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Jim Shaw a no-show at CRTC; cable company's proposals called 'extreme' (Canadian Business)

Wed, 23 Apr 2008 13:58:17 PDT
Julian Beltrame, The Canadian Press April 23, 2008 - 4:52 p.m.

Shaw no-show (The Ottawa Sun)

Wed, 23 Apr 2008 23:18:57 PDT

New kind of beetle found! By CBC staff!

Fri, 25 Apr 2008 02:21:19 PDT
New kind of beetle found! By CBC staff! Staff on the state-owned CBC Newsworld, where, suspiciously like Fox News Channel’s O’Reilly Factor, “The Spin Stops Here”! (-- or is that just on their “Politics” program?) apparently discovered the new creature. They called it the “GREENHOUSE BEETLE”. Most other people, like the folks at the National Post, which features the little bugger on their front page today, call it the Mountain Pine Beetle. Labcoats call it Dendroctonus Ponderosae. Bu

CRTC hearings end on television's future (

Fri, 25 Apr 2008 05:59:56 PDT
OTTAWA -- The CRTC's controversial hearings on the future of Canadian television were brought to a close Thursday after nearly three weeks in which the giants and the small fry of the industry battled for survival and a bigger piece of the multi-billion dollar industry.

Polar bear remains a species 'of special concern': federal body (CBC Ottawa)

Fri, 25 Apr 2008 13:57:44 PDT
A federal committee has kept the polar bear ranked as a species 'of special concern,' two steps down from 'endangered' and one down from 'threatened.'

RCMP told to drop charges

Mon, 28 Apr 2008 08:57:57 PDT
. CBC Newsworld on Sunday evening, April 27, 2003 reported on this disturbing case which goes to the heart of basic issues of law in a civil society. CBC interviewed and/or recorded many of the characters mentioned in this news story. The Ontario case hinges almost entirely upon the issue of disclosure and the resulting legal tussle as RCMP tries to obtain full disclosure from the Ontario Attorney General. If read with disclosure in mind, the Toronto case-history creates some insight into other

TTC Workers and the Right to Strike

Mon, 28 Apr 2008 12:52:48 PDT
The way the mainstream media has told the story, all is well in Toronto in the aftermath of the passage of legislation in the Ontario Legislature ordering the employees of the Toronto Transit Commission back to work. The subways, buses and streetcars are running and that's all that matters. Something is very wrong with this picture. Fundamental issues are at stake here and they cut right to the heart of our democracy. The right of workers to withdraw their labour in pursuit of improved

CME Prof to Be on CBC TV

Tue, 29 Apr 2008 13:36:57 PDT
Prof. David Sparling, associate dean, research and graduate studies for the College of Management and Economics, will be featured on CBC News Morning Wednesday at 9:15 a.m. He will be talking about rising food prices, what the global food shortage means to Canadians and how it progressed to this point. Sparling will be interviewed by business reporter Danielle Bochove. CBC News Morning airs live on CBC Newsworld from 6 to 10 a.m. on Channel 26 in Guelph.

Highlights from High Point: Four fashion trends coming to furniture - Furniture Style

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Highlights from High Point: Four fashion trends coming to furniture
Furniture Style, IL - 6 hours ago
By FS Staff From the apparel runways to the furniture showroom floor, this season’s latest trends were on display in Marge Carson’s showroom during the ...

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