We want to hear from people across the country with stories they want to make public.Submit your story ideas to Kathy Tomlinson at Go Public Follow @CBCGo Public on Twitter The former Normerica employees said the repackaging and re-dating of Vitalife and other products was done after shipments from overseas arrived in large containers.Go Public stories come almost exclusively from people who write in story ideas.The segment seeks to shed light on untold stories that are of public interest and hold those responsible accountable.
Unlike its duck and sweet potato treats, that Normerica product is made in Canada."I bought the treats for my three-year-old mini golden doodle Avery, thinking they were a good alternative to the treats made in China," said Challis. I returned the treats to Costco, filled out a report and was told that someone would follow up," said Challis."Costco's response was nonchalant ... I never heard back."Cathi Iacuitto of Vancouver said her Havanese shih tzu Cooper has been chronically ill, with digestive problems, since eating Vitalife treats she purchased at Superstore and Costco.The treats had been irradiated and packaged already, in Asia, under various brand names."We have no record of “bugs” showing up in containers coming to that facility," said Gleason, the Normerica president."We do, however, have a policy in place …that should a container show up with “bugs” it would immediately be placed in quarantine and the pest control company would take the appropriate actions to deal with the issue.Specialist advice should be sought about your specific circumstances.In English law domicile is a vitally important concept which can have important ramifications affecting the succession of assets, tax liabilities and whether an individual is entitled to pursue certain proceedings in the English courts.