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Cameco workers protest following rejected offer
Cameco workers picketed outside the uranium giant's head office in Saskatoon today. The labour dispute has led to temporary shut downs at two of the company's facilities.
Labour dispute stops work at two Saskatchewan Cameco sites  MetroNews Canada
Strike-lockout interrupts production at two Saskatchewan uranium facilities  News1130
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DAD's Bagels closing shop in NDG
MONTREAL - D.A.D.'s Bagels is closing its doors for good Sunday. The family-run Notre-Dame-de-Gr�ce bakery's 20-year lease expires in September and the building's owner decided not to renew it - opting instead to allow a neighbouring Dollorama to ...
DAD's Bagels shuts its doors in NDG for Dollarama expansion  CTV News
Landlord casts out DAD's Bagels in favour of Dollarama expansion ...  CBC.ca
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VIA Rail service resumes following fatal collision on tracks east of Ottawa
VIA Rail service has resumed along the Montreal-Ottawa-Toronto corridor, after delays Sunday evening due to a fatal collision. A spokesperson for VIA Rail says a trespasser on the tracks was struck and killed around 6:00 p.m.
VIA Rail passengers re-routed after pedestrian struck on tracks  CTV News
Via Rail passengers re-routed by bus after fatal collision on tracks  Ottawa Citizen
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Inflation data detached from the real world
Recently, I pulled into a parking lot in downtown Toronto. Not long ago, it cost ten dollars, flat rate, on Saturday nights. Now it's fifteen.
A Brief History Of Modern Inflation  The Metropolitain
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CRTC requires broadcasting industry to relay emergency alert messages to ...
OTTAWA and GATINEAU, QC, Aug. 29, 2014 /CNW Telbec/ - The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) today acted to ensure that, in the event of an emergency situation, Canadians receive timely warnings over the radio ...
Battle Won, War Rages On: CRTC Tells Telcos to Stop Charging for Paper Bills  Techvibes (blog)
Relief for consumers  Toronto Star
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A Labour Day reality check
Related Stories. Public sector pay, perks drowning Ontario in debt · We can't afford hydro's gold-plated pensions​ · Taxed to death · Electricity sector pensions too rich: Report · Public can't afford public-sector pensions · Wynne, Quebec premier talk pension ...
Unions in Canada face hard times but they're pushing back: Editorial  Toronto Star
Labour movement redefining role as face of Canada's workforce changes  Bridge River Lillooet News
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Toronto's new streetcars hit the streets
They're here. Some of the shiny new streetcars that will be taking TTC passengers across the city for years to come have finally hit the streets of Toronto.
The top live theatre shows in Toronto September 2014  blogTO (blog)
New streetcars roll out on Spadina  Toronto Sun
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�Boom, Bust, Boom� and the Mount Polley paradox
book cover of Boom, Bust, Boom � I had cracked open Bill Carter's book, Boom, Bust, Boom: A Story About Copper, the Metal that Runs the World, a few days before last month's Mount Polley tragedy.
Mine Disaster: Who Will Investigate Gov't Failings?  TheTyee.ca
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Cycling and recycling
Dry means Ultramar's trash bin has no refundable recyclables to add to the mounting collection in the custom-built wagon he tows behind his bike.
A Week That Changed Our World: Cycling and recycling  Shelburne County Coastguard
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Japan shifts more investment to ASEAN
Don't be surprised if the next time you buy a Japanese product, you discover that instead of "made in China", the label says "made in Thailand" or "made in Indonesia".
Asia-Pacific: Pivot toward Southeast Asia has potential, but also pitfalls  Vancouver Sun
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