What if your life was threatened? What if the amount of time you had left was somehow put at risk? You’d worry about all that you would lose, you’d worry about the people you are leaving behind, and you’d take massive action and do something about it, wouldn’t you?Thankfully, your life, at least as it pertains to the time you have available to you, isn’t being threatened now. But there are threats to your life worth avoiding, too. Specifically threats to the quality of your life.Life Is More Than TimeWhat if the quality of your life is being threatened? The quality of your life is as important as the quantity, and in many cases more important. If you agree with this statement, and surely you must, then you should act with equal or greater urgency when the quality of your life is threatened.Relationships: The quality of your life is the quality of your relationships. There are countless things that threaten your relationships, but the greatest threats are largely neglect and complacency. More than money or some other measurement of success, relationships are the scale you will use to take account of your life. If your relationships are not what you need them to be, then you have to take action with the greatest sense of urgency.Purpose and Meaning: If the quality of your life is hampered by the lack of meaning and purpose in your work, you have to make a choice. You have to change your work, or you have to give yourself over the work you are doing now. The truth of the matter is that you can find meaning and purpose in all kinds of work if you make the decision to give yourself over to it. If you aren’t making a contribution, you need to make changes.A Life Well LivedYour life isn’t measured only in time. It is measured in the quality of the life you live, the difference you make for the people that matter to you, and the contribution you make. Because this is true, you need to act as if your life depends upon you getting the big things right.Your intentions and your actions matter. It’s important to get the big things right when there are no second chances. Essential Reading! Get my 3rd book: Eat Their Lunch “The first ever playbook for B2B salespeople on how to win clients and customers who are already being serviced by your competition.” Buy Now
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Mumbai, May 25 (PTI) All set for his next big directorial release “Sulatan” with Salman Khan, Ali Abbas Zafar said he wanted to make the film only with the superstar.”I think I am fortunate enough to work with Salman sir. Whenever you write a character you visualise an actor thinking he can pull it off well. Our producer Aditya Chopra and I were very clear that we would do this film only if Salman sir agrees to do it,” Ali told reporters here at the trailer launch of “Sultan” last evening.The “Mere Brother Ki Dhulan” director gave the “Bajrangi Bhaijaan” star about 20 minutes of narration (of the film) and Salman told him that he relates to it.”Whenever you go to a star with a character you think if the character justifies the stardom of the star. He has worked with so many directors… His career spans over 25 years so he has lot of experience and you cant ignore it,” he said.”There is lot of Salman in the film because his contribution to the text (story) is phenomenal. He never pointed bigger things to me he pointed smaller things. My learning from this film is that the depth of things lies in small things,” he said.The sports-drama is a story of the rise and fall of a wrestler from Haryana, essayed by Salman and has Anushka Sharma opposite him.”It is a fictional story. It is the story of an Indian, it is about relationship and sport is the backdrop of this film. One thing common about life and wrestling is that people fall but life is all about getting up and not giving up. This film is all about that,” Ali said.advertisementThe film is produced by YRF Films and is Salmans annual Eid release set to open on July 6. PTI KKP ARS NDS
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An early Mohamed Salah penalty and a late strike by Divock Origi gave Liverpool a 2-0 win over Tottenham Hotspur in Saturday’s all-English Champions League final as their coach Juergen Klopp finally got his hands on Europe’s biggest prize.Egypt striker Salah, who had painful memories of last year’s final defeat by Real Madrid after suffering a shoulder injury, got his side off to a flying start in Madrid by lashing home from the penalty spot after a handball from Moussa Sissoko.Tottenham kept their heads after a nightmare opening and came to life when semi-final hat-trick hero Lucas Moura came off the bench but, with Harry Kane lacking sharpness after an ankle injury, another miraculous European comeback proved beyond them.Liverpool vs Tottenham Hotspur: Champions League 2018-19 final highlightsLiverpool did not produce much of their usual whirlwind attacking football but they were more intelligent and powerful than