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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

26.09.2016

Jeffrey Tambor says 'Transparent' has been a life-changing experience

TORONTO — Playing a transgender woman who comes out to her family in her twilight years has done more than add a slew of accolades and awards to Jeffrey Tambor's resume.

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26.09.2016

Life-size bronze statue of Glenn Frey installed in Winslow

WINSLOW, Ariz. — A life-sized bronze statue of the late singer-songwriter Glenn Frey of the Eagles has been installed in the "Standing On The Corner" Park in Winslow, Arizona.

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26.09.2016

End scene: A quick look at the rise and fall of video-on-demand service Shomi

TORONTO — Some quick facts about Shomi, the video-on-demand service that announced Monday it was shutting down on Nov. 30:

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HEALTH

Recent Health Headlines

26.09.2016

Saskatchewan town getting 2 new doctors; health region working on reopening ER

PREECEVILLE, Sask. — A Saskatchewan town is getting two new physicians to fill vacant positions.

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26.09.2016

Spending squabble looms as pressure mounts on Liberals over health spending

OTTAWA — A fresh bout of bickering over health care spending loomed on Canada's political horizon Monday as the federal Liberal government came under opposition fire for its apparent refusal to fully restore transfer payments to the provinces.

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26.09.2016

Walking is medicine? It helped high-risk seniors stay mobile

WASHINGTON — It's not too late to get moving: Simple physical activity — mostly walking — helped high-risk seniors stay mobile after disability-inducing ailments even if, at 70 and beyond, they'd long been couch potatoes.

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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...