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CANADA’S ONLY OFFICIAL FOOD IS NOW AVAILABLE IN 3 ALBERTA LOCATIONS!

Sherwood Park will be home to the 3rd King of Donair outside of Atlantic Canada.


A workout that doesn't feel like working out

See why Langley's hippest new fitness studio is shaking up norms in the fitness industry with it's boutique take on boxing and strength training. 45 min workouts designed to get you all the results of a 60 min workout to the beats of hip hop playlists in a dimly lit blue studio.


ART for Cancer Foundation Announces A Strategic Collaboration with Artbarn School

ART for Cancer Foundation is pleased to announce an ART Bursary Program, offered in collaboration with Artbarn School.


Infinit Nutrition Canada Partners Up With Windsor’s City Cyclery Inc.

The Canadian nutrition company will have a new retailer in Windsor.


New Boundary Technologies to Showcase Smart Water and Smart Agriculture IoT Applications at Digi Global IoT Conference 2019

Demonstrations will highlight ways equipment and sensor OEMs, distributors and IoT solution providers can use its RemoteAware™ IoT Application Service with Digi IoT gateways.


GTA women unite to raise $325,000 for our most vulnerable youth

Over 75 women with a passion to take action and make a real difference in the lives of homeless youth will be sleeping out the night of May 24.


CSC GUARD AGIT SEXUELLEMENT DES FEMMES: RÉPONSE DE L’ACSEF À LA CRISE ATLANTIQUE

Après des mois et, dans certains cas, des années de silence, plusieurs femmes détenues à la prison de Nova ont se présenter pour raconter leurs expériences d'avoir été agressées sexuellement par un Service correctionnel du Canada (SCC) garde. Aujourd'hui, avec le soutien d'un avocat et des sociétés Elizabeth Fry de l'Atlantique, trois femmes ont intenté une poursuite contre le SCC. Elles cherchent la justice pour elles-mêmes, mais aussi un changement pour les femmes qui viendra après eux.


CSC GUARD SEXUALLY ASSAULTS WOMEN: CAEFS RESPONSE TO THE ATLANTIC CRISIS

After months, and in some cases years, of being silenced multiple women prisoners at Nova prison have come forward to tell their experiences of being sexually assaulted by a Correctional Service of Canada (CSC) guard. Today, with the support of a lawyer and the Atlantic Elizabeth Fry Societies, three women have launched a lawsuit against CSC. They are seeking justice for themselves, but also change for the women who will come after them.


MedStack continues to revolutionize healthcare with the public launch of MedStack Control

​MedStack, a Toronto-based technology startup on a mission to revolutionize the adoption process of digital healthcare, launches the next generation of MedStack, a developer ops platform that gives healthcare app developers self-serve capabilities to iterate as needed while continuing to deliver on MedStack's core promise of eliminating the complexity of building and maintaining a regulatory compliant solution.


More People Have Access to Electricity Than Ever Before, but World Is Falling Short of Sustainable Energy Goals

Despite significant progress in recent years, the world is falling short of meeting the global energy targets set in the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) for 2030.


CANADIAN BUSINESS HISTORY ASSOCIATION/l'ASSOCIATION CANADIENNE POUR l'HISTOIRE des AFFAIRES (CBHA/ACHA) ANNOUNCES 2019 BEST BOOK IN CANADIAN BUSINESS HISTORY WINNER

The Canadian Business History Association - l'association canadienne pour l'histoire des affaires (CBHA/ACHA) is pleased to announce Michael Stamm's Dead Tree Media: Manufacturing the Newspaper in 20th Century North America (Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2018) as the recipient of the 2019 CBHA/ACHA Best Book in Canadian Business History.


MisMacK Cosmetics Launches Canada’s First Professional-Grade and Made, Clean Cosmetic Line

Setting out to revolutionize the clean beauty world, today MisMacK Cosmetics officially launches the first ever Canadian-manufactured, professional-grade full line of clean makeup.


New Poll Shows 1 in 4 Canadians Believe Anti-Muslim Prejudice is Becoming More Acceptable

The National Council of Canadian Muslims notes correlation between poll and increased hate crimes targeting Muslims.


A Dialogue on Accessibility presented by the Gathering Festival

The Gathering Festival Presents: A Dialogue on Accessibility on Saturday June 1, 2-4 PM, at the Gathering Place Community Centre 609 Helmcken Street. Free admission. Part of a week of special events in celebration of BC Access Awareness Day.


Canadian Constitution Foundation intervening in Toronto municipal election case

Ontario’s top court will soon decide whether the Charter protects municipal elections. The Canadian Constitution Foundation is pleased to announce that it will take part in the case as an intervener.

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