‘Greedy Co-op’: Unifor launches nationwide boycott of Co-op retailers

Unifor is calling for a nationwide boycott of all Co-op businesses and services as nearly 800 Co-op refinery workers remain locked out. “If Co-op wants to hit refinery workers with a lockout, it’s time to hit Co-op where it hurts,”…

Edmonton’s Stanley A. Milner Library delayed; no date set for opening

Posted December 14, 2019 6:26 pm Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ The Stanley A. Milner Library will be delaying its opening, according to a tweet from the Edmonton Public Library on…

New Calgary report shows complaints, injuries and destinations related to explosion in e-scooter use

A new report released by the city of Calgary shows there were 750,000 recorded e-scooter trips from July to October this year. The city conducted a survey this fall looking for feedback. Over 9,000 Calgarians responded. Related News Over half…

Halifax celebrates the fifth birthday of its iconic central library

There were no shushing librarians at the Halifax Central Library on Saturday as the building marked its fifth birthday. Instead, well-wishers gathered to sing Happy Birthday to a building that has become an iconic part of downtown Halifax. “From day…

The United Irish Societies prepare Christmas baskets for families in need

The Holidays are all about giving and the United Irish Societies of Montreal know a little something about that. Dozens of volunteers gathered at Beurling Academy in Verdun on Saturday to stack up boxes of food with love and well…

Regina residents help put gifts under the tree for 1,500 local children

Santa’s helpers spent their weekend wrapping over 3,000 toys for Regina children. The toys were donated to the Salvation Army through 980 CJME’s Santa Anonymous campaign. READ MORE: Delivery day for 630 CHED Santas Anonymous on Saturday Toys were collected…