- Patrice Vincent, 53, was killed Oct. 20 near Montreal when a man ran over with a car, in what Canada's government called a terror attack.
- A video filmed in Ontario shows how Canadians reacted when confronted with anti-Muslim sentiment: They attacked Islamophobes.
- Cirillo, 24, was a reservist from the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders of Canada regiment in Hamilton, Ontario.
- Fever-relieving medicine can encourage the virus to continue thriving in the body.
- Detroit has become the poster child for post-war American urban decay.
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- Deutsche Bank is as German as lederhosen, sauerkraut, beer and the Autobahn.
- Beginning in the fourth quarter of this fiscal year (July), Apple will pay a $2.65 per share dividend.
- Rahul Dravid announced his retirement from international cricket.
- Buffett didn't identify the new pick and he even said the candidate hasn't been notified yet.
- Hermes is following in the footsteps of two other shareholder advisory groups that have also recommended that certain members of the Murdoch family (and others) be removed from the board of directors.
- Scientists have managed to map the entire DNA of the Black Death's bubonic plague from the teeth of four 650-year-old skeletons, the remains of victims buried in London's plague pits.
- Historically, the sudden death of an active chief executive or chairman can prompt a sudden (and usually short-term) impact on a company’s underlying stock price – either positive and negative, depending upon various circumstances.
- By accumulating enough shares, stockholders would have the ammunition to force changes to the company's board.