Sebastián Siseles plans to work from five countries in the first quarter of 2015. As the regional director of Latin America for Freelancer.com, Siseles expects to travel to Canada, Australia, Spain, the UK, and his home country of Argentina.
Passengers stranded for hours when flood waters overtook a Richmond Hill GO train Monday evening will each get a $100 GO credit for their troubles.
GO Transit will upload $100 to the PRESTO cards of affected riders to cover out-of-pocket expenses like dry cleaning, the company said in a statement. The credit should be uploaded to the cards by Friday.
“We understand how difficult and uncomfortable the experience was for riders on our 5:30 p.m. Richmond Hill train on Monday night,” the statement says.
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NEW DELHI: As part of efforts to boost road infrastructure for faster connectivity, the Centre is planning to start work on 10 world-class express highways, which will not only reduce travel time but also propel country's economic growth, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari has said. "We will soon build ten express highways on the pattern of Mumbai-Pune Express Highway. These include Nagpur-Mumbai, Bangalore-Chennai, Baroda-Mumbai, Katra-Amritsar and Ludhiana-Delhi," Road Transport and Highways Minister Gadkari told PTI.
NEW YORK (AP) — A U.S.-based tour company on Thursday announced the launch of new people-to-people trips to Cuba that would transport U.S. citizens there by ship. Road Scholar, a Boston-based company, is offering the trips from Jamaica and Miami, with stops in Havana and other parts of Cuba.