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I was trained as cashier in food take out but without warning they hired younger one and I trained her for cashier then they told me I was not cashier and was to be food runner and bus tables. I believe they wanted younger person,--I quit after being there 3 months. Very unfair work practices so bewsre. Was this review helpful? Yes No. Report Share Tweet. Copy link. Watching people spend there hard earned money losing at games of chance is very depressing!!
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It was a good place but after a too much drama. I worked there for 12 years but if you're expecting a raise forget it. Stayed the same for that time until I got a. It is steady work but got tired of being treated like a 2 year old. I was a cleaner there is no tips. No increases. Yes No 1. Nowhere dead end job, where you get treated like a worthless piece of nothing. Most employees are great. Stay away. Ownership and management are unforgiving Long hours, no support, no incentive, no loyalty, not able to speak or convey thoughts or ideas without criticism, they will let you go without cause regardless of all the hard work you have done for them.
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Now that that's clear, here's where you should go to book a vaccination spot if you qualify. Toronto Toronto Public Health will eventually run mass vaccination sites across the city but isn't at this time due to a lack of vaccine, according to its website. You can try to pre-register at some Toronto hospitals, including North York General, Michael Garron and Sunnybrook, but expect a broader rollout of vaccination clinics in the coming weeks.
York York Region is running five appointment-only vaccination clinics and its website features a handy tool to help you find the closest one to you. Note: You must book online. Durham Durham's vaccine plan will launch on March 8 with two clinics set to operate at recreation centres in Clarington and Pickering. In addition to those aged plus and health-care workers, the region will offer vaccines to all Indigenous adults and adults who rely on home care.
Halton Halton is running appointment-only vaccination clinics in Oakville, Burlington, Georgetown and Milton. You can book online here. The public health unit is also offering free transportation to its clinics, though that travel must be booked 48 hours in advance. The Federation of Canadian Municipalities FCM estimates the money could create up to 24, permanent affordable housing units in urban and rural communities. The Liberals estimated the money could create up to 3, units by this spring by helping cities buy and quickly convert rental buildings, motels and hotels into affordable units.
It's working," said Frizzell, a city councillor in Prince George, B. This is an opportune time to do it. Sources say the Liberals have been consulting on a rebooted rapid-housing program for weeks, and sending signals that the budget will include dollars for it. The two sources with knowledge of the meetings and the government's thinking spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss private conversations.
Social Development Minister Ahmed Hussen's most recent marching orders from the prime minister included expanding the rapid-housing initiative unveiled in September. The Liberals spent months leading up to the announcement figuring out all the details of the property acquisition program, seeing it as a way to keep people from falling into homelessness heading into the winter, with temporary shelter measures for the COVID pandemic set to expire.
Some cities have been renting hotel rooms to accommodate people while shelter capacity is reduced to allow for physical spacing, but they were badly stretched financially. The Liberals split the money into two streams: One with dedicated funding for over a dozen big cities, the other with money put for grabs for projects that will have to be completed within 12 months of federal officials giving the green light for funding. The project-based stream has been flooded with applications, so much so that the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp.
FCM is hoping to get most of the money over the next two to three years, the period the Liberals have eyed as a timeline for stimulus spending to spur an economic recovery from the pandemic. Cities hope whatever is left can be spread over the remaining years of the national housing strategy, which has seven years left in the decade-long plan. Hussen, the minister in charge of affordable housing, has spent time trying to get a read on what needs to change in the program. Cities would like to keep direct allocations to major centres, while stakeholders have suggested a program solely based on project applications.
He has also heard concerns about the timelines to file applications, and easing rules to allow, for instance, applicants to have purchase agreements for land rather than having to fully secure property first. The Liberals are also being pushed to provide subsidies for housing providers to cover costs for operations and services once people are housed.
This report by The Canadian Press was first published March 5, Jordan Press, The Canadian Press. A lot has changed at CBC in 24 years — but still not quite enough. That was one sentiment expressed by Madeleine Allakariallak, the outgoing host of the Inuktitut-language news program Igalaaq, as she left the public broadcaster — and her prominent position as one of Inuit Nunangat's most visible storytellers — for a job in the private sector.
