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Tech sector struggling with gender diversity says key is to involve girls
Tech companies - whether they be established firms with thousands of employees or five-person startups only months in the making - have long been criticized for their lack of female employees, especially in management and engineering roles.
Tech sector still struggling with gender diversity  StarPhoenix
Tech sector still struggles with gender diversity  Regina Leader-Post   Related articles »  
Ikea ordered to pay damages to union
METRO VANCOUVER - Ikea bargained in bad faith and committed �unfair labour practices� when it tried to hire picketing workers to a higher non-union wage through a website job posting, according to a Labour Relations Board ruling.
Labour Relations Board raps Richmond IKEA  Am730 Vancouver Traffic News
IKEA rapped for offering locked-out BC employees incentives to cross picket  Courier Islander
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Turkey, citing ceasefire, lifts flight ban to Israel's Ben Gurion airport
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey lifted a ban on flights to Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion airport after a ceasefire was agreed between Israelis and Palestinians, the state's SHGM aviation authority said on Saturday.
Turkey, citing cease-fire, lifts Israel flight ban  Jerusalem Post
Rocket warnings send passengers to bomb shelters as US flights to Israel resume  Toronto Star
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Air Algerie aftermath: Travel a leap of faith for passengers and some tips
The world has just seen an Air Algerie jetliner carrying 116 people having crashed on Thursday in a rainstorm over restive Mali, and its wreckage was found near the border of neighboring Burkina Faso - the third major international aviation disaster in a week.
Fliers unfazed by horror year in the skies  Sydney Morning Herald
How Israel Persuaded Airlines the Tel Aviv Airport Is Safe  Businessweek
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BC cab drivers to charge $75 puke fee (with video)
METRO VANCOUVER - If you are feeling queasy in a taxicab, you might want to ask the driver to pull over so you can get out before you barf.
Taxi 'vomit fee' introduced in British Columbia  CTV News
Heaving, hurling taxi patrons will now be charged a $75 cleanup fine  The Province
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Nalcor undeterred by Quebec court loss
Taxpayers are on the hook for $4 million in legal costs for a Quebec court challenge, and that number could keep climbing. Nalcor CEO Ed Martin spoke to reporters Friday morning at Hydro Place in St. John's.
Newfoundland and Labrador to appeal Quebec ruling on Churchill Falls deal  CTV News
NL loses Upper Churchill bid in Quebec court
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TransForce Inc to focus on paying down debt after Contrans deal
After an acquisition spree that has seen TransForce Inc. spend nearly $1-billion on deals since the end of last year, CEO Alain B�dard says it's now time to focus on paying down debt.
TransForce to create 'dominant' trucking company with $495 million ...  Toronto Star
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Enmax workers in downtown Calgary discover historical artifacts during ...
When crews began upgrading a downtown Enmax substation, they had little inkling they were working on the railroad. While a digging a shallow, gravel-strewn trench, workers last week came across a trove of rusted metal tools dating back to the 19th and ...
Historical railway artifacts unearthed by Enmax workers
Railroad artifacts unearthed in Calgary after a century underground  Calgary Herald
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New BC alcohol minimum pricing means cheaper beer and cider pitchers, pricier ...
After the outcry over "unhappy hours" and new minimum pricing leading to some bars raising prices for beer, the B.C. government has revised its minimum before-tax pricing rules.
BC lowers happy hour prices for pitchers of beer  CTV News
B.C.'s minimum happy-hour price reduced for jugs of beer � but not for ...  The Province
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Toronto stock market advances, up for week amid strong earnings reports
TORONTO (CP) - Gold stocks and financials helped give the Toronto stock market a lift Friday amid a rebound for U.S. durable goods orders and gold prices.
CANADA STOCKS-Gold miners, banks push TSX to record close  Reuters
TSX closes at fresh record while Wall Street slumps on Amazon, Visa earnings  The Province
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