A $ 500,000 hardship fund created for former Sears Canada employees is facing a possible $ 200,000 shortfall, according to court documents. (CBC)
It’s because the executive who promised to donate to the money is hesitating, according to court documents. “I’m disgusted with that,” one senior operations store manager said. The retailer agreed to the $ 500,000 hardship fund to help cash-strapped employees.
Buying a grow-op by mistake
Claudette Charron bought her fixer-upper bungalow as an investment, but she didn’t know there had been a grow-op in the basement. (Claudette Charron)
A woman thought she was buying a fixer-upper for a great price. She wasn’t told the house was a former marijuana grow-op targeted in a drug bust last year and cleanup costs could reach $ 100,000. Go Public learned it’s not easy to find out about a house’s drug history.
Why you shouldn’t tattoo your eye
Purple dye was leaking from Catt Gallinger’s right eye immediately after the procedure. (Catt Gallinger/Supplied)
Scleral tattoos involve injecting diluted ink into the white of your eye and are illegal in Canada. This woman had the procedure done because she says she’s interested in body modification, but she ended up in the emergency room and could potentially lose her eye. The tattoo artist who did the procedure says it wasn’t his fault.