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RCMP In Manitoba Seek Answers in Amber McFarland Death

RCMP MB Missing Amber McFarland
Portage la Prairie – On October 17, 2008, Amber McFarland of Portage la Prairie, Manitoba was a 24-year-old woman...

Staying safe from climate risks makes financial sense, says new commission

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“Knowledge is still not being put into practice quickly enough, and knowledge is not shared” By Laurie Goering LONDON...

Roll Out of Legal Cannabis A Positive Sign of Potential Economic ‘Reconciliation’ for First Nation Producers and Retailers

Isadore Day, Founder and Chief Executive Offices of Bimaadzwin Inc
TORONTO – After just one day of legalized cannabis rolling out across the country, Canada’s new green economy has...

ALBERTA – Boosting Entrepreneurship by Investing in our own backyard

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EDMONTON – BUSINESS – The Community Economic Development Corporation (CEDC) tax credit program will offer a 30 per cent...

Thunder Bay Hydro – Postal Strike Update

Canada Post is changing business model to adapt to digital age
Thunder Bay, ON – The Canadian Union of Postal Workers has given notice that rotating strikes will begin Monday...

Antici….pation is high for The Rocky Horror Show

THUNDER BAY – ENTERTAINMENT – This fall, Magnus Theatre presents one of the biggest, most groundbreaking, and over the...

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The power of information can help or hamper many people in today's world
LONDON – TECH – Purchasers and perusers alike pine for data while they are inquiring about an item, benefit or...

Candidate’s Ledger – Chris Krumpholz – Councillor At Large

Working to unify Thunder Bay would help build the city stronger
THUNDER BAY – Tic, Toc, the clock is ticking towards the end of another municipal election. Since filing of...

Lakehead University Women’s Basketball Commits Megan Looney for next year’s season

Lakehead University Women's Basketball Commits Megan Looney for next years season
THUNDER BAY – SPORTS – A 6’0 forward, Megan (Buckeye, AZ) attended Apache Junction High school and played for...

OPINION – Now that cannabis is legal, let’s use it to tackle the opioid crisis

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A employee holds pre-rolled joints at Buddha Barn Craft Cannabis in Vancouver, Oct. 2, 2018. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jonathan Hayward...

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POLICE INVESTIGATE DEATH IN SHOAL LAKE FIRST NATION

SHOAL LAKE = On April 30, 2011, the Treaty Three Police Service requested the assistance of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) concerning a fatal single motor vehicle collision involving a pedestrian on Shoal Lake 40 First Nations Territory. The investigation was completed and it was determined based on the evidence review at the time, there was

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Left to right: Mike Garnett (Bay Street Labs), Paul Vallée (Pythian), Floyd Marinescu (InfoQ & QCon), Audrey Mascarenhas (Questor) and Chris Ford (Capco) of "CEOs for Basic Income" at Queen's Park today. (Photo credit: Moses Leal at FEATHERSTONE photo & imaging

CEOs Bring Case for Basic Income to Queen’s Park

TORONTO – NEWS – Accounting for 1.4 billion dollars in combined annual corporate revenues, these CEOs represent a new voice in the growing chorus of communities, activists, and academics calling for the program’s preservation. Long understood as a pro-growth, pro-free-market solution to poverty eradication, Universal Basic Income (UBI) also has the capacity to unlock the potential of

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Isadore Day, Founder and Chief Executive Offices of Bimaadzwin Inc

Roll Out of Legal Cannabis A Positive Sign of Potential Economic ‘Reconciliation’ for First Nation Producers and Retailers

TORONTO – After just one day of legalized cannabis rolling out across the country, Canada’s new green economy has sparked a huge appetite in the hundreds of thousands of consumers who lined up at storefronts and clicked away online. In fact, the overwhelming demand has already resulted in shortages of certain products. “The media has

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