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Articles from July 16, 2013

'42' among DVD Releases for July 14-20
'42' among new DVDs--A look at some DVDs scheduled to be released in the weeks ahead.For the week of July 14-20An Affair of the HeartAlphas: Season TwoAmerica's Test Kitchen: Season 13American CourtesansArthur Stands Up to BullyingBert Stern: Original...
AECL Cost Overruns for Nuclear Plant Repairs Not Unusual: New Brunswick Minister
Nuclear work costs don't faze energy minister--FREDERICTON - New Brunswick's energy minister says it comes as no surprise to hear that Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd. incurred a $638-million cost overrun during its refurbishment of the Point Lepreau nuclear...
A First Public Viewing of Lac-Megantic Blast Zone Reveals Site Still Scorching
Police lift curtain on Lac-Megantic devastation--LAC-MEGANTIC, Que. - A first public glimpse of the disaster site in Lac-Megantic left stunned visitors staring Tuesday at three-storey buildings reduced to piles of brick, road asphalt melted into bubbly...
Alberta Politician Arrested in Prostitution Sting in Minnesota, Resigns
Alberta politician arrested in prostitution sting--EDMONTON - An Alberta politician has resigned from the governing Progressive Conservative caucus after being arrested by Minnesota police in a prostitution sting.Mike Allen, the member of the legislature...
Army Frustrated over Inability to Push through Enhanced Drug Screening
Enhanced drug screening for soldiers rejected--OTTAWA - Much to the chagrin of the country's top soldier, the Canadian Army has once again tried and failed to push through more stringent screening for illicit drugs among its troops.Lt.-Gen. Peter Devlin,...
Canada Kept off Podium at Universiade with Six Fourth-Place Finishes
Canada kept off podium at Universiade--KAZAN, Russia - Canada was unable to add to its medal total Tuesday at the World University Games, ending the day with six fourth-place finishes.Canada finished just off the podium in men's basketball and women's...
Canada Urged to Reject TPP Drug Patent Proposal as Bad for Poor Countries
Canada urged to reject TPP drug proposal--OTTAWA - Canada is pushing back against a campaign by activists trying to block what they say are onerous intellectual property rules that would raise the price of pharmaceuticals in poor countries.The campaign...
Clement Digs in Heels with Striking Diplomats, Says He's Not Going to 'Fold'
Clement, diplomats dig in heels on strike--OTTAWA - Striking diplomats should get back to work, Treasury Board President Tony Clement said Tuesday, because he's not about to fold "like a $3 suitcase" in the ongoing stalemate between the two sides.But...
Coroner Says 'Glee' Star Cory Monteith Overdosed on Heroin and Alcohol
Coroner says Monteith OD'd on heroin, alcohol--VANCOUVER - "Glee" star Cory Monteith spent his last evening out on the town with three friends before returning to his luxury hotel room alone where he took heroin and died early Saturday morning from the...
David Hearn Gearing Up for Canadian Open after Best-Ever PGA Tour Finish
David Hearn gearing up for Canadian Open--David Hearn is headed home for a rest to prepare for the RBC Canadian Open after the best showing of his PGA Tour career.The Brantford, Ont., native took a week off to prepare for the national golf championship...
Eavesdropping Agency Helped Shape Federal Torture Directive: RCMP Memo
Snooping agency shaped torture policy: RCMP--OTTAWA - Canada's highly secretive electronic eavesdropping agency helped develop a federal directive that lets government agencies use and share information that was likely extracted through torture, a newly...
Economy Gets Boost as Battered Factories Show Signs of Life in May
Manufacturing sales spring back in May--OTTAWA - Canada's factories went back to work with a near-consensus 0.7 per cent pick-up in sales to $48.6 billion in May, boosting hopes for a better-than-expected second quarter for the economy.The bounce-back...
Eldorado Lowers Capital Expenditure, Cuts Exploration Budget on Low Gold Prices
Eldorado lowers capital expenditures--VANCOUVER - Eldorado Gold Corp. (TSX:ELD) said Tuesday it was reducing its 2013 capital budget by $240 million and delaying work on some projects to adjust to declines in gold prices.The move was well received by...
'Enemy' List for New Ministers Is Petty, Childish, Say Government Critics
'Enemy' list request rains on shuffle parade--OTTAWA - Immigration lawyer Barbara Jackman doesn't know if the Conservative government has an "enemies" list, but if they do, she figures she's probably on it.Jackman, a prominent immigration advocate and...
