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Statement from the Transportation Safety Board of Canada chair on the release of new air fatigue regulations

Statement from the Transportation Safety Board of Canada chair on the release of new air fatigue regulations
GATINEAU – Today, the Minister of Transport announced new fatigue regulations to improve air travel safety for passengers and flight crews. The Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB) is pleased to see that the Minister is taking action to address this key safety issue. Since the early 1990s, the TSB has identified fatigue as a contributing factor or a risk in at least 34... Read More

Kimberly-Clark Announces Voluntary Recall of U by Kotex® Sleek® Tampons, Regular Absorbency, Throughout U.S. and Canada

Kimberly-Clark Announces Voluntary Recall of U by Kotex® Sleek® Tampons, Regular Absorbency, Throughout U.S. and Canada
MISSISSAUGA — Kimberly-Clark announced a voluntary product recall of its U by Kotex®Sleek® Tampons, Regular Absorbency, sold throughout the United States and Canada for a quality-related defect that could impact the performance of this product. The recall is limited to specific lots of U by Kotex® Sleek® Tampons, Regular Absorbency, that were manufactured between October 7, 2016 and October 16, 2018 and distributed between October 17, 2016 and October 23, 2018. Consumers can identify this... Read More

Canada’s Aviation Fatigue Rules Less Safe than US

Canada’s Aviation Fatigue Rules Less Safe than US
New Fatigue Rules Brought in by Minister Garneau Too Risky for Overseas Flights at Night TORONTO – The Air Canada Pilots Association, the largest single pilot group in Canada – representing more than 4,000 professional pilots across Canada who fly the vast majority of Canadian overseas flights, is gravely disappointed that Minister Garneau and the federal government are moving forward with substandard fatigue rules. “To... Read More

VIA betrays Canadians by sending hundreds of good jobs to California

VIA betrays Canadians by sending hundreds of good jobs to California
MONTREAL – As Unifor members were protesting in seven Canadian cities, VIA Rail Canada awarded a $989-million contract to a German company that will build trains for Canada’s passenger rail service. “This is a betrayal of Canadian workers and taxpayers who fund VIA Rail and who expect this crown corporation to show some loyalty by creating jobs here to build our economy,” said Jerry Dias, Unifor’s... Read More

Ontario’s Government for the People Cutting Red Tape to Make Ontario a Top Destination for Global Investments

Ontario’s Government for the People Cutting Red Tape to Make Ontario a Top Destination for Global Investments
Premier Ford Discusses Open for Business Agenda at Toronto Global Forum TORONTO — Ontario’s Government for the People is cutting red tape to make it easier for international companies to invest, do business and create jobs in the province. Today, Premier Doug Ford spoke at the 2018 Toronto Global Forum, an event organized by the International Economic Forum of the... Read More

Smart holiday hacks

Smart holiday hacks
NC –  The holidays should be a happy time, but between family get-togethers, grocery shopping and decorating, it’s sometimes hard to find enough time to get everything done. Fortunately, you can use the wifi-enabled iHome Smart Plugs available at the Home Depot Canada to make the holiday season a little easier. Pre-holiday prep. When getting your home ready for the holidays,... Read More

OPP / CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES ANGEL TREE YEAR 33 HUGE SUCESS

OPP / CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES ANGEL TREE YEAR 33 HUGE SUCESS
LANARK COUNTY – Once again the program was a success! The Lanark County Family and Children Services and Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Angel Tree Program is at year 33 and our community came through once again as they have every year with close to 580 children receiving presents through the program! The Lanark County Family and Children Services and the Lanark... Read More

Classic Theatre Festival Takes Home Two Capital Theatre Awards

Classic Theatre Festival Takes Home Two Capital Theatre Awards
PERTH – When members of the national capital region’s theatre scene gathered at the National Arts Centre on December 3, the Classic Theatre Festival was honoured with two Capital Theatre Awards, capping off its 9th successful summer season in heritage Perth. The 20th annual awards ceremony, organized by some of Canada’s top theatre reviewers, presented Toronto-based performer Catherine McNally with a Best Actress... Read More