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German Plane Deliberately Crashed in French Alps

by LINDSEY FEINGOLD

On Tuesday, March 24, a plane en route from Barcelona, Spain to Dusseldorf, Germany, crashed in the French Alps. There were 144 passengers on the plane and six crew-members, according to CNN. 526 more words

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Barrick Gold Corp chairman gets $3.4-million pay hike in 2014 despite poor stock performance

The chairman of Barrick Gold Corp. received a big pay hike in 2014 despite another rough year for shareholders.

John Thornton was paid a whopping US$12.9-million for his work last year, according to a proxy circular filed by the company Friday night. 395 more words

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Goodbye Future Shop: 66 stores to be closed immediately, the remainder turned into Best Buy outlets

Dozens of Future Shop stores across Canada have been shuttered, effective immediately, the company announced Saturday, resulting in about 1,500 job losses

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Future Shop closes stores across Canada

Best Buy Canada closed 131 Future Shops across the country Saturday as it begins the consolidation of the electronic stores under the Best Buy Brand. 48 more words

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BREAKING : BOMB BLAST IN ENUGU POLLING UNIT

News just reaching us indicates that a car
bomb exploded at the WTC Primary School
Polling Booth in Enugu North Local Government
Area of Enugu State at about 7.38 am today, 164 more words

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Some Kind'a Blue 

You bring Blue , You bring blue now, You make it blue, Like a bruise now , Whirlpool, Starting with spinning rides, Dragging into ‘The drowning place’, The sad place. 75 more words

Conrad Black expressed interest in any dailies that Postmedia may have had to sell

In early January, at the annual National Post forecast luncheon held at the Canadian Club in downtown Toronto, Conrad Black sidled up beside Postmedia Network Corp.’s CEO and president, Paul Godfrey, and asked him about the Competition Bureau. 1,131 more words

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