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John Derringer leaves Q107 amid investigation

Longtime radio personality John Derringer is leaving his position as host of Q107’s ‘Derringer in the Morning’ after 22 years amid an investigation into verbal abuse and gender discrimination in the workplace. Q107, a Toronto rock station owned by Corus Entertainment, made the announcement Tuesday in a statement shared to their Twitter profile. “Q107 and …

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Tesla says it is lobbying Ontario government to build a factory

Aug 9 (Reuters) — Tesla Inc TSLA.O is lobbying the Ontario government as part of an effort to set up an “advanced manufacturing facility” in Canada, a filing by the electric-vehicle maker to the province’s Office of the Integrity Commissioner showed. The company’s Canadian unit is working with the government to “identify opportunities for industrial …

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Tesla says it is lobbying Ontario government to build a factory

Aug 9 (Reuters) — Tesla Inc TSLA.O is lobbying the Ontario government as part of an effort to set up an “advanced manufacturing facility” in Canada, a filing by the electric-vehicle maker to the province’s Office of the Integrity Commissioner showed. The company’s Canadian unit is working with the government to “identify opportunities for industrial …

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Ontario Cannabis Store unable to make deliveries after partner faces cyberattack

Tara Deschamps, The Canadian Press Published Monday, August 8, 2022 10:49PM EDT Last Updated Monday, August 8, 2022 11:33PM EDT TORONTO – The Ontario Cannabis Store says a cyberattack faced by one of its logistics partners has left the provincial pot distributor unable to process or …

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GO Transit workers vote 93 per cent in favor of strike mandate

The union representing 2,200 GO Transit bus operators, station attendants, plant and fleet maintenance workers, transit safety officers, and office professionals says their members have voted 93 per cent in favor of going on strike if necessary. In a release issued early Monday, Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU) Local 1587 accused provincial Crown agency Metrolinx of …

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GTA real estate prices could continue to fall amid large housing correction, RBC says

A housing correction which has already led to four consecutive months of price declines in the previously overheated Greater Toronto Area market could end up becoming “one of the deepest of the past half a century,” a new report from RBC warns. New data released by the Toronto Regional Real Estate Board (TRREB) last week …

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Winning Lotto Max tickets worth millions still unclaimed in Toronto

There are currently two multi-million Lotto Max prizes sold in Toronto yet to be claimed, the OLG says. One, worth $55-million, is from Friday’s draw and the other, worth $70-million, is from the June 28 draw. In addition to these grand prizes, an encore prize winning ticket from last night’s draw, worth $100,000, is waiting …

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