Taylor Swift Tops Global Sales in 2023, Making History Again

Taylor Swift Tops Global Sales in 2023, Making History Again

New crown for Taylor Swift: the American singer topped global sales in 2023, for the fourth time since the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry …

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Staff Shortage Crisis in Pharmacy Departments on North Shore Health Establishments

Staff Shortage Crisis in Pharmacy Departments on North Shore Health Establishments

The staff shortage is hitting pharmacy departments hard in health establishments on the North Shore. In emergency rooms in the region alone, there is a …

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Rail Workers Union Warns of Potential Strike, Threatening Public Safety & Shipping Industry

Rail Workers Union Warns of Potential Strike, Threatening Public Safety & Shipping Industry

The union that represents more than 9,000 workers at Canada’s two largest rail companies says public safety is at stake as collective negotiations are currently …

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IMPAS in your Colonia: Free Health Services and Family Activities in Chihuahua

Chihuahua, Chih. as of February 13, 2024 With the aim of maintaining closeness with the families of the different neighborhoods of the Capital, as well …

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Indigenous Fisherman Cody Caplin Faces New Charges of Illegal Fishing in New Brunswick

Indigenous Fisherman Cody Caplin Faces New Charges of Illegal Fishing in New Brunswick

Indigenous fisherman Cody Caplin, a member of the Eel River Bar First Nation, was in Provincial Court in Campbellton, New Brunswick, Monday morning to answer …

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Indigenous Fashion Designer from Rigolet, Labrador, to Debut at New York Fashion Week with Nunatsiavut Models

Indigenous Fashion Designer from Rigolet, Labrador, to Debut at New York Fashion Week with Nunatsiavut Models

Fashion designer April Allen, originally from Rigolet, Labrador, will present her creations at the prestigious New York Fashion Week on Sunday evening. Indigenous models from …

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Forestry Company Boisaco Faces Setback After Quebec Bans Harvest of Burned Wood

Forestry Company Boisaco Faces Setback After Quebec Bans Harvest of Burned Wood

The forestry company Boisaco believes that it is now too late to harvest the wood burned north of the Pipmuacan reservoir after Quebec banned its …

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Simon Croz: Still Waiting for Resolution with Immigration Canada

Simon Croz: Still Waiting for Resolution with Immigration Canada

The setbacks of adopted Pistolois Simon Croz with Immigration Canada have still not been resolved. He is impatiently awaiting a new work permit, nine months …

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