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In protests outside MPPs’ offices, Franco-Ontarians resist Ford government’s French-language cuts

On Saturday afternoon, thousands of French-speakers in nearly 40 communities across Ontario decried Premier Doug Ford’s cuts to some French-language services. The protests — organized by the Francophone Assembly of Ontario, which represents 740,000 Franco-Ontarians — took place in front of MPPs’ offices of all political stripes. “Franco-Ontarians have the …

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Rockets romp over Spurs in Lone Star State clash

Rockets romp over Spurs in Lone Star State clash By AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE December 02, 2018 home / Sports / Top Sports / Rockets romp over Spurs in Lone Star State clash LOS ANGELES: James Harden and Chris Paul combined for 37 points as the Houston Rockets snapped a four-game losing …

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Algoma Steel no longer in creditor protection

One of the largest employers in Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. is now out of creditor protection and its new owners have officially taken over. Algoma Steel Inc. announced on Friday that is has successfully completed the purchase of all the assets of Essar Steel Algoma Inc. and is no longer …

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Why many Canadians don’t love self-checkout

Brendan Best says self-checkout isn’t worth his time because something often goes wrong, forcing him to seek out assistance. “I would not like to have that type of hassle, so I try to go through cashier lines,” said Best, who lives in Halifax. “There’s nothing in it for me.” A …

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