An NDP private member's bill aims to help consumers get the real deal when shopping for organic products. Right now in Ontario, any food both produced and sold inside the province can legally be labelled "organic" without any kind of certification to back up the claim. That's not the case for foods brought in from other provinces or countries. For those foods, federal rules apply, rules which disallow the use of the term unless the label also contains the name of the certification body.
A chalkboard sits on the sidewalk outside of Another Story, the first sign that this isn’t your typical bookstore.
The collapse of Sears has brought a dark cloud over the Avalon Mall as the sprawling shopping centre celebrates its 50th birthday, writes John Gushue.
Afterwords bookstore, which opened in downtown St. John's in 1972, posted a sign in the window this week saying it could no longer stay open.