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  2. The Brick - Wikipedia

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    The Brick Ltd. is a Canadian retailer of furniture, mattresses, appliances and home electronics.The company was founded as The Brick Warehouse LP by brothers, John, Fred, and Bill Comrie.

  3. Cody Legebokoff - Wikipedia

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    Cody Alan Legebokoff (born 21 January 1990) also known as "The Highway of Tears Killer", is a Canadian serial killer convicted in 2014 by the British Columbia Supreme Court of murdering three women and one teenage girl, between 2009 and 2010, in or near the city of Prince George, British Columbia.

  4. Finning - Wikipedia

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    Finning is the world's largest Caterpillar dealer, selling, renting and providing parts and service for equipment and engines to customers across diverse industries, including mining, construction, petroleum, forestry and a wide range of power systems applications.

  5. Richardson family murders - Wikipedia

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    Richardson's user page, under the name "runawaydevil", falsely said she was 15 and ended with the text "Welcome to my tragic end". Just hours prior to committing the murders, Steinke and some friends reportedly watched the 1994 film Natural Born Killers , about a young couple who go on a violent killing spree.

  6. List of virtual communities with more than 1 million users

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    Nexopia: Canada 2003 1,400,000: Open to people 13 and older: 25,241: Odnoklassniki: Connect with old classmates. Popular in Russia and former Soviet republics 2006 ...

  7. List of Internet forums - Wikipedia

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    An Internet forum, or message board, is an online discussion site where people can hold conversations in the form of posted messages.. Forums act as centralized locations for topical discussion.

  8. Flair Airlines - Wikipedia

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    Flair began adding Boeing 737-400s to its fleet in 2008 to replace the 727-200s. The airline continued to add these aircraft until delivery of a fifth aircraft in 2015. In June 2017 Flair announced it had purchased the assets of Manitoba-based discount travel company NewLeaf – Flair had been the operator of NewLeaf's flights, as it was not licensed as an airline.