Tag Archives: job

Customer Service Sales Clerk (Customer Service / Warehouse Support)

St. Thomas, ON Salary: Hourly: min. $15 max. $16 for 24.0 hours per week Job Number: 7873800 Anticipated Start Date: As soon as possible Source: Job Bank Terms of Employment: Permanent   Part-Time Number of positions: 1 Employment Conditions Day EMPLOYER DETAILS Employer: Fastenal Web Site: http://www.fastenal.com JOB REQUIREMENTS Languages English …

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Have You Spoken to Me Lately??

Hello, I am your guardian angel, your gift from God (whatever your idea of God is). I have been with you long before you came to this earth plane. I spend my days trying to get your attention, my job is to guide you through your journey here, but I …

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Grand Opening Weekend

Antiques on the Side officially opened yesterday to a great turn out. On Talbot St. by the lights at Manitoba St. Just look for the orange awnings. Having the Horton Market right around the corner made it a steady flow … Continue reading

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What is your time worth?

Ticking away the moments that make up a dull day. Fritter and waste the hours in an off hand way. Lyrics to Pink Floyd‘s classic tune, Time. We probably all fritter away too many hours with something unproductive. Watching Survivor, playing Farmville on Facebook, things that take up our time …

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Politics and Prose

Yes, I did steal that title from a book store in Washington, D.C., thanks to Mr Tony. Allow me to first state that I do not have a horse in this current race, not being a Canadian Citizen yet. Yes, I am an immigrant, one of those no good, job …

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Of all things

It’s not rocket science. (Anyone actually know a “Rocket Scientist”??) I imagine being a rocket scientist isn’t nearly as hard as figuring out “life”. For some people it seems to get figured out for them... you know, the person in high ...

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Parkside Collegiate Students to the Rescue!!

Enter 2 wonderful Angels!! Katie D and Maria R. Katie D. came up with this wonderful idea and presented it to Princess Project, she wanted to organize an event to help collect dresses for young ladies who may need a dress for an upcoming prom or graduation. Katie with the help of her best friend [...]

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Multiple Sclerosis–What next?

When you have multiple sclerosis you never know what will expire next Imagine, waking up every day not know how your body will work. How would you cope wondering what each part of your body’s “best before date” will be? What will today hold for you? Is it just another …

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So much to offer…

We have so much to offer but often time we focus on the things we don’t have. …….don’t have money to go on vacation…… don’t have time to take the kids to the park…… don’t have an education to get a better job……. don’t have someone to share my life …

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Movie Review – The Expendables

A elite group of mercenaries are hired to remove the corrupt leader of a small gulf island. Things get more compl………….. why are you reading about the plot? Seriously, whether or not you see this movie really has nothing to do with its plot which is as believable as a fight in the WWE. The expendables [...]

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Movie Review – Knight and Day

A woman, traveling back to Boston for her sisters wedding bumps into a handsome man wearing sun glasses. He is on the same flight as her, they chat and then things start to get crazy! Starring Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz, Knight and Day is this years Mr & Mrs Smith, albeit, without the tabloid speculation of romance on set. It is a fast paced, action packed movie that delivers fun, spills and more than its fair share of explosions. Set in various locations around the world, it does tend to rely on computer graphics a little too much and which did not seem to be state of the art in some instances. In any Tom Cruise movie, height is often commented upon and Knight and Day should be no different. Although Ms Diaz is two inches taller, Mr Cruise appears taller than her during most of the movie, with the rest of the time approximately the same height. If they can insert Jabba the Hut into Star Wars, can’t they make Tom Cruise the same height all movie long? Another thing, and this is perhaps more because of who I am but, if you are going to stage a [...]

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Book Review – The Closers – Michael Connelly

From the Publisher He walked away from the job three years ago. But Harry Bosch cannot resist the call to join the elite Open/Unsolved Unit. His mission: solve murders whose investigations were flawed, stalled, or abandoned to L.A.’s tides of crime. With some people openly rooting for his failure, Harry …

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Book Review – Burglars can't be choosers – Lawrence Block

From the Publisher Bernie Rhodenbarr is a personable chap, a good neighbor, a passable poker player. His chosen profession, however, might not sit well with some. Bernie is a burglar, a good one, effortlessly lifting valuables from the not-so-well-protected abodes of well-to-do New Yorkers like a modern-day Robin Hood. (The …

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Book Review – Bitten – Kelly Armstrong

From the Publisher An erotically charged, addictive thriller from the future queen of suspense. Living in Toronto for a year, Elena is leading the normal life she has always dreamed of, including a stable job as a journalist and a nice apartment shared with her boyfriend. As the lone female …

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Book Review – Radio Activity – Bill Fitzhugh

Rick Shannon is an unemployed FM rock DJ considering a change in career. But just as he begins selling off his record collection, a job offer comes from a small station in Mississippi, where a DJ recently stopped showing up for work. After discovering an audiotape that might explain the …

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Book Review – Blind alley – Iris Johansen

From the Publisher Eve Duncan’s job is to put a face on the faceless victims of violent crimes. Her work not only comforts their survivors—but helps catch their killers. But there is another, more personal reason that Eve Duncan is driven to do the kind of work she does—a dark …

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Book Review – The Defender by Bill Mesce Jr

From the Publisher In the critically acclaimed novels The Advocate and Officer of the Court, Bill Mesce Jr. introduced readers to a new hero in the world of military suspense. The Defender is the electrifying tale of Major Harry Voss’s most riveting case yet: a wartime court-martial that could cost …

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