Spurs and sealed a sixth European Cup triumph with an arrowed finish from substitute Origi in the 87th minute.The win was sweet redemption for Salah and especially German Klopp, who had suffered defeat on his last six appearances in major finals, including Champions League showpieces with Borussia Dortmund in 2013 and Liverpool last year.WE’VE DONE IT!!! #SixTimesLiverpool FC (@LFC) June 1, 2019Liverpool are the 2019 winners of the UEFA Champions League! #UCLfinal @LFCUEFA Champions League (@ChampionsLeague) June 1, 2019His opposite number Mauricio Pochettino took a bold but ultimately misguided gamble in fielding Kane, who had only returned to full training a week ago after almost two months out with a serious ankle injury and struggled to influence play.advertisementKane was far from the only player who lacked sharpness in a game of few moments of real quality, a possible effect of both sides not playing any competitive games for three weeks. Spurs put Liverpool under real pressure in the latter stages as Dele Alli headed over and Son Heung-min and Moura forced impressive saves from Brazilian goalkeeper Alisson Becker.Origi, one of Liverpool’s heroes in their stunning semi-final second-leg turnaround against Barcelona, then killed the game with a ruthless finish into the bottom corner.Also See:
About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Jay Rodriguez loving the competition between Burnley strikersby Paul Vegas25 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveJay Rodriguez is loving the competition between strikers at Burnley.The summer signing has had to compete with Chris Wood and Ashley Barnes this season.He scored against Aston Villa on Saturday and speaking after the game, the Englishman said: “That is football and one of those things, you have to focus on what you can do and be ready when the time comes.”I always want more and more goals and to take every chance I can. I will keep my head down and work hard.”It is healthy competition and everyone has to stay patient and continue to work hard and effect what they can affect.”Woody and Barnesy are great lads and great footballers and they have made me feel really welcome.”I always want to learn off other players and every striker I play alongside.”
How 2 Brooklynites are Reviving an Iconic Midwestern Supper Club An Honest Review of Smartwool’s New Intraknit Base Layer 6 Fastest Cars in the World Right Now A concept that turned into rumors has now turned into production plans for a Jeep Wrangler-based pickup due in the next couple years.In 2005, Jeep introduced the Gladiator concept based on the RAM 1500 platform, and since then, rumors have been circulating about whether Jeep would actually produce a modern pickup to follow in the footsteps of a slew of previous trucks like the CJ-10, Gladiator, Honcho, Comanche, and others. This would be the second Wrangler-based pickup after the CJ-8 Scrambler and the first in over three decades.Automotive News is reporting that Wrangler production will remain in Toledo, Ohio for the next generation and the pickup variant will be built alongside the two and four-door versions. The Cherokee will move to Michigan or Illinois.Specifics on the pickup are unclear, but it will borrow aluminum parts from the next-gen Wrangler along with a diesel and small turbocharged four-cylinder engine for improved fuel economy. Size-wise, expect the Wrangler pickup to compete with small to midsize offerings like the Chevy Colorado, GMC Canyon, and Toyota Tacoma.This begs the question of whether Dodge still plans to introduce a reborn Durango that would fit within the same segment. Considering how rapidly the small truck market is growing, it could make sense for FCA to have more than one offering, similar to GM.FCA plans for the 2018 Jeep Wrangler to sell 350,000 units per year through all its variants. The pickup version may be introduced around the same time as the two and four-door 2018 Wrangler in 2017, or FCA might decide to hold off until 2018. What Wrangler Is Doing to Make Denim More Sustainable The Jeep Gladiator Helped Me Rediscover Fun Outdoors Editors’ Recommendations
Halifax-area residents are closer to having more affordable housing in the city’s north end. Housing Nova Scotia has chosen Lydon Lynch Architects to help with the conceptual design to develop the Bloomfield property. It is a major milestone in the visionary residential project. “Bloomfield will be a major development for Housing Nova Scotia, and provide a significant increase in homes that are affordable for people and families in Halifax,” said Joanne Bernard, Minister of Community Services, which is responsible for Housing Nova Scotia. “This is a unique and exciting opportunity for our province to showcase a new sustainable approach to building healthy, vibrant and diverse communities.” The redevelopment of the 3.28-acre former school site will create a unique mixed-use, mixed-income community of at least 478 