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Tentative deal struck to end strike at Alberta Superstores, Liquorstore - 8,000 workers  CALGARY -- A tentative deal has been reach in the strike by more than 8,000 workers at Loblaw Companies Ltd., Real Canadian Superstore and Real Canadian Liquorstore locations in Alberta. However, they say its members who went on strike Sunday will remain off the job for now. Stores affected are in Edmonton, Calgary, Red Deer, Grande Prairie, Lethbridge, Fort McMurray, Medicine Hat, Lloydminster and Camrose. Meanwhile, Loblaw says its stores in Alberta remain open. (Source

British Columbia Offers Resources to Help Employers Address Workplace Bullying
In March, WorkSafeBC's board of directors approved three new occupational health and safety policies regarding workplace bullying and harassment. British Columbia's occupational safety and health agency has developed a toolkit to help employers comply with new workplace-bullying regulations set to take effect on Nov. 1. The toolkit, available on WorkSafeBC's website, includes fact sheets, posters, sample training presentations, worker checklists, policy templates and a handbook on preventing and addressing workplace bullying and harassment. (Source

Toronto Police arrest 5 suspects in connection with smash and grabs at Sporting Life and Prada  Toronto police have made arrests in the smash-and- grab robberies at the Sporting Life store at Sherway Gardens Mall and the Prada store downtown. The individuals are also alleged to have broken into Rider’s Choice in Mississauga and several businesses in York Region. Major Crime Unit, with the assistance of Major Crime Unit and Peel Regional Police executed four search warrants and arrested five men. (Source

Winnipeg police arrest suspects following an attempted grocery store robbery, stabbing incident  Two men are in jail after police were called to the scene of a stabbing and linked two suspects to a commercial robbery on October 5, 2013. Winnipeg police made the arrests Saturday night. Officers were called in when a man was stabbed multiple times in the upper body following an altercation involving an armed suspect. The victim was taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries. While on scene officers were able to link the involved parties to a grocery store robbery. It was reported to city police a 23-year-old store clerk had been approached by an armed suspect who drew a weapon and demanded cash while another suspect stood watch. When no cash was handed over, the suspects fled the scene with stolen merchandise, and made their way to the residence where the stabbing ensued. (Source

Retail Fast Facts: September 2013

• Total monthly retail sales changed by 4.8 per cent over the comparable month last year.
• Total sales excluding food, automotive and gasoline changed by 3.5 per cent over the comparable month last year. Read more


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