Government says agreement in principle reached with Doctors Nova Scotia

Written by admin on 16/07/2019 Categories: 长沙夜网

An agreement in principle has been reached between the Nova Scotia government and 2,850 voting members of Doctors Nova Scotia.

The doctors have been operating under an expired contract since March 2015, and negotiations have been ongoing for about a year.

Doctors Nova Scotia says more details need to be confirmed before it will officially become a tentative agreement and then the information on the deal will be sent out to its members across the province.

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“We’re pleased to have reached this agreement in principle,” Doctors Nova Scotia spokesperson Barbara Johnson said.

The agreement is for a four year period.

No details of the tentative deal will be released until the decision is ratified by members. A vote on the deal is scheduled for late June.

Johnson said to the best of the organization’s knowledge, a tentative deal has never been rejected by membership.

Premier Stephen McNeil said he’s “grateful and thankful to reach a tentative agreement,” with the doctors. He said the deal is within the government’s fiscal plan but wouldn’t elaborate further on what that means for any increases in billing rates for doctors.

In December, the Liberals pushed through wage legislation for all public sector workers that if enforced would impose a two-year wage freeze followed by a one per cent raise in the third year, 1.5 per cent at the start and 0.5 per cent at the end of the fourth year. The doctors association was exempt from the wage pattern in the bill but lost its right to arbitration.

If the agreement in principle is approved it will be retroactive to April 1, 2015.

– With files from .

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Google patents sticky glue to catch pedestrians hit by self-driving cars

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Google has come up with a strange way to help pedestrians should they be hit by one of the company’s self-driving cars – sticky glue.

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The idea is pretty simple – the self-driving car would have a sticky glue-like adhesive layer positioned on the front hood, front bumper and the sides of the vehicle, according to a recently published patent application from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

That way, if the car were to hit a pedestrian, they would “stick” to the hood of the car instead of bouncing back onto the road.

READ MORE: Google files patent for smart teddy bear that would watch, listen to users

“In the event of a collision between a vehicle and a pedestrian, injury to the pedestrian is often caused not only by the initial impact of the vehicle and the pedestrian, but also by the ensuing, secondary impact between the pedestrian and the road surface or other object,” reads the patent.

“The adhesive bonds the pedestrian to the vehicle so that the pedestrian remains with the vehicle until it stops, and is not thrown from the vehicle, thereby preventing a secondary impact between the pedestrian and the road surface or other object.”

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The adhesive is described like a double-sided duct tape in the patent filing.

READ MORE: Airbus files patent for bizarre ‘stacked’ passenger seating

While this sounds like a great way to coat your car in road debris and bugs, Google notes that the adhesive portion of the hood would be coated until impact with a pedestrian, exposing the sticky layer.

Although the patent filing was published this week, Google applied for the patent back in 2014. A patent filing does not necessarily mean that Google plans to use this strange safety feature.

However, there are still a number of outstanding questions regarding this safety contraption. For example, what if the car was to lose control after the collision and the person was left stuck to the hood of the car?

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John Berry, founding member of the Beastie Boys, dies at 52

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DANVERS, Mass. – John Berry, a founding member of the Beastie Boys who left the group before it found major label success, has died. He was 52.

Berry died Thursday morning at a hospice in Danvers, Massachusetts, following a long battle with frontotemporal dementia, according to his stepmother, Louise Berry, of Stamford, Connecticut. He had been in declining health and spent the last three to four years in medical facilities, she said.

Frontotemporal dementia is a progressive disease that has no cure, according to the Mayo Clinic.

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READ MORE: Adam Yauch of the Beastie Boys dies at 47

Berry’s interest in music blossomed as a teen after he moved to New York City, his father, John Berry III, told The Associated Press. Berry met future bandmate Michael Diamond at the Walden School in Manhattan. The pair founded the Beastie Boys as a punk outfit in 1981 along with Adam Yauch and Kate Schellenbach.

Berry III’s Manhattan loft was an ideal practice space for the fledgling band, he said. Yauch paid tribute to Berry and those early practice sessions in a letter read at the group’s 2012 induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The letter fondly recalled his former bandmate using expletives to describe the group’s early music.

Berry left the group shortly after playing guitar on its 1982 debut EP, “Polly Wog Stew.” As the band became a more professional outfit, Berry “wasn’t up for that rigour,” according to his father.

“He was not amenable to authority,” he said.

READ MORE: Plane Talk: NDP MP Nathan Cullen hopes to slip Beastie Boys lyric into Commons speech

Berry “remained friendly” with Yauch and Diamond after leaving the group and continued to pursue his interests in both music and art, his father said.

“He had a very good artist’s way of looking at the world,” he added.

Co-founding member Yauch, also known as MCA, died at 47 after a battle with cancer four years ago this month.

Berry is survived by an adult son. His family plans a celebration of his life in the fall.

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City to Commonwealth-area resident: your yard is not a parking lot

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With Beyoncé kicking off Commonwealth Stadium’s event season Friday night, the City of Edmonton is issuing a reminder to area residents that selling or providing parking spaces for stadium-goers on private property is illegal.

