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Online gambling has come a long way since it came into being around 1994. In a manner of saying, onlineportals are old enough to do its own gambling now! Times have changed massively though ever since such developments. Now you can find literally hundreds of websites and virtually any type of legal gambling you can possibly think of. There are poker tables, sports betting, online casinos, horse racing betting to the more basic bingo and lotteries to be found online at beatthebookies.co/best-bookies-offers/.

 

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Once you find a betting website all you need to do is just register using your financial info and you are set up. Most websites offer free bet

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Flight Delay Compensation laws coming to Canada`

Unlike our American neighbors, Canada is seen as a much fairer and safer country which looks after its people more than its companies. As you can see from the dire situation of air travel in the states where there are currently airports where over a 1/4 of the flights leaving are delayed by a certain amount of time. Well fortunately we dont have anything as bad as this in Canada however its been said that the Government is about to pass legislation which allows travelers whether they are from Canada or flying from Canada to be able to lodge a flight delay compensation claim against the offending airline, we will be able to benefit from …


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Occupy London Ontario calls for global solidarity action against Caterpillar, Inc.

(London, Ontario, Jan 8, 2012) – Calling on Occupy Movements around the world to join Occupy London Ontario in a show of solidarity with workers illegally locked out by Caterpillar, Inc.

Two weeks from today, on January 21, thousands of union members and their community allies will converge on London, Ontario, Canada, in solidarity with hundreds of workers who have been illegally locked out by their employer, Electro-Motive Diesel, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Caterpillar, Inc.

The company is trying to impose a reduction in hourly wages of over 50%, the elimination of retiree benefits, and an end to the workers’ defined benefit pension plan, among other attacks. In the third quarter of 2011, Caterpillar posted …


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Occupy Ottawa on Thursday, June 30, 2016: Key stories of the day

This week is shaping up to be an explosive one. Canadian farmers aggrieved by the Harper Conservative government’s ongoing effort to kill the Canadian Wheat Board have launched a $15.4 billion class action lawsuit against the federal government. This is our key story of the day. But we also bring you bits and pieces from the official Occupy Ottawa website and the global Occupy movement.

Canada:

  • Late last year, Parliament passed Bill C-18, which seeks to end the Canadian Wheat Board’s single desk authority effective August 1, 2012. Today, the news is that the affected farmers are fighting back! They are seeking $15.4 billion in damages as compensation for the end of farmers’ control

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January 2016 protest actions by Occupy Ottawa and allies in Canada and the US

A protest on Parliament Hill to end Omnibus Crime Bill C-10. Ending violence against indigenous women. A teach-in for Crime Bill C-10. Occupy Toronto Activist Assembly. Martin Luther King Day of Action. Occupy Congress. These are some of the actions being facilitated by Occupy Ottawa and allies in Ottawa, Canada and the US.

OCCUPY OTTAWA ACTIONS

Action: Ending Violence Against Indigenous Women

  • When: Tuesday, January 17, 2012 at 6:00pm
  • Where: McNabb Community Centre, Ottawa, ON
  • Host: Occupy Ottawa: Indigenous Solidarity Action
  • Online action page: Facebook: Ending Violence Against Indigenous Women

Details: Kristen Gilchrest and Bridget Tolley from Families of sisters and Spirit will be talking with us about the violence against Indigenous women and how …