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cultmtl.com Loblaws boycott: Costco and Walmart are Canadians’ top low-cost grocery store alternatives

A new study by Léger has assessed Canadians’ perceptions on the Loblaws boycott, which is currently underway over claims of greedflation.

Loblaws boycott: Costco and Walmart are Canadians’ top low-cost grocery store alternatives

> A new study by Léger has assessed Canadians’ perceptions on the Loblaws boycott, which is currently underway over claims of greedflation.

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betterdwelling.com Canadian Home Prices "Need" To Be High To Pay For Retirements: PM - Better Dwelling

Canadian real estate prices have surged in almost every market, with a typical home price doubling in many regions. A median household in major cities like Toronto and Vancouver would need to save over 20 years for just the down payment, more than 3x the historic average. Seems absurd? The outlandis...

Canadian Home Prices "Need" To Be High To Pay For Retirements: PM - Better Dwelling

> Canadian real estate prices have surged in almost every market, with a typical home price doubling in many regions. A median household in major cities like Toronto and Vancouver would need to save over 20 years for just the down payment, more than 3x the historic average. Seems absurd? The outlandish scenario was apparently a […]

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www.blogto.com Loblaws and Sobeys are now under formal investigation for 'anticompetitive conduct'

Canada's Competition Bureau, which has already concluded that the nation needs more supermarket players to foster a healthy market for consumers, i...

Loblaws and Sobeys are now under formal investigation for 'anticompetitive conduct'

> Canada's Competition Bureau, which has already concluded that the nation needs more supermarket players to foster a healthy market for consumers, i...

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www.theglobeandmail.com Refugee board orders deportation for trucker in horrific Humboldt Broncos crash

Jaskirat Singh Sidhu’s lawyer has said there are still numerous other legal procedures to come, and the deportation process could take months or years.

Refugee board orders deportation for trucker in horrific Humboldt Broncos crash

> Jaskirat Singh Sidhu’s lawyer has said there are still numerous other legal procedures to come, and the deportation process could take months or years.

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globalnews.ca Canada will reinstate citizenship rights to ‘lost Canadians’ - National | Globalnews.ca

Immigration Minister Marc Miller tabled legislation Thursday that would extend citizenship to some children born outside of Canada.

Canada will reinstate citizenship rights to ‘lost Canadians’ - National | Globalnews.ca

> Immigration Minister Marc Miller tabled legislation Thursday that would extend citizenship to some children born outside of Canada.

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www.theglobeandmail.com Food Banks Canada says food insecurity is worsening across the country

The group says food security is rising in all 10 provinces and one in four Canadians have inadequate access to food

Food Banks Canada says food insecurity is worsening across the country

> The group says food security is rising in all 10 provinces and one in four Canadians have inadequate access to food

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www.blogto.com Demolition begins for final blocks of Toronto's original Regent Park neighbourhood

It's the end of an era for Toronto's Regent Park neighbourhood, as the final blocks constructed in the late 1940s for what was Canada's largest and...

Demolition begins for final blocks of Toronto's original Regent Park neighbourhood

> It's the end of an era for Toronto's Regent Park neighbourhood, as the final blocks constructed in the late 1940s for what was Canada's largest and...

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AI Live Painting in Krita - Interactive updates

> You can now see any changes on your canvas take immediate effect! Live updates are integrated in Krita Stable Diffusion plugin. All control layers supported....

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cross-posted from: https://lemmy.smeargle.fans/post/168017 >HN Discussion

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toronto.ctvnews.ca From Yonge-Dundas Square to Sankofa Square: new signage expected by end of year

The City of Toronto says signage for Yonge-Dundas Square was decommissioned earlier this month and signage reflecting the site's new name is expected to be installed by the end of the year.

From Yonge-Dundas Square to Sankofa Square: new signage expected by end of year

> The City of Toronto says signage for Yonge-Dundas Square was decommissioned earlier this month and signage reflecting the site's new name is expected to be installed by the end of the year.

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Doors Open Toronto This Weekend May 25th, 26th
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Explore Toronto's Buildings and Sites May 25 & 26, 2024, at Doors Open Toronto

Doors Open Toronto
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www.blogto.com The history of what was once Toronto's grandest mansion

The Cawthra Family immigrated from Guiseley, Yorkshire, England and arrived in Upper Canada (Ontario) in 1803. They lived in a brick house on the n...

The history of what was once Toronto's grandest mansion

> The Cawthra Family immigrated from Guiseley, Yorkshire, England and arrived in Upper Canada (Ontario) in 1803. They lived in a brick house on the n...

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proton.me How (and why) to de-Google your life and protect your privacy | Proton

Google is one of the biggest obstacles to privacy. This article will explore how and why to de-Google yourself to reclaim and protect your digital privacy.

