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Caterpillar pulls plug on London plant
In August, heavy truck manufacturer Navistar International Inc. announced the official closing of a factory in Chatham, Ont.
Construction stocks building momentum
He generally prefers construction companies, such as Bird, Flint and Aecon as well as The Churchill Corp. and North American Energy Partners Inc., over oil sands suppliers like SNC-Lavalin Group Inc., Finning International Inc. and Wajax Corp. Mr ...
Heading east: Vancouver art scene on the move
With the opening of the new Equinox Project Space, an east side art neighbourhood is emerging in the area. Within a short walking distance of each other are several public and private galleries including grunt, On Main, Elliott Louis as well as ...
Tough times for horse market
While the spotlight focused on banks, housing prices and the auto industry, the economic meltdown of 2008 also sparked the so-called “horse market crash” in the U.S.. The Canadian horse market isn't in free fall, but equine owners north of the border ...
Shark Fin Soup Could Soon Be Banned In New York
The process of shark finning is considered inhumane and environmentally unsound, but it continues because shark fins are lucrative and a key part of Chinese banquet dining.
Experts Swim Against Shark Fin Debate  Wall Street Journal (blog)
Mike deGruy: 1951-2012
Santa Barbara International Film Festival director Roger Durling, also speaking at the Sunday memorial, added to the tales of Mike's particular brand of enthusiasm.
Obama at restaurant that still serves shark fin
The Save Our Seas Foundation, an ocean protection group, has estimated that as many as 72 million sharks annually are subjected to "finning," a process of slicing off the fins and dumping the shark back into the ocean to die. A San Francisco ...
Sharks: The Fight To Keep Them Alive
“When he's finning and the tags out of the water, it can fix a position on where the shark is,” said Domeier with the Marine Conservation Science Institute.