Despite court order, landlords still trying to reclaim luxury homes turned into illegal rooming houses
A few Toronto-area landlords are still trying to reclaim their luxury homes even though an Ontario Superior Court judge voided their leases two months ago, and ordered their mutual tenant to shut down the illegal rooming houses he created at a dozen properties.
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As COVID-19 cases soar and regions lock down, Dr. Tam has a blunt message about holiday planning
With the holiday season just weeks away, Canadians are wondering if one of the bright spots in Canada's long, dark winter will be another casualty of 2020 — and whether the country will ever get off the roller coaster of flattening the curve only to see cases soar again.
Nav Canada looking at cutting air traffic controller jobs at 7 towers across Canada
NAV Canada, hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, is considering cutting air traffic controllers jobs at seven towers across Canada in an effort to save money as the global health crisis continues to pummel air traffic.
NATO holds its breath as Trump plans for January withdrawal from Afghanistan
The NATO principle of one-for-all and all-for-one was the reason it — and by extension Canada — went into Afghanistan, but that assumption is being sorely tested by a U.S. administration that is in a hurry to wind things up.
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