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In 2006, Brazilian entrepreneur Eike Batista told a Canadian pension fund that he aimed to be the worlds richest man, promising that investors along for the ride would prosper, too. What followed was one of the most breathtaking rise-and-fall stories in the history of business. Canadian Crown attorney is set to release an investigative narrative that could reveal whether Toronto Mayor Rob Ford was a target of a massive police investigation and drug url raid. The Boston Red Sox completed an improbable worst-to-first comeback at Fenway Park, defeating the Cardinals to claim their third title in 10 years. Some entrepreneurs, investors and merchants are eyeing a far more mainstream use for bitcoin, the much-hyped and much-doubted type of digital cash that can be bought with traditional money. <br>More: http://blogs.wsj.com/canadarealtime/tag/ontario-teachers-pension-plan/







It's no mean effort. At an estimated cost of $4.4 billion (in U.S. dollars), getting off coal is shaping up to be "one of the largest single greenhouse gas reduction measures in North America," according to the Ontario Ministry of the Environment, and the effort is expected to reduce the province's carbon footprint from electricity by 75 percent. In 2011, coal supplied 13 percent of Ontario's installed generation capacity. Although Canada has abundant wind resources, it already depends on hydroelectric power for 27 percent of its energy. <br>More: http://www.greenbiz.com/blog/2013/11/04/how-ontario-getting-coal







First, the MOL must develop an enforcement strategy to address illegal unpaid internships. This strategy must include inspection blitzes, updated enforcement techniques to address the advertising of unpaid internships on the internet and the development of an anonymous tips hotline. Second, the MOL must develop an educational campaign to inform young workers, students, parents, post-secondary institutions and employers about the laws surrounding unpaid internships. This campaign must include site advertising, social media outreach and the development of audience-specific educational materials. Finally, the MOL must undertake a comprehensive review of the laws surrounding unpaid internships to determine how well they are facilitating the school-to-workforce transition for Canadian youth. The status-quo approach of expecting individual interns to stand up against their employers cannot continue. <br>More: http://www.thestar.com/opinion/commentary/2013/11/04/ontario_must_take_urgent_action_on_unpaid_internships.html







EDT. Acting Naughty, a 4-year-old daughter of Offlee Wild , stalked the pace to capture the six-furlong Whimsical Stakes (Can-III) by a head in April at the Toronto track. Two starts later, she scored another close up victory in the July 6 Sweet Briar Too Stakes at seven furlongs for trainer Donald MacRae and owner John Hillier. Bred in Ontario by William Graham, Acting Naughty is out of the Langfuhr mare Mariaburg. Claimed for $40,000 by MacRae during the fall of her 2-year-old season, Acting Naughty holds an overall record of 7-6-2 from 21 starts, for earnings of $404,464. <br>More: http://www.bloodhorse.com/horse-racing/articles/81761/ontario-fashion-boasts-two-graded-victors







Brian McHattie. But it could help protect Lake Ontario, which provides mostof Hamiltons drinking water The bill passed second reading at Queen's Park on Oct. 9. The city just wants to coax it along, the Ward 1 councillor said. Were giving it a little push given our position on the Great Lakes." Hes read the bill, he said, and its light on details of exactly how it protects the lakes. <br>More: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/hamilton/news/hamilton-urges-ontario-to-do-more-to-protect-great-lakes-1.2356331







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That didn't stop the office of Conservative MP Pierre http://wrusodiale.livejournal.com/7975.html Poilievre from calling Peters a few days after Prime Minister Stephen Harper signed the agreement to offer her a celebratory photo-op in her Eastern Ontario cheese shop. No thanks, Peters replied. Since then, however, Peters has learned more about the implications of the deal, and she said she's "getting a little more comfortable with Kim Kardashian it." She said she's more than ready to compete with the Europeans because she's confident she has a product that consumers will want. Vanquishing all her European competition with her first place finish in this fall's Global Cheese Awards her two-year old Lankaaster was declared "Supreme Global Champion" fuels her optimism. But Peters said she's also wary of what she doesn't know about the deal, and the fact that Harper has pledged to compensate cheese producers if their bottom lines take a hit from an influx of lower-priced European cheeses. <br>More: http://ca.finance.yahoo.com/news/award-winning-ontario-cheese-maker-says-europe-trade-193637634.html?.tsrc=lgwgr.pensionhotel.com/startdownload-06.-Secgr.pensionhotel.com/hotel-brno-astorkaked-ATCHEN.TTF-



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