At the time, she said, she was a single mother who would've been left homeless if CBC did not hire her and provide her with housing. Allakariallak says that is still a common experience for Inuit in , one of many ways in which their experience is vastly different from non-Inuit colleagues. But we show up anyways, knowing that Inuit in our communities are depending on us, to share the news of the day… to share the stories of how resilient Inuit have been.
With its English-language commercials, Igalaaq is only 20 minutes long, which she said means a lot of stories end up on the cutting room floor. The show is produced with the assistance of just three Inuktitut-speaking staff — two reporters and a producer.
Inuktitut interviews are "blind edited," Allakariallak said, by editors who cannot understand the words being spoken in the footage they are editing. There is a huge difference in how we tell our stories. It's exhausting," she said. We have no choice but to work with that. They are amazing, but I think it's also not fair for them when they don't speak the language. I don't know how we've pulled it off for the last 28 years. It will take time to develop a new host of Igalaaq.
It includes a training producer who is helping to develop journalism and broadcasting skills with newly hired Inuk journalists. But ensuring we hire and develop more Inuk journalists is key. She said things have improved over the last five years, as she's noticed "Inuit and other Indigenous people have been recognized as capable by whoever makes the decisions higher up. But Allakariallak also expressed frustration at the number of non-Inuit employees who have rotated in and out of the newsroom over time.
Sometimes, I think Sometimes, I think, though, that we've been too welcoming. Submitted by Madeleine Allakariallak Strength in numbers Allakariallak said despite those difficulties, she hopes young Inuit will continue to see themselves as having a future as vocal advocates within the public broadcaster.
Life certainly won't be the same without the show. They call me Igalaaq. It started as a trip to a birthday party. It almost ended with a conviction for aggravated assault and a five-year prison term, until John Arthur Borden was able to get that conviction overturned.
The whole experience has left him bitter and distrustful of the Nova Scotia justice system. He said the ordeal cost him his job, his life savings and what he described as the "perfect" life. He wants to tell his side of the story. Party gone wrong It was June 28, Borden had accompanied friends to a birthday party at a home in Sunnyvale, Guysborough County, that was also attended by Richard Ricky Borden.
At some point, the two men — who are distantly related — began arguing inside the home and Ricky Borden left. That's where the stories change. According to the Crown at John Borden's jury trial, he followed Ricky Borden outside and attacked him.
According to John Borden, he was the one who was attacked when Ricky Borden came after him outside the home. The two men ended up on the ground, with the larger Ricky Borden on top, hitting John Borden. Stabbed during altercation The smaller Borden said he pulled out a knife, which he said had a blade about five centimetres long. He didn't get off me, so I stuck it in there," said John Borden, gesturing toward his ribs.
He said he put his hand around the blade, to keep the knife from going too deep. Jury told about convictions But it wasn't trouble with the family that would complicate things for John Borden. At his trial, the jury was told about 10 prior convictions — offences that resulted in short jail terms, fines or probation.
Jurors did not get to hear about Ricky Borden's lengthy prior record because the judge limited how much of it could be discussed. In , the Nova Scotia Court of Appeal overturned John Borden's conviction, saying his trial was unfair because he had been unable to properly advance his argument of self-defence.
The court left it up to the Crown whether to try again. The Crown decided a new trial wasn't warranted because it was unlikely that John Borden, if found guilty again, would face additional time given how long he'd already been in custody. He's trying to rebuild a life for himself in the Halifax area. He moved there following the murder of his adult son, Zachery Jordell Charles Grosse, in October I lost everything. That's OK?
Borden, we did take your life away from you, you did lose everything. Skate-aid is a German NGO that builds skate parks around the world to help children stay out of violence. This time they come to Namibia to train children with visual and hearing impairment. Patricia Edwards of Toronto wanted to help her two adult daughters when they fell behind on bill payments at the rented townhouse they share.
She has few assets and a poor credit history, but she was employed at the time, so she went to a payday lender — not for a payday loan, but for an ongoing line of credit. But then she lost her job, and in came the pandemic. She's had to refinance the loan twice, and went to another lender, Money Mart, for an instalment loan that could be repaid over two years.
