Toronto Star plans to outsource editing jobs | Print |
Monday, 16 November 2009 14:39

Emotions run high after announcement

When the Toronto Star announced it was in negotiations to outsource up to 100 union editing jobs, one (apparent) editor at the Star replied in a fitting act of editorial defiance by extensively marking up a copy of publisher John Cruickshank's internal memo.

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Ontario unable to help resolve 407 ETR billing disputes | Print |
Monday, 16 November 2009 13:18

The 407 is causing a different kind of road rage

Drivers who feel frustrated in combating the 407 ETR over erroneous billing shouldn't lose heart, Queen's Park also feels completely helpless, a government minister says.

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Canadian government permits cat and dog fur trade | Print |
Thursday, 12 November 2009 14:40

Government refuses to ban the Asian fur imports in fear that it will affect its standing in the seal hunt

Many Canadians have opposed the cruel actions of the seal hunt, but they may be oblivious to wearing cat and dog fur, as Ottawa allows the trade, producing unlabled clothing. Add a comment

Pan-Am games exciting but expensive | Print |
Monday, 09 November 2009 13:08

Hosting the multi-billion dollar event may not be the best idea for a cash-strapped city

Toronto has finally won the multi-nation sporting event – and subsequent international recognition – it has coveted for so long.

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Auto insurance changes fall short of solution | Print |
Monday, 02 November 2009 14:55

New regulations to Ontario's auto insurance policy leave motorists divided

In an attempt to avoid consumer backlash for the insurance premium increases in Ontario, Finance Minister Dwight Duncan introduced a new plan that only blurs the problem instead of solving it.

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