It is the plan that, seemingly, refuses to die. Critics thought the death knell had finally sounded last October, when last-minute negotiating disagreements killed a proposal to ship Toronto’s garbage to an abandoned open-pit mine near the community of Kirkland Lake, 600 km north.
A remorseful sounding Owen Nolan recalls the scene as “pretty scary.” During a Feb. 1 National Hockey League game, the San Jose Sharks captain levelled an unsuspecting opponent with a forearm smash to his head. The blow knocked Grant Marshall's helmet forward and the Dallas player's exposed head smacked the ice.By Brenda Branswell6 min
Great articles on Alberta (“Alberta bound,” Cover, Feb. 12). As a lifelong Albertan, I felt all of your articles summed up my feelings of where we’ve been and hopefully are going. I’ve never disagreed with us paying our fair share in transfer payments.
Ralph Klein: Canada's most successful politician calls election; appears in-Klein-ed to win yet again. David O’Brien: What now for an encore? Savvy CP CEO pleases shareholders—by breaking up the company! Bank CEOs: Face a new push to reform—and maybe reduce—the manner in which they’re paid.By Shanda Deziel5 min
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