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Articles from June 19, 2012

A Closer Look at Top Prospects Heading into This Week's NHL Draft
Looking closely at top NHL draft prospects--The decision is never an easy one -- and it might be even tougher this year.With the first round of the NHL draft set for Friday night at Pittsburgh's Consol Energy Center, there is very little consensus among...
Alberta Butterfly Lovers Aflutter over Northern Migration of Monarchs
Butterfly lovers aflutter over monarchs--EDMONTON - Lepidopterist hearts are fluttering over a new kind of royal visit.An unprecedented migration of monarch butterflies has brought the fragile, orange-and-black fliers north all the way from their wintering...
Alberta Looking at Ways to Expand Natural Gas Use, Including in Vehicles
Alberta exploring ways to up natural gas use--CALGARY - Alberta's premier says the province is looking at ways to boost the use of natural gas, including using it as a transportation fuel, at a time when dismal prices have been pinching producers as...
Anonymous Arrested? Six Nabbed for Cyber Attacks on Quebec Websites
Anonymous arrested? Six nabbed in Quebec cyber attacks--MONTREAL - Six people have been arrested amid a rash of cyber-attacks launched by the activist group Anonymous against Quebec government websites.The arrests were made in different Quebec cities...
Backyard on a Budget: Plants, Cushions, Bold Accents among Stylish Ways to Save
Backyard on a budget: Outdoor decor for less--TORONTO - It's a party spot, play area and private retreat rolled into one -- all nestled within the cosy confines of home.And with the arrival of warmer weather, many will be inclined to spend time revelling...
Bad Blood between Ottawa and Environmentalists Exposed at Rio Conference
Canada's dirty laundry exposed at Rio--OTTAWA - The bad blood between Ottawa and environmentalists was on display before the entire world Tuesday as negotiators from more than 100 countries signed a draft blueprint for sustainable development in Rio...
'Believe' by Justin Bieber among New CD Releases for the Week of June 19
'Believe' by Justin Bieber among new CDs--Here's a list of some new CD releases for the week of June 19:Fiona Apple _ "The Idler Wheel is Wiser Than the Driver of the Screw, and Whipping Cords Will Serve You More Than Ropes Will Ever Do"Justin Bieber...
Bombers Putting Starters on Field for Half of Last Pre-Season Game
Bombers play starters in last pre-season game--WINNIPEG - Their second and last pre-season game against the Hamilton Tiger-Cats will settle some questions for Winnipeg Blue Bombers coach Paul LaPolice.Wednesday's game is a big chance for those players...
Book on Managing Diabetes Fits Well into Any Lifestyle as It Promotes Healthy Eating
Diabetes cookbook promotes healthy eating--A new book on managing diabetes can be helpful to anyone who is trying to eat well, says its author."It's the healthiest program for most people and definitely for those who have had a heart attack, a stroke...
Brookfield Office Properties to Acquire Office Buildings in London, England
Brookfield to acquire buildings in London--LONDON - Brookfield Office Properties Inc. (TSX:BPO) announced Tuesday that it is buying a portfolio of office buildings and a development site in the London financial district from Hammerson plc for $829 million.The...
Business News as of 6 P.M. ET
Business News as of 6 p.m. ET--Tuesday, June 196 p.m. ETBUSINESS NEWS ADVISORYHere are the top Business News stories from The Canadian Press as of 6 p.m. ET. All times are Eastern unless otherwise stated. Coverage plans are included when available. Entries...
Canada Eyes Entry in Pacific Trade Talks as G20 Summit Comes to a Close
Canada eyes Pacific trade deal as G20 ends--LOS CABOS, Mexico - Mexico's inclusion in a round of major trade talks may bode well for Canada's own hopes of getting a seat at the negotiating table.But Prime Minister Stephen Harper played coy Monday when...
Canada Is in TPP Talks, but Will Price of Admission Be Too Costly?
More questions than answers with TPP--OTTAWA - The Trans-Pacific Partnership was a largely unknown brand beyond trade circles and policy wonks last fall when Stephen Harper signalled his desire to join the secretive nine-member club.Ottawa has since...
Canada Leaves G20 Summit with an Invite to Join Pacific Trade Talks
Canada leaves G20 with invite to trade talks--LOS CABOS, Mexico - Prime Minister Stephen Harper leaves the G20 summit in Mexico with an invite to pull up a chair at major trade talks, and newfound confidence that Europe will take bold action to get its...