Entertainment News as of 5 P.M. Tuesday, July 16
Entertainment News Advisory--Tuesday, July 16, 20135 p.m.ENTERTAINMENT NEWS ADVISORYHere are the top Entertainment stories from The Canadian Press as of 5 p.m. ET. All times Eastern unless otherwise stated. Coverage plans are included when available....
Extended Forecasts for British Columbia Issued by Environment Canada
Extended forecasts for British Columbia issued by Environment Canada--Extended forecasts for Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday for British Columbia issued by Environment Canada at 05:00 pdt Tuesday 16 July 2013.Metro Vancouver: Thursday,...
Extended Weather Forecast for the Maritimes Issued by Environment Canada
Extended weather forecast for the Maritimes issued by Environment Canada--Extended forecasts for Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday for the Maritimes and Iles de la Madeleine issued by Environment Canada at 05:00 adt Tuesday 16 July 2013.Halifax...
Extended Weather for Ontario Issued by Environment Canada
Extended weather for Ontario issued by Environment Canada--Extended forecasts for Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday for Ontario issued by Environment Canada at 05:00 edt Tuesday 16 July 2013.City of Toronto: Thursday, a mix of sun and cloud...
Extended Weather for Ontario Issued by Environment Canada
Extended weather for Ontario issued by Environment Canada--Extended forecasts for Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday for Ontario issued by Environment Canada at 15:30 edt Tuesday 16 July 2013.City of Toronto: Thursday, a mix of sun and cloud...
Extended Weather for Saskatchewan Issued by Environment Canada
Extended weather for Saskatchewan issued by Environment Canada--Extended forecasts for Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday for Saskatchewan issued by Environment Canada at 15:30 cst Tuesday 16 July 2013.City of Regina: Thursday, a mix of sun...
Fans Clamour for Justin Timberlake during Toronto Appearance for William Rast Line
Fans clamour for Timberlake at in-store event--TORONTO - Fans showed plenty of summer love for Justin Timberlake as the pop superstar promoted his fashion label north of the border during an in-store appearance.To the delight of throngs who crowded the...
Ference Hopes He Can Help Turn Oilers' Potential into a Playoff Appearance
Ference hopes to move Oilers past potential--ST. ALBERT, Alta. - Andrew Ference remembers what it was like when he arrived in Boston in 2007, before the Bruins' run of six straight playoff appearances, when fans weren't hockey crazy and players hadn't...
Fleet of Sea King Helicopters Grounded after Accident at CFB Shearwater
Sea King helicopters grounded after accident--CFB SHEARWATER, N.S. - Canada's fleet of Sea King helicopters has been indefinitely grounded after one of them tipped forward and smashed its five rotor blades on the tarmac at Canadian Forces Base Shearwater...
Forecast for Alberta and Northeastern British Columbia Issued by Environment Canada
Forecast for Alberta and northeastern British Columbia issued by Environment Canada--Forecasts for Alberta issued by Environment Canada at 16:00 mdt Tuesday 16 July 2013.City of Calgary: Today, a mix of sun and cloud. Wind becoming south 20 km-h in the...
Forecast for Manitoba Issued by Environment Canada
Forecast for Manitoba issued by Environment Canada--Forecasts for Manitoba issued by Environment Canada at 11:00 cdt Tuesday 16 July 2013.City of Winnipeg: Today, clearing this afternoon. Wind northwest 20 km-h. High 27. UV index 8 or very high. Tonight,...
Forecast for Newfoundland and Labrador Issued by Environment Canada
Forecast for Newfoundland and Labrador issued by Environment Canada--Extended forecasts for Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday for Labrador issued by Environment Canada at 16:00 ndt Tuesday 16 July 2013.St. John's - Bonavista Peninsula: Thursday,...
Forecast for Northwestern Ontario Issued by Environment Canada
Forecast for Northwestern Ontario issued by Environment Canada--Forecasts for Northwestern and Northern Ontario issued by Environment Canada at 11:30 edt Tuesday 16 July 2013.City of Thunder Bay, Cloud Bay - Dorion: Today, mainly cloudy with 30 percent...
Forecast for Ontario Issued by Environment Canada
Forecast for Ontario issued by Environment Canada--Forecasts for Ontario issued by Environment Canada at 11:00 edt Tuesday 16 July 2013.City of Toronto, Pickering - Oshawa - Southern Durham Region: Today, mainly sunny. High 32 except 29 near Lake Ontario....
