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McDonald's suspends use of temporary foreign workers amid audit - CTV News

CTV News

McDonald's suspends use of temporary foreign workers amid audit
CTV News
VICTORIA -- McDonald's Canada says temporary foreign workers are a necessary ingredient in the fast-food chain's business model, but until the company satisfies itself and Canadians it doesn't abuse the federal jobs initiative, its use of the program is on ...
Hold the onions, and foreign workers: McDonald's halts programThe Globe and Mail
McDonald's Canada freezes use of foreign worker planReuters Canada
Kenney reiterates vow to get tough on temporary foreign worker abusersLethbridge Herald
Regina Leader-Post
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Counting down to cabinet announcement - Montreal Gazette

Montreal Gazette

Counting down to cabinet announcement
Montreal Gazette
QUEBEC ? Philippe Couillard met privately with Lieutenant-Governor Pierre Duchesne Wednesday and agreed to Duchesne's request that Couillard, whose Quebec Liberals won the April 7 election, will head the new Quebec government
Couillard and his ...

Couillard becomes Quebec premier and warns of tough economic decisions580 CFRA Radio
5 at 5: Philippe Couillard sworn in as Quebec premierMacleans.ca
New faces emerge as Couillard names cabinetCTV News
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Vancouver homeless count a 'frustrating setback' for Mayor Gregor Robertson - The Province

The Province

Vancouver homeless count a 'frustrating setback' for Mayor Gregor Robertson
The Province
Metro Vancouver's 2014 Homeless Count shows a five-per-cent increase in the number of homeless people and a 48-per-cent spike in Aboriginal homelessness ? what Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson calls a ?frustrating setback.? Robertson has pledged ...
Robertson calls five per cent rise in Vancouver homeless 'frustrating'The Globe and Mail
Numbers on Langley homelessness releasedLangley AdvanceNews
Metro Vancouver's homelessness numbers up five percent over three yearsGlobalnews.ca
Vancouver Sun -MetroNews Canada
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Canada will send up to 500 observers to Ukraine election next month: Harper - Vancouver Sun

Vancouver Sun

Canada will send up to 500 observers to Ukraine election next month: Harper
Vancouver Sun
OTTAWA - Canada will send up to 500 people to monitor Ukraine's presidential election next month, Prime Minister Stephen Harper said Wednesday
The Canadian delegation is to include up to 338 people in an election observation mission
"Canada is a ...

Russia expels Canadian diplomat in delayed tit-for-tat retaliationWinnipeg Free Press
Canada sending observer mission to UkraineToronto Sun

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Ottawa to propose risk-sharing pension scheme - Toronto Star

Financial Post

Ottawa to propose risk-sharing pension scheme
Toronto Star
OTTAWA?The federal government is planning more pension plan changes, this time affecting Crown corporations and federally regulated firms
Read more
Canadians heading for a retirement income crisis
Sources say the government will announce ...

Expanded CPP essential to boost Canadians' inadequate savings, report findsThe Globe and Mail
Charles Sousa is very displeased with the federal ToriesOttawa Citizen (blog)
New research paper warns CPP won't be enoughCTV News Barrie

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Psychiatrist Aubrey Levin exhausts all appeals, must begin serving sentence for ..
- Calgary Herald

Montreal Gazette

Psychiatrist Aubrey Levin exhausts all appeals, must begin serving sentence for ...
Calgary Herald
Former forensic psychiatrist Aubrey Levin must turn himself in by 10 a.m
on Friday to begin serving a five-year prison sentence for sexually molesting three of his male patients between 2008 and 2010, the province's top court has ruled
Levin, 74, had been ...

Calgary psychiatrist to serve sexual assault sentenceCTV News
Convicted court psychiatrist Aubrey Levin's appeal deniedCBC.ca
Calgary psychiatrist guilty of sex assault loses appeal, must turn himself inTimes Colonist

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One person airlifted to hospital after Milton collision - Toronto Star

One person airlifted to hospital after Milton collision
Toronto Star
One person was airlifted to hospital with serious injuries Wednesday afternoon after a school bus and a vehicle collided in Milton
Halton police got the call at 3 p.m
that a school bus and a car collided near Guelph Line and 12th Side Rd
As a result, Guelph ...


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Report measures best Canadian cities for women - CBC.ca

CBC.ca

Report measures best Canadian cities for women
CBC.ca
A new study ranks the best places to live in Canada for women, with the country's largest city coming in at number six
Topping the list as the best place among the 20 cities ranked is Quebec City, followed by Saskatoon
Toronto ranks highest in Ontario, with ...

Saskatoon a good place to be a woman: ReportNews Talk 980 CJME
Vancouver ranks 13th as best place for women to live: StudyNews1130
Where is the best and worst place to be a woman in Canada?CTV News
Toronto Sun -DigitalJournal.com
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Ontario hydro bills to rise despite end of Debt Retirement Charge - Toronto Sun

Toronto Sun

Ontario hydro bills to rise despite end of Debt Retirement Charge
Toronto Sun
Bob Chiarelli Energy Minister Bob Chiarelli
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Gas price may hit all-time high in Nova Scotia this week - CBC.ca

CBC.ca

Gas price may hit all-time high in Nova Scotia this week
CBC.ca
Nova Scotia may be headed for an all-time high in the price of gas this week as drivers across the country deal with major gasoline price jumps
Regular unleaded gas in the Halifax area is selling for 143.3 cents per litre, while the price in Cape Breton is ...

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