Turkey says Russian jet violated its airspace, envoy summoned

ANKARA, Jan 30 (Reuters) - A Russian SU-34 jet violated Turkish airspace on Friday despite radar warnings, Turkey’s foreign ministry said on Saturday, and the Russian ambassador was summoned over the incident.
The ministry said in a statement that the violation was a clear sign that Russia wanted issues between the two countries to escalate.
Turkey shot down a Russian warplane in November in an incident that wrecked relations between the two countries, both of which are involved in Syria’s war. (Reporting by Ece Toksabay; Editing by Raissa Kasolowsky)

Collins Barrow experts share their insight with Tax Hyperion

HALIFAX , Feb. 10, 2016 /CNW/ - Partnering with McInnes Cooper , several members of Collins Barrow’s national tax group will contribute to Tax Hyperion throughout 2016. The collaboration began in the January issue, which included articles by Collins Barrow Nova Scotia Inc. tax experts Kelly Jung and John Oakey .

Tax Hyperion is a monthly publication that features broad coverage of federal and provincial tax issues, GST/HST and much more. Known for offering the unique perspectives of industry leaders, Tax Hyperion is an essential tool for those seeking expert analysis on all the latest tax developments.

“At Collins Barrow, we work hard to stay informed on the tax issues facing our clients,” says Collins Barrow Nova Scotia Inc. tax partner John Oakey . “Our contributions to this publication allow us to share the valuable insights we’ve gleaned.”

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Dominion : met la main sur Questar

Dominion, le groupe énergétique américain basé en Virginie, annonce le rachat programmé de Questar Corporation, un concurrent basé à Salt Lake City dans l'Utah. Le (Taiwan OTC: 8490.TWO - actualité) prix de l'opération, en numéraire, s'élève à 4,4 Mds$, soit 25$ par action, ce qui représente une prime de 30% par rapport au cours moyen des 20 dernières séances. La transaction devrait être finalisée d'ici à la fin de l'année….

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