Allowing drivers to park in their driveway or on their lawn for a fee — usually $10 or $20 — was a common practice up until the early 2000s, when the city kiboshed the practice.

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    The city reminds residents that selling private parking spaces violate two bylaws and can be issued two fines: $450 for operating without a business licence, and $1,000 for operating without a development permit.

    As well, on-street parking is limited during major stadium events and only vehicles displaying a valid permit can park in the residential areas around the stadium. Vehicles parked illegally will be fined $75 and may be towed. To get your vehicle back, drivers will have to pay $120, plus a $35 per day storage fee.

    WATCH: Beyonce’s new world tour kicked off in Miami and if the first show is any indication, expect all her hits, tons of “Lemonade”, and a shout-out to Jay Z. ET Canada has the latest.

    Those going to the Beyoncé concert are encouraged to take the bus or LRT.

    READ MORE: Beyonce announces world tour stop in Edmonton

    Starting at 6p.m. Friday, Park & Ride service will be available from six locations around the city. Regular ETS fares apply.

    Stadium gates open at 5:30 p.m. with the opening act set to begin at 7:30 p.m.

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Canada’s inflation rate rises to 1.7 per cent in April

Written by admin on 15/06/2019 Categories: 长沙夜网

OTTAWA – The annual pace of inflation in Canada picked up in April as the impact of lower energy prices moderated and the cost of food and shelter continued to rise.

Statistics Canada said Friday that the consumer price index climbed 1.7 per cent in April compared with a year ago and was up from a 1.3 per cent increase in March.

The Bank of Canada’s core inflation, which excludes some of the most volatile items, also increased. up 2.2 per cent compared with a year ago and higher than the 2.1 per cent pace set in March.

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Bank of Montreal senior economist Robert Kavcic said the rise in prices counterbalances some of the weaker data that has come out for March ahead of the Bank of Canada’s interest rate announcement next week.

READ MORE: Why a rising loonie could mean a shrinking grocery bill

“The (central) bank is going to be looking at some softer data on the one hand, but pretty sticky core inflation on the other hand,” Kavcic said.

“When they meet next week, they are probably going to add all of that up and see them pretty firmly on the sidelines, still not moving on interest rates.”

In addition to inflation, Statistics Canada also reported Friday that retail sales fell 1.0 per cent to $43.8 billion in March after posting gains in January and February. Economists had expected a drop of 0.6 per cent, according to Thomson Reuters.

The weaker than expected retail sales figures followed lower manufacturing and wholesale sales results for March that were released earlier in the week.

The Bank of Montreal said it now expects the economy to contract in the second quarter due to the weak hand-off from the first three months of the year and the oilsands production shutdowns in Alberta due to forest fires.

“Going into the second quarter things are going to get quite a bit tougher,” said Kavcic, who expects to the economy to swing back to growth in the third quarter.

CIBC chief economist Avery Shenfeld said the inflation was firmer than expected, but noted that it included some one-time impacts like the drop in the loonie last year.

“Canada’s economy in the first quarter came in like a lion but went out like a lamb, as retail sales joined other indicators in pointing to a much more subdued picture in March,” Shenfeld wrote in a note to clients.

“Overall, today’s data is a saw-off for markets, with retail’s sag countered by a bit firmer CPI.”

The inflation report noted that energy prices in April were down 3.2 per cent compared with a year ago, but the drop was much smaller than the 7.8 per cent decline in March.

Gasoline in April was down 5.8 per cent compared with a year ago, while natural gas fell 12.8 per cent and fuel oil plunged 19.3 per cent. The moves compared with drops of 13.6 per cent, 17.4 per cent and 25.8 per cent respectively for March.

Meanwhile, fresh vegetables were up 11.7 per cent year-over-year in April, food from restaurants was up 2.7 per cent and passenger vehicles gained 4.6 per cent. Electricity costs were up 6.5 per cent.

Prices were up in seven of the eight major components compared with a year ago.

The clothing and footwear group was the only one of eight major index components to see a drop. It moved down 0.2 per cent. Women’s clothing slipped 0.5 per cent, while men’s clothing was unchanged.

Prices were up in nine of 10 provinces compared with a year ago. Alberta held steady.

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Everything parents need to know about Calgary summer camps

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Global News teamed up with Calgary’s Child Magazine to explore summer camp options in and around Calgary, and answer some frequently-asked questions from parents.

How do I determine which camp my child will enjoy?

Calgary’s Child Magazine Publisher and Editor-in-Chief Ellen Percival suggests looking into camps that align with your child’s interests.

Camps for active children

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If you have an active child, you can check out programs offered at the Calgary Gymnastics Centre, where the philosophy is “gymnastics for all” and no prior gymnastics experience is necessary.

In addition, there are many sport-specific camps available in Calgary, as well as general day camps that offer some physical education time combined with crafts and field trips.

