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The Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) issued a 72-hour strike notice on Thursday as negotiations with Canada Post representatives continue, meaning mail delivery disruptions are possible starting Monday, August 26.
The move comes after the union says Canada Post refused a proposed 24-hour extension of the union’s strike mandate, which was set to expire Thursday after a 60-day period. “Yesterday, the government proposed that the parties agree to a 24-hour extension of our strike mandate.
The CUPW National Executive Board agreed to this proposal but Canada Post refused it,” wrote CUPW chief negotiators George Floresco and Sylvain Lapointe in a bulletin posted to members of the union’s website on Wednesday.
Coming to Port Credit, September 2016: expanded on-street metered parking in the commercial district of Port Credit.The planned parking changes will include:
To: Kathleen Wynne
From: Kevin O'Leary
Re: New Cap and Trade Slush Fund
Hi Premier, just saw you are setting up a new $1.9 billion cap and trade fund that you and Finance Minister Charles Sousa will be overseeing. Congratulations, you two are now managing the largest hedge fund in Ontario's history!
I'm just as optimistic as you are. But I recently made a promise to every taxpayer in Canada that I would call out mediocrity, incompetence and risk in government economic and fiscal policy, so I feel the need to verify a few things:
How often have you gone to a sandwich place or even a fancy restaurant and walked out the door hungry? It is an experience shared by far too many of you and it does nothing to make you want to come back, does it?
When I leave a restaurant hungry it is all but I guarantee I’ll write about it here but it’s an absolute 100% guarantee that I am not going to spend a dime of my dough there again.
For the last 21 years I have been going back to the same sandwich place because I always leave full, and happy! The place that has filled me up for 2 decades? San Francesco’s Foods and you’ll find them on the Southeast side of 403 and Winston Churchill.
Brewing a great cup of coffee depends on a number of things such as the quality of the coffee bean, the quality of the water being used, the type of brewing being done, and the grind of the coffee. Now quality of bean and water is something you can easily take care.
Having your website rank at the top of the search engines will provide you with a stream of traffic ready to read, buy or interact with your site. Getting this high first page ranking in the main search engines such as Google, Yahoo and MSN is extremely difficult and not to mention, time consuming.
What is the usual smell that your car has? For most cars the usual smell would be the scent of leather or of the materials used. This usually goes for those newly purchased cars. On the other hand, there are also distinct smells that emanate from your car as it goes through time and use. However, as the owner or driver, you would know that these are the usual odors and that would not be something to get alarmed about.
A crash between a motorcycle has one dead and another taken to hospital in Brampton. Peel Regional Police reported the crash occurred just before 4 p.m. Close to Highway 50 and Ebenezer Road. The motorcyclist, a 36-year-old Bolton man, was pronounced dead at the scene.
Peel Region is full of problems for those on fixed incomes. Monica Ferguson’s spends a significant portion of her disability pension was spent on disinfectant and bleach to clean the dirty toilet water leaking into her kitchen from the upstairs bathroom in her affordable housing unit.
Like so many who turn to social housing for shelter, life hasn’t been easy for the 51-year-old who said she has been diagnosed as bipolar. In the past, she was a mother in an abusive relationship.
You probably know the myth of innovation as a sudden flash of insight that comes from nowhere. We read about that "aha" moment, or that light bulb turning on in the mind of some inventor or innovator, and this is true to an extent. Einstein really did get flashes of insight while shaving in the morning. However, he was of course working on the particular problems he had insight into, and he didn't suddenly have ideas for new kitchen gadgets or movie plots.
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