Forecast for Ontario Issued by Environment Canada
Forecast for Ontario issued by Environment Canada--Forecasts for Ontario issued by Environment Canada at 15:30 edt Tuesday 16 July 2013.City of Toronto, Pickering - Oshawa - Southern Durham Region: Today, a mix of sun and cloud. 30 percent chance of...
Forecast for Saskatchewan Issued by Environment Canada
Forecast for Saskatchewan issued by Environment Canada--Forecasts for Saskatchewan issued by Environment Canada at 11:00 cst Tuesday 16 July 2013.City of Regina: Today, sunny. High 23. UV index 8 or very high. Tonight, clear. Low 10. Wednesday, sunny....
Forecast for Saskatchewan Issued by Environment Canada
Forecast for Saskatchewan issued by Environment Canada--Forecasts for Saskatchewan issued by Environment Canada at 16:00 cst Tuesday 16 July 2013.City of Regina: Today, mainly sunny. High 25. UV index 8 or very high.City of Saskatoon: Today, mainly sunny....
Forecast for the Maritimes Issued by Environment Canada
Forecast for the Maritimes issued by Environment Canada--Forecasts for the Maritimes issued by Environment Canada at 11:00 adt Tuesday 16 July 2013.Halifax Metro and Halifax County West, Lunenburg County: Today, a mix of sun and cloud. 30 percent chance...
Forecast for the Maritimes Issued by Environment Canada
Forecast for the Maritimes issued by Environment Canada--Forecasts for the Maritimes issued by Environment Canada at 16:00 adt Tuesday 16 July 2013.Halifax Metro and Halifax County West, Lunenburg County: Today, sunny. Wind becoming south 20 km-h gusting...
Forecast for the Northwestern Ontario Issued by Environment Canada
Forecast for the Northwestern Ontario issued by Environment Canada--Forecasts for Northwestern and Northern Ontario issued by Environment Canada at 16:00 edt Tuesday 16 July 2013.City of Thunder Bay, Superior West: Today, a mix of sun and cloud. 30 percent...
Forecasts for Alberta and Northeastern British Columbia Issued by Environment Canada
Forecasts for Alberta and northeastern British Columbia issued by Environment Canada--Forecasts for Alberta issued by Environment Canada at 11:00 mdt Tuesday 16 July 2013.City of Calgary: Today, sunny. High 23. UV index 7 or high. Tonight, clear. Low...
Forecasts for the Columbia, Central Interior and Peace River Regions of B.C. Issued by Environment Canada
Forecasts for The Columbia, Central Interior and Peace River Regions of B.C. issued by Environment Canada--Forecasts for the Columbia, the Central Interior and the Peace River districts of British Columbia issued by Environment Canada at 11:00 mdt Tuesday...
Forecasts for the Southwest Interior and Kootenay Regions Issued by Environment Canada
Forecasts for The Southwest Interior and Kootenay Regions issued by Environment Canada--Forecasts for the southwest interior and the Kootenay Districts of British Columbia issued by Environment Canada at 11:00 pdt Tuesday 16 July 2013.North Okanagan...
Forecasts for Yukon and Northwestern British Columbia Issued by Environment Canada
Forecasts for Yukon and northwestern British Columbia issued by Environment Canada--Forecasts for Yukon and northwestern British Columbia issued by Environment Canada at 11:00 pdt Tuesday 16 July 2013.Whitehorse: Today, a mix of sun and cloud. Local...
Forensic Experts Shed Light on Daunting Task of Recovering Bodies in Lac-Megantic
Naming Lac-Megantic bodies is meticulous work--MONTREAL - Forget about the glamour suggested by such TV shows as "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" and their high-tech gizmos. The most vital tools in Lac-Megantic include keen eyes, expertise and persistence.Nothing...
Former Hollinger Exec Atkinson Given Restrictions, $10,000 Fine by Law Society
Former Hollinger lawyer given restrictions--TORONTO - Former Hollinger Inc. executive and Conrad Black co-defendant Peter Atkinson is being asked to pay back $10,000 in legal costs as part of a Law Society of Upper Canada decision.A Law Society hearing...
Former Toronto FC Manager Preki Back in Soccer, This Time in Sacramento
Preki back in soccer, this time in Sacramento--Former Toronto FC manager Preki is back in soccer, this time in charge of the new USL Pro franchise in Sacramento.The club, which is due to unveil its name on Thursday, is slated to start play in 2014 with...