“We are so blessed in Calgary to have so many choices,” Percival said. “There’s swimming, diving, synchronized swimming, water polo, surfing, fencing, martial arts, climbing, bouldering, football, basketball, volleyball, track and field.”

WATCH: Leslie Horton explores which Calgary summer camps parents can check out if they have active kids.

Camps for animal lovers

If your child is an animal lover, Percival suggests looking into the programs offered at Butterfield Acres, the Calgary Zoo and the Calgary Humane Society.

“If you want the farm experience there’s several farms around Calgary,” Percival said. “They do some mucking out of the stalls and looking after the animals.”

“There are some wonderful options in Calgary.”

WATCH: Leslie Horton explores which Calgary summer camps parents can check out if their kids are animal lovers.

How do you know if your kids are ready for sleepaway camp?

If your kids have had successful sleepovers with family or friends and are okay spending a few days away from mom and dad, Percival suggests you may consider a residential camp.

“For extra insurance, we always say take along a buddy. Lots of camps will let you do that,” Percival said.

There are many sleepaway camp options in the Calgary area, including Camp Chief Hector, which is run by the YMCA.

Heritage Park also runs weekly residential camps where kids get to leave the modern world behind and immerse themselves in a simpler time.

WATCH: Leslie Horton gets some tips on how to tell if your child is ready to try an overnight camp.

Complete Calgary camp listing

CLICK HERE to view the 2016 Summer Camp and Program Guide from Calgary’s Child Magazine.

– With files from Leslie Horton

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‘We can’t be the United Nations’: Frozen dessert shop owner defends English-only ordering policy

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A Milwaukee custard shop owner is defending his English-only ordering policy.

WITI-TV reports the policy at Leon’s Frozen Custard became public on Tuesday after a Spanish-speaking customer was told by a Spanish-speaking employee that she was only allowed to take his order in English.

READ MORE: NB language commissioner reviews complaints of English-only service

Shop owner Ron Schneider says that the policy has been in place for more than a decade. He tells WISN-TV that he doesn’t want to encourage non-English orders because it’s going to be “a problem down the road,” adding that “we can’t be the United Nations.” He says no customer has ever been turned away.

“I specifically tell (my employees) that I really don’t want you to speak anything other than English at the window,” said Schneider. “A good number of people who might come up and talk Spanish also speak English.”

Joey Sanchez, who was in line behind the Spanish-speaking customer who was to she had to speak English, said he doesn’t understand why the dessert shop wouldn’t serve Spanish-speaking customers if they have employees who speak Spanish.

“If they cannot speak Spanish, that’s completely another game,” said Sanchez. “But if they have the people who can clearly speak Spanish and communicate better with the customer, why not?”

Sanchez also tried to order in Spanish but received a similar response from a store employee.

WATCH: Dessert shop criticized over discriminatory English-only ordering policy

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    Although some customers have begun boycotting the store, the controversial ordering policy hasn’t deterred everybody with a sweet-tooth.

    “They’re living here, working here for Lord knows how long and they haven’t even bothered to learn the language?” Louise Bozek said.

    READ MORE: Alberta’s English-only laws are constitutional: Supreme Court of Canada

    “This is America. That’s the bottom line,” added Dave Katzner. “You want to come here and live? You learn the language.”

    “We speak English. Can’t we just do business that way?” asked Schneider.

    WITI reports the Wisconsin chapter of the League of United Latin American Citizens says the policy violates federal labour law. The group is calling for a government investigation, while Schneider now reportedly says he will meet with the group.

    LULAC of Wisconsin’s State Director Dr. Arturo Martinez released a statement:

    “In the last 24 hours, LULAC of Wisconsin has received numerous requests to investigate the issue of workplace policy as it pertains to language at Leon’s Frozen Custard located at 3131 S. 27th Street in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

    While many of us consider this as a community institution, it was surprising when we learned of their language policy, which is in clear violation of federal labor law.

    Upon reviewing the statements made by management in a video interview detailing Leon’s policy, we are requesting an investigation of this policy by the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. The law is clear on this issue and offers few exceptions.

    In the meantime, we encourage management to review their current employment policies with counsel to bring them into compliance. We are confident that in doing so, it will lead to a stronger business and a stronger community.”

    With files from The Associated Press.

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Massive frozen food recall affects over 400 products from many stores

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DES MOINES, Iowa – Amid a massive frozen foods recall involving millions of packages of fruits and vegetables that were shipped to all 50 U.S. states, Canada and Mexico, authorities who want to stem the listeria-linked illnesses and deaths worry it’ll be difficult to get consumers to dig through their freezers and check for products they may have bought as far back as 2014.

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It’s one of the largest food recalls in recent memory, with well over 400 products from CRF Frozen Foods in Pasco, Washington, sold under more than 40 different brand names at major retailers like Costco, Target, Trader Joe’s and Safeway. So far, eight people have been sickened by listeria that’s genetically similar to that found in CRF vegetables, and two have died, though listeria was not the primary cause of death.

