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ArcelorMittal Dofasco has been fined $130,000 plus a 25 per cent victim surcharge over two separate 2012 incidents that saw workers receive “critical”...
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ArcelorMittal Dofasco slapped with $162,500 in fines for safety violations

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ArcelorMittal Dofasco has been fined $130,000 plus a 25 per cent victim surcharge over two separate...

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Business | 15 hours ago

Startup offers Twitter feed for the universe

James Slifierz is betting the startup he co-founded can do a better job of processing the humungous amounts of space data...

Waterloo Region Record | by Terry Pender
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Hamilton Ebola whistleblower given provincial award

Labour activist Kathy MacKinnon has earned a provincial honour for blowing whistle on hospital’s failure to prepare staff to...

Hamilton Spectator | by Steve Arnold
Business | May 28, 2015

Tory MPP urges province to regulate Uber

Tory MPP Michael Harris is urging Kathleen Wynne government to bring in laws to permit Uber and other ride-hailing apps

OurWindsor.Ca | by Vanessa Lu
Business | May 28, 2015
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Mobile-game makers hunt elusive whales to stay afloat

Though the vast majority of gamers pay nothing, the elusive whales support mega games such as Candy Crush Saga that make...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Michael Lewis
Business | May 28, 2015
Airbag recall affects more than 1.5M in Canada-Image1

Airbag recall affects more than 1.5M in Canada

Takata airbag recall expanded to more than 1.5 million vehicles in Canada

Soccer | May 28, 2015
Visa becomes first FIFA sponsor to warn it could jump ship-Image1

Visa becomes first FIFA sponsor to warn it could jump ship

In wake of scandals, FIFA's sponsors call for change in how world football is managed

May 27, 2015

How Air Canada turned its pension around

A successful big bet on bonds and sacrifices by airlines’ employees both helped to erase a massive pension fund deficit

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Vanessa Lu
May 27, 2015

What do people check the price of most? It depends where you live

A map of Canadian cost obsessions based on Google search data

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Robin Levinson King
May 27, 2015

Tight spot for sponsors for Women's World Cup

Corruption charges put sponsors of Women's World Cup in tight spot: expert

May 27, 2015

Oliver opens door to voluntary CPP contributions

Finance minister Joe Oliver says federal government now willing to consider allowing Canadians to put more into the CPP.

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Dana Flavelle
May 27, 2015

Esentire picks Ireland for EU headquarters

Esentire chooses Ireland for new European cybersecurity headquarters

May 26, 2015

Air Canada opts out of pension arrangement

Airline announces a share buyback plan of as many as 10 million shares, targeting about 3.5 per cent of Air Canada’s stock

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Vanessa Lu
May 26, 2015

Looking for a spokesperson? Pick Liam Neeson

Looking for a celebrity to shill for your product? You can’t do much better than actor Liam Neeson.

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Daniel Otis
May 26, 2015

Air industry aims to create the consistency frequent flyers crave

Airlines and airports are working with security agencies on innovations that make flying less stressful, more predictable,...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Tess Kalinowski
May 26, 2015

Historic frost leaves vineyards in a pinch

Temperature plunge leaves Ontario vineyards scrambling to prevent crop damage

May 26, 2015

10 per cent to max out new TFSA limit: poll

10 per cent of those surveyed plan to max out new TFSA annual limit: CIBC poll

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