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Visionary curator Jean Sutherland Boggs framed a legacy
Her parents, Oliver Desmond and Humia Marguerite (n�e Sutherland), were both Canadians and met while working for International Petroleum - he as a geologist and she as a schoolteacher. Eldest child Jean moved back to Canada first to attend Alma ...
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Steel industry on subsidy life-support as China's economy slows
Larger rival Valin Steel Co Ltd, which swung back into profit in the first half, received nearly 80-million yuan in subsidies - four times its earnings.
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Alibaba set to price IPO shares amid investor frenzy
At the top end of its range, the IPO would raise almost $22 billion, but if underwriters exercise an option to sell more shares, Alibaba's market debut will top Agricultural Bank of China Ltd's record $22.1 billion listing in 2010. Given the size of ...
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Adidas shares jump on report of hedge fund activism
Citing unnamed financial sources, the magazine said the funds would seek radical changes at Adidas, including the removal of Chief Executive Herbert Hainer and the possible spin off of fitness brand Reebok International Ltd.and golf label TaylorMade.
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Federal Court overturns Robert Latimer's travel restrictions
�I cannot discern any basis for the appeal board to find that Mr. Latimer poses any risk to any persons inside or outside of Canada, or that an elimination of reporting requirements for international travel would present any real risk to public safety ...
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CN faces first fine under Fair Rail act for failing to move enough grain
Grain companies Viterra Inc. and Richardson International Ltd. have filed separate complaints with the Canadian Transportation Agency alleging CN provided poor service this spring.
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'Forced labour' rife in Malaysian electronics factories: report
Nearly a third of some 350,000 workers in Malaysia's electronics industry - a crucial link in the international consumer supply chain - suffer from conditions of modern-day slavery such as debt bondage, according to a study funded by the U.S ...
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Ukrainian President Poroshenko thanks Canada for support
Ukraine has repeatedly asked for weapons, in particular defensive equipment such as anti-tank or anti-air assets, that could stand up to Russian aggression, but Canada and other NATO allies have serious misgivings about this and have limited assistance ...
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East Ukraine's special status 'step in the right direction,' Russia says
On Wednesday, Ukraine passed laws granting temporary and limited self-rule to the eastern regions of Donetsk and Luhansk in an attempt to blunt the independence drive of separatist fighters there.
ACE's Multinational Claims Division Expands Global Capabilities with Key ...
ACE Group today announced key executive appointments in its Multinational Claims operations to support the recent creation of ACE's Global Accounts Division, which serves large multinational customers around the globe with complex underwriting and ...
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