Defender Valentin Set to Face Former Team as Impact Visits Chivas USA
Valentin meets old team as Impact visit Chivas--MONTREAL - The Montreal Impact were surprised to see defender Zarek Valentin's name on the list of available players for the Major League Soccer expansion draft last November and were quick to snap him...
Disaster Film Meets Rom-Com in 'Seeking a Friend for the End of the World'
Genres mash in boy-meets-girl comedy--TORONTO - There can be a positive side to the apocalypse, if you know where to look.At least according to writer/director Lorene Scafaria, whose lovelorn characters in "Seeking a Friend for the End of the World"...
Editorial Exchange: Cultivating a Safe School Environment
Editorial Exchange: Cultivating a safe school environment--An editorial from the Charlottetown Guardian, published June 19:The City of Charlottetown has made a sensible decision to assign a police officer to one of the city's high schools. The optics...
Editorial Exchange: Figures Don't See Light of Day
Editorial Exchange: Figures don't see light of day--An editorial from the New Glasgow News, published June 18:The federal Conservatives probably wish they had never said they'd be more open and accountable than their counterparts. They must also wish...
Editorial Exchange: G20 Should Press Europe for a Plan to Ease Debt Crisis
Editorial Exchange: G20 should press Europe for a plan to ease debt crisis--An editorial from the Toronto Star, published June 18:Prime Minister Stephen Harper and other Group of 20 leaders in Los Cabos, Mexico, have been spared a Eurocrisis now that...
Editorial Exchange: Thank You for Your Sacrifice
Editorial Exchange: Thank you for your sacrifice--An editorial from the Kamloops Daily News, published June 19:Sacrifice was a word oft repeated during Monday's memorial service for RCMP constables Joseph Keck, Donald Weisgerber and Gordon Pedersen.The...
Editorial Exchange: Top Secret
Editorial Exchange: Top secret--An editorial from the St. John's Telegram, published June 19:Information is power - so it stands to reason, perhaps, that the lack of information is powerlessness.And parliamentary budget officer Kevin Page must be feeling...
Editorial Exchange: Trains in Canada Need Video and Voice Recorders to Improve Safety
Editorial Exchange: Trains in Canada need video and voice recorders to improve safety--An editorial from the Toronto Star, published June 16:Investigators probing deadly accidents, like the VIA Rail crash in Burlington earlier this year, are tired of...
Entertainment Briefs from the Canadian Press
Canadian Press Entertainment briefs--Tuesday, June 19Johnny Depp splits from partner Vanessa ParadisLOS ANGELES -- Johnny Depp and his longtime partner, Vanessa Paradis, have split.A publicist for Depp said in a statement Tuesday that the two "have amicably...
Entertainment News as of 5 P.M. June 19
Entertainment News Advisory--Tuesday, June 19, 20125 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....
Environmental Groups Say Relocation of Alberta Grizzly Bears Harmful to Their Recovery
Relocation threatens grizzly survival: groups--CALGARY - Environmental groups say they are seeing a disturbing trend in the way the Alberta government has been coping with its threatened grizzly bear population.The latest report indicates a growing numbers...
Experts Embrace Ontario Anti-Bullying Law, Call for National Strategy
Experts call for national anti-bullying plan--TORONTO - Some of Canada's leading experts on bullying are calling for a national strategy to address an "epidemic," which they say not only affects children's psychological well-being and academic performance...
Feds Halt Border Listening Plan Pending Study of Privacy Implications
Feds end border snooping after passengers taped--OTTAWA - The federal government has hit the pause button on its plan to eavesdrop at border points after confirmation Tuesday that some travellers at the Halifax airport were secretly recorded.But there...
Flood Threat Eases in Prince George, but Fraser River Still Poses Danger
Flood threat eases in Prince George--VICTORIA - About 1,000 forest firefighters are on standby in B.C., not to battle a raging inferno but instead, to pile sandbags as flood threats persist across British Columbia.Justice Minister Shirley Bond said Tuesday...
Former Postmedia Exec Malcolm Kirk Named New President of the Canadian Press
Malcolm Kirk, new Canadian Press president--TORONTO - A former executive at Canada's largest newspaper publisher has been named president of The Canadian Press, capping more than a year of restructuring and recovery at the national news agency.Malcolm...
