Marks third fertilizer plant blast in U.S. in as many months
Hearings that had become battleground for international fight over global warming ended with little fanfare
Previously testified he made decisions to cancel gas plants in Oakville and Mississauga
Activists accuse federal government of trying to include safety evidence already rejected by panel.
Admitted to being involved in fixing price of chocolate confectionery products in Canada in 2007
Francine Lacroix, 47, and Nicole Brisson, 58, both employed at B.E.M. Fireworks outside Montreal
Annual production not expected to increase until next year despite surge in orders
Conference Board report says province losing $24.3-billion in economic activity each year
Subsequent fire prompted shutdown of adjacent highway, evacuation of area homes
Two Korea Hydro employees could face arrest as probe into fabricated test results widens.