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|Tina Hobday of Langlois Kronström Desjardins LLP led the team representing pension committees in the Timminco CCAA case.|
“Suddenly, his wife showed up — alive,” Rosenberg recalled. Humiliated, authorities hurriedly released the man from prison.
|The court order forcing B.C. to pay a forestry company damages should be an eye-opener for other provinces. (Photo: ChameleonsEye/Shutterstock)|
Happy New Year! Every January, millions resolve to make all kinds of lifestyle changes, like eating more vegetables, exercising more, eliminating vices, and re-connecting with family. I’m one of those people who enthusiastically embrace the annual tradition of New Year’s resolutions. I know, shocker.