Brian Laundrie look-alike spotted by TikTok user in Canada

A flight attendant has posted a photo she snapped of a “flustered” man she said looked strikingly similar to Gabby Petito’s missing boyfriend Brian Laundrie outside a hotel in Canada, according to a report. The woman said on TikTok that she spotted the man on Monday as he walked out...
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Two former SNC-Lavalin executives charged with fraud and forgery

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) have arrested and charged two former SNC-Lavalin executives on suspicion of fraud forgery and conspiracy, the national force announced yesterday. It said the arrest of Normand Morin, a former vice-president of SNC-Lavalin, and Kamal Francis, a former vice-president at SNC-Lavalin International, followed a “lengthy...
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Red Wings’ Tyler Bertuzzi is ready to sit out games in Canada rather than be vaccinated

Tyler Bertuzzi of the Detroit Red Wings faces the prospect of being barred from entering Canada because he’s unvaccinated, which means he could forfeit nine game checks this season. Nevertheless, the 26-year-old forward said Thursday that his decision not to get vaccinated against the coronavirus was “pretty set in stone.”

Q&A With Legendary Expedition Canoeist Mike Ranta

Great Bear Lake in the Northwest Territories. I’d love to circumnavigate it. I love the isolation. my best friend, campsite soldier and bear scarer—my pup Spitzii!. “stay in control cause if you ain’t in control, you’re in trouble,” and that was from an old friend, Bobby Davidson. 6The canoe I...

Vendasta among Canada’s Top Growing Companies

The Globe and Mail list features country’s thriving businesses. Vendasta is proud to announce it secured a spot on The Globe and Mail’s 2021 Report on Business ranking of Canada’s Top Growing Companies. Marketing Technology News: MarTech Interview with Christina Park, VP of North America Enterprise Sales at LoopMe. With...

Streamer Globoplay bound for Canada, Europe

NEWS BRIEF: Globo-owned Brazilian SVoD service Globoplay will launch in Europe and Canada on October 14. The streamer will offer telenovelas such as Orphans of a Nation plus other original series and Brazilian films, live sport and news. It also features seven linear channels: TV Globo, Multishow, GloboNews, GNT, VIVA, SporTV and Premiere. In total, Globoplay will be available to more than 20 countries, including Germany, Spain, France, Italy, Portugal and the UK, having landed in the US last year.

Dynaudio, Azione Unlimited Enter Exclusive Buying Group Partnership

Renowned Danish loudspeaker manufacturer Dynaudio is thrilled to announce that it is joining the Azione Unlimited, the Smart Home Association™ as its newest vendor member. The newly formed partnership represents an exclusive industry relationship between Dynaudio and Azione Unlimited. It also bolsters the Azione Unlimited offering for its 257 American and Canadian dealer members and perfectly complements a curated roster of best-in-class vendors partners.

Transcontinental CEO François Olivier to retire, Peter Brues named successor

MONTREAL — Transcontinental Inc. says chief executive François Olivier will retire in December after 28 years with the company, including 13 years as CEO. The printing and packaging company says Peter Brues, a member of its board of directors since 2018 and chair of the audit committee, will succeed him.

Lululemon Reaches Deal To Become Canada’s Olympic Outfitter

Lululemon (NASDAQ:LULU) has reached a deal to be the exclusive Olympic outfitter of Team Canada through the 2028 Games. Under a deal announced with the Canadian Olympic Committee, the Vancouver-based athletic apparel company will be the exclusive supplier of Olympic-branded clothing for the next four Olympic Games, including:. The Winter...

Morris Prychidny Purchases 30,000 Shares of Nighthawk Gold Corp. (TSE:NHK) Stock

Nighthawk Gold Corp. (TSE:NHK) Director Morris Prychidny purchased 30,000 shares of the company’s stock in a transaction on Wednesday, September 22nd. The stock was purchased at an average price of C$0.78 per share, for a total transaction of C$23,400.00. Following the purchase, the director now directly owns 698,103 shares of the company’s stock, valued at approximately C$544,520.34.
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Queen 'murder hornet' of different color found in fourth Washington nest destroyed by officials

BLAINE, Wash. — Another nest built by Asian giant hornets north of Seattle close to the Canada border has been destroyed, according to state officials. The Washington State Department of Agriculture said Thursday on social media that the latest nest eradication of the also known as murder hornets east of Blaine, Washington is the fourth overall and third this year, The Bellingham Herald reported.

GM Canada Hit With Class Action Lawsuit Over Alleged Airbag Failures

A class-action lawsuit has been filed against GM Canada alleging the automaker knowingly delivered vehicles equipped with faulty airbag sensing and diagnostic modules. According to Car Complaints, the lawsuit alleges the airbag sensing and diagnostic modules in certain GM Canada vehicles have software calibration defect that prevents the airbags and seatbelt pre-tensioners from working in the event of a crash. Specifically, the suit says the software is calibrated to deploy the airbags and pre-tensioners 45 milliseconds after a crash has begun, but claims the typical crash duration of a front vehicle-to-barrier collision lasts about 80-150 milliseconds.

Study reveals which country has the best Netflix content - and America’s not even close

A study has revealed which countries have the best-ranking Netflix content in the world.According to Uswitch, which analysed the IMDB scores and TV and film awards given to series and films available in the 190 countries that have the streaming service and converted these scores into points out of 100, Japan has the best content as it has content that amasses 27,285 IMDb scores, and 19,255 TV and film awards. For that, Uswitch scored them 100 out of 100.Coming in second was the Czech Republic with an overall score of 97.61, and South Korea came in third with 94.02.The...

ENERGY Transportation Group ranks among Canada’s top growing companies

ENERGY Transportation Group has been named one of Canada’s Top Growing Companies, according to the recently released annual list from The Globe and Mail. The Globe and Mail’s directory of Canada’s Top Growing Companies is a prestigious list that covers everything from fashion to medical testing to manufacturing. ⁠This year ENERGY Transportation Group is No. 207 of 448, boasting 198% revenue growth over the past three years.