Back in the spring of 2012, while walking in the deep woods of northern Ontario, Sonny Gagnon stumbled across a collection of surveying equipment among the towering spruce trees. Gagnon is chief of the Aroland aboriginal tribe, a band of 450 people living in a village of ramshackle houses surrounded by swampy muskeg. He tracks everything that goes on in his community. And the surveying tools weren’t supposed to be there.
Former Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin, who slashed his nation’s debt in the decade through 2005, said Europe needs to show Greece how austerity will pay off in the medium term to successfully push through budget cuts.
Former Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin said Europe must make progress toward a deeper union that includes joint euro-region bonds, much like what Alexander Hamilton did in the U.S. more than two centuries ago.
NASA will complete a $350 million structure to test rocket engines at Stennis Space Center in Mississippi early this year. Then, it plans to mothball the 300- foot-high, steel-frame tower for the foreseeable future.
Detour Gold Corp., the operator of the Detour Lake mine in Ontario, slumped the most in more than six years after saying Gerald Panneton resigned as chief executive officer as it faces “near-term challenges.”