WATCH Ottawa under pressure to cap high-interest money lenders: Her predicament, and that of many other Canadians like her, has a chorus of voices calling for industry reform. Activist groups, elected officials and even some smaller lending companies say financially vulnerable people are too often lured by payday lenders' low bi-monthly payments on longer-term loans without realizing how the costs will add up.
Only option "I'd love to get a bank loan," said Edwards. I don't qualify. They provide money to people in need who otherwise would be unable to borrow. In a statement to CBC News, the Canadian Consumer Finance Association, which represents close to 1, high-interest lenders across the country, said unsecured loans are expensive to provide, and that its members' interest rates are government-approved.
It also notes that "for reasons of risk, the lower the borrower's credit score the higher the interest rate. He started a different organization in to represent operators closer to his company's size, the Independent Payday Loan Association of Canada. He said the group is made up of 50 small "mom and pop" lenders who don't offer long-term loans or lines of credit. Patricia Edwards of Toronto reviews her loan agreement.
CBC News The member companies cash cheques and sell Western Union money transfers, but in terms of lending, only provide short-term payday loans, which are meant to give a consumer the funds necessary to make ends meet just until their next paycheque arrives. Pushing for change Acorn Canada, a national organization that advocates for low-income people, has taken aim at large payday lenders, organizing protests across the country and calling on the federal government to take action.
Donna Borden, vice-chair of Acorn's East York chapter in Toronto, said the pandemic has forced more Canadians to turn to high-interest lenders. It found that the number of survey respondents who reported taking instalment loans had jumped from 11 per cent in to 45 per cent in Acorn Canada, a group that advocates for low-income people, organized protests against what it calls 'predatory lending' in nine Canadian cities on Feb. It pointed to government support programs and a "lack of spending during the lockdowns" as the causes.
Pierrette Ringuette of New Brunswick has sponsored two bills to have the Criminal Code amended to lower the maximum interest rate that lenders can legally charge from 60 to 20 per cent plus the overnight bank rate. Neither bill moved forward due to prorogations and election calls, but Ringuette said she intends to sponsor another one.
She said a number of American states have put a lower cap on interest rates charged by payday lenders, yet they continue to be profitable. A page from Patricia Edwards's loan agreement shows her interest rate of CBC News But Ringuette said it can take years to get bills through the Senate and then more time to have them passed into law. She said the Trudeau government could take action much more quickly, perhaps even announcing a crackdown in the upcoming federal budget expected in April.
She is left searching for a solution. For example, though it's not an option in her case, she has even thought about how credit card borrowing could help solve her 47 per cent interest rate problem. If you use the internet in any capacity, you've likely experienced this: after visiting one website, you may go to another website and find that it's showing you ads for the first one. Or ads for a website you've visited in the past. This is all because these websites are collecting your personal information to target you with ads, according to CBC's Information Morning tech columnist Nur Zincir-Heywood, a professor in the computer science department at Dalhousie University in Halifax.
They follow us. Those websites may also have agreements with other companies that allow those third-party companies to leave their cookies on your computers and smartphones, too. You might have seen messages popping up in your browser from time to time, asking you to manage your cookies, or accept cookies.
Zincir-Heywood said you can opt out of cookies by going to the privacy tab under the preferences menu of your browser, though some websites might not give you access without cookie permission. If that happens, Zincir-Heywood said you can still accept the cookies and browse the website, but to make sure to delete your history and clear those cookies by using your preferences menu.
Browsing the web in incognito mode can also help bypass cookies, she said. The new threat of favicons While those measures may help with cookies, Zincir-Heywood says there's a new threat to internet privacy: favicons. Favicons are the little icons you see in the corner of the tab while browsing a website.
While those icons may appear harmless, Zincir-Heywood said researchers recently found they can be used as a way to follow someone's internet activity. And just like a cookie, they can then be used to match us in a database," she said. But unlike a cookie, there's no way to opt out of it because they are managed by your browser. Favicons are the little icons associated with a website that appear in your tabs.