“Unquestionably, this is a lot of product. … It reflects the severity of listeria as an illness, the long duration of illnesses and the outbreak and the long shelf life of the products,” said Matthew Wise, who leads the outbreak response team at the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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“Disclaimer: This is for informational purposes only. Please consult the full list of recalled food items at the bottom of the article”

The initial recall started April 22, covering 11 frozen vegetable products. On May 2, CRF expanded it to include all of its frozen organic and traditional fruit and vegetable products manufactured or processed at its Washington plant since May 1, 2014. Thanks to recently developed whole-genome sequencing of food-contaminating bacteria, the Food and Drug Administration and CDC found that the listeria bacteria found in the blood of a person sickened in 2013 is genetically similar to the listeria tied to the recall.

READ MORE: Dole Foods under criminal investigation for deadly listeria outbreak

“The idea is that it’s possible that it could be linked to this plant as far back as that because of the match. As a result the company, working with the FDA, decided to do the recall that far back,” CRF spokesman Gene Grabowski said.

The CRF plant closed two weeks ago and Grabowski said the company is still trying to pinpoint the source of the contamination.

Wise said his concern is that consumers check the online recall lists discard the products from of their freezers. “Listeriosis always makes us worry because it’s such a serious infection,” he said. The CDC says listeria is most harmful to adults over 65 with weakened immune systems and pregnant women.

Products were both packaged for sale as individual products and repackaged by places like Piggly Wiggly, Kroger and ConAgra foods as ingredients in a host of other store-brand and private-label products for stores like Trader Joe’s and Costco.

READ MORE: Costco issues food recall on chicken and fried-rice product

Also, retailers including Target and regional distributors such as Midwest grocery chain Hy-Vee Foods have recently recalled products made by Tokyo-based Ajinomoto Windsor due to the company recalling 70 of its Asian variety products that contain CRF vegetables – about 47 million pounds worth – some of which were also sold in Canada and Mexico.

The FDA and CDC have developed a system to track the genetic makeup of salmonella, listeria and E.coli. Once a food-related illness outbreak is identified, scientists can match the DNA from contaminated food with the bacteria making people sick and potentially trace it to the originating food processing plant.

In this outbreak, of those eight who were sick, six were in California. The two people who died were from Maryland and Washington.

Authorities say it’s unclear why there are not more illnesses from listeria. Wise said that the levels of listeria contamination might not be high or may be uneven in the packaged vegetables. Also, the vegetables in the recall are typically cooked before they’re eaten, which would kill the bacteria.

The CDC continues to monitor state illness reports for any sign of additional cases, Wise said.

Listeria causes an estimated 1,600 cases illnesses each year in the U.S., but just half are reported. About 18 per cent of listeriosis patients die.

FDA spokeswoman Lauren Sucher said it’s important to follow label directions for cooking frozen foods and to check freezers thoroughly for the products listed on the FDA website.

