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    Disgruntled Air Canada workers rally at Pearson

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    TORONTO, Ont. – Hundreds of disgruntled Air Canada unions rallied at Pearson Airport, Thursday, a day before one of the unions could serve the mandatory 72 hour strike notice. Nearly 4,000 Air Canada support staff could walk off the job on June 13 should their union not reach an agreement with the airline. A proposal

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  • Canada Post and striking postal workers have met to see if they can find common ground as rotating postal strikes take place today in 13 smaller cities across the country. Canada Post trucks and a strike sign are seen in Calgary, Alta., Wednesday, June 8, 2011. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh

    Canada Post strike hits Kitchener

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    Canada Post says contract talks with its urban workers have stalled.

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    Expert: Air Canada strike impact would be minimal

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    Customer service and sales staff at Air Canada could be walking the picket line as soon as Monday, but an airline analyst says most people probably wouldn’t even notice.

  • Teen arrested in paintball attack

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    Police have made an arrest in a paintball attack in Waterloo on May 28th.

  • Centre in the Square lineup announced

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    Kitchener’s Centre in the Square has announced its line-up for the 2011-2012 season.

  • Balsillie’s NHL dream not over

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    Research In Motion co-CEO Jim Balsillie’s dream of becoming an NHL team owner may be closer to coming to fruition than it has ever been.

  • Guelph Food Bank hit by wild weather

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    The high winds and heavy rain from Wednesday’s storm have left the Guelph Food bank in need of the community’s help.

  • 115 in a 60 zone

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    A Guelph man faces several charges after being caught travelling almost twice as fast as the limit.

  • More wild weather

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    For the third day in a row an early-morning thunderstorm caused some damage and power outages in the Region. We’ve got video of a downed power line sparking across a street and causing an outage.

  • Clean up continues

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    Chainsaws will be roaring across southern Ontario today as people clean up toppled trees and other damage following yesterday’s storms.