canada vacancies: These two Canadian provinces have added 4,00,000 vacancies in one month alone

As Canada grapples with an acute labor shortage, the crisis deepened for Ontario and Saskatchewan in September. On a monthly basis, job openings increased in Ontario (+7.4% to 375,700) and Saskatchewan (+12.2% to 26,700), while declining or changing little in the other provinces. Do you want to know if you are eligible for immigration? click … Read more

Opinion: The real source of the BC housing crisis: governments, taxes and bureaucracy

A tradesman works on a balcony of an apartment building under construction in Burnaby, BC, on March 2.DARRYL DYCK/The Canadian Press Brent Sawchyn is CEO of PC Urban Properties, a real estate development company based in Vancouver. Housing supply and affordability is one of the major issues across Canada, and the situation is particularly dire … Read more

Ben Simmons stats, Brooklyn Nets v Toronto Raptors, Dallas Mavericks v Boston Celtics, Jayson Tatum, Luka Doncic

Ben Simmons continued his resurgence as the Nets rebounded. Plus Luka Doncic and Jayson Tatum put on a show, and more. Stay up to date with all the action of the day in our NBA wrap! Watch an average of 9 LIVE NBA Regular Season games per week on ESPN on Kayo Sports on ESPN … Read more

AC/DC singer Brian Johnson finally digs into a ‘conspiracy theory’ about the band’s hit song

It’s been 42 years since the release of one of the greatest rock records of all time, AC/DC’s Back in black. And at the time, English singer Brian Johnson was haunted by a “conspiracy theory” about who penned the 1980s hit. Rumors persist that the late Bon Scott, who fronted the Aussie band before his … Read more

AC/DC singer Brian Johnson finally digs into a ‘conspiracy theory’ about the band’s hit song

It’s been 42 years since the release of one of the greatest rock albums of all time, AC/DC’s Back in Black. And in the four decades since, English singer Brian Johnson has been dogged by a “conspiracy theory” about who penned the 1980s hit. Rumors persist that the late Bon Scott, who fronted the Aussie … Read more

The health unit ramps up student vaccination efforts amid a triple viral threat

The local health unit is increasingly focusing on child immunization as academics are not the only area where some students have fallen behind due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Health Unit of Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District is reviewing vaccination records for nearly 2,300 grades 3 and 11 students in the region. The practice was … Read more

NHL 2022: Ryan Reynolds Expresses Interest In Buying NHL Team Ottawa Senators

Actor Ryan Reynolds has his eyes on a major sports purchase and reveals he is interested in buying the NHL franchise the Ottawa Senators. The 30-year-old team is up for sale after the estate of former owner Eugene Melnyk, who owned the Senators since 2003, died in March at age 62. His daughters have been … Read more

Doug Ford is hammering away at public sector wages too soon

Ontario Premier Doug speaks at a press conference at Queen’s Park in Toronto on Nov. 7.Nathan Denette/The Canadian Press The hubris resulting from winning a second-majority government prompted the Progressive Conservatives of Ontario Prime Minister Doug Ford to push forward legislation that would preventively ban education workers from striking. For the record, Bill 28 invoked … Read more

Early flu season and new COVID variant concerns care unit

Influenza is making up for lost time after being kept at bay for two seasons thanks to COVID-19 safety protocols. Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Officer Dr. Natalie Bocking begs the public to return to masking and avoid large indoor gatherings as both COVID-19 and flu virus numbers rise; the last almost two months … Read more

CUPE’s initial pay is ambitious but expected when inflation is considered, labor relations experts say

Hundreds of CUPE New Brunswick members and supporters protested in front of the New Brunswick Legislature in Fredericton, NB, on Nov. 2, 2021.Stephen MacGillivray/The Canadian Press Ontario education workers’ initial wage demand — an annual increase of 11.7 percent in hourly wages — was an ambitious one, labor relations experts say, but expected given inflationary … Read more