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Sears Canada Closes Final Stores Sunday

Sears Canada says its remaining stores will close their doors for good today. T… HuffPost Canada – Athena2 – All Posts PLEASE CLICK ON PUBLISHER AT END OF TEXT TO READ THE COMPLETE ARTICLE

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Canadian Media Outlets Say They Can Handle Facebook's Newsfeed Changes

Some members of Canada’s media industry say they expect to be able to weather the potential setback created by the latest change to Facebook’s content sharing priorities. The social network recently announced that user feeds will now feature less news and other public content and more of the personal photos and status updates that first fu… HuffPost Canada – Athena2 ...

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Eastern Canada Isn't Ready For Strong Earthquakes: Study

MONTREAL — While people in British Columbia are mindful of the fact they could eventually face some of the strongest earthquakes in the world, at least one study warns there’s a lack of awareness of the risk in Eastern Canada. One report released last summer predicts Montrealers could suffer $ 45 billion in ec… HuffPost Canada – Athena2 – All ...

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The U.S. Border Feels Like Hostile Territory To Canadians Like Me

I feel like I’ve lived my life with one foot in the U.S. and the other in Canada — that’s how central the world’s longest unprotected border has been to my family’s story. When I was growing up in the 1990s and early 2000s, my family lived in a suburb of Detroit. This meant traversing the Ambassador Bridge to… HuffPost ...

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Tim Hortons Franchisees Want More Price Hikes: Source

Tim Hortons franchisees knew price increases on some menu items were coming, but the slight bump on breakfast menus the company confirmed Friday falls short of the 10 per cent across-the-menu hike those grappling with Ontario’s minimum wage hike feel they need, according to a franchisee association source. “Som… HuffPost Canada – Athena2 – All Posts PLEASE CLICK ON PUBLISHER ...

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Judge Approves $90 Million Settlement For Flooded Manitoba First Nations

WINNIPEG — A judge has approved a $ 90-million payout to residents of four Manitoba Indigenous communities that were flooded out almost seven years ago. The settlement resolves a class-action lawsuit filed by members of the Lake St Martin, Dauphin River, Little Saskatchewan and Pinaymootang First Nations. PLEASE CLICK ON PUBLISHER AT END OF TEXT TO READ THE COMPLETE ARTICLE

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Chloe And Aubrey Berry: Over 1,000 Gather To Mourn B.C. Sisters Found Dead On Christmas

VICTORIA — The deaths of two sisters at Christmas have left many people confused, vulnerable and grasping for answers about why their young lives were cut short, a funeral service heard Friday. More than 1,000 mourners attended the service at Christ Church Cathedral in Victoria for six-year old Chloe Berry and her four-year-old sister Au… HuffPost Canada – Athena2 – ...

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Torontonian Found Guilty Of Assaulting Homeless Man, Taking His Baby

TORONTO — For decades, a Toronto man took advantage of a man with limited intelligence, treating him like a servant, taking his disability cheques and eventually stealing his baby in order to raise the child as his own, an Ontario judge has found. Ontario Superior Court Justice John McMahon found Gary Willett… HuffPost Canada – Athena2 – All Posts PLEASE ...

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