FULL LIST: Over 400 products affected by the frozen food recall

Brand

Container
Size

UPC

Bybee’s

Bybee’s Big House Blend

30lb

AZ#85

Bybee Foods Organic California Broccoli Florets

4lb

4635800050

Bybee’s Best 1″ Cut Green Beans

20lb

4635800012

Bybee Foods Cut Green Beans

50lb

205050004485CR

Bybee Foods Organic Petite Whole Green Beans

5lb

5711000146

Bybee’s Best Whole Green Beans

15lb

4635800018

Bybee’s Best Cut Corn

20lb

4635800010

Bybee’s Best Cut Corn

55lb

45720025

Bybee Foods Cut Corn

50lb

132

Bybee Foods Organic Supersweet White Corn

5lb

5711000148

Bybee’s Best White Cut Corn

20lb

4635800034

Bybee Foods Northwest Growers Select
Supersweet Cut Corn

5lb

4635800043

Bybee’s Best Green Peas

20lb

4635800011

Bybee Foods Green Peas

50lb

155000007785CR

Bybee Foods Organic Sweet Baby Peas

5lb

5711000145

Bybee’s Best Peas & Carrots

20lb

4635800013

Bybee’s Best Mixed Vegetables

20lb

4635800014

Bybee Foods Organic Mixed Vegetables

5lb

4635800051

Bybee Foods Organic Mixed Vegetables with
Shelled Edamame

5lb

4635800001

Bybee Foods Organic Chopped Kale

56oz

4635800054

Bybee’s

Bybee Foods Organic Steamers Roasted Red
Potato & Vegetable Medley

12oz

4635800041

Bybee Foods Northwest Growers Select Chopped
Spinach

56oz

4635800035

Bybee Foods Organic Steamers Sweet Potatoes

12oz

4635800052

Bybee Foods Organic Chopped Onions

45lb

R02303

Columbia River Organics

Columbia River Organics Organic Blueberries

10oz

5711000125

Columbia River Organics Organic Bounty Blend

10oz

4635800024

Columbia River Organics Organic Broccoli &
Cheddar Cheese

10oz

5711000140

Columbia River Organics Organic Broccoli Florets

10oz

5711000117

Columbia River Organics Organic Butternut
Squash

10oz

5711000141

Columbia River Organics Organic California
Harvest

10oz

5711000122

Columbia River Organics Organic Cranberries

10oz

4635800026

Columbia River Organics Organic Cut Green Beans

10oz

5711000103

Columbia River Organics Organic Diced Onions

10oz

5711000116

Columbia River Organics Organic Edamame

10oz

5711000120

Columbia River Organics Organic French Cut
Green Beans

10oz

5711000105

Columbia River Organics Organic Garden Stir Fry

10oz

5711000124

Columbia River Organics Organic Gardener’s Blend

10oz

5711000114

Columbia River Organics Organic Peaches

10oz

5711000129

Columbia River Organics Organic Peas & Carrots

10oz

5711000112

Columbia River Organics Organic Peas & pearl
Onions

10oz

5711000113

Columbia River Organics Organic Petite Peas

10oz

5711000109

Columbia River Organics Organic Petite Whole
Green Beans

10oz

5711000102

Columbia River Organics Organic Potato Medley

10oz

4635800025

Columbia River Organics Organic Raspberries

10oz

5711000130

Columbia River Organics Organic Shelled
Edamame

10oz

5711000119

Columbia River Organics Organic Spinach

10oz

5711000121

Columbia River Organics Organic Strawberries

10oz

5711000131

Columbia River Organics Organic Super Sweet
White Corn

10oz

5711000107

Columbia River Organics Organic Sweet Cherries

10oz

5711000127

Columbia River Organics

Columbia River Organics Organic Sweet Potatoes

10oz

4635800023

Columbia River Organics Organic Sweet Yellow
Corn

10oz

5711000106

Northwest Growers Select

Northwest Growers Select Broccoli Cuts

20lb

4635800046

Northwest Growers Select Cob Corn

96ct

4635800049

Northwest Growers Select Cut Corn

20lb

5711000163

Northwest Growers Select Cut Corn

30lb

5711000165

Northwest Growers Select Cut Corn

55lb

45730579

Northwest Growers Select French
Cut Green Beans

20lb

25100

Northwest Growers Select Cut Green Beans

20lb

57110000184

Northwest Growers Select 1/2″ Cut Green Beans

30lb

08110

Northwest Growers Select Cut Green Beans

30lb

5711000186

Northwest Growers Select Cut Green Beans

50lb

4635800020

Northwest Growers Select Organic Cut Green
Beans

30lb

5711000187

Northwest Growers Select Organic Cut Green
Beans

50lb

4635800042

Northwest Growers Select Cut Italian Beans

20lb

4635800031

Northwest Growers Select Diced Carrots

20lb

20100

Northwest Growers Select Organic Diced Carrots

50lb

4635800019

Northwest Grower’s Select Diced Onions

45lb

19190

Northwest Growers Select Fine Whole Green
Beans

4lb

10150

Northwest Growers Select Green Peas

20lb

5711000152

Northwest Growers Select Green Peas

55lb

45721084

Northwest Growers Select Organic Peas

30lb

5711000155

Northwest Growers Select Mixed Vegetables

20lb

4635800044

Northwest Growers Select Pearl Onions

20lb

22100

Northwest Growers Select Peas & Carrots

20lb

14100

Northwest Growers Select Petite Whole Green
Beans

15lb

5711000194

Northwest Growers Select Shoestring Carrots

20lb

4635800027

Northwest Growers Select White Supersweet Cut
Corn

30lb

5711000182

Northwest Growers Select 5.5″ Supersweet Cob
Corn

48 count

528628

Organic by Nature

Organic by Nature Organic Baby Peas

16oz

4635800069

Organic by Nature Organic Butternut Squash

16oz

4635800075

Organic by Nature Organic California Broccoli
Florets

16oz

4635800060

Organic by Nature Organic Chopped Kale

40lb

R02208

Organic by Nature Organic Diced Carrots

50lb

20191

Organic by Nature Organic Diced Leeks

40lb

R01810

Organic by Nature Organic Diced Onions

45lb

AK#200064

Organic by Nature Organic Diced Onions

45lb

202819

Organic by Nature Organic Edamame

8oz

4635800073

