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Garry Malloy

Digital Journalist based in London, ON, Canada, Canada. Joined on Feb 11, 2011
Expertise in Personal finance, Politics, General business news & info, Internet, Sports

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NEB begins talks with First Nations over controversial pipeline

Edmonton - Canada's National Energy Board began hearings today in Edmonton with First Nations groups as part of its review process regarding Kinder Morgan's proposed Alberta to B.C. coast pipeline expansion project.

Early winter storm to threaten hurricane victims

New York - Around 1.7 million homes remain without power and 40,000 New York City residents are homeless as an early winter storm threatens the hurricane-ravaged northeast U.S. coast with freezing temperatures, rain, snow, and strong winds in the week ahead.

Egypt holds presidential vote amid rising tension, uncertainty

Cairo - Egypt's runoff presidential election began Saturday and will continue through Sunday amid a cloud of uncertainty and suspicion after its supreme court ruled to dissolve the democratically elected parliament Thursday.

London bus workers vote yes to strike as Olympics near

London - The Unite union claims bus workers are the only transportation workers not getting a bonus during the Olympics. It is demanding a £500 bonus for each of its 20,000 members for the extra workload during the games.

Facebook will disappear in five to eight years, says analyst

Menlo Park - Facebook will "disappear" in five to eight years, claims an investment analyst, citing challenges to its ability to adapt to the mobile web as the culprit.

Luka Magnotta is not finished, evidence suggests

Montreal - The international manhunt for Luka Rocco Magnotta continues as the evidence suggests the alleged killer will attack again.

Victim identified in dismemberment case as manhunt continues

Montreal - Bizarre details continue to emerge regarding the online profile of Luca Rocco Magnotta, the man accused of the murder and dismemberment of the now identified victim, Lin Jun, as the manhunt for the alleged killer goes international.

European investors to rescue Full Tilt Poker from financial woes

A group of European investors are set to buy a majority stake in Pocket Kings Ltd., an Irish company that owns Full Tilt, in the wake of the Alderney Gambling Control Commission's suspension of its gaming license.

Greek protests surge as parliament votes on latest austerity plan

Athens - The Greek economy is at a virtual standstill as protesters are joined by public and private union strikers taking part in a two day general strike which began early Tuesday morning. Today the Greek austerity bill passed.

UN Security Council imposes sanctions on Libyan leader Gaddafi

The UN Security Council voted unanimously to impose sanctions on Libyan leader Moammar Gaddafi, his family, and ten top associates Saturday in an effort to halt Libya's deadly crackdown on anti-government protesters.

Oil prices reach a 2.5-year high amid Middle East turmoil

Oil prices hit a two-and-a-half year high on Thursday, but pulled back late in the session. Brent crude closed at $111.36, up 11 cents while West Texas crude, the US benchmark, closed at $97.28, down 82 cents.
 

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