G20 Ministers Again Seeking Solution to Slow Growth, High Unemployment
G20 again seized on growth, unemployment--OTTAWA - Finance ministers and central bankers from the world's biggest economies are meeting again later this week to confront the now-familiar dual problems of slow economic growth and high unemployment, as...
Guy Fieri, Rachael Ray, Alton Brown Headline Food Network Canada Fall Lineup
Fieri, Ray top Food Network Canada lineup--TORONTO - Food Network Canada promises plenty of competition and entertainment featuring many celeb chefs on the network this fall, including another new show pairing Guy Fieri and Rachael Ray."Rachael vs. Guy...
Halifax Police Shocked by Size, Sophistication of "Pillowcase Bandits" Operation
Trio known as "Pillowcase Bandits" charged--HALIFAX - Three men are facing 170 charges after a four-month police investigation into a spate of break and enters across part of Nova Scotia.The accused, who police say refer to themselves as the "Pillowcase...
Health-Lifestyles News Advisory as of 5 P.M. ET Tuesday, July 16
Health-Lifestyles News Advisory--Tuesday, July 16, 20135 p.m.HEALTH-LIFESTYLES-TRAVEL NEWS ADVISORYHere are the Health-Lifestyles-Travel stories from The Canadian Press as of 5 p.m. ET. Entries are subject to change as news develops. Questions can go...
Hextall Hoping His 'Gut' Decision Leads Him to Being an NHL General Manager
Hextall hopes gut decision leads to GM post--When Ron Hextall was a young child, he threw socks up the stairs and tried to stop them from going past him. He clearly wanted to be a goaltender.When Hextall was late in his NHL goaltending career with the...
Hungry Aboriginal Kids, Adults Were Subject of Nutritional Experiments: Paper
Nutritional tests on hungry aboriginals--Recently published historical research says hungry aboriginal children and adults were once used as unwitting subjects in nutritional experiments by Canadian government bureaucrats."This was the hardest thing...
Impact under Fire as Goals-Against Pile Up during Summer Slump
Slumping Impact adjusting to summer heat--MONTREAL - The heat is on the Montreal Impact.Coming off an embarrassing 4-0 loss in New York on the weekend, coach Marco Schallibaum took the team to a park across the street from Saputo Stadium on Tuesday and...
'Imperative' for Metro to Make an Acquisition to Compete with Loblaw: Analyst
Metro needs to make a purchase: analyst--TORONTO - CIBC analyst Perry Caicco says it's "imperative" for Montreal-based supermarket chain Metro (TSX:MRU) to make an acquisition in light of Loblaw's planned purchase of Shoppers Drug Mart.Loblaw's (TSX:L)...
Juror Backs out of Book Deal as Comments Fuel Ire over Zimmerman Verdict
Juror's comments fuel Zimmerman anger--WASHINGTON - An anonymous juror in the George Zimmerman trial is no longer writing a tell-all book after saying on CNN that an unarmed Trayvon Martin was partly to blame for his fate while his killer's "heart was...
Kent Austin Poised to Make His Return to Regina - but as Hamilton's Head Coach
Austin poised to make his return to Regina--He led Saskatchewan to victory as a quarterback in one of the most exciting Grey Cup games ever in 1989, then again eight years later as the Roughriders head coach.On Sunday night, Kent Austin will return to...
Lac-Megantic Train Engineer Speaks for First Time, through Lawyer; Says He's 'Devastated'
Lac-Megantic train engineer 'devastated'--MONTREAL - The train engineer at the centre of the Lac-Megantic disaster investigation is emotionally "devastated" by the tragic event, his lawyer says.Tom Harding has vanished from public sight and his lawyer's...
Lawsuit Claiming Loss of Cultural Identity Due to 60's Scoop to Go Ahead
Cultural identity loss lawsuit to proceed--TORONTO - A class action lawsuit which claims a loss of cultural identity was suffered by aboriginal children adopted into non-indigenous homes during the so called "60's Scoop" was given the green light to...
Man Gets 10 Years for Fatal Beating of Roommate during Drunken Argument
Man gets 10 years for fatal beating--SASKATOON - A man who killed his roommate after a racist comment was made during a heated, drunken argument has been sentenced to 10 years in prison.Jake Ottertail, 35, had originally been charged with second-degree...
