By Elaine Smith Special to the Star Fri., Nov. 23, 2018 Fonthill Yards Location: 105 Hwy. 20, Fonthill Developer: Aiva Properties Architect: ACK Architects Status: Townhomes on sale now; condo info available upon registration Article Continued Below Project: 23 townhomes plus 82-unit midrise condo Townhomes: 1,549 to 1,885 sq. ft. with three bedrooms, 2-1/2 or 3-1/2 bathrooms. Prices $559,900-$699,900 for initial offering; to be set for 2019. Tentative occupancy is September 2019. Contact: [email protected]; fonthillyards.com; 905-351-8615 A downtown city lifestyle is moving into the Niagara Region with a new project bringing townhomes and a condominium building. Fonthill Yards, by Aiva Properties, will include 23 townhomes and an 82-unit, six-storey midrise condominium. The two- and three-storey townhouses are under construction and the first group is slated for occupancy in autumn, 2019. Two-thirds of the townhomes are sold with the … [Read more...] about Housing project brings downtown city lifestyle into the Niagara Region
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TORONTO (Reuters) - Bombardier Inc and its Canadian workers who assemble turboprops and the company’s new top-of-the-line business jet have reached a new labor agreement, averting a potential strike, the company said on Sunday. FILE PHOTO: A Bombardier logo is pictured during the European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (EBACE) at Geneva Airport, Switzerland May 28, 2018. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse Bombardier and Unifor, the union representing more than 2,100 production and office workers, had reached a tentative deal just hours the strike deadline on Saturday. The union members ratified the agreement on Sunday, Bombardier said in a statement. Unifor had previously said its members were looking for a three-year contract with greater job security on the company’s strong-selling Global 7500 business jet, among other demands. The long-range jet, which is to enter service this year, is a critical part of Bombardier’s strategy to grow business … [Read more...] about Bombardier, Toronto union reach new agreement, averting strike
MONTREAL (Reuters) - Canadian workers who assemble Bombardier Inc’s (BBDb.TO) turboprops and the company’s new top-of-the-line business jet on Saturday reached a tentative agreement with the company just hours ahead of a strike deadline, the union said. A Bombardier logo is pictured during the European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (EBACE) at Geneva Airport, Switzerland May 28, 2018. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse Unifor, the union representing the 1,600 workers, has previously said its members were looking for a three-year contract with greater job security on the company’s strong-selling Global 7500 business jet, among other demands. A Bombardier spokesman confirmed that a tentative agreement has been reached. Union members are set vote on Sunday to ratify the agreement. The long-range jet, which is to enter service this year, is a critical part of Bombardier’s strategy to grow business aircraft revenues to $8.5 billion in 2020, up from $5 … [Read more...] about Bombardier, Toronto union reach agreement ahead of strike deadline
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Neil Swidey May 22, 2018 GINA MCCARTHY STRIDES INTO the ocean-view ballroom at the Sea Crest Beach Hotel in Falmouth, plops down her green backpack, and glances out the window. The waves are angrily advancing on this last night in April, which feels as dreary as mid-January. “The water seems way closer than it was the last time I was here,” she says. Maybe that’s because of climate change, the threat that McCarthy led the charge to confront as head of the Environmental Protection Agency during the Obama administration. Or maybe it’s just high tide.She is surrounded by a couple of hundred researchers and advocates from the Union of Concerned Scientists, a national nonprofit based in Cambridge. It’s a gathering of serious specialists whose usual concern appears to have morphed into clinical depression. After all, they’ve spent the last year … [Read more...] about The climate change message is all wrong, says former EPA head Gina McCarthy
Jeremy Fey has turned down plenty of chances to work in the music industry. The son of famed concert promoter Barry Fey — founder of formidable production company Feyline, which made Red Rocks a household name — the music business was just another line of work to Jeremy. (His brother, Tyler, took over Feyline in 2012.) Central City, the unassuming mining town turned gaming destination 37 miles west of Denver, changed his mind. In 2016, Jeremy went there to check out the small city on the recommendation of Tyler, who had started promoting shows at The Scarlet, a casino-turned-music venue. Jeremy saw the burgeoning scene that first inspired his brother. The following week, he quit his job and moved to Central City with the express purpose of putting the city’s arts and hospitality scene back on the map. “The character of the city and availability of real estate creates potential for a great arts and entertainment destination,” Jeremy, … [Read more...] about Their dad put Red Rocks on the music map. Now, the Fey brothers hope to do the same for Colorado’s gaming city.