SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileA merger between TMX Group, operator of the Toronto Stock Exchange, and the London Stock Exchange Group would create the world’s biggest exchange operator for mining and energy stocks. (TMX Group)By CBC NewsThe TMX Group, operator of the Toronto Stock Exchange and the Toronto Venture Exchange, has agreed to merge with the London Stock Exchange Group.The merger would create the world’s biggest exchange operator for mining and energy stocks, which have been key drivers of growth for both companies.”The deal must be approved by regulators and TMX would have to change a key rule that prevents any one person or company owning more than 10 per cent of the TSX group,” CBC’s Mike Hornbrook reported.Tom Caldwell, chairman of Caldwell Financial and a past governor of the Toronto Stock Exchange, welcomed the news.He told CBC’s The Lang O’Leary Exchange on Tuesday that a merger would give a listed company in Toronto access to an easy market listing in London.”That would be really outstanding because I could bring in more investors from Europe, the Middle East, et cetera.”Read more.Heroic acts: Have you ever witnessed one?Quebec arena: Do you think cities should be allowed to use the federal gas tax to fund large arenas?Former Quebec Nordiques players gathered for a photo at an October 2010 rally to drum up support for a Quebec City NHL franchise. Speculation about a new arena that could house a pro hockey team has fostered bitter debate.
Of course, my manic reading wasn’t all bad. We did pick up some tips: We learned how to swaddle Baby V into a tight little burrito. We figured out that the oscillating fan setting on a white noise app occasionally soothed her. Not sure what exactly was done to the video OP posted, but part of the audio is from the concert, part clearly not. After some more research, the audio isn entirely “correct”. Yes, it how it aired on TV back in but there was apparently some overdubs done before airing.
I had to at least give it a shot.I took my training seriously I was a total newb getting a chance to run one of the country’s most prestigous races, and I didn’t want to eff it up. (because not even marathon training could turn me into a morning exerciser), giving up drinking on Friday nights if I didn’t want to suffer from seriously unpleasant stomach issues during my Saturday long runs, andsacrificing up to four hours of potential brunch time on said Saturdays (that suuuucked). There were short runs when my legs felt like lead, long runs where I cramped every mile.