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Using drones for businesses could be facing some changes. <br /> Photo courtesy of Amy Legate-Wolfe<br />

Here’s the biz buzz: drones taking off

Standing in Harris Park, Jeff Owens opens up a hard-shell black case about the size of a microwave. Wearing a black baseball cap and aviators, the 34-year-old  picks up a remote control that looks like an Xbox controller, but with only two joysticks on it and a holder attached at the top for his phone. […]

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Church repurposed for a medical/dental clinic

Vacant churches born again

Londoners weary of new high-rise developments and modern box-like buildings around their neighbourhood are benefiting from a growing trend in the city: repurposing churches. It’s more of a recent phenomenon here, said Don Menard, the heritage planner for the City of London, but it’s been happening for some time in other places. “It’s … all […]

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Target sales signs

Target’s collateral damage

As he had done for the past two years, Brian, arrives at his work at the London Target store in Westmount Mall at precisely 2 p.m. His entry time is one of the few things of his job that hasn’t changed in the last couple of weeks. Since Target Corporation announced it was closing its […]

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