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Carney 'dead money' warning targets Suncor, Teck
George Weston Ltd., the owner of the Loblaw's grocery chain, has $3.6 billion in cash and a 2.3% dividend yield, according to Bloomberg data.
Gulf grows over proxy advisory firms
Individual companies - including Canadian Tire Corp. and George Weston Ltd. - have also made submissions, complaining about inaccuracies and conflicts of interest, and especially about their inability to communicate with the proxy advisers.
Canadian food prices to jump as US drought pinches producers
Tyler Anderson/National PostExtreme drought conditions in several U.S. Midwest states are causing corn and soybean crops to wither, and analysts say the effects will ripple through the food chain.
Food prices to grow 3 to 4 per cent in 2013 as a result of US drought  Montreal Gazette
The sword and the stone
The company grew into the William Paterson Co. and was later taken over by George Weston Ltd. Elected to town council in 1868, Paterson served as deputy reeve and mayor before embarking on a political career at the federal level.
Kids wearing navy and white uniforms have lots of options
Frances Lindsay is starting Grade 7 this fall at Our Lady of Peace Catholic School in Etobicoke. The 12-year-old is all stocked up on Old Navy skorts and white button-downs from R.J.
Ruskin mill fire may have been electrical
However, the mill had yet to be inspected under Phase 2 of WorkSafeBC's Combustible Dust Strategy, created in response to catastrophic explosions in Burns Lake and Prince George earlier this year, according to spokesperson Donna Freeman.
New York, Philadelphia police stops draw criticism
Toronto councillor Frances Nunziata has repeatedly praised the work of TAVIS in her Weston-Mt. Dennis community. “The community does not ... Photos on the wall show him meeting President Obama and President George W. Bush. Browne gruffly brushes ...
Report released into fatal log boom accident
Smith was working for Sechelt Creek Contracting Ltd. at their wet- and dry-land log sorting operation near Twin Creeks, about six kilometres north of Langdale, when the accident occurred.
Lights out twice in South Surrey
... the second outage, which began at 8:45 p.m. Tuesday and lasted until 11:20 p.m. That outage affected a wider group - totalling 4,288 customers, including the 2,584 affected the night before - within an area bounded by King George Boulevard, 26 ...
Plane crash victim 'lived life to fullest'
One of his best friend's mothers nicknamed the 5'11” Smith “her little George Clooney” for his resemblance to the movie star.