CBC After this discovery, Zincir-Heywood said some browser companies acted on it, such as Brave, a privacy-enabled browser. In a Wednesday blog post, Google's director of product management, ads privacy and trust, David Temkin, said the company continues "to get questions about whether Google will join others in the ad tech industry who plan to replace third-party cookies with alternative user-level identifiers. A group of U.
Workers at the Amazon fulfillment center in Bessemer, Alabama, are voting on whether to become the first employees in the U. The visit comes on the heels of President Joe Biden's recent statement defending workers' rights to form unions. The race to roll out vaccination passports is spurring competition among travel companies and tourist destinations for the large number of Britons set to receive COVID shots before the summer.
Airlines such as easyJet saw outbound bookings from Britain surge last week as the government raised the prospect of a return to quarantine-free summer travel, and the European Union agreed to develop vaccine passports under pressure from tourism-dependent southern countries.
The campaign to get the COVID vaccine into the arms of Ottawa's Indigenous community has been so successful, it's ramping up with a move to a larger facility and expanding eligibility to adults 50 years and older. The new vaccine clinic saw its first patients on Monday and will continue to be staffed by Indigenous health workers. Funnell said increased demand for the vaccine made the move to larger quarters necessary.
She said that's encouraging because compared to the general public, Indigenous peoples "are most at risk of bad outcomes such as hospitalization and death and serious health consequences" if they contract COVID The age of eligibility for Indigenous adults was expanded to those 50 and older this week. All new doses will be administered at the St-Laurent Complex. The new Wabano vaccination centre at the St-Laurent Complex can vaccinate up to people a day.
Cynthia Chung Demand for the vaccine is also high at the Akausivik Inuit Family Health Team in Vanier, a medical centre that caters to the region's large Inuit population. Executive director Connie Siedule said she often needs to justify why the Indigenous community was prioritized by the federal government as a priority group.
Connie Siedule, executive director of Akausivik Inuit Family Health Team, says she gets lots of questions about why her community is part of the priority vaccine rollout. OPH's Funnell added that making Indigenous communities a high priority benefits everyone. The appointment of Vollero, who as the first finance chief of Snap guided its transition to a public company, comes amid rising expectations of Reddit's initial public offering.
Ottawa's medical officer of health said Friday it seems the city's third wave is coming, and is asking people to maintain physical distancing to prevent a surge in COVID cases. It's apparent in the wastewater and that's been a pretty reliable predictor," said Dr. Etches said the spread is being driven in social settings and people can't get complacent with behaviour such as distancing and wearing masks because of positive news about vaccines.
It will still be a few months until vaccination has an impact on the general population, she said. Wastewater concerns On Wednesday, Ottawa Public Health OPH warned it's seeing a rise in the number of people believed to have one of the more contagious variants. So far, 10 people have tested positive for variants of concern first identified in the United Kingdom and South Africa.
But according to Etches, 73 more people have a genetic indicator after initial screening that could signal they've contracted one of the variants. Wastewater testing now suggests there could be more of the variant first identified in the U. Vera Etches on Ottawa Morning: The health authority also said some of the city's key indicators, used to track the spread of the virus, are also trending closer to the red zone on the province's pandemic scale.
Such a move would mean stricter restrictions such as smaller gatherings and sports being limited to practices. Vaccinations starting At the same time, vaccine appointments were made available to more Ottawans this week. Appointments are open for those who are 80 years or older and individuals who are recipients of chronic home care in one of seven neighbourhoods: Emerald Woods. Heron Gate. Sawmill Creek. Eligible people must call to make an appointment.
The Albion-Heatherington Recreation Centre clinic will run until Sunday, and then three other clinics will open in other high-risk neighbourhoods on a staggered basis. Mayor Jim Watson said about 1, people have already booked appointments and the city expects to vaccinate about people per day in the high-risk neighbourhoods. Rebel leader Netra Bikram Chand, who is better known by his guerrilla name Biplav, emerged out of hiding on Friday after the government lifted a ban on his Nepal Communist Party group so it could take part in the public signing of the peace agreement.
Under the peace deal, the government will lift its ban on the group, release all of their party members and supporters from jail and drop all legal cases against them.
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