After six months of searching and 18 failed offers, Kate Stoodley and her husband Neil have finally purchased their first home. "Roller-coaster of emotion is what it was," she told CBC News.
Earls, the restaurant chain that announced last week that its move to Certified Humane meat meant it would no longer source beef from Canadian farmers, has reversed its position, calling the original decision “a mistake.
Four electric vehicle charging stations will be installed in the Town of Essex this summer. A $252,820 grant awarded through the Electric Vehicle Chargers Ontario Program will help pay for the cost of the installation.
Oil tumbled to below $44 a barrel ahead of U.S. government data forecast to show nationwide crude supplies rose last week. Futures fell 2.5 percent in New York, declining for a third day after reaching a five-month high.
When Stephen Quinn interviews guests on On The Coast, they usually come to his home turf: the CBC Vancouver studio. But recently, Quinn interviewed TransLink's new CEO Kevin Desmond on his home turf: the 99 B-Line bus during the morning rush.