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If China is becoming a virtuous country with low levels of corruption, why do foreign investors not trust Chinese data and financial reports?

If China is becoming a virtuous country with low levels of corruption, why do foreign investors not trust Chinese data and financial reports? Feb 16, 2017 – But yet if you ask Jim Chanos or whoever wants to invest in China, they are very wary of the issue of “cooked books”. Answer by  Sean Quinn with almost 20 years of private ...

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Anita Deneault announces release of ‘Sunflower A Flow To Light’

Sunflower A Flow To Light by Anita Deneault

Anita Deneault announces release of ‘Sunflower A Flow To Light’ Book is about author’s real life moments, energy moments, spiritual journeys through them QUALICUM, British Columbia — Anita Deneault was raised to understand that energy exists, surrounds and is a part of one’s existence. This foundation stretched further when she started her healing path that allowed her heart to rest ...

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New skills unveiled for 23rd annual – Ford Hot Shots competition

Ford Hot Shots competition, 800 jobs

New skills unveiled for 23rd annual Ford Hot Shots competition Feb. 16, 2017 – Some of the most iconic shots in curling history will be paid tribute in a brand-new Ford Hot Shots skills competition this season. The annual competition, which is a staple of the opening weekend at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts and Tim Hortons Brier, is being ...

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Author Yury Vasiliev releases ‘Saga of Carus’

Saga Of Carus by Yury Vasiliev

Author Yury Vasiliev releases ‘Saga of Carus’ Book chronicles journey of Russian-born explorer to Canada at dawn of 19th century HALIFAX, Nova Scotia – As a new Canadian, Yury Vasiliev was inspired by the history and nature of Canada. Having lived in the country for 10 years, he decided to say his sincere and heartfelt thanks to his new home ...

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It began in 1867…….. Part One

It began in 1867...

It began in 1867……..  Part One A critical look at Canada’s past, and how social, political and cultural changes have shaped the outlook of country as  well people January 2017 – We are almost at the juncture of enthusiastically celebrating our country’s 150th anniversary this year on 1st of July, and it is indeed very special occasion to express our pride and appreciation what ...

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Curling Canada honours annual award-winners

Curling Canada honours annual award-winners ST. CATHARINES, Ont., February 20, 2017 — Three women who have put in countless hours behind the scenes to advance the sport of curling have won prestigious Curling Canada awards, it was announced on Monday. Regina’s Bernadette McIntyre has been named winner of the Curling Canada Award of Achievement, while Kathy Siddall of Kentville, N.S., has ...

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An Interview with Hon. Maxime Bernier

An Interview with Hon. Maxime Bernier

An Interview with Hon. Maxime Bernier Montreal, February 21, 2017 – I had the pleasure of chatting with Hon. Maxime Bernier as he was visiting Montreal to address audience at The Palace Laval. Mr. Maxime Bernier is a businessman, a lawyer and a politician since 2006. He is currently serving as the Member of Parliament for the riding of Beauce in Quebec. Bernier has ...

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Maxime Bernier Strengthens His Montreal Team

An Interview with Hon. Maxime Bernier

Maxime Bernier Strengthens His Montreal Team Ottawa, February 21, 2017 – Today, Conservative Party of Canada Leadership Candidate Maxime Bernier announced that Senator Larry Samith and former Minister of State for Immigration, the Honourable Gerry Weiner have pledged their support for his campaign. “Conservatives must succeed in all regions of Canada in order for our movement to be successful. I have been ...

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Naomi cuts hair to Help Children with Cancer As Little Angels celebrate Prince Elan’s Birthday

children with cancer

Naomi cuts hair to Help Children with Cancer As Little Angels celebrate Prince Elan’s Birthday Montreal – Seven years old Naomi Sokal donated her beautiful European virgin hair to help children with cancer who lose their hair. The event was held in Cote-des-Neiges on February 12, 2017, despite 15 to 20 centimeter snowfall. The fundraiser was hosted by The Little Angels Charity ...

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