Union flags cabin crew staffing in wake of Alps crash
Transport Canada has granted exemptions to staffing ratios to various airlines including Air Canada, WestJet Airlines and Air Transat to permit one...
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Union flags cabin crew staffing in wake of Alps crash

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Transport Canada exemptions mean only one flight attendant available, if one in cockpit, on some...

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Future Shop stores closing, 1,500 jobs lost

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Future Shop closing all stores in Canada; 1,500 jobs lost

Future Shop closing all stores in Canada; 1,500 jobs lost

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Mar 24, 2015

Ice and cold delay opening of St. Lawrence Seaway

As winter-like weather continues to hover, the St. Lawrence Seaway has delayed its annual opening by almost a week.

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Noront Resources buys Ring of Fire claims for $20 million (U.S.)

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Joe Fresh departure planned long ago: Mimran

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Fixing a faux-pas: How fashion brands deal with controversy

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Taylor Swift, Microsoft among those buying up .porn suffixes

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Target Canada schedules more stores for closure

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