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Sears Selling Some of Their Leases
More trouble for Sears Canada. The company says it is selling the leases on five more of its department stores, including a London store -- at Masonville Mall, and its flagship Sears location in Toronto's Eaton Centre. The $400 million transaction is the largest sale of leases since the retailer began shedding assets and cutting jobs in an effort to turn around its struggling operations. 965 employees will be affected across the board. Sears Canada says employees affected will have the option to apply for other available jobs within the company. read more...

ENTERTAINMENT

Recent Entertainment Headlines

31.10.2014

Widow says Stanley Kubrick a perfectionist as TIFF exhibit on director opens

TORONTO - Stanley Kubrick was a perfectionist who cared fiercely about every detail in his films, says his widow as a new exhibit chronicling his life's work opens in Toronto.

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31.10.2014

'Masterchef Junior' talent level even higher than last season, says judge

TORONTO - If you were blown away watching the kid contestants on the inaugural run of "Masterchef Junior" just wait for Season Two, says judge Graham Elliot.

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31.10.2014

Move over, Helen Mirren: Kristin Scott Thomas to play Queen Elizabeth II in 'The Audience'

LONDON - Kristin Scott Thomas is about to don Helen Mirren's tiara.

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HEALTH

Recent Health Headlines

31.10.2014

Canada won't issue visas to residents of countries with widespread Ebola

TORONTO - Canada is following in Australia's footsteps and has closed its doors, effectively immediately, to people from the West African countries battling Ebola.

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31.10.2014

Time is up on changes to refugee health care, court tells government

TORONTO - The Federal Court of Appeal has rejected the Conservative government's efforts to buy more time before implementing a new policy of health care for refugee claimants.

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31.10.2014

Alberta pays $900K to health executive fired for spending on meals, car phone, butler

EDMONTON - Alberta taxpayers will be shelling out $900,000 to settle a lawsuit filed by a former health executive fired over lavish expenses.

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Local Sports News

Bender On The Way
Tim Bender has made his way across the pond to London, Ontario. The London Knights selected Bender, a German defenseman, in the 2013 Canadian Hockey ... read more...