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Toronto's rubber duck: Waste of money or clever tourist attraction?

Canada 150 celebrations recently kicked off with the arrival of the world's largest rubber duck floating ashore at Toronto's harbourfront. As the guest of honour for the Redpath Waterfront Festival, the rubber duck was a point of contention,...

source: By Katherine Radin
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Appointment-taking delegates will be able to view their preliminary schedules on Monday, October 16, end of day. Manual scheduling will be available between October 16 and October 20 for additional appointment requests — email notification will go out on Monday with...

source: OMCA

OMCA has been notified of a recent change to the City of Toronto's policy regarding disputing tickets that prohibits us from going to bat for members when they receive tickets. As well, we received a clarification regarding No-Stopping...

source: OMCA

Waterloo Region doesn’t have enough school bus drivers to fully maintain its usual level of services. In a letter addressed to parents of students who take school buses, Student Transportation Service of Waterloo Region general manager Benoit Bourgault said Friday...

source: CTV News

Investing in public infrastructure supports efficient, affordable and sustainable transit services that help Canadians and their families get to work, school and essential services on time and back home safely at the end of a long...

source: Canada Newswire

The possibility that 300 Greyhound Canada bus drivers and mechanics in Ontario and Quebec would walk off the job has been averted. Muwafaq Al-Khafajy, a spokesperson for Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1415, told CBC News that the union...

source: CBC News

The federal government paid three tour companies nearly $35,000 to compensate them for losses they incurred as a result of a one-day Three Amigos summit in Ottawa in the summer of 2016, according to public accounts documents released...

source: CBC News


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