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Boggio Family of Pharmacies pays it forward

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Boggio Family of Pharmacies pays it forward

Boggio Family of Pharmacies showed their support recently for United Way of Niagara when Aaron and Kyle Boggio, Donnie Edwards and staff presented a cheque for $15,000 to the organization. “We wouldn’t be able to help our community like this without the generosity of all of our excellent staff,” explains Aaron Boggio, Co-owner of Boggio […]

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Student entrepreneurs strike a chord at Pitch Perfect competition

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Student entrepreneurs strike a chord at Pitch Perfect competition

Auto Girls – an auto shop run by women, for women – topped a strong field of student-created business ideas at Niagara College’s Pitch Perfect competition held Wednesday April 18/2018. The event was hosted at the Southbrook Winery in Niagara-on-the-Lake and organized by ncTakeOff, Niagara College’s entrepreneurship hub. Eight teams of students from the college’s School […]

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Walmart grocery pick up launched in St. Catharines and Welland

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Walmart grocery pick up launched in St. Catharines and Welland

Walmart Canada announced Monday April 23/2018 the launch of Walmart Grocery Pickup in St. Catharines and in Welland. This free service allows consumers to shop for their groceries online on Walmart.ca, or through the Walmart app, and pick up at their local Walmart store. From the comfort of home, on a break at work, or […]

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Canadian shipping applauds “historic international CO2 reduction strategy”

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Canadian shipping applauds “historic international CO2 reduction strategy”

The Chamber of Marine Commerce (CMC) fully supports the ambitious strategy adopted by the UN International Maritime Organization to reduce global marine shipping’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by at least 50 per cent by 2050. “An international agreement on this scale is an important first step towards developing a global path to reducing the carbon […]

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Ontario inspecting workplaces to protect workers’ health and safety

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Ontario inspecting workplaces to protect workers’ health and safety

Province to target high-risk sectors and repeat offenders Ontario is conducting more than two dozen inspection blitzes in 2018-2019 to ensure employers are meeting health, safety and employment standards at workplaces across the province. Enforcement staff will visit workplaces such as warehouses, “big box” retail, grocery stores, chemical manufacturing plants, pulp and paper mills, hotels, […]

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Goodman School of Business remains among world’s best

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Goodman School of Business remains among world’s best

Brock University press release – Brock University’s Goodman School of Business has reaffirmed its place among the world’s most acclaimed business programs. The business school has been re-accredited by  AACSB International—The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the longest serving and most prestigious global accrediting body for business schools. Fewer than five per […]

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