Generation Y Outspends Older Canadians on Luxury Travel, Fashion and Dining
Gen Y dominates luxury spending in Canada--MARKHAM, Ont. - Young and trendy members of Generation Y are outspending older Canadians in the luxury markets for fashion, travel and fine dining, according to a report released Tuesday.The American Express...
Georgia Beats Canada's Team 31-17 at the IRB's World Junior Rugby Trophy
Georgia beats Canada 31-17 in U20 rugby--SALT LAKE CITY - Taylor Paris of Barrie, Ont., led the way with two tries Monday but it wasn't enough as Canada's under-20 men's team opened the IRB's Junior World Rugby Trophy with a 31-17 defeat to Georgia.Toronto's...
German Fertilizer Producer K+S Breaks Ground on New Saskatchewan Potash Mine
K+S breaks ground on Saskatchewan potash mine--BETHUNE, - Shovels hit the dirt when a German fertilizer company held a groundbreaking ceremony in Saskatchewan, but it's what lies 1,500 metres below the surface that has drawn K+S Group to the province.K+S...
Greenpeace's Solar Ad Gets Cloudy Response from Billboard Company
Greenpeace's solar ad gets cloudy response--EDMONTON - A billboard company won't say why a Greenpeace ad touting solar energy over oil spills was rejected.The proposed billboard for downtown Edmonton featured the text: "When there is a huge solar energy...
Health-Lifestyles News Advisory as of 5 P.M. ET Tuesday, June 19
Health-Lifestyles News Advisory--Tuesday, June 19, 20125 p.m.HEALTH-LIFESTYLES NEWS ADVISORYHere are the Health-Lifestyles stories from The Canadian Press as of 5 p.m. ET. Coverage plans are included when available. Entries are subject to change as news...
Kenney Calls Alberta Deputy Premier, Apologizes for Profanity in Email
Kenney says he's sorry for A-bomb email--OTTAWA - Immigration Minister Jason Kenney finally apologized Tuesday for issuing a profane insult against Alberta's deputy premier --but only after spending much of the day refusing to acknowledge he'd done anything...
Life-Size Wooden Model of CSeries Jet Helps Bombardier Workers Troubleshoot
Bombardier uses massive wooden model of plane--MONTREAL - Bombardier's new CSeries may be a sophisticated new plane, but the manufacturer has built a wooden life-size model to help identify bugs that could lead to costly delays.For four months, Bombardier...
Luka Magnotta Pleads Not Guilty to Killing, Dismembering Chinese Student
Luka Magnotta pleads not guilty in brief hearing--MONTREAL - Luka Rocco Magnotta uttered a single word during his first court appearance as he pleaded not guilty Tuesday to first-degree murder and four other charges.The suspect in the infamous body-parts...
Magnotta Court Appearance Stirs Public Curiosity at Montreal Courthouse
Lineup at courthouse for Magnotta appearance--MONTREAL - The lineup of spectators started stretching down the courthouse corridor more than an hour before Luka Rocco Magnotta's scheduled court appearance in Montreal.Journalists and interested onlookers...
Magnotta Prosecutors Reveal Their Other Mission: Comforting Victim's Family
Prosecutors in Magnotta case reveal their other mission--MONTREAL - The Crown prosecutors tasked with leading the criminal case against accused killer Luka Rocco Magnotta revealed Tuesday that they have another mission: helping the victim's family trust...
Man Arrested after Quebec City Mayor Snared in Shoving Match
Quebec City mayor caught in shoving match--QUEBEC - Quebec City Mayor Regis Labeaume was caught up in a shoving match over a new city bylaw on Tuesday that ended with one man being arrested for assault.The incident started as a man called out to the...
Max Pacioretty Faces More Chara Questions Ahead of NHL Awards Show
Pacioretty looking to put hit behind him--LAS VEGAS, Nev. - For Max Pacioretty, there is almost no escaping "The Hit."Even 15 months after the Montreal Canadiens forward had his neck broken after being driven into a stanchion by Boston Bruins captain...
Milt Stegall Gets to Enter Canadian Football Hall of Fame at Winnipeg Ceremony
Stegall to join Hall of Fame in Winnipeg--WINNIPEG - Milt Stegall is looking forward to one last cheer from the fans in Winnipeg where he played his 14 CFL seasons when he gets inducted into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame and Museum.The receiver...
