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    1. Doug Ford Vows to Fire Hydro One CEO, Board if Elected

      Doug Ford Vows to Fire Hydro One CEO, Board if Elected

      Ontario PC Leader Doug Ford is vowing to fire the head of Hydro One, and its entire board if he's elected premier in June. Ford made the announcement Thursday morning, calling President and CEO Mayo Schmidt, Premier "Kathleen Wynne's $6-Million dollar man," referring to his yearly salary and bonuses, which now add up to $6.2 million. "This board and this CEO are laughing themselves to the bank," Ford said...

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    2. HBC sells Lord & Taylor Flagship Store in NYC to WeWork for $1B

      HBC sells Lord & Taylor Flagship Store in NYC to WeWork for $1B

      The Hudson's Bay Company has struck a deal to sell Lord & Taylor's flagship store in New York to office-sharing company WeWork, which will move into some space in the retailer's other properties. The deal will see HBC continue to run the store in the location on 5th Avenue until the end of next year, at which point it will be converted into WeWork's new headquarters, and a smaller Lord & Taylor store...

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    3. Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan Joins List Opposed to Bombardier Board Chair

      Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan Joins List Opposed to Bombardier Board Chair

      The Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan is joining a growing list of shareholders who say they won't support the re-election of Pierre Beaudoin as chair of the board of directors of Bombardier Inc. In statement posted on its website, Teachers also said it won't support a Bombardier board non-binding resolution on "say on pay" for company executives. The move by Teachers follows a similar announcement made by a major shareholder, the massive the Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec...

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    4. More Women on Boards: What Will it Take?

      More Women on Boards: What Will it Take?

      A P.E.I. group wants to find out what's stopping Island women from joining boards and advisory councils. PEI Coaliton for Women in Government says financial barriers keep women out of office P.E.I. Coalition for Women in Government says there's more work ahead The P.E.I. Coalition for Women in Government has embarked on a three-year project it's calling Equity in Government, and the first step is asking all Islanders to participate in an online survey to find out their thoughts.....

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    5. Corporate governance experts question Nalcor board picks

      Corporate governance experts question Nalcor board picks

      Corporate governance experts are criticizing four new appointments to the boards of Nalcor Energy and Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro. The new chairman of the boards is Terry Styles, a Stephenville businessman who runs a beer distribution company with 10 employees. Grand Falls-Windsor Mayor Al Hawkins and Happy Valley-Goose Bay Mayor Leo Abbass were also appointed to the boards, as was Erin Breen, a St. John’s lawyer with less than 10 years experience. Richard Powers heads the governance program

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