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Geodex Minerals Ltd. , announces that it has closed a non-brokered unit private placement of $90,000 and $5,100 in flow-through shares.
He established the Dobson Foundation, in part, to promote entrepreneurship throughout the country.
"We know exactly what goes into the food," said Nadine Richard, a cook at the school.
Consultants meet with residents about a safety review they've done on Grand Lake Road.
Gerry Byrne says people involved in the fishery who are waiting for erroneous changes to the Employment Insurance program to be remediated may have to wait months for their full benefits.
He had broken bones in his left leg. The femur in his right leg came out of its socket.
In a span of just over a week this fall, four Canadian soldiers who served in Afghanistan took their own lives.
Edward VIII's 'first great love' dramatised in Downton Christmas special: Married socialite who stole royal's heart BEFORE he met Wallis Simpson written into hit ITV show filmed at Buckingham Palace Downton Abbey will dramatise Edward VIII's first love affair with a married woman, five years before he met Wallis Simpson as part of the programme's ... (more)
Debate over when to allow players to start hitting has inflamed emotions on both sides of the argument for years.
The Prince of Wales will join leaders from around the world for the funeral in Mandela's home village of Qunu A Buckingham Palace spokeswoman confirmed the Prince of Wales will join a whole range of world leaders, dignitaries, and celebrities for the state service in Mandela's home village of Qunu on December 15 , in what is expected to be the ... (more)
When Doug Greene heard his homeless friend had died in a burning bus shelter in a small town in Nova Scotia's Annapolis Valley, it reminded him of his own vulnerability.
Parents of children at a New Brunswick school that has a mould problem in its gymnasium have a tough decision to make.
The Canadian Taxpayers Federation has crunched the numbers, and they say Islanders who earn $25,000 or less are paying $17 per year more because of 'bracket creep'.
On Oct. 16, my husband, Mark, and I left home for a 10-night Canada and New England cruise on the Emerald Princess.