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March 27, 2018
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Black janitors fired days after revealing human rights complaint: union

Dozens of people rallied outside a downtown Halifax office building Monday in support of a group of black janitors who were fired from their jobs after they revealed plans to file a human rights complaint based on allegations of racial discrimination.


CFL players set to present united front in upcoming bargaining with league

CFL players will be foes on the football field this season but off of it they plan to fight together for a better future.


Winnipeg city councillor in treatment for alcohol and drug abuse: paper

A long-standing member of Winnipeg city council who mysteriously disappeared from city hall in January has revealed he's in rehab for alcoholism and drug abuse.
 
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Man dead in farming accident in southwestern Ontario: police

Provincial police say a 78-year-old man is dead after a farming accident in a rural part of southwestern Ontario. » Read More

B.C. bride’s online malice against photographer ends with order to pay $115,000

A British Columbia bride has been ordered to pay more than $100,000 to a wedding photographer for unleashing an online torrent of defamatory comments that eventually destroyed the business. » Read More
 
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Welcome Wayne Gacek to the SHOWA Team

Mr. Terry Smith, National Sales Manager of SHOWA Canada, is pleased to announce the recent appointment of Mr. Wayne Gacek as Manitoba/Saskatchewan Territory Manager. » Read More