Kansas City Southern suitor’s bid in jeopardy after ruling



FILE – In this May 13, 2021, file photo, a man walks into Central Station next to Canadian National headquarters in Montreal. Canadian National’s $33.6 billion deal to acquire Kansas City Southern railroad is in jeopardy after federal regulators rejected a key part of the plan Tuesday, Aug. 31, 2021 and opened the door for a competing $31 billion offer from Canadian Pacific railroad. (Graham Hughes/The Canadian Press via AP, File)


Canadian National’s $33.6 billion deal to acquire Kansas City Southern railroad is in jeopardy after federal regulators on Tuesday rejected a key part of

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Norwich Pub Detective: History of Norwich St Benedict’s pubs


He is known as the Norwich Pub Detective. 

And that’s because Jonathan Hooton is determined to uncover some of the secrets of the city’s pub industry. 

In his new series the Norwich Society member will shine a light on pubs which have closed their doors. 

This week he looks at the former drinking establishments of a bustling street in the Norwich Lanes district.

There are few pubs left in St Benedicts street today, but it is full of evidence of many former pubs which gave a plentiful choice of hostelries in the 19th century.

At the start of St Benedicts

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Former Golfer Michael Blair Wins PGA Canada’s Mackenzie Tour Event

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CARDIGAN, P.E.I. (EMUEagles.com) —

Former Eastern Michigan University men’s golfer Michael Blair (Ancaster, Ontario, Canada-Nelson-Pfeiffer) notched a birdie on the first playoff hole to win the Mackenzie Tour/PGA TOUR Canada’s Prince Edward Island Open. Blair fired rounds of 69, 66, 73, and 71 for a nine-under 279 to force a playoff with Maxwell Sear at Dundarave Golf Course.

Blair regained the lead on 18, but Sear came up big under pressure with a delicate chip to five feet and a putt to force the playoff.

Blair, who graduated from EMU in the spring of

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Quilts, Vacation Packages, Drive-Through Food: Hospice & Community Care Auctions Return Labor Day Weekends | Entertainment


Hospice & Community Care will host the 37th Annual Labor Day Auction featuring the sale of quilts, plants and drive-through foods.

The proceeds from the auction, which will be held on both Saturday, September 4th and Monday, September 6th, will be used to financially support patients and their families in hospice and palliative care.

We have some items and experience, and within the auction there are some small auctions for the chance to win more items.

High-end auctions include vacations, handyman services, handmade items, and fine jewelery.

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