Mayor on Whether He Really Kills Kittens: 'Everything Has Been Said'
Mayor declines to discuss kitten-killing--MONTREAL - It turns out that a politician can't make a quip about casually killing kittens, these days, without having to endure some backlash.Huntingdon, Que., Mayor Stephane Gendron, whose other career is radio...
Meagre Summer Break for Some Cabinet Ministers with Hefty To-Do List
Hefty to-do list greets recently shuffled--OTTAWA - The thing about cabinet shuffles in the summer is they don't lend themselves to relaxing on the deck with a beer and a hot dog. Those taking on new portfolios soon find themselves with little down time.Here's...
Mercedes Benz Start Up Names Emerging Designers to Show at Toronto Fashion Week
Designers win chance to show at Fashion Week--TORONTO - A select group of emerging homegrown designers has earned the chance to present their collections at World MasterCard Fashion Week in Toronto -- and one label will walk away with a significant grand...
Metric, Tegan and Sara, Godspeed! Make Short List for $30,000 Polaris Prize
Metric, Stetson make Polaris Prize short list--TORONTO - Considering its remarkable cachet, it can be easy to forget that the Polaris Prize -- awarded to the artist who produced Canada's top album of the year -- is still fairly new, not even 10 years...
More Changes in the Works for Toronto FC, with Marquee Signing Expected Soon
Toronto FC expects still more changes--Expect the revolving door at Toronto FC to keep turning. Manager Ryan Nelsen says he has not finished pruning the MLS team roster even in the wake of Darren O'Dea, Luis Silva and Danny Califf leaving the building.The...
New Documentary Shows All Sides of Tennis Sisters Venus and Serena Williams
New doc shows all sides of Williams sisters--TORONTO - There's a scene in the new documentary about tennis stars Venus and Serena Williams where Serena is on a treadmill after a U.S. Open match ripping into her hitting partner. She's dressing him down...
NHL Free Agents Remaining List
NHL Free Agents Remaining List--NEW YORK, N.Y. - The National Hockey League players who are, effective July 5, still free agents. Some players may have recently signed with their respective teams, however their contracts had not yet been filed with the...
NHL Free Agents Signed List
NHL Free Agents Signed List--NEW YORK, N.Y. - A list of 2013 National Hockey League free agent signings by Canadian teams and notable signings by other teams (all figures in U.S. dollars):CALGARY FLAMESChris Butler, D, re-signed, 1 yr, $1.7 million,...
OECD Urges Canadian Government Target Problem of Long-Term Unemployment
OECD urges help for long-term jobless--OTTAWA - The federal government is being urged to provide targeted assistance for Canada's long-term unemployed, a problem the OECD says remains unacceptably high despite the improving jobs picture.And in a new...
Ontario Ombudsman Warns Government about Regulating Medical Transfers
Ombud warns Liberals about medical transfers--TORONTO - Ontario's ombudsman is warning the governing Liberals that unless they live up to their promise to protect patients by regulating non-emergency medical transfers soon, he'll be forced to re-open...
Owner of Doomed Mall Desperate to Sell as Woes Mounted
Owner of doomed mall desperate to sell--ELLIOT LAKE, Ont. - The owner of the ill-fated Algo Centre Mall made numerous attempts to off-load the deteriorating property as he desperately tried to keep his bank at bay, an inquiry heard Tuesday.An inspection...
Pierce to Get More Freedom and Bombers Get DB Johnny Sears Back in Lineup
Bombers to loosen leash on Buck Pierce--WINNIPEG - Coach Tim Burke suggests the Winnipeg Blue Bombers will loosen the leash on quarterback Buck Pierce just a little as they try to spark a lacklustre offence.Pierce has been a quarterback who moves and...
Premier Says Liberals Do Not Pay to Hush Critics
Liberals don't pay to hush critics, says premier--VICTORIA - Premier Christy Clark says her government doesn't pay hush money to keep potential critics quiet, but the Opposition New Democrats say the Liberals have gone strangely silent on potentially...
Prentice to First Nations: Seize Resource Opportunities before It's Too Late
Seize resource opportunities: Prentice to AFN--OTTAWA - One of Stephen Harper's former cabinet ministers is urging First Nations to seize the "incredible opportunities" in the energy and natural resource sectors before they get left behind.Jim Prentice,...
Public Won't Heed Warnings about Leaving Dogs in Cars, SPCA Inspector Says
Dogs left alone in cars despite heat warnings--ST. CATHARINES, Ont. - The public is still not heeding warnings about leaving dogs alone in vehicles in the sweltering heat, says an Ontario SPCA spokesman."We're still getting a call a day," said Kevin...
