COLIN CAMPBELL’S article about Canadians being overcharged despite the increased value of the loonie was both interesting and informative (“Why you’re still getting gouged,” Business, Aug. 18). A more interesting study still would look at the reasons why Canadians pay higher prices for goods within their own country or even their own province.
He might stand just two foot eight and be six years old, but Nils Olav has something the other king penguins at the Edinburgh Zoo don’t have: a knighthood from Norway’s King Harald V.Last week, the bird waddled down a line of Norwegian King’s Guards, pausing to inspect several before receiving the official knighthood and a medal attached to his wing with a ribbon.
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