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Scientology Narconon drug rehab lawsuit, court date August 2016

The Montreal Court Clerk has confirmed that a hearing date has been set for August 25, 2016 in reference to Plaintiff, David Love v. Defendants, Narconon Trois-Rivieres and Scientology Montreal et al. The Plaintiff alleges 'Breach of Contract' and other provincial civil torts prohibited under the Quebec Civil Code that resulted in grievous injury. The lawsuit was filed on or about May 2014 at the Montreal Small Claims Court, including numerous exhibits.


New Paper Outlines Core of Lean as Work Science

The new paper "Lean: it's not rocket science, it's work science" by Joanne Gaudet and France Bergeron focuses on why Lean is a rigorous and powerful approach to delivering value to clients, and in public sector organizations, to taxpayers. The paper will be helpful for Lean practitioners and organizations that wish to minimize effort in Lean deployment and sustainability.


Mike Charette wins the L&O Showdown

Mike Charette wins the L&O Showdown as part of the Collingwood Live & Original Music Series. Mike hails from Sudbury Ontario and has been playing music for 13 years. In 2015 he was nominated for Best Vocal Performance in a Recording by Northern Ontario Music and Film Awards.


Official Draw For 2016 Rogers Cup Presented By National Bank Set In Toronto

World No. 1 Novak Djokovic and No. 4 seed Canadian Milos Raonic placed in same half, could face off in the semifinals.


Island entrepreneurs video series supports and celebrates businesses across P.E.I.

A recent video series featuring entrepreneurs from across Prince Edward Island has gained a lot of attention on social media. The series, produced by Island Advance, showcases nine entrepreneurs in P.E.I. from St. Peter's to Elmsdale and in-between, along with a preview video titled "The Faces of Entrepreneurship in Prince Edward Island."


The Most Unexpected Road to Rio: Local Winnipeg Woman to Compete in Paralympics

Local Winnipegger Leanne Muldrew must have one of the most unique paths to the Paralympics. In 2000 she tore her ACL, MCL and knee cartilage while playing volleyball in high school, experienced multiple failed surgeries and infections, 12 years later was classified as a para athlete due to the results of the those injuries and then was selected for Team Canada going to the Paralympics in sitting volleyball. On September 7th, Ms. Muldrew will represent Canada as she walks into the opening ceremonies in Rio, Brazil. This is a moment no one could have imagined when her volleyball career seemingly ended 16 years ago.


Visit Lethbridge Sponsors Kris Molle at 2016 Calgary Stampede

The Lethbridge Lodging Association (visitlethbridge.com) sponsored chuckwagon driver Kris Molle for the 2016 Calgary Stampede as an exciting way to highlight the city and draw visitors to the area.

Visit Lethbridge Sponsors Kris Molle at 2016 Calgary Stampede
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