residential units over three phases. It will also include non-profit, community and commercial space. Housing Nova Scotia and its community partner Imagine Bloomfield are working with volunteers on public consultation to ensure the project meets the community’s needs. “Awarding the conceptual-design contract is another significant milestone in the redevelopment of the Bloomfield site,” said Susanna Fuller, co-chair of Imagine Bloomfield. “We are excited to be getting beyond the imagining, and moving into the creating phase of what will be one of the more exciting urban projects in Nova Scotia.” Bloomfield’s mix of affordable and market-priced units, non-profit cultural, creative and open spaces are meant to create a thriving community-based development. “Bloomfield will establish a benchmark for how urban communities can evolve through a thoughtful engagement process resulting in meaningful places to live, work, learn, engage, create and contribute,” added Kevin Malloy, CEO of Housing Nova Scotia. The contract with Lydon Lynch Architects to oversee conceptual design and LEED certification was awarded through a procurement process and is valued at $200,000. It will include public feedback in the design. Consultation will begin next month to define and establish how affordable housing should be provided and, as outlined in the province’s housing strategy, how other services can be integrated into community-based development. The conceptual design will be launched in November. “We have put together a specialized team for Bloomfield consisting of the best of the best in our city,” said Eugene Pieczonka, team leader and principal with Lyndon Lynch Architects. “I know that, together with Housing Nova Scotia, Imagine Bloomfield and the community, we can build something very special and successful. Our goal is to create an exemplary, affordable and diverse development that Housing Nova Scotia and the community can be very proud of.” Lydon Lynch Architects has won numerous design awards, including the 2010 Lieutenant Governor’s award for the Seaport Farmers Market. They have also designed King’s Wharf, the RCMP headquarters in Dartmouth and are developing numerous urban projects in Halifax, including 22nd Commerce Square, which will transform a downtown city block into an innovative, mixed-use destination. Halifax Regional Municipal Council endorsed Housing Nova Scotia’s bid to redevelop the site in December 2012.
Business and community leaders from across the province will gather in Truro today, May 7, to celebrate new and better ways of doing things. About 150 Nova Scotians will attend the Planting Seeds Innovation Summit at Nova Scotia Community College’s (NSCC) Truro campus, showcasing business innovation in key sectors like agriculture and food. TruLeaf is one of the businesses that will share its entrepreneurial story. Founder Gregg Curwin, of Halifax, and team started growing vegetables indoors in 2011. Now the company has two high-tech farms, in Bible Hill, Colchester Co. and Guelph, Ont., supplying millions of pounds of fresh produce to grocery stores each year. TruLeaf, and spinoff company GoodLeaf, also have a strategic partnership with McCain. That partnership is helping both businesses push further into Atlantic Canada and Ontario while continuing to grow in Bible Hill. “Planting seeds in rural Nova Scotia has really worked for us,” said Jeff McKinnon, vice-president and chief financial officer of TruLeaf and GoodLeaf. “Our story, our growth, our sales and our connection to McCain demonstrate what’s possible when you see a problem, identify a solution and relentlessly pursue it.” “It is great to see companies like TruLeaf pushing forward and doing it from Colchester County,” said Brennan Gillis, CEO of the Truro and Colchester Partnership for Economic Prosperity. “We need to keep working together to drive innovation in new and traditional sectors and support the people that are taking risks.” Government continues to work with NSCC, Cape Breton University, Cape Breton Partnership, Halifax Partnership, Dalhousie University and others to drive innovation, increase the number of high-growth companies and build stronger networks of support for entrepreneurs across the province. Government also continues to create the conditions for more businesses to start and grow by reducing the cost of incorporating a new company to the lowest level in the country, investing in business competitions for new and emerging ideas and encouraging individuals, corporations and registered venture capital funds to invest in homegrown companies through new tax incentives. “Nova Scotia has great economic potential and we need to keep working together to grow our economy, increase the number of high-growth companies and create jobs,” said Business Minister Geoff MacLellan. “By working together, we can build a stronger economic foundation for people to live, work and do business here, for the benefit all Nova Scotians.”
