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Beer at the grocery stores

Suds at the supermarkets

April 16, 2015 | 0 Comments

Premier Kathleen Wynne called it the “biggest shake up” to the sale of beer in the history of the province Thursday when she confirmed the plan to sell the suds in grocery stores....

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Nutella coming to a Tim Hortons near you

April 10, 2015 | 0 Comments

Starting on April 15, menu items such as Chocolate Hazelnut Donut, pastry pockets and bagels infused with Nutella will be added next to the Tim Horton's classics....

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TDSB to lock doors for school safety

April 9, 2015 | 0 Comments

The Toronto District School Board (TDSB) released a school safety report on Wednesday that includes 41 recommendations to help make schools safer. ...

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By Tiara Samosir If you’re asked to perform a duty that is against your belief, shouldn’t you have the right to reject without getting fired or disciplined? That is what the Canadian Union of Postal...

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Spring kicks off with a rare astronomical trifecta: The Solar Eclipse, Supermoon and Spring Equinox make an appearance on the same day....

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By Tiara Samosir Ontario is raising its general minimum wage rate to $11.25 an hour starting on Oct. 1. Ontario’s Ministry of Labour said in the release that increasing the minimum wage is a part...

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Beer and wine at the grocery store?

March 14, 2015 | 0 Comments

The Ontario government is considering allowing the sale of beer and wine at large supermarkets across Ontario....

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By Tiara Samosir Harrison Ford escaped major injuries in a plane crash Thursday, when he was unable to make an emergency landing after engine failure. Ford, 72, was reported to have undergone surgery for a broken ankle...

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Marked annually on March 8 which is Sunday this year, it's a day to celebrate and reflect on the progress women have made....

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By Tiara Samosir A coin-operated public telephone might seem outdated in the smartphone era we are living in, but turns out Canadians aren’t ready to hang up on payphones just yet. The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunication...

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