Organic by Nature Organic Green Peas

50lb

R01790

Organic by Nature Organic Multi-Colored
Cauliflower Florets

16oz

4635800076

Organic by Nature Organic Petite Whole Green
Beans

16oz

4635800071

Organic by Nature Organic Petite Whole Green
Beans

5lb

4635800059

Organic by Nature Organic Root Medley

16oz

4635800074

Organic by Nature Organic Sweet Baby Peas

5lb

4635800063

Organic by Nature Organic Super Sweet White
Corn

16oz

4635800070

Organic by Nature Organic Super Sweet Whole
Kernel Corn

50lb

R03881

Organic by Nature Organic Vegetable Medley

5lb

4635800066

Organic by Nature Organic Vegetable medley With
Shelled Edamame

5lb

4635800065

Organic by Nature Org White Corn

4lb

4635800070

Organic by Nature Organic White Corn

5lb

4635800064

Organic by Nature Organic Whole Kernel Sweet
Corn

4lb

4635800058

Canadian-Costco Wholesale

Organic by Nature

Organic by Nature Organic Butternut Squash

2kg

4635800067

Organic by Nature Organic Sweet Peas

2.5kg

4635800061

Organic by Nature Organic Vegetable Medley

2.5kg

4635800062

Best Before: Apr 26 16 thru Apr 26 18 S3904 

Best By will include the following dates 04.26.16 thru 04.26.18

JFDA Kernel Corns

1kg

991438945338

Use By: 20160924
10190040113116:20
Product of USA B

JFDA Mix Vegetables

1kg

991438945321

Use By: 20160924
351900007731 16:20
Product of USA A

McCain

McCain Green Peas

1kg

991438945116

Use By: 20160924
151900004489 16:20
Product of USA A

McCain Cut Corn

500g

99143894523

Use By: 20160924
103400401189 16:20
Product of USA B

McCain Kernel Corn

1kg

991438945130

Use By: 20160924
101900401189 16:20
Product of USA A

McCain Mixed Vegetables

500g

99143894522

Use By: 20160924
353400001189 16:20
Product of USA B

McCain Mixed Vegetables

1kg

991438945123

Use By: 20160924
351900007789 16:20
Product of USA A

McCain Super Sweet Kernel Corn

1kg

991438945017

Use By: 20160924
101900201189 16:20
Product of USA B

McCain (NZ)

McCain Peas (NZ)

500g

310174006014

10012017 04:56
153700001152 A

McCain Peas (NZ)

1kg

310174006021

10012017 04:56
151900001152 A

McCain YGC

McCain YGC Green Peas

1kg

991438945376

Use By: 20160924
151900004432 16:20
Product of USA A

McCain YGC Mixed Vegetables

1kg

991438945383

Use By: 20160924
351900007732 16:20
Product of USA A

McCain YGC Super Sweet Kernel Corn

1kg

991438945369

Use By: 20160924
10190020113216:20
Product of USA A

Mity Fresh

Mity Fresh Sweet Corn

1kg

7437331054

P: 01/2015
E: 06/2014
107000404428 01:20   A

Mountain Mist

Mountain Mist Cut Corn

1kg

4635800056

Use By: 20150512
101900404438 16:20
Product of USA D

Mountain Mist Green Peas

1kg

4635800057

Use By: 20150512
151900007738 16:20
Product of USA D

Mountain Mist Super Sweet Corn

1kg

4635800056

Use By: 20150512
101900204438 16:20
Product of USA D

Mountain Mist Mixed Vegetables

1kg

4635800055

Use By: 20150512
351900007738 16:20
Product of USA D

Overhill Farms

Overhill Farms 1-1/2″ Cut Green Beans

30lb

0931140

203017001168  08:29

Veggie Maria

Veggie Maria Onion Cut

500g

543567006321

2016/01 20:55 B
103700201142  

Veggie Maria Super Sweet Corn

500g

543567006314

2016/01 20:55 B
283720001142  

Life Foods

Life Foods Green Peas

1kg

903392007694

Use By: 20160924
151900007716 16:20
Product of USA A

Life Foods Kernel Corn

1kg

903392007670

Use By: 20160924
101900404416 16:20
Product of USA A

Life Foods Kernel Super Sweet  Corn

1kg

903392001579

Use By: 20160924
101900201116 16:20
Product of USA A

Life Foods Mixed Vegetables

1kg

903392007687

Use By: 20160924
351900007716 16:20
Product of USA A

Private Labels with CRF Identified through an unique number on bag

Instructions to consumer> look for the code with one of the letters at the end A, B, C,D

Best By will include the following dates 04.26.16 thru 04.26.18

All Codes are found on the Back of the Bag in the following location down the back seam, lower right hand corner

Brand

Container
Size

UPC

What to look for

Code Examples

Emerald Farms

Emerald Farms Cut Corn

40oz

3765403671

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Sell By: 012515
15:15
Product of USA A

Emerald Farms Green Peas

40oz

3765403672

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Sell By: 012515
15:15
Product of USA D

Emerald Farms Peas and Carrots

40oz

3765403673

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Sell By: 012515
15:15
Product of USA C

Emerald Farms Mixed Vegetable

40oz

3765403670

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Sell By: 012515
15:15
Product of USA E

Endico

Endico Cut Corn

40oz

0145916420

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Sell By: 012515
15:15
Product of USA A

Endico Green Peas

40oz

0145916720

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Sell By: 012515
15:15
Product of USA B

Endico

Endico Mixed Vegetables

40oz

0145916610

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Sell By: 012515
15:15
Product of USA C

Endico Peas and Carrots

40oz

0145916730

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Sell By: 012515
15:15
Product of USA D

Great Value

Great Value Cut Green Beans

12oz

7874205333

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Best If Used By:
042318
A 23:02 Product of USA

Great Value Mixed Vegetables

12oz

7874205334

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Best If Used By: 042318
B 23:02 Product of USA

