Concerns about a new COVID variant are slamming the market

The day after the Thanksgiving holiday is typically slow, but with a positive bias, but that is not the case here on Friday. The news of a new variant of COVID in South Africa suddenly hit, and there is an urgent need to introduce new travel restrictions. So far, the variant has only appeared in … Read more

Citadel Outlets in Commerce opens early for Black Friday shopping

COMMERCE, California (KABC) – Citadel Outlets opened on Thanksgiving for Black Friday shopping, the first time since the start of the pandemic that they opened early for the holiday tradition. “We hope we return to a normal return, that we have a large crowd, that people are happy to be back,” said outlet manager David … Read more

Citadel Outlets in Commerce opens early for Black Friday shopping

COMMERCE, California (KABC) – Citadel Outlets opened on Thanksgiving for Black Friday shopping, the first time since the start of the pandemic that they opened early for the holiday tradition. “We hope we return to a normal return, that we have a large crowd, that people are happy to be back,” said outlet manager David … Read more

The Surprising Reason Why Ocean Spray Cranberry Sauce Labels Are Upside Down | Trade

Perhaps one of the biggest mysteries of Thanksgiving is the cranberry sauce – and we’m not talking about why people eat it: Why are the labels on Ocean Spray cans upside down? Attentive consumers have noticed that the labels on cans of jelly with cranberry sauce are inverted, meaning that the rounded edge that is … Read more

Man, 61, disappears on the outskirts of Los Angeles

LOS ANGELES (CNS) – The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department today circulated a picture of a 61-year-old man suffering from epilepsy and diabetes. Raul Enrique Rivas was last seen around 12:30 a.m. Monday in the 1900 block of Marengo Street, near Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center, the Sheriff’s Information Bureau reported. Rivas was described as … Read more

CERB refunds will soon be demanded by Ottawa | News

Some Canadians are being notified by Service Canada that they must repay part of the Canada Emergency Response Benefit they received in 2020. CERB was launched at the beginning of the pandemic to help Canadians who could not work due to lockdowns. About three million jobs were lost. The refund notice involves an advance of … Read more

The United States is doubling the tariff rates for softwood compared to most Canadian manufacturers

New tariffs on US-tied coniferous timber are expected to take effect on December 1, increasing the upward price pressure over the past two months in the volatile wood market.JONATHAN HAYWARD / The Canadian Press The U.S. Department of Commerce is doubling tariffs on most Canadian softwood producers as the U.S. timber lobby takes over in … Read more

Parsons overseas trade mission includes spouses, legislators and business leaders Politics

Agency officials on their way to Israel and Greece include Director of the Department of Agriculture Chris Chinn and Maggie Kost, acting director of the Missouri Department of Economic Development. Also on the tour are Donn Rubin, President and CEO of BioSTL, Guy Blase, President and CEO of EWR Radar Systems in Kirkwood and John … Read more

4-year-old missing, man dead after explosion in Flinthus | News

One man is dead, one child is missing and two others were injured in the blast that happened Monday night in Flint. Mayor Sheldon Neeley was joined by Police Chief Terence Green, Fire Chief Ray Barton and other city officials for the update Tuesday morning. At 9:37 p.m., on Nov. 22, Consumers Energy received a … Read more