Actor Joshua Jackson was in Toronto Tuesday to launch an annual suit campaign that helps unemployed Canadians to dress their best as they look for work. Throughout July, Canadians can donate their gently used professional clothing, including men's and women's suits, ties, and shoes to 126 Moores locations across the country. The clothes are then distributed to 65 local organizations that help men and women through job readiness programs and workforce assistance.
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The leadership at Empire Company Ltd., and Sobeys Inc., looks very different after a series of moves involving eight senior managers.
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