Great Value Peas & Carrots

12oz

7874205335

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Best If Used By: 042318
C 23:02 Product of USA

Great Value Sweet Peas

12oz

7874205336

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Best If Used By: 042318
A 23:02 Product of USA

Great Value Sweet Peas

26oz

7874210912

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Best If Used By: 042318
B 23:02 Product of USA

Great Value Mixed Vegetables

26oz

7874210907

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Best If Used By: 042318
C 23:02 Product of USA

Great Value Whole Kernel Golden Corn

12oz

7874205338

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Best If Used By: 042318
A 23:02 Product of USA

Great Value Whole Kernel Golden Corn

26oz

7874210910

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Best If Used By: 042318
B 23:02 Product of USA

Great Value

Great Value Steamable Cut Green Beans

12oz

7874208363

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Best If Used By: 042318
C 23:02 Product of USA

Great Value Steamable Mixed Vegetables

12oz

7874208026

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Best If Used By: 042318
A 23:02 Product of USA

Great Value Steamable Sweet Corn

12oz

7874208024

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Best If Used By: 042318
B 23:02 Product of USA

Great Value Steamable Sweet Peas

12oz

7874208369

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Best If Used By: 042318
C 23:02 Product of USA

James Farm

James Farm Cut Corn

32oz

6069501044

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Sell By: 012515
15:15
Product of USA A

James Farm Cut Green Beans

32oz

6069501004

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Sell By: 012515
15:15
Product of USA B

James Farm Garden Peas

32oz

6069501000

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Sell By: 012515
15:15
Product of USA C

James Farm Mixed Vegetables

32oz

6069501542

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Sell By: 012515
15:15
Product of USA D

James Farm Peas & Carrots

40oz

6069501001

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Sell By: 012515
15:15
Product of USA E

James Farm Whole Green Beans

32oz

6069501003

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Sell By: 012515
15:15
Product of USA A

Kirkland Signature

Kirkland Signature Organic Stir-Fry

4lb

9661910114

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Best  By: 040918
15:15 B
USA/Holland/Ecuador
Certified Organic By WSDA

Price First

Price First Corn

16oz

7874211030

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Best If Used By: 042318
A 23:02 Product of USA

Price First Sweet Green Peas

16oz

7874211027

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Best If Used By: 042318
E 23:02 Product of USA

Quirch

Quirch Baby Lima Beans

14oz

6507260150

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Sell By: 012515
15:15
Product of USA A

Quirch Baby Lima Beans

32oz

6507260149

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Sell By: 012515
15:15
Product of USA B

Quirch Corn

14oz

6507260136

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Sell By: 012515
15:15
Product of USA C

Quirch Corn

32oz

6507260135

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Sell By: 012515
15:15
Product of USA D

Quirch Mixed Vegetables

14oz

6507260130

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Sell By: 012515
15:15
Product of USA E

Quirch Mixed Vegetables

32oz

6507260129

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Sell By: 012515
15:15
Product of USA A

Quirch Peas & Carrots

16oz

6507260152

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Sell By: 012515
15:15
Product of USA A

Quirch Peas & Carrots

32oz

6507260151

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Sell By: 012515
15:15
Product of USA B

Quirch Sweet Peas

14oz

6507260140

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Sell By: 012515
15:15
Product of USA C

Quirch Sweet Peas

32oz

6507260139

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Sell By: 012515
15:15
Product of USA D

Season’s Choice

Season’s Choice Garden Fresh Sweet Peas

16oz

4149816429

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Best Before: 032518 A
15:15
Product of USA

Season’s Choice Seamed Mixed Vegetables

12oz

4149820284

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Best Before: 032518 B
15:15
Product of USA

Season’s Choice Super Sweet Whole Kernel Corn

16oz

4149816428

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Best Before: 032518 A
15:15
Product of USA

Simply Nature

Simply Nature Organic Mixed Vegetables

16oz

4149829655

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Sell By: 012515
15:15
Product of USA D

Simply Nature Organic Sweet Corn

16oz

4149829656

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Sell By: 012515
15:15
Product of USA E

True Goodness

True Goodness Organic Broccoli Florets

10oz

1373343097

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Best By: 042318
16:30 D
Product of USA

True Goodness Organic Chopped Spinach

10oz

1373343101

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Best By: 042318
16:30 D
Product of USA

True Goodness Organic Cut Green Beans

10oz

1373343095

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Best By: 042318
16:30 D
Product of USA

True Goodness Organic Mixed Vegetables

10oz

1373343096

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Best By: 042318
16:30 D
Product of USA

True Goodness Organic Peas

10oz

1373343100

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Best By: 042318
16:30 D
Product of USA

True Goodness Organic Peas & Shoestring Carrots

10oz

1373343104

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Best By: 042318
16:30 D
Product of USA

True Goodness Organic Petite Green Peas

10oz

1373343099

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Best By: 042318
16:30 D
Product of USA

True Goodness Organic White Sweet Corn

10oz

1373343098

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Best By: 042318
16:30 D
Product of USA

