On April 9. 2015, Andy Sokhan texted Gordon Graham saying that he thought that the crane that he was operating was dangerous. Graham, a...
Reprinted with permission from the CCPA The Monitor
On April 9. 2015, Andy Sokhan texted Gordon Graham saying that he thought that the crane that he was operating was dangerous. Graham, a supervisor for the construction company Forma-Con told Sokhan that if it the crane could be dangerous to use, it should be shut down.
When Loblaw Inc. admitted to price fixing, their $25 giftcard scheme was already in motion.
During the fall of 2005, the Ontario Liberals were deliberating on how to break one of the few promises they kept from the 2003 election. The tuition fee freeze that they introduced for the two academic years between 2004–2006, would come to an end.
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