THANK YOU FOR Michael Friscolanti’s article about the listeria outbreak at Maple Leaf Foods (“How safe is your food?” Business, Nov. 10). It was very moving for me as my mother, Elizabeth Schroh, passed away in August after it was confirmed her blood contained isteria monocytogenes.
If there’s one quality that political neophyte John Key brings to his new job as New Zealand’s incoming prime minister, it’s a belief in perseverance. The 47-year-old leader of the centre-right National Party grew up in a single-parent home under the guidance of a Jewish mother who fled her native Austria in the perilous 1930s.
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