Regulator Won't Hike Pay Phone Rates, May Block Yanking of Money-Losing Phones
CRTC turns down pay phone price hike--GATINEAU, Que. - Canada's telecom regulator is hanging up on Bell Canada's bid to increase the cost of using a pay phone.The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission has rejected a request by Bell...
Saskatoon Health Region Fined $154K in Deadly CO Leak at Seniors Home
Saskatoon Health Region fined in deadly leak--SASKATOON - A Saskatchewan health region has been fined $154,000 after a carbon monoxide leak that contributed to three deaths at a seniors home.The Saskatoon Health Region pleaded guilty to two charges under...
Study Raises Red Flag regarding Commonly Used Prostate Cancer Therapy
Study raises prostate cancer therapy red flag--TORONTO - A new study raises a red flag about a therapy commonly used in advanced prostate cancer.The work suggests that what's known as androgen deprivation therapy may increase a patient's risk of developing...
Sun Media Cutting 360 Jobs and Closing 11 Papers as Focus Shifts to Digital
Sun Media closing 11 papers, cutting 360 jobs--Sun Media Corp. is slashing 360 jobs and shutting down 11 publications across the country, saying it needs to invest more heavily in digital news to lure in younger readers.In addition to job cuts sprinkled...
The Canadian Press News Agenda for Wednesday, July 17, 2013
The Canadian Press News Agenda for July 17--EDITORS: Following is a list of news events for July 17 as of 9:25 p.m. ET: x-denotes wire, y-denotes picture, z-denotes graphics coverage. Copy from other events based on merit and availability. All times...
Top Atlantic News
Top Atlantic News--Here are the Top Atlantic News stories from The Canadian Press as of 4 p.m. AT. All times are local unless otherwise stated. Coverage plans are included when available. Entries are subject to change as news develops. This advisory...
Top B.C. News as of 11:30 A.M
Top B.C. News--TUESDAY, July 16B.C. NEWS ADVISORYHere are the top B.C. news stories from The Canadian Press as of 11:30 a.m. All times local unless otherwise stated. Coverage plans are included when available. Entries are subject to change as news develops....
Top News Advisory at 6:25 A.M. Tuesday, July 16, 2013
Top News Advisory--Tuesay, July 16, 20136:25 a.m.Here are the top news stories from The Canadian Press. All times are Eastern unless otherwise stated. Coverage plans are included when available. Entries are subject to change as news develops. Contact...
Toronto Officer Disciplined for Posing as Flooded Train Passenger: Police Chief
Toronto officer disciplined for flood fakery--TORONTO - Toronto police Chief Bill Blair says an officer has been disciplined for posing as a stranded passenger on a waterlogged commuter train during major flooding last week.Blair told radio station Newstalk...
Toronto Stock Market Drops on Materials, Energy, Weak US Earnings
TSX falls on materials, energy weakness--TORONTO - Several disappointing U.S. earnings reports pulled North American stock markets lower on Tuesday, while investors sold off materials and energy stocks.The S&P/TSX composite index lost 11.46 points...
TSX Listed Corporate Dividends and Distributions Declared July 16
TSX listed corporate dividends, distributions--TORONTO - Dividends or distributions were declared or updated on the following listed issues on the Toronto Stock Exchange on July 16, 2013.<Baytex Energy Corp. (TSX:BTE): $0.22. Payable Aug 15. Record...
Union Raises Concerns about Therapist Shortage, Service Cuts at Regina Hospitals
Therapist shortage hits Regina hospital--REGINA - A shortage of physical and occupational therapists has a Saskatchewan health region saying it can't continue to meet its service standards.An internal memo from the Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region says...
What Canada Did at the 2013 Summer Universiade
What Canada Did at the 2013 Summer Universiade--KAZAN, Russia - What Canada did Tuesday at the 2013 Summer Universiade:MEN'S BASKETBALLCanada (6-2) lost 87-74 to Serbia for the bronze medal. Canada finished fourth overall.RUGBY SEVENSMenCanada (3-2)...
Winnipeg Woman to Hold Domestic Abuse Fundraiser to Protest Chris Brown Concert
Fundraiser to protest Chris Brown concert--WINNIPEG - A Manitoba woman is protesting an upcoming concert by controversial R&B singer Chris Brown by holding a rival event -- a fundraiser for domestic violence victims.Susie Parker said she had a "gut...
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