Man with mental disability nearly bankrupted by door-to-door sales contracts

Posted on September 23rd, 2018 by Best Brothers Group

[ad_1] For a long time, John Telepcak struggled with a secret. He was facing a “mountain of bills” he couldn’t afford to pay for products and services he didn’t understand, didn’t need or already had. The Toronto man is one of many Canadians locked into long and pricey contracts after coming face to face with high pressure […]

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Woman’s deadly cannabis allergy highlights complexity of condo living

Posted on September 20th, 2018 by Best Brothers Group

[ad_1] A condominium corporation in Mississauga, Ont., is puzzling over how it can accommodate the conflicting medical needs of some residents as marijuana legalization looms. In April, the condo board of Applewood Place tried to pass a rule that would ban growing and smoking marijuana in the building’s units and common areas. Condo owners eventually voted it down. […]

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[ad_1] Two Toronto transgender high school students have filed separate human rights claims against the province because they say the new interim sexual education curriculum discriminates against all LGBT students in Ontario. Ryan and Noah, both 15, whose last names were not provided to CBC Toronto to protect their privacy, want the 2015 health and physical […]

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