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Vice-principal of South Korea school in ferry disaster commits suicide - Reuters

The Hindu

Vice-principal of South Korea school in ferry disaster commits suicide
Reuters
MOKPO/JINDO, South Korea (Reuters) - The vice-principal of a South Korean high school who accompanied hundreds of pupils on a ferry that capsized has committed suicide, police said on Friday, as hopes faded of finding any of the 268 missing alive.
South Korea Seeks Arrest Warrant for Sunken Ferry's CaptainWall Street Journal
Vice-principal of S.Korea school in ferry disaster commits suicideToronto Sun
South Korea ferry: Rescue teams enter cargo deckBBC News
New York Times -Financial Times
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Amanda Todd bullying arrest - CBC.ca

CBC.ca

Amanda Todd bullying arrest
CBC.ca
B.C
RCMP announced charges at a news conference late Thursday afternoon against a 35-year-old Dutch citizen in connection with the online sexual extortion of Amanda Todd, the B.C
teen who killed herself in October 2012, and other alleged victims from ...

Who is the Dutch man arrested in connection with the death of Amanda Todd?CTV News
RCMP lay charges in cyberbullying of Amanda ToddDigitalJournal.com
Amanda Todd suicide: Man arrested in topless webcam photos blackmail caseMetro
News1130 -The Province -Vancouver Sun
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Fire truck used as Ford's campaign prop a 'slap in the face': Firefighters' union - CTV News

The Province

Fire truck used as Ford's campaign prop a 'slap in the face': Firefighters' union
CTV News
A prop used in Rob Ford's election campaign launch has raised the ire of Toronto firefighters
A fire truck owned by Mayor Rob Ford's brother Randy was parked in a corner of the campaign launch venue Thursday night, bearing a banner claiming the mayor ...

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford launches reelection campaignWashington Post
How Toronto Mayor Rob Ford could win againCBC.ca
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford kicks off reelection bidNew York Daily News
Straits Times -Ahram Online
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Everest avalanche kills 12 Nepal guides, 3 missing - CTV News

CTV News

Everest avalanche kills 12 Nepal guides, 3 missing
CTV News
KATMANDU, Nepal -- An avalanche swept down a climbing route on Mount Everest early Friday, killing at least 12 Nepalese guides and leaving three missing in the deadliest disaster on the world's highest peak
The Sherpa guides had gone early in the ...

13 killed in Mount Everest avalancheTimes of India
Avalanche kills at least 12 people on Mount EverestBBC News
Mount Everest avalanche: At least 13 dead after avalanche kills Sherpas laying ...The Independent

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Pro-Russian militants continue occupation of goverment buildings in eastern ..
- Washington Post

Washington Post

Pro-Russian militants continue occupation of goverment buildings in eastern ...
Washington Post
DONETSK, Ukraine ? Pro-Russian activists continued their defiant occupation of government buildings across eastern Ukraine on Friday, though some of their leaders said they would surrender weapons and pull back if the Ukrainian security forces also ...
East Ukraine separatists reject Ukraine-Russia dealHaaretz
Ukraine Separatists Refuse to Heed Geneva Deal on Easing TensionBusinessweek
'Not going anywhere' say Ukraine separatistsTelegraph.co.uk
BBC News -Wall Street Journal -The Independent
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A 'government of all Quebecers,' Couillard says - Montreal Gazette

Montreal Gazette

A 'government of all Quebecers,' Couillard says
Montreal Gazette
QUEBEC ? Premier-designate Philippe Couillard said Thursday, at the close of a swearing-in ceremony for 68 of the 70 Liberals elected in the provincial election last week, that Quebecers ?judged us worthy of their confidence.? ?We will not disappoint them,? ...
Couillard vows Quebec will strengthen ties to CanadaThe Globe and Mail
Liberals sworn in under dark cloudCBC.ca
Liberal MNAs' swearing-in spoiled by allegations of illegal fundraisingCTV News
680 News
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Alouettes sign receiver Chad Johnson - MetroNews Canada

Alouettes sign receiver Chad Johnson
MetroNews Canada
MONTREAL ? Former NFL star Chad Johnson will make his return to the gridiron in the Canadian Football League
The veteran receiver signed a two-year deal with the Montreal Alouettes on Thursday after impressing team brass at a minicamp in Vero ...


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Telus to buy Mobilicity in $350-million deal - The Globe and Mail

CTV News

Telus to buy Mobilicity in $350-million deal
The Globe and Mail
Mobilicity says the proposed sale is subject to approval by the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, the Competition Bureau, Industry Canada, and Mobilicity's debtholders
Telus has twice tried to buy struggling Mobilicity, but both times the deal was rejected by ...

Mobilicity agrees to be sold to TelusCBC.ca
Mobilicity proposes TELUS acquire its assets for $350 millionMobileSyrup.com

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Disenchanted Surrey First councillor considers mayoral run - Vancouver Sun

Vancouver Sun

Disenchanted Surrey First councillor considers mayoral run
Vancouver Sun
The Surrey First team is facing a major shakeup after outspoken Coun
Barinder Rasode announced Thursday that she has split from the ?coalition of independents? and is seriously considering a run for mayor
Rasode, who has served two terms as a Surrey ...


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BC teachers' job action Wednesday - CBC.ca

CBC.ca

BC teachers' job action Wednesday
CBC.ca
Citing a lack of meaningful progress at the bargaining table, B.C
Teachers' Federation president Jim Iker has announced his union is issuing 72 hours strike notice, but that job action will be confined to a teacher withdrawal of administrative service
Iker says ...

BC teachers plan to start work-to-rule action next weekThe Globe and Mail
BC teachers to begin job action WednesdayVancouver Sun
Unionized teachers to begin 'low-level' job action next weekTimes Colonist (blog)
The Province -Castanet.net -North Shore News
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