Oct 10, 2013
Albany Times Union
Dineen selected to AHL Hall of Fame Class of 2014
Longtime Adirondack Red Wings coach Bill Dineen is one of four people selected for induction into the American Hockey League Hall of Fame as the Class of 2014, the AHL announced today.
Alcoa to close two potlines in Quebec, delay new construction for three years
Alcoa will eliminate about 500 jobs by permanently closing two potlines this summer at its smelter in Baie-Comeau, Que., while also delaying construction of more efficient facilities at the smelter for three years.
The Globe and Mail
Saguenay mayor starts court battle for right to pray at council meetings
The business district in the Arvida area of Saguenay, 225 kilometres northeast of Quebec City, is pictured Wednesday November 10, 2010.
The Montreal Gazette
Rio Tinto Alcan studies cost-cutting options
Aluminum giant Rio Tinto Alcan is studying its options, including whether to seek the reopening of collective agreements, at it moves to reduce costs over the next 12 to 18 months to offset the challenges of a tough global market for the metal.
Medincine Hat News
Canadian-born film mogul Jake Eberts, who worked with Hollywood A list, dies
Jake Eberts, a "proud Canadian" who produced some of Hollywood's biggest films a " including four best-picture Oscar winners a " has died.