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Friday April 9th, 2021 night edition

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Others who ate the meat but recovered are still putting their lives back together, as are friends and families of all those affected.

But what is a company to do if illness or death is clearly caused by consumers eating or using your products?

Do you blame the victims, the doctors, or the inspection agency charged with ensuring the safety of your product?.

Maple Leaf Foods chose not to listen to its lawyers.

It's not about money or legal liability; this is about our being accountable for providing consumers with safe food.

In dealing with a crisis by taking responsibility for it, Maple Leaf Foods may well have saved its brands and saved the company's reputation.

Vancouver franchise lawyer Tony Wilson's book Manage Your Online Reputation was published by Self Counsel Press in December, 2010. »

Authorities: NFL player Phillip Adams killed 5, then himself

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A source briefed on a mass killing in South Carolina says the gunman who killed multiple people, including a prominent doctor, was the former NFL pro.

ROCK HILL, S.C. (AP) — Former NFL player Phillip Adams fatally shot five people, including a prominent doctor, his wife and their two grandchildren before killing himself early Thursday. »

U.K. Audiences Keen to Return to Cinemas Post-Lockdown, Survey Finds

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The U.K. public is keen to return to cinemas, a survey has found, with 59% of respondents citing the cinema as their most missed out-of-home entertainment activity.

The survey also looked into cinemagoers’ impressions of the brief period between lockdowns in 2020 when movie theaters reopened for a few months.

Cinema First is the cross-industry body charged with the promotion of cinemagoing in the U.K. Its core constituents are the Film Distributors’ Association, representing U.K. film distributors, and the U.K. Cinema Association, representing U.K. cinema operators. »