Port Stanley Foodland
BRENDA JOHNSTON RE/MAX Sales
Flowers by Rosita
Brian Miller
Elgin Chrysler Dodge Jeep
Dan Salhani Your Local Century 21 Network Agent

CBC Top Stories

P.E.I. widow awarded benefits after husband's death linked to workplace bullying

Eric Donovan

A Prince Edward Island woman has won a three-year battle to get benefits after the Workers Compensation Board linked her husband's death to workplace bullying.

full story

Trump takes 1st step in NAFTA renegotiation: Sends draft letter to Congress

Trump Health Overhaul

The Trump administration has taken an early step in renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement, sending Congress a draft list of priorities that expresses hope for change in a broad range of areas. Now Congress will be involved in revising that list.

full story

Lynn Beyak tells residential school survivors she wants audit of all First Nations spending

Lynn Beyak

After hearing testimony about the atrocities committed in residential schools, Senator Lynn Beyak asked survivors at the Senate's Aboriginal peoples committee Wednesday what they thought about her plan for a national audit on all First Nations spending.

full story

Conservative leadership candidates have 2 days to decide if they want out

Conservatives Debate 20170224

Conservative candidates for the leadership need to drop out before Friday if they want to keep their names off the final ballot and avoid the ignominy of finishing 14th.

full story

Girls who died in Caledonia crash were on their way home from laser tag

Caledonia crash

Three people are dead and four others are in hospital following a crash on Wednesday night on a rural road near Caledonia, Ont.

full story

Calgary mosque tainted by 'dark element' of radicalization to close doors this week

Navaid Aziz

A Calgary mosque that became a focus in terrorism investigations after several men who prayed there left to fight abroad is closing its doors Friday — a move that Imam Navaid Aziz says gives him and his community a sense of relief.

full story

'Sometimes, I blame myself': Robert Hall's girlfriend on surviving hostage-taking that killed Canadian

Marites Flor portrait

In 2016, Canadians Robert Hall and John Ridsdel were killed by militants who held them hostage in the Philippines. Hall's girlfriend, Marites Flor, was also taken and spoke to CBC about the harrowing ordeal.

full story

LGBT military members, civil servants merge class action lawsuits

Todd Ross - LGBT Class Action Lawsuit

Military members and civil servants have merged class action lawsuits seeking damages from the federal government for anti-LGBT discrimination that led to employees being interrogated and fired for their sexual orientation.

full story

CBC Business

CIBC boosts takeover offer for PrivateBancorp to more than $6B

CIBC PrivateBancorp 20161207

Shares of Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce traded lower Thursday after the bank boosted its takeover bid for PrivateBancorp by 20 per cent.

full story

TD Bank reviewing sales practices, CEO Bharat Masrani tells AGM

TD Bank Bharat Masrani

TD Bank says it is reviewing concerns about its sales practices in light of reports that some employees allegedly broke the law in order to meet sales targets and keep their jobs.

full story

Trump takes 1st step in NAFTA renegotiation: Sends draft letter to Congress

Trump Health Overhaul

The Trump administration has taken an early step in renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement, sending Congress a draft list of priorities that expresses hope for change in a broad range of areas. Now Congress will be involved in revising that list.

full story

Via Rail's $150 passes for unlimited travel sold out

Via rail train

A day after the sales website crashed due to overwhelming demand, Via Rail says its $150 passes for unlimited travel across Canada in July are now sold out.

full story

'Very depressing': CIBC staff losing jobs to workers in India, expected to help with training

CIBC layoffs outsourcing india

CIBC is eliminating up to 130 jobs in its Toronto finance department and sending the work to India. Staff losing their positions must train other local CIBC employees, who will then train workers in India to take over the jobs.

full story

More than $200M invested at Ford plant in Windsor, Ont., by federal and provincial governments

Ford workers ready to greet Trudeau

The federal and and provincial governments are investing more than $200 million in a new engine program at Ford's Essex Engine Plant in Windsor, Ont., as part of a $1-billion partnership with the company to "create and maintain" almost 800 jobs.

full story

Follow Us

Thursday, March 30, 2017 | | Welcome Guest !

World's 1st Proportional Viewing News Web Site. February 5, 2008. Copyright © PortStanleyNews.com

Copyright © 2004 - 2017 Port Stanley News.com All Rights Reserved ISSN 1718-8695