Only in Canada you say? Not anymore, apparently. Americans are making icewine, proudly proclaiming they're following the Canadian standards. "I think it's the same way with us trying to make wine the way the French do or make port wine the way the Portuguese do" said Phil Randazzo, owner of Coyote Moon Vineyards, a family-run business in Clayton, N.Y., in the Thousand Islands region of the state.
Forget the game on the field, when the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles hook up this weekend in Super Bowl LII, the most cutthroat competition could be during the commercial breaks. Companies are paying upwards of $5 million per 30-second commercial to pitch their product in front of roughly 110 million people. The potential rewards are extraordinary, but so are the risks.
Employees at nearly a dozen Tim Hortons outlets across Ontario tell CBC News they are facing the loss of paid breaks, benefits, and perks by franchise owners citing Ontario's minimum wage increase. The cuts go beyond the iconic coffee chain, with minimum wage workers at other businesses being told they're also going to take a hit as a result of the hike. Sources tell CBC News Tims franchise owners are taking similar action in Leamington and Port Hope and at multiple locations in the Cobourg area.
Middle child: “What did you do at the party last night?”
Me: “Stood around and talked.”
Middle child: “That’s all?”
Me: “that’s what you do at adult parties”
Middle child: *tilts head quizzically*
Me:”sometimes you dance”
Middle child: “adult parties suck”
@neilfaba I think that fear is interesting. 3rd party providers are on the same networks as the Big 3, so if there's an outage you're offline whether you're with them or with Big 3. Hadn't heard about cust service issues. I know Rogers has put a lot of emphasis on cust service recently
@SBishayIRIS I really wonder if it is in fact a Canadian thing. I mean, in other parts of the world switch to save a dime but in Canada we stay with the same phone, internet, tv, bank, grocery store, loyalty program.I know options are greater elsewhere but are we just too complacent?
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