Quick Hits for Thursday August 6, 2009

Here are your quick hits for Thursday August 6th, 2009

MAPLE LEAF RECALLS HOT DOGS

“The affected products, which include nine varieties of Shopsy’s, Hygrade and Maple Leaf brand wieners, were recalled after company testing revealed some samples tested positive for listeria. The bacteria were detected through a second, more aggressive test, after some product samples passed a primary food safety test and were sent to stores, said Randall Huffman, chief food safety officer at Maple Leaf Foods.”

Garth and Myron Go to Jail

Chopper Crash Kills Two North of Montreal

“Following is a statement from Ivan Fecan, president and chief executive officer, CTVglobemedia, and chief executive officer, CTV Inc.

On behalf of everyone at CTV News and CTVglobemedia Inc., I extend our deepest condolences to the family of Hugh Haugland, who was tragically killed today while covering a story for CTV News in the Laurentian mountains.

A dedicated CTV employee for the past 24 years and the son of former CTV Montreal anchor Bill Haugland, Hugh has been part of the CTV family for many years. Our heartfelt sympathies go out to Hugh’s family, loved ones, friends and colleagues at CTV Montreal.”

Neanderthals Killed Off by …Us?

Balsillie’s Bid For Phoenix Still in Play

Corporate Criminal?  Canada is the place to be

Beans Super for Diabetics

Ottawa Going After Ebay Sellers

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