Sunday, October 20, 2013

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Sunday October 20 2013 edition

COLUMNS

Lifestyle-"Keep 'em flying": love, respect and restoration of a Lancaster bomber


Lancaster bomber flight engineer Craig Brookhouse is an engine-builder who runs his own automotive business in Ancaster, Ont. He started volunteering with the Lancaster flight team as a hobby in 2003. © Ian Johnson-CBC

This week on our ACL ...

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Politics Today - October 20, 2013

On this edition of Politics Today RCI's Wojtek Gwiazda focuses on the return of parliamentarians to Ottawa, the new throne speech outlining the intentions of the federal government, and the signing by Canada of a trade deal with the European Union.

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YOUR CHOICES

Sexy seniors in Ottawa


Fundraising organizer Alice Busche said she had no trouble getting volunteers for the calendar © CBC

They may be getting well along in years, but they know sex sells.

Many of the residents of Unitarian House retirement home ...

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Rogers cell bill ruins credit rating of Canadian man with no Rogers account

For three years Dave Johnson was caught in a Kafkaesque nightmare. Collection agencies working for Canada's largest cell phone company Rogers claimed he owed more than $5,400 on his Rogers account, but he'd never had one.

When he tried to explain to Rogers its mistake, employees asked him for an account number. When he said he didn't have one, they said ...

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'Chew on This!' - Stop hunger and poverty in Canada, say organizers of campaign

Despite being a wealthy economic nation, Canada does not have a good record in dealing with hunger and poverty according to anti-poverty activists. On Thursday (October 17) the International Day for Eradication of Poverty they will be calling for the Canadian government to deal with the issue in a special campaign called "Dignity for All".

According to the ...

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Canada's largest railway, CN, facing lockout or strike

Labour negotiations between Canada's largest railway, Canadian National (CN), and the Teamsters union have broken down. Union leaders warned a strike or lockout could occur starting Oct. 28

In a press release Monday (October 14) Teamsters Canada Rail Conference (TCRC) said it had offered to continue conciliation, which had ended on October 7. "Unfortunately, CN's management rejected the union's proposal ...

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