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Parks Canada, Royal Ontario Museum Announce ‘Franklin Expedition’ Exhibition

Parks Canada and the Royal Ontario Museum have announced to have partnered to present a special exhibition about the Franklin Expedition and the discovery of the lost ship HMS Erebus. The centrepiece of the exhibit will be a 3D-printed replica of the ship's bell.

While making the

Wildrose Party Discards Danielle Smith’s ‘Reunification Proposal’

Alberta’s Wildrose party has totally rejected the former leader Danielle Smith’s “reunification proposal” and announced to initiate a new leadership selection process in early 2015. Consequently, President David Yager has decided to resign from his and work as vice-president of

Radio Stations Apologize for Asking Inappropriate Question Regarding Trudeau

Two Vancouver radio stations have publicly apologized and a show has been cancelled until the new year after a host, Jeff O'Neill, questioned guests during a simulcast whether Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau would "F, marry or kill" given the choice between three prominent women in Canadian politics.

Couche-Tard to Buy U.S. Chain, The Pantry Inc., for $860-M

Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc. has announced a deal worth almost $860-million (U.S.) to acquire the 1,500-unit U.S. convenience-store chain The Pantry Inc., which values The Pantry at $36.75 per share. The deal is said to be an all-cash transaction but including debt, the deal is valued at

Hamilton Urges Ontario to Suspend Troubled Ontario Works Software

The city has urged Ontario to suspend the use of the "disaster" like new social services payment system in a formal request sent by the City’s council to the Ontario Ministry of Social Services on Wednesday night. At the same time, the Ontario Public Service Employees Union (OPSEU) has filed for a

Waterfront Toronto Chair Shields Decision to Hide 40 percent Budget Overrun

The chair of Waterfront Toronto, Mark Wilson, has mentioned in a recent statement that Queens Quay project, which was 40 per cent over budget, was “well-managed” and stressed that the agency’s decision to delay public display of details regarding the cost overruns for more than a year saved

Capital Pride Moves Towards Bankruptcy

In light of more than $100,000 in debt on the books, Capital Pride members announced their decision on Wednesday to declare bankruptcy. A meeting attended by almost 70 members on Wednesday night that recommended an interim board to seek bankruptcy by Dec. 31. Prior to the decision, the members

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