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New Barrick CEO gets mixed reviews
Mr. Sokalsky graduated in 1980, became a chartered accountant two years later and joined George Weston Ltd., where he worked for 10 years before landing at Barrick.
Ranking Canada's top 1000 public companies by profit
The Top 1000 rankings in ROB Magazine and this website only provide a limited snapshot of data for the top 1000 companies in Canada.
TransLink may crank up park-and-ride rates
An Impark-run lot at King George station in Surrey costs $6 to park for the day, prompting many motorists heading there to park for free a couple blocks away along Fraser Highway instead.
Surrey man dismembered roommate, froze parts, Crown alleges
The deceased man's skull wasn't discovered until three months later (November 2008) in a grassy area beneath a Hydro tower near 92 Avenue and King George Boulevard. In court on Monday morning, Crown prosecutor Brad Kielmann said Hosack and ...
Fraser River water levels to peak over weekend
The rain and snowmelt that has been causing high water in the Fraser River system and flood watch warnings in Prince George and Chilliwack is not expected to create similar problems in Mission. The Fraser River gauge in Mission was measured at 5.86 ...
Holly Mathias tops NRHS awards list
MacLean also won the Nighthawk Staff Award, Riverton Community Club Award, Amtek Ltd. Award and he had the highest mark in accounting 12.
Short Squeeze Stocks: In Search of the Next Volkswagen
The one stock that cleared all these hurdles is the holding company George Weston (Toronto: WN.TO) (OTC Markets: WNGRF), which is best known for its nearly 60 percent controlling stake in Canadian grocer Loblaw (Toronto: L.TO) (OTC Markets: LBLCF).
Tip leads to thieves' capture in Langley
On June 20, members of the Burnaby RCMP detachment's Prolific Offender Suppression Team arrested two men in the act of stealing merchandise from a commercial truck while it was in transit from Burnaby to Prince George. The suspects were followed from ...
Surrey student sues McDonald's over coffee spill
Nansy Saad is suing McDonalds after allegedly receiving serious burns from coffee spilled on her by an attendant at the restaurant.
As Baptists Prepare to Meet, Calvinism Debate Shifts to Heresy Accusation
But both Southern Baptist Theological Seminary president Albert Mohler and George W. Truett Theological Seminary professor Roger Olson, in separate blog posts, said that parts of the document sound like semi-Pelagianism, a traditionally heretical ...