Most Actively Traded Companies on the TSX, TSX Venture Exchange Markets
Most actively traded companies on the TSX--TORONTO - Some of the most active companies traded Tuesday on the Toronto Stock Exchange and the TSX Venture Exchange:Toronto Stock Exchange (11,788.36, up 187.23 points):Extorre Gold Mines Ltd. (TSX:XG). Miner....
Nav Canada to Participate in Joint Venture That Will Track Aircraft in Real Time
Nav Canada to participate in joint venture--Air traffic services provider Nav Canada is teaming up with a U.S. satellite company in a joint venture that will allow air traffic authorities to track airplanes in real time to help improve safety and fuel...
New, More Graphic Labels for Tobacco Come in; Smoking Rates Keep Falling
Smoking on the wane amid graphic warnings--OTTAWA - Smoking rates have dropped dramatically in the last 10 years, with steep declines in the number of teenage smokers, Statistics Canada reported today.The new numbers emerged as the federal government...
New York Poses Hurdle on Vancouver Squad's Road to MLS Redemption
Red Bulls pose major challenge for Whitecaps--VANCOUVER - The Vancouver Whitecaps will face another high hurdle Wednesday night as they try to keep pace with Major League Soccer's elite clubs.The New York Red Bulls will be missing a couple of stars as...
NHL Commissioner Says CBA Talks to Start in 'Not Too Distant Future'
Bettman indicates CBA talks soon to begin--LAS VEGAS, Nev. - With discussions soon to begin on a new collective bargaining agreement, NHL commissioner Gary Bettman stepped into a cone of silence following Tuesday's Board of Governors meeting.Bettman...
N.L. Premier Says Lower Prices Will Spike Budget Deficit in Oil-Reliant Province
N.L. government wary as oil price drops--ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Kathy Dunderdale is warning of soaring budget deficits and tighter spending if oil prices used to project the province's fiscal blueprint stay far lower than...
OECD Calls on Canada to Reverse Aid Cuts, to Avert Damage to Past Progress
OECD tells Canada to reverse aid cuts--OTTAWA - Canada needs to reverse cuts to international aid and set out a clear vision for how it carries out overseas development, says a new report.The Paris-based Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development...
Opposition Accuses NDP of Directing the Redrawing of Electoral Boundaries
Opposition slams NDP on electoral boundaries--HALIFAX - Nova Scotia's opposition parties are accusing the NDP government of directing the redrawing of the province's electoral boundaries.Both the Liberal and Progressive Conservative parties alleged that...
Ornge Scandal Could Have Been Prevented If Oversight Granted: Ombudsman
Ornge might have been prevented: ombudsman--TORONTO - The scandal at Ornge might have been prevented if the governing Liberals had allowed Ontario's ombudsman to scrutinize the troubled air ambulance service, watchdog Andre Marin said Tuesday.His office...
Ottawa Senators and Defenceman Erik Karlsson Agree to Seven-Year Extension
Karlsson agrees to seven-year extension--LAS VEGAS, Nev. - Somebody pinch Erik Karlsson before he wakes up.The Ottawa Senators defenceman arrived in Las Vegas hoping to become the youngest winner of the Norris Trophy in more than two decades and ended...
Owners of Kruger Mill Make Plea for Workers to Accept Wage Cut, Pension Changes
Kruger makes plea for workers to accept deal--CORNER BROOK, N.L. - The fate of a financially troubled paper mill on Newfoundland's west coast is now in the hands of its employees, the CEO of Kruger Inc. warned Tuesday in a letter.The letter, addressed...
Parkinson's Care Guidelines for Health Providers Also a Resource for Patients
Doctors get guide to help Parkinson's patients--TORONTO - Canada now has a set of national guidelines aimed at establishing a consistent standard for diagnosis and treatment of Parkinson's disease across the country.The guidelines, developed by neurologists...
PMO Praises Mountie Disciplined for Bullying Underlings in Security Detail
PMO backs bodyguard cited for intimidation--OTTAWA - The prime minister's office is praising the work of a senior RCMP officer who was recently disciplined for workplace bullying inside of Stephen Harper's security detail.An internal memo sent to Conservatives...