VANCOUVER — A child has been injured after being bitten by a bear at the Greater Vancouver Zoo.The British Columbia Conservation Officer Service says it received information Monday night that a child was injured due to an animal bite at the zoo in Langley.A spokesman for the Environment Ministry confirmed a bear bit the child.In a statement, the conservation service says its officers are investigating and it won’t comment further.No details on the circumstances of the incident have been released, and neither the age nor gender of the child have been disclosed. The Canadian Press
OTTAWA — A list of The Canadian Press business newsmakers of the year, as determined in an annual poll of newsrooms across the country:2018: Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland2017: Federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau2016: The Foreign Investor2015: Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz2014: Former Tim Hortons CEO Marc Caira2013: Loblaw executive chairman Galen G. Weston2012: Bank of Canada governor Mark Carney2011: Jim Balsillie and Mike Lazaridis, co-CEOs of Research in Motion2010: Federal Finance Minister Jim Flaherty2009: Jim Balsillie, co-CEO of Research in Motion2008: Maple Leaf Foods CEO Michael McCain2007: Media tycoon Conrad Black2006: Federal Finance Minister Jim Flaherty2005: Media tycoon Conrad Black2004: Media tycoon Conrad Black2003: Media tycoon Conrad Black The Canadian Press
DRAYTON VALLEY, Alta. — The Alberta Energy Regulator says a pipeline has spilled 40,000 litres of crude oil into a creek.The regulator says on its website that the incident happened Thursday on a Bonterra Energy Corp. line 14 kilometres south of Drayton Valley, Alta.It says the line was shut in and depressurized, and that containment booms were installed. The AER says no impacts to wildlife were reported.Calgary-based Bonterra says in a news release that it began investigating a problem with the pipeline at 8 a.m. Thursday, and at 1 p.m. it discovered a rupture that was leaking into Washout Creek.It says it is removing the oil with booms and vacuums, and is mitigating the effect on wildlife by setting up barriers as well as visual deterrents that include having people present.Washout Creek flows into the North Saskatchewan River, which is the source of Edmonton’s water supply, and Bonterra says it has placed additional booms where the creek meets the river as an extra precaution.The company says cleanup and recovery is expected to continue for the next three weeks.The Canadian Press
“The growing number of new arrivals is impacting communities hosting the refugees,” the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), said in a media advisory issued on Saturday. “Food supplies are running short despite efforts by the government and humanitarian agencies to bring in more assistance.”The agency said the refugees are coming from the western part of Côte d’Ivoire, a country that has been plunged into turmoil after incumbent Laurent Gbagbo refused to concede defeat in the 28 November presidential election. The international community, including the UN, has recognized opposition candidate Alassane Ouattara as the winner of the polls, which were meant to advance the peace process in the West African nation, which was split by civil war in 2002 into a Government-controlled south and a rebel-held north.UNHCR staff on the ground reported that the refugees are walking several hours or even days before crossing by barge the many small rivers marking the natural border between their country and Liberia. Some families said they had walked three to four days through the bush with little food.Staff are also reporting that host community houses are full and congested. In addition, they are seeing more malnourished children and people suffering from malaria, respiratory infections and diarrhea. A few deaths have been reported among the new arrivals, including that of a child who drowned during the crossing of the Cestos river into Butuo, UNHCR added.Meanwhile, in Côte d’Ivoire, the agency is concerned about reports that some members of the rebel Forces Nouvelles at Gbeinta, in the Danane area, are preventing people from freely crossing into Liberia via the Loguato border crossing point. This is causing refugees from the Danane villages to deviate their route by up to 80 kilometres southward to enter Liberia. “UNHCR is calling for the protection of civilians and respect for the right to seek asylum without hindrance,” the agency stated. Cote 26 December 2010The United Nations refugee agency said it has registered 14,000 Ivorians who fled their country for Liberia amid the post-electoral crisis, and warned that humanitarian needs are growing both for the mostly women and children refugees and for the villagers hosting them.
