December 22, 2014
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TORONTO — L’hiver étant arrivé plus rapidement que d’habitude dans la région du Grand Toronto, l’aéroport Toronto Pearson a mis en place des procédures d’exploitation améliorées en vue de conditions hivernales inhabituelles afin de répondre aux besoins des passagers et de veiller à ce que l’exploitation de l’aéroport soit sécuritaire et efficace dans des conditions météorologiques hivernales difficiles.


TORONTO—With the early onset of winter in the Greater Toronto Area, Toronto Pearson has implemented an enhanced Winter Weather Operations Approach to help meet the needs of passengers and to ensure the safe and efficient operation of the airport during severe winter weather.

RBC, Public Health Agency of Canada, ParticipACTION commit $8.2-million to 'RBC Learn to Play'

Today, RBC and the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) in partnership with ParticipACTION announced a three-year, $8.2-million commitment to the RBC Learn to Play Project, a collection of national programs and partnerships that provide children with the opportunity to learn how to play and become happy, healthy and active for life.

One in Three Children Globally Say We Are Failing in Our Duty to Protect Them

A new survey released today by Christian Children’s Fund of Canada (CCFC) unveils children’s views on their rights. The results clearly show that we have to do more to protect the most vulnerable members of our communities. In fact, a startling one-third (32 percent) of children from throughout the globe say that their basic rights to be protected are not being met. The fifth annual Small Voices, Big Dreams Survey is one of the most comprehensive polls of children's views in the world. This year, to mark the 25th anniversary of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, 6,040 children aged 10 to 12 years in 44 countries across the Americas, Europe, Africa and Asia were asked for their views on child rights.

Tim Hortons yarn-bombs MOBILE coffee truck to spread #WarmWishes TO Torontonians

Tim Hortons surprises Torontonians by “yarn-bombing” its mobile coffee truck, the TimsRunner. The yarn-boming, complete by Toronto-based knitting store, Lettuce Knit, is to celebrate the launch of Tim Hortons new #WarmWishes holiday cups and social media campaign encouraging Canadians to do good for others this holiday season. Each time a guest shares a good deed using the #WarmWishes hashtag on Twitter or Instagram, Tim Hortons will pay-it-forward and donate a toque to a child in need through the Tim Horton Children’s Foundation. Tim Hortons’ goal is to provide up to 10,000 children with a warm and cozy toque.

National Day of Remembrance for Road Crash Victims/Journée du souvenir des victimes de la route

Wednesday, November 19 is the National Day of Remembrance for Road Crash Victims in Canada. Since 2007, the third Wednesday of November has been set aside for Canadians to remember those who have lost their lives or been seriously injured on Canadian roads. Le mercredi 19 novembre 2014 correspondra à la Journée nationale du souvenir des victimes de la route au Canada. Depuis 2007, le troisième mercredi de novembre, les Canadiens honorent la mémoire des personnes décédées ou gravement blessées sur les routes du pays.

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