Pro Line Game Information from the Ontario Lottery Corp
Pro Line game information from the Ontario Lottery Corp.--SAULT STE. MARIE, Ont. - Pro Line game information:Wednesday, June 20E TIME SPT VIS HOME V+ V T H H+ O # U18 1:00p BBL ATL NYY 2.70 2.10 2.70 1.45 1.85 1.75 9.5 1.6519 2:00p BBL KC HOU 2.10 1.65...
Public Works Minister Rona Ambrose's Star Rising Slow and Steady
Rona Ambrose's star rises in government--OTTAWA - Rona Ambrose listens intently as a gaggle of Girl Guides show her their sashes and explain their badges."You're a pathfinder," says the minister for the status of women, correctly identifying an older...
Quebec Inquiry Hears Sensational Allegation: 'Dirty Money Finances Elections'
Quebec politics awash in illegal fundraising cash, inquiry hears--MONTREAL - A Quebec corruption inquiry has heard its most incendiary allegation to date: that political parties in the province are financed primarily with "dirty money."In one particularly...
Quebec Students Cheered by Criticism of Bill 78 by UN Human-Rights Agency
Students applaud UN rap of Bill 78--MONTREAL - Quebec students applauded a UN agency Monday night for slamming the province's controversial Bill 78, which puts limits on protests."It's good that they condemned it," said student Gabriel Barrea as he took...
Randy Bachman, Sarah McLachlan to Be Inducted into Walk of Fame
Randy Bachman among new Walk of Fame class--TORONTO - Musicians Randy Bachman and Sarah McLachlan are among the six latest inductees to Canada's Walk of Fame, which plans to move its sidewalk "stars" -- currently located in the city's entertainment district...
RCAF Should Have Buy Canada Policy for New Fixed-Wing Search Planes, Says Report
Buy new RCAF search planes in Canada: report--OTTAWA - The Harper government should be looking into a made-in-Canada solution to its search-and-rescue woes, especially when it comes to buying new fixed-wing planes, a new report suggests.The study, funded...
Release of Manitoba Bear Cub 'A Death Sentence:' Humane Society
Manitoba bear cub released into wild--WINNIPEG - A black bear cub that has become something of a celebrity in Manitoba has been released back into the wild despite concerns that it may not be able to survive on its own."He's going to be either preyed...
Report Shows Some Provinces Reversing Recent Improvements in Medical Wait Times
Wait times for some surgeries longer; report--OTTAWA - After several years of progress, it appears some provinces are slipping in their quest to reduce the time it takes to receive a number of benchmark medical treatments.Part of the slide can be attributed...
Rookie Trevor Harris Rallies Toronto Argos to Win over Montreal Alouettes
Harris rallies Argos to win over Alouettes--TORONTO - It was another terrific audition for Trevor Harris.The rookie quarterback came off the bench to throw two second-half touchdown passes and rally the Toronto Argonauts to a 25-20 exhibition CFL win...
School Speaks about Hypnotism Act That Went Awry
No lasting ill effects from school hypnotism--SHERBROOKE, Que. - A private girls' school has learned a lesson of its own -- don't hypnotize your students.Officials at the College du Sacre-Coeur explained Tuesday that they didn't know 14-year-olds were...
Senators Hoping the No. 15 Overall Draft Pick Will Be Kind Once Again
Sens confident as NHL draft approaches--OTTAWA - The last time the Ottawa Senators had the 15th overall pick in the NHL draft, they selected a future Norris Trophy finalist.The Senators are back in the same slot four years later as they head into this...
'Temple Run: Brave' Top Paid iPhone App in Canada
'Temple Run: Brave' top paid iPhone app--Top 10 free and paid apps for the iPhone and iPad in Canada for the week ending June 17.Top Free iPhone Apps1 Bag It! (Hidden Variable Studios)2 Pocket Planes (NimbleBit LLC)3 Parking Frenzy 2.0 (Games2win)4...
The Canadian Press News Agenda for Wednesday, June 20
The Canadian Press News Agenda for June 20--EDITORS: Following is a list of news events for June 20 as of 7 p.m. ET: x-denotes wire, y-denotes picture, z-denotes graphics coverage. Copy from other events based on merit and availability. All times local...
Threat of Summer Ontario Election Eases as Budget Battles Wind Down
Ontario election threat virtually eliminated--TORONTO - The threat of a summer election over the Ontario budget virtually evaporated Tuesday, but the partisan battles left some bitter feelings, especially among New Democrats and Liberals.The legislature...
