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With remote work, Quebec's anti-scab provisions may have lost some of their teeth - With remote working today, "in case of a strike, I don't know how it would be viewed by the courts."

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Quebec Liberals, if elected, would ask the Caisse to divest from fossil fuels in five years

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Back from COVID-19 limbo, electric car show moves to Big O -- Event allows participants to do test drives and consultations.

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U.S. Treasury's Yellen: Debt default would 'permanently' weaken America

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'Full steam ahead': Unionization efforts underway at 9 Amazon facilities across Canada

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Hit by pandemic, Montreal wax museum Musée Grévin closes

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Quebec looking at banning all fossil fuel extraction in the province -- "Everything is on the table."

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Norway's US$1.4-trillion wealth fund says oil firms aren't doing enough to cut emissions -- Warning from Norges Bank Investment Management comes as Norway reassesses the mandate it has handed the fund

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Canada falling $60-billion short annually on investments needed to hit climate change targets: report -- Investors remain wary of higher risks for returns in long-term transformative projects to reduce emissions, RBC report says

1 month ago

'The world still needs fossil fuels:' Canada's oilpatch sees future for industry despite 'death knell' warning -- It is impractical for Canada and the world to 'make a 180 degree pivot overnight', industry says.

1 month ago

Pointe-Claire: A city without a vision, says disenchanted councillor -- "Where are we headed — an eventual population of 40,000, 50,000, 60,000?" asks councillor Brent Cowan after city approves high-rise project

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Olymel closes pork-processing plant in Henryville -- Company says it can relocate all 29 affected employees.

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This 165-pound robot is incredibly good at basketball and pretty good at being spooky -- The seven-foot-tall droid is called CUE, an AI basketball robot created by Toyota for sheer fun.

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Researchers using X-ray telescopes determine Einstein was right about black holes -- Einstein's theory of general relativity predicted the gravitational pull of black holes is so enormous that they warp the fabric of space, twisting magnetic fields and bending light

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Brownstein: Wild virtual and affordable ride to the final frontier -- The Infinite teleports visitors virtually 400 kilometres above Earth, on to the International Space Station.

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All this talk about the Big Three, the spectrum auction and 5G — what does it all mean? -- Explainer: If you're a latecomer to the high-stakes telecom auction, here's a primer that will help bring you up to speed

2 months ago

One password allowed hackers to disrupt Colonial Pipeline, CEO tells senators -- Security experts call the use of a single-factor login system a sign of poor cybersecurity "hygiene."

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4 Origines is latest West Island microbrewery -- 4 Origines joins other microbreweries already established in the West Island and Vaudreuil-Soulanges.

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Kirkland-based residential bin-cleaning service picks up steam -- "The compost bin is disgusting, there are maggots and I don't like cleaning it because it's gross." — Vaudreuil-Dorion client

19 days ago

Looking for the cabana of your dreams? You can find it in Vaudreuil-Dorion -- Outhaus Cabanas offers "lifestyle structures."

21 days ago

West Islanders are renting out their backyard pools -- New website matching hosts with renters popular despite concerns

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Local bouquets du quartier project flourishes in Pointe-Claire Village -- "The whole purpose is about empowering people to see that the simple act of flower arranging or tending to flowers can be rejuvenating and calming and is really about self-care." — Lutaflore's owner.

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Montreal's Top Employers: Winners' list -- The following organizations have been chosen as Montreal's Top Employers for 2021 (employee count refers to full-time staff):

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Agile companies put employees first as they adjust to pandemic -- COVID-19 has presented challenges for workplaces unlike anything previously experienced, but top businesses are managing their way.

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Helping Canadians during the pandemic brings sense of pride -- The pandemic has brought much uncertainty to peoples' lives. But it has also fostered a sense of pride in employees who are helping make Canadians' lives better.

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ABB's first priority is caring for its people -- When Moneeb Durrani needed a prescription filled last March, he ran into a roadblock. His pharmacist said it had expired, leaving him stuck. Fortunately, his employer, ABB Inc., had added a 24/7 telemedicine service to cover emergencies like this during the pandemic.

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An environment of sensitivity at Air Canada -- Daniel Lapensée knows all about the value of sensitivity. In his time off in the past, he spent a lot of time volunteering in bereavement counselling and visiting people in hospital. Now, at Air Canada , he is estates and third-party requests manager, which means he oversees the airline's interactions with the estates of employees who have died, or its responses to inquiries about staff or retirees from banks, insurance companies and the like.

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Do you have a rental unit in your home? Prepare to meet the tax man -- There can be tax consequences when you convert your home, or part of it, into a rental

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Why home prices keep climbing even though sales are falling -- Sales don't only reflect demand. The lack of homes for sale is putting the market out of whack

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The best way to counter inflation? Don't overreact -- If long-term gains are the goal, don't make hasty short-term decisions

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Why lenders might not fund your small-town home or farm purchase -- Geography is still a concern when it comes to evaluating mortgage applications

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Could 3D-printed homes solve Canada's housing supply problem? -- Buzz is building around the technology, which helps produce homes inexpensively

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