Wild Oats

Wild Oats Organic Broccoli Florets

10oz

4873700377

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Best  By: 040918
15:15 A
Product of USA

Wild Oats Organic Broccoli & Cauliflower

10oz

4873700711

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Best  By: 040918
15:15 B
Product of USA

Wild Oats Organic Chopped Kale

10oz

4873700379

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Best By: 040918
15:15 C
Product of USA

Wild Oats Organic Chopped Spinach

10oz

4873700380

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Best By: 040918
15:15 D
Product of USA

Wild Oats Organic Cut Green Beans

12oz

4873700713

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Best  By: 040918
15:15 A
Product of USA

Wild Oats Organic Diced Butternut Squash

10oz

4873700710

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Best  By: 040918
15:15 B
Product of USA

Wild Oats Organic Diced Sweet Potatoes

10oz

4873700709

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Best  By: 040918
15:15 C
Product of USA

Wild Oats Organic Mixed Vegetables

12oz

4873700715

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Best By: 040918
15:15 D
Product of USA

Wild Oats Organic Sweet Corn

12oz

4873700714

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Best  By: 040918
15:15 A
Product of USA

Wild Oats Organic Sweet Peas

12oz

4873700712

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Best  By: 040918
15:15 B
Product of USA

Export

Woolworths Homebrand Frozen Peas

1kg

300633968458

Look for one of these letters (A,B,C,D, E)

Best By: 042318
16:30 D
Product of USA

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OPP urge motorists to obey road rules over Victoria Day long weekend

Written by admin on  Categories: 长沙夜网

Ontario Provincial Police are reminding motorist to obey the rules of the road over the Victoria Day long weekend.

Officers will be out in full force on provincial highways, waterways and trails looking for high risk behaviours such as impaired, distracted and aggressive driving.

Other areas where police will be focusing on include seat belts, proper helmets for off-terrain vehicles and life jackets for those on the water.

Special attention will be paid to motorcyclists and off-road vehicles riders.

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    “Our focus for the Victoria Day long weekend, which overlaps with Canada Road Safety Week, is talking about vulnerable road users. So those motorcyclists, cyclists, pedestrians. People that don’t have the luxury of a safety cage around them in a vehicle,” said OPP Sgt. Kerry Schmidt.

    “If you’re a driver, you need to be absolutely vigilant and make sure that any lane change or any turn you make can be done safely. If you’re a motorcyclist of one of those people on a smaller vehicle, you need to pay attention and understand that even if you’re in the right, and you’re involved in a collision, you’re probably going to be the one that’s going to get hurt the most.”

    READ MORE: Motorcyclist dies after crash in Oakville

    A total of 27 motorcyclists and four passengers lost their lives in 2015 and authorities hope to reduce those numbers this year.

    Meanwhile, authorities are encouraging off-road vehicles riders to wear proper head-gear to avoid injury and possible death.

    OPP statistics over a 10-year period reveal 74 of the 167 deceased riders were found not wearing helmet at the time of the crash.

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Ontario toddler critically injured after being run over by lawn mower

Written by admin on 14/05/2019 Categories: 长沙夜网

A tragic accident that saw an Ontario man run over his three-year-old son with a lawn mower is all the more shocking because of how easily it can happen, police said Friday.

The boy is in critical condition after the incident, which happened on Thursday night in the southern Ontario town of Pelham.

Const. Leslie Sardella of the Niagara Regional Police said investigators believe the incident was completely accidental and no charges are pending.

“It could have happened to anyone,” Sardella said in a telephone interview.

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“Anyone who’s a parent knows that there are times that your child is around and you’re not aware of their presence. It’s a very, very unfortunate situation for this family.”

Sardella said the boy was injured around 9 p.m. when his father was cutting the lawn of the family home.

The 32-year-old man apparently believed his son was safely inside the house, but unbeknownst to him the child had slipped outside and had begun following his dad around the property.

When he put the riding mower in reverse, Sardella said he accidentally hit the child.

A neighbour who works as a paramedic in a nearby city rushed to the scene to help stabilize the child until emergency responders could get there. The toddler was eventually rushed to hospital with injuries that Sardella described as critical.

Police did not provide details on the nature of his injuries, and the boy’s name is not being released out of respect for the family’s request for privacy.

When lawn mowing accidents take place, some data suggests that children are by far the most likely victims.

The most recent figures compiled by the Canada Safety Council, which draws on statistics from the Canadian Hospitals Injury Reporting and Prevention Program, showed 1,161 people were injured by lawn mowers between 1990 and 2006. Of those, nearly 50 per cent were children under the age of 15. The program collects data from the emergency rooms of the 10 pediatric hospitals throughout Canada and four general hospitals.

Raynald Marchand, general manager of programs for the council, said the latest accident reinforces the importance of not taking kids’ actions for granted.

“Little ones, and I’ve had them, they really need constant supervision,” he said. “You can’t assume that somebody’s looking after them. You have to make sure.”

Sardella said the police’s traffic reconstruction unit is continuing to look into the case and will issue an update when more information is available.

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