I WOULD LIKE to thank Sharon Dunn for sharing her information about scoliosis (“Amazing brace,” Health, Feb. 4). Our daughter, now in her 30s, was diagnosed with it as a child and referred to the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto. We were told the same story—nothing we can do, but surgery is not recommended at this time.
With Air Canada’s pockets bulging with a 2007 profit of $429 million, the CEO of the airline’s parent firm, Robert Milton, is mulling over offers to buy it. Milton, the man who led Air Canada through a turbulent period of insolvency, says he’s being approached by pension funds and private equity funds.
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