Tuesday , January 19 2021


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Aki Sushi will be present at Adonis

Quebec company Aki Sushi will make its debut at Marché Adonis, which will open its doors on January 21 in Quebec City. This new restaurant-counter represents an important step in the growth of the company which, for the first time, is moving into a grocery store other than Metro, even …

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Order of 60 school buses for Lion

The Compagnie Électrique Lion de Saint-Jérôme has just received its largest order for 100% electric school buses from Autobus Groupe Séguin, which buys 60 on its own, has learned The newspaper. • Read also: Amazon buys thousands of trucks from Lion de Saint-Jérôme “Ultimately, our ambition is to electrify our …

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Can an employer offer “vaccine bonuses”?

Several companies around the world are offering bonuses to their employees to encourage them to be vaccinated against COVID-19. The American chain Dollar General, for example, has announced that it will offer the equivalent of four hours of extra pay to its employees who receive a vaccine. A delivery company, …

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Erin O’Toole worries about Keystone XL ending

Conservative Party Leader Erin O’Toole fears the end of the Keystone XL pipeline extension project in the United States. Several media reported over the weekend that the new US President-elect Joe Biden will revoke the authorizations for this project to go ahead upon his inauguration on Tuesday. Listen to Caroline …

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Eurostar soon in default of payment

The cross-Channel company Eurostar, undermined by the COVID-19 pandemic, warns that it could find itself in default of payment at the end of spring if the British and French governments do not come to its rescue. “The disaster is possible,” Eurostar director general Jacques Damas told AFP on Monday. A …

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