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7 reasons to dread your child’s return from university this summer

7 reasons to dread your child’s return from university this summer

      1. Your wallet is suddenly emptier than usual.       2. High school was...

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Health Canada issues “stronger, clearer” warnings about suicide risks linked to ADHD drugs

Health Canada has released new, stronger warnings around the use of popular ADHD medications like Adderall after recent reports of suicides and suicidal behaviour associated with the drugs.

Health Canada issues “stronger, clearer” warnings about suicide risks linked to ADHD drugs

Regulator says “there is little evidence to establish that these drugs cause suicidal thoughts and behaviours, but it is possible they may...

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Labour arbitrator quits association rather than respond to complaint

Ajay Misrain in his home in Woodbridge. He was fired from his job as a budget analyst with the City of Toronto in 2009. A labour arbitrator took almost three years to write up reasons for a decision in his case, but then she resigned without delivering those reasons. Misra says he is out more than five years of back pay and cannot launch a judicial review of her decision until she issues her written reasons.

Labour arbitrator quits association rather than respond to complaint

Maureen Saltman resigned from the OLMAA, where she faced a complaint over a 32-month delay in writing reasons for an arbitration dispute

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Walmart Canada says no more free shipping for most orders under $50

Walmart Canada will now require online shoppers to pay a fee on shipments under $50, with certain exceptions.

Walmart Canada says no more free shipping for most orders under $50

Amazon testing its drone delivery system in British Columbia

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Ontario will introduce legislation to tackle privacy violations of health records

Health Minister Eric Hoskins says the Ontario government will soon table legislation to clamp down on privacy breaches of medical records.

Ontario will introduce legislation to tackle privacy violations of health records

The Ontario government will soon table legislation to clamp down on privacy breaches like alleged violation of former mayor Rob Ford’s...

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GM plants support 33,000 jobs, union says

A Camaro gets a smudge buffed out as it rolls through the final inspection line Camaros are built on the assembly line at the GM Oshawa Assembly Plant in Oshawa. Production of the Camaro is scheduled to move to a plant in Lansing, Mich., later this year, at a cost of 1,000 assembly line jobs.

GM plants support 33,000 jobs, union says

Ontario would lose up to 33,000 jobs if GM plants in Oshawa close, study for union predicts

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City of Windsor 2015 Easter weekend holiday hours

City of Windsor 2015 Easter weekend holiday hours

City of Windsor 2015 Easter weekend holiday hours

The City of Windsor is advising the public of the 2015 Good Friday and Easter Monday holiday hours and closures.

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Metro store #147 Ontario Retailer Awards

Metro store #147 produce manager Bill Barchan, left, and store manager Paul LeVear hold their Foodland Ontario Retailer Awards inside the Wyandotte Street East location March 30, 2015.

Local food promotion brings awards for Windsor grocer

An east end Windsor Metro grocery store has been recognized by the Ontario government for its retailing of local products.

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