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Home health care workers may be on strike as early as Friday
Ontario Nurses Association president Linda Haslam-Stroud is urging 3,500 Community Care Access Centre health care professionals to vote for strike...
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Home health care workers may be on strike as early as Friday

Katrina Clarke

The Ontario Nurses' Association is encouraging its CCAC members to reject their employer's offer....

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Second bird flu case confirmed in B.C.

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Justice by Facebook: Lawyers online free Sarnia man from unduly harsh ‘mandatory’ sentence

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14-year prison sentence for death at sea

Judges delivers 14-year prison sentence in Cape Breton lobster slaying

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Tories’ public safety bill will expand anti-terror powers

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Stephen Harper will unveil Friday details of an omnibus public safety bill to bring in new anti-terror powers, including...

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Exclusive video shows confrontation with Mac’s robbery suspect

A Mac's Convenience store clerk is shown pummeling man in surveillance video posted online.

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Tim Hortons cuts 350 staff at headquarters, regional offices

A spokeswoman for the company said affected employees have been notified and the layoffs are within commitments made to...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Lisa Wright
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Weaker loonie puts pressure on trips to sun spots

Falling oil prices are helping offset weaker Canadian currency, but tour operators warn sun packages could still face a new...

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Hershey buys jerky maker Krave

The historic chocolate giant makes first foray beyond sweets with takeover of jerky maker Krave, reflecting rising popularity...

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