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“We had expected the Eglinton Crosstown LRT to be fully built, thoroughly tested, and in service this fall in accordance with our project agreement with Crosslinx Transit Solutions, the construction consortium responsible for building the project,” ...
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Apple's own 5G chip likely won't be ready for the iPhone 15, and this may may be due to a legal problem between Apple and Qualcomm.
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Metrolinx says some train trips may need to be canceled this week because of staff illnesses. That includes stops at the Stratford and St.Marys train stations. Company officials say you should follow social media ...
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In its place, government will make two adjustments to the base wage that better reflect the real-time inflationary pressures workers are now facing. The hourly rate for Oct. 1 was originally set to rise to $12.35, based on last year's rate of inflation.
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Stelter has written a book, “Hoax: Donald Trump, Fox News and the Dangerous Distortion of Truth” and been critical of Fox News, making him a frequent target of CNN's conservative critics. Licht ...
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Nechako Lakes MLA John Rustad will now stand as an Independent in the BC Legislature. The longtime representative was booted out of the BC Liberal caucus today (Thursday) by party leader Kevin Falcon after a social media post related to climate change ...
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At about 8:20 a.m., police were called to Everwoods Crt. S.W. where they found two gunshot victims in a car parked in a driveway.
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Nechako Lakes MLA John Rustad is not backing down from his views on climate change despite being ousted Thursday from the BC Liberal caucus. In an interview following the decision Rustad said he has no ill feelings towards party leader Kevin Falcon for ...
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Carey Price, gardien de but du Canadien de Montréal, pourrait potentiellement rater l'ensemble de la prochaine saison. Le directeur général du Canadien, Kent Hughes, a affirmé que le portier allait rater au moins le début de la prochaine campagne.
Read more at Le Devoir