The first female mayor of New Orleans wants to make her mark

French legacy, 300 years of history, traffic problems: New Orleans is not the size of Montreal, but it has much in common with the Quebec metropolis, including the election of its first female mayor. The metropolis of Louisiana celebrates its tercentenary this year. While Montreal elected for the first time a woman at its head… Continue reading The first female mayor of New Orleans wants to make her mark

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Sears Retirees Demand $3 Billion Dividend Review

On Thrusday, Sears Canada retirees asked the Ontario Superior Court to appoint a judicial trustee to review dividends paid to shareholders between 2005 and 2013. However, the process may be long and uncertain, says a Professor of Law, in particular because there is no provincial standard of accountability for corporate accountability. The parties have entered… Continue reading Sears Retirees Demand $3 Billion Dividend Review

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New Engine Production Could Create 500 Jobs at Windsor Ford Plant

Ford executives on Wednesday confirmed new details on the “state-of-the-art” truck engine that will be manufactured at the Windsor plant. Unifor Local 200 Vice President Tim Little said Ford’s Windsor plant is ready to be re-equipped for the new 7X engine. Unifor is working with Ford on staffing, Little said. “It means that our fired… Continue reading New Engine Production Could Create 500 Jobs at Windsor Ford Plant

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Air Canada flight forced to turn back due to turbulence

An Air Canada plane en route to San Jose, Costa Rica returned to Toronto early Thursday, because there was a lot of turbulence. Emergency services in the Peel area confirm that they received a call from Pearson Airport shortly before 7:00 pm and sent vehicles on site. According to Air Canada spokeswoman Isabelle Arthur, two… Continue reading Air Canada flight forced to turn back due to turbulence

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