“This is also a time to recognise the importance of free media and the important role it plays in society to inform, educate and entertain in addition to paying tribute to those journalists and media workers who have lost their lives in the pursuit of their profession,” he added. The Sri Lankan media has been urged to work in the interest of the public as World Press Freedom Day is celebrated today.The Press Complaints Commission of Sri Lanka (PCCSL) noted World Press Freedom Day highlights the importance of an independent, free and pluralistic media protecting and promoting these rights. Sukumar Rockwood, Chief Executive Officer of the Press Complaints Commission of Sri Lanka said that it is only when journalists are free to monitor, investigate and criticize policies and actions can good governance be prevalent. Rockwood said that the Code of Professional Practice of The Editors’ Guild of Sri Lanka, which the PCCSL helps implement, focuses on accuracy in reporting and advocates the importance of professional integrity as integral steps towards making the press socially responsible and sensitive to the needs and expectations of its readers. Media Freedom and Social Responsibility are the corner-stones of the PCCSL“Journalists must strive to work in the interest of the public, unfettered by improper pressure, or by narrow self-interest, which conspires against press freedom,” he said. World Press Freedom Day was proclaimed by the UN General Assembly in 1993 following a Recommendation adopted at the 26th Session of UNESCO’s General Conference in 1991.This in turn was a response to a call by African journalists who in 1991 produced the landmark Windhoek Declaration on media pluralism and independence.This year the theme is: ‘Access to Information and Fundamental Freedoms: This Is Your Right!’ (Colombo Gazette)
The Senior Official’s Meeting will precede the Ministerial level discussions. Minister Samaraweera will meet the Maldivian President Abdulla Yameen Abdul Gayoom during the visit. The third session of the Joint Commission between Maldives and Sri Lanka will be held from 08th to 09th February 2017 at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Maldives.Foreign Minister Mangala Samaraweera will lead the Sri Lanka delegation to the Joint Commission while Dr. Mohamed Asim, Minister of Foreign Affairs will lead the Maldivian delegation. The Joint Commission will discuss matters related to economic cooperation, tourism, fisheries, education, health, youth & sports skills development, employment and cultural affairs.The previous Joint Commission was held in Colombo in the year 2014. (Colombo Gazette)
The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has praised Saudi Arabia for the humanitarian assistance it has given to both global and regional emergency and relief operations, including almost $4 million for health and education projects for Palestinians and $2 million in reconstruction aid after last year’s devastating earthquake in Pakistan. Speaking at the launch of UNICEF’s Arabic Humanitarian Action Report 2006 in Riyadh on Tuesday, the agency’s Deputy Executive Director, Rima Salah, shared details of the annual funding appeal totalling over $805 million for crisis countries, and also paid tribute to the Saudi Arabian vision of cooperation in the field of disaster management and technical assistance.Highlighting one such area of cooperation, Ms. Salah thanked Saudi officials for an agreement signed in 2005 between UNICEF and the Saudi Committee for the Relief of Palestinian People that committed $3.6 million towards crucial health and quality education projects, the agency said in a news release.Since its foundation in 2000, the Committee has provided cash and in-kind assistance in addition to funding educational and medical activities and reconstruction schemes in the occupied territory. The Saudi Relief Committee, which hosted Tuesday’s launch of the report, manages and allocates funds contributed by the public towards humanitarian activities and emergency responses throughout the world, and also committed $2 million this year towards UNICEF-supported reconstruction efforts after October’s deadly earthquake in Pakistan.Saudi funding has also helped alleviate the plight of children in tsunami-ravaged countries in Southeast Asia, and played a part in the recent achievements towards polio eradication in Egypt and support to the humanitarian situation in Sudan, the agency said, while pointing out that more funding is still needed in countries facing difficulties.“Underfunding in crisis countries means that key projects and activities have long remained unimplemented, with the dramatic consequences of children not being vaccinated, not having access to potable water, no schools, access to health posts or feeding centres,” Ms. Salah told the senior government and other officials gathered for the launch.