How (and why) to de-Google your life and protect your privacy | Proton

> Google is one of the biggest obstacles to privacy. This article will explore how and why to de-Google yourself to reclaim and protect your digital privacy.

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www.telegraph.co.uk Canada’s standard of living on track for worst decline in 40 years

The authors of the study said the figures should serve as a ‘wake-up call’ for the country’s Liberal government

Canada’s standard of living on track for worst decline in 40 years

> The authors of the study said the figures should serve as a ‘wake-up call’ for the country’s Liberal government

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www.theglobeandmail.com Canadian immigration asks medical worker fleeing Gaza if he treated Hamas fighters

Immigration lawyers say the screening questions go ‘above and beyond what is asked in a normal immigration application’

Canadian immigration asks medical worker fleeing Gaza if he treated Hamas fighters

> Immigration lawyers say the screening questions go ‘above and beyond what is asked in a normal immigration application’

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www.indiatoday.in Hundreds of Indian students in Canada face deportation, protest against new rule

In Prince Edward Island, a province in Canada, hundreds of Indian students are facing deportation after it changed its provincial immigration rules. Around 300 students are protesting and have threatened to go on a hunger strike if the Canadian province doesn't review its latest immigration policy.

Hundreds of Indian students in Canada face deportation, protest against new rule

> In Prince Edward Island, a province in Canada, hundreds of Indian students are facing deportation after it changed its provincial immigration rules. Around 300 students are protesting and have threatened to go on a hunger strike if the Canadian province doesn't review its latest immigration policy.

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www.blogto.com Toronto man's side hustle making calzones leads to new restaurant gig

A Toronto man has quit his job to pursue his side gig of creating some of the cheesiest, steamiest calzones the city's ever seen full time. Longtim...

Toronto man's side hustle making calzones leads to new restaurant gig

> A Toronto man has quit his job to pursue his side gig of creating some of the cheesiest, steamiest calzones the city's ever seen full time. > Longtim...

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www.blogto.com Toronto Shoppers Drug Mart ad for unpaid volunteer position has people baffled

A new job posting for a role at a Toronto Shoppers Drug Mart location is causing a stir this week due to the fact that it boldly seeks a worker to ...

Toronto Shoppers Drug Mart ad for unpaid volunteer position has people baffled

> A new job posting for a role at a Toronto Shoppers Drug Mart location is causing a stir this week due to the fact that it boldly seeks a worker to ...

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Durham police say high-risk violent offender released into community poses 'significant risk'
  • Here's an article about the same guy getting released in 2014: https://www.thespec.com/news/stoney-creek-residents-fight-relocation-of-sex-offender-keith-theodore-constantin/article_589b5b81-454f-5beb-91be-2950d52dccd9.html

    Here's another article about him getting arrested again shortly after that: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/hamilton/headlines/convicted-sex-offender-keith-constantin-arrested-again-1.2726024

    Here's another article about him getting released again a year later: https://www.yorkregion.com/news/schomberg-residents-on-edge-over-release-of-high-risk-offender/article_37eaeef3-e3ec-5110-bc53-706b6970e66c.html

    Obviously he got arrested again at least once at some point because here we are talking about him getting released again.

    Also from that 2nd article: "He was also convicted in 2000 of sexually assaulting a young boy and of sexually assaulting a 45-year-old blind woman in separate incidents." So this goes back even father than I what I can find just on google. Serial rapist catch-and-release for over two decades. Canada's legal system is a joke.

  • Father who lost baby, parents in Highway 401 crash releases statement: ‘We can never hold our child in our hands again’
  • "My mother and father were visiting us from Chennai, India with the sole purpose of spending time with their grandson," the parents wrote in a statement provided by the Special Investigations Unit (SIU). "We are at a complete loss of words to describe the agony and vacuum in our hearts knowing we can never hold our child Aditya Vivaan, who gave us so many precious memories in such a short time, in our hands again," Manivannan and Jawahar added. "His small toys and clothes remain spread around our home, and we have no courage in us to even enter our home which is filled with our only son’s memories. My parents had arrived in Canada only two days before the tragedy."

  • Small grocers, co-ops receiving boost from Loblaw boycott: ‘A lot of anger’ | Globalnews.ca
  • I really hope this is the start of a massive increase in pressure on the rich, government and those who rip us off on the daily. We're notoriously bad at voting with our wallets and protesting but practice makes perfect.

    It's very obvious those in power and those with wealth have had a super easy and uncontested time (much of that they engineered for themselves and we let it happen) so when faced with pushback, they feel very uncomfortable.

    Let's keep it up and shed our nice nature. We need to make a stink at every turn. Culture wars and social issues are absolutely important but this is about our money and our daily lives, we have to learn how to get serious about this before even more is taken away.

    Anything to do with controlling the internet I fear is the start of real censorship. A new "occupy wall/Bay Street" that actually has teeth this time is a legit threat.

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