Threat to Israel Is Threat to Canada, MacKay Tells Israeli Military Commander
Threat to Israel is threat to Canada: MacKay--OTTAWA - Israel has received private assurances Canada stands ready to help defend the Jewish state, but just how far the Harper government intends to take that commitment remains unclear.Newly released documents...
Top B.C. News as of 9 P.M
Top B.C. News--TUESDAY, June 19B.C. NEWS ADVISORYHere are the Top B.C. News stories from The Canadian Press as of 9 p.m.. All times local unless otherwise stated. Coverage plans are included when available. Entries are subject to change as news develops....
Top Weather Forecaster Pegs Soaring Ontario Temperatures to Hot U.S. Air
Hot U.S. air driving up Ontario temperatures--TORONTO - The sweltering heat cutting across southern Ontario this week is fuelled by hot air currents flowing north across the border from the United States, Canada's top weather forecaster said.The heat...
Torch of Life Tour Ends with Lung Recipient Leading Dance at Ontario Legislature
Torch of Life tour ends in dance, donor plea--TORONTO - A Torch of Life walk through 71 communities to raise awareness of the need for transplant organs ended Tuesday at the Ontario legislature with a rally and a plea for people to sign donor cards.Double-lung...
Toronto FC Sends Arrested Players Home, Looks to Get to Bottom of What Happened
Toronto FC sends arrested players home--Three Toronto FC players arrested for public intoxication in Houston have been sent home."Those players will not be eligible for selection (Wednesday against the Houston Dynamo)," Toronto coach Paul Mariner said...
Toronto Stock Market Ends Higher as Traders Focus on Start of Fed Meeting
TSX keeps gains on Fed meeting optimism--TORONTO - The Toronto stock market closed higher on Tuesday as investors reacted to positive economic data on both sides of the border and hope the U.S. Federal Reserve could provide a jolt of energy to the economy.The...
Tory-Created Parliamentary Budget Office Overstepping Its Mandate, Baird Says
Tory budget watchdog oversteps mandate: Baird--OTTAWA - The independent parliamentary budget office the Harper Conservatives conceived, created and staffed has overstepped its mandate, Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird said Tuesday.Budget officer Kevin...
TSX-Listed Corporate Dividends and Distributions Declared June 19, 2012
TSX-listed corporate dividends, distributions--TORONTO - Dividends or distributions were declared or updated on the following listed issues on the Toronto Stock Exchange on June 19, 2012.<Thomson Reuters Corporation Fltg Rate Pr Ii (TSX:TRI.PR.B):...
Union Representing B.C. Teachers Is Taking Government Back to Court
B.C. teachers heading back to court--VANCOUVER - The union representing 40,000 teachers in B.C. says it's taking the provincial government back to court to seek a "fair remedy" for legislation ruled unconstitutional.This most recent fight in the nearly...
'Wanderlust' among DVD Releases for June 17-23
'Wanderlust' among new DVDs--A look at some DVDs scheduled to be released in the weeks ahead.For the week of June 17-23And Everything is Going FineAttenbergA Bag of HammersBatman: The Brave and the Bold _ Complete Season ThreeBeing Erica: Season 4The...
Washington Court Rejects Burns, Rafay Appeal for 1994 Murders
Washington court rejects Burns, Rafay appeal--VANCOUVER - Two B.C. men serving life terms for crossing the border to kill the parents and disabled sister of one of them 18 years ago have had their efforts to appeal their life sentences rejected by a...
Winnipeg Jets Looking for a Little Size as They Prepare for NHL Entry Draft
Jets look for size as they prepare for draft--WINNIPEG - Their maiden season was an emotional and financial triumph but the Winnipeg Jets now have to make their sophomore run a little more successful on the ice.The former Atlanta Thrashers are a young...
World's Richest Saw Wealth Slip 1.7 per Cent in 2011, Report Says
World's richest saw wealth slip in 2011--Sellers of private jets, exotic sports cars and yachts to cruise the world may be feeling a pinch as the one per cent took a hit last year, albeit a small one.The turmoil on the financial markets and economic...
Young Canadians May Be Unaware of Consequences of Active Credit Card Use: TD
Are young Canadians aware of how credit works?--TORONTO - A new survey of young Canadians suggests the respondents believe there are benefits to giving their credit cards an active workout, but they may be overlooking some of the consequences when it's...

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