by LuAnn LaSalle, The Canadian Press Posted Jan 22, 2013 11:44 am MDT A Re/Max survey says 70 per cent of home sales in the next 24 months will be to repeat buyers with some previous experience as owners.The real-estate marketing organization says second-time or multi-time purchasers will be more fiscally conservative and don’t plan to over-extend themselves.And it says slightly more than 80 per cent of potential buyers surveyed believed that housing values in their area will rise or remain the same.Re/Max says 42 per cent of those surveyed said they expected to spend between $250,000 and $500,000.The findings are in line with other research that found first-time buyers had been discouraged by stricter mortgage rules since last summer and affordability issues.But the survey found first-time buyers aren’t sitting totally on the sidelines and will make up a third of the market.The survey also says almost one in five buyers will be single.“Purchasing patterns have evolved, with a more conservative, fiscally responsible purchaser moving to the forefront,” Gurinder Sandhu, executive vice-president and regional director of Re/Max Ontario-Atlantic Canada.Re/Max says second-time and multi-time buyers became a more important part of the market in the latter half of 2012.“While affordability took a hit in 2012, homeowners with considerable equity remain confident and well-positioned. They will be the driving force fuelling the bulk of home sales in the months ahead,” Sandhu said in a news release.While some buyers intend to downsize or make lateral moves, many of those trading up have amassed considered equity, he said.Not surprisingly, of those putting down 30 per cent or more, 45 per cent were aged 55 and over, the survey said.Sandhu noted that first-time buyers are experiencing a period of adjustment.The survey indicted that singles would be the most cautious buyers with 47 per cent of purchasers intending to spend under $250,000.Of the buyers planning to spend $500,000 to $1 million, almost half resided in Ontario, while the remaining 50 per cent were almost evenly divided between British Columbia and Alberta.“Regardless of income, gender, age, or location, most Canadian respondents shared considerable confidence in Canada’s housing market,” Sandhu said.“This stands as perhaps the greatest indicator that home buying intentions will remain healthy and stable. Combine this with an economic engine that is expected to gain momentum, and the outlook is most certainly positive.”The national survey, hosted on the Angus Reid Forum in December, was conducted among 1,109 prospective purchasers who intend to buy within the next 24 months.Re/Max is a leading real estate organization with more than 19,000 sales associates throughout its 750 independently-owned and operated offices in Canada AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Re/Max: Housing market will get lift over next 2 years from repeat buyers
IMF chief Lagarde: Global economy losing momentum FRANKFURT – The head of the International Monetary Fund is warning that the global economy is losing momentum and urging governments to take action to preserve the recovery.Christine Lagarde said in a speech Tuesday in Frankfurt, Germany, that “the recovery remains too slow, too fragile.”She said that the global economy isn’t in a crisis – and that’s good news. She said, however, that slow growth risks becoming ingrained as a “new mediocre.”Advanced economies still face a hangover from the global financial crisis of 2007-2009 in terms of too much debt, low investment, and, for some, high unemployment. A stronger dollar has weighed on growth in the United States, while China’s economy has slowed.She said the global outlook for the next six months has weakened, suggesting the IMF may be revising its forecasts. The speech sets the stage for the IMF and World Bank meetings in Washington later this month.In January, the IMF forecast global growth of 3.4 per cent this year, increasing to 3.6 per cent in 2017.Lagarde urged governments to take pro-growth reforms and to increase spending on public infrastructure.Mediocre growth that doesn’t help ordinary people much risks political backlash that “has consequences for the social and political fabric in many countries,” she said.She warned against turning to protectionism — favouring domestic producers in competition with foreign firms — as a response. “The answer to the reality of our interconnected worth is not fragmentation, it is co-operation,” she said. by David McHugh, The Associated Press Posted Apr 5, 2016 2:31 am MDT Last Updated Apr 5, 2016 at 11:20 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email
File photo of the Toronto Stock Exchange. THE CANADIAN PRESS/MACLEAN’S/Andrew Tolson. Alberta Securities Commission|Calgary|investments|stock|YYC Calgary man banned from future trading in Alberta Nelson Peter Bradbury of Calgary is facing some serious fines for breaching the province’s securities laws.The Alberta Securities Commission says Bradbury raised more than $1.5 million investment agreements that he sold between January 2010 and March 2013.Officials say he used half of investor’s money to trade in his brokerage accounts, generating considerable losses. He also diverted $370,000 of investors’ money for his own personal use.The ASC panel says that he had illegally traded and distributed securities, engaged in fraudulent conduct and misled members of the commission, which was backed up by a statement of admissions.They’ve ordered him to surrender $370,000 that he obtained as a result of his non-compliance and to pay an administrative penalty of $150,000.Bradbury will also have to pay the investigation and hearing costs and will be subject to a ban from trading within the province again.The panel says they came down with a stiff penalty given Bradbury’s previous history of misconduct back in 2011.It also ruled that it was convinced that Bradbury will remain a serious risk to the investing public unless he is removed from the capital market forever. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by Craig Lester Posted Nov 25, 2016 6:53 pm MDT
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