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Alton Sterling’s family files wrongful death lawsuit against Baton Rouge

An officer shot Sterling six times during a struggle outside a convenience store where the 37-year-old was selling homemade CDs

The Province /
Pandora CEO Tim Westergren departs

NEW YORK — The co-founder and CEO of Pandora, under intensifying pressure from Spotify and Apple Music, has relinquished his position and will step down from the company board as well.

The Globe and Mail /
Pandora Media’s CEO Tim Westergren to step down

Pandora said on Tuesday President Mike Herring and Chief Marketing Officer Nick Bartle are also leaving the company

The Province /
Disgruntled U.S. Tim Hortons franchisees follow Canadian example, form alliance

TORONTO — A group representing Tim Hortons franchisees who are unhappy with the management of the coffee-and-doughnut chain says it now has a ...

The Globe and Mail /
Tim Hortons franchisee row moves south of the border

Association set up to represent concerned franchise owners has set up a U.S. division

The Globe and Mail /
Government seeks to adjourn solitary-confinement lawsuit until Bill C-56 is finalized

Government lawyer argues replacement legislation should be allowed to proceed, but inmate advocates say the wait is unfair to prisoners

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Emotional Adam Braidwood offers condolences to Tim Hague's family in video statement

Boxer Adam Braidwood fought back tears in a video statement where he offered condolences to the family of Tim Hague, who died after losing to the former CFL player in a heavyweight boxing match on Friday night. Hague was hospitalized after the ...

Ottawa Citizen /
Dragon Boat Festival preview: Said the Whale becomes a smaller band tackling heavier topics

The Vancouver group is one of 10 bands playing free concerts at the Tim Hortons Ottawa Dragon Boat Festival at Mooney's Bay Park June 22 to 25.

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