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  2. SEC Rule 10b-5 - Wikipedia

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    SEC Rule 10b-5, codified at 17 CFR 240.10b-5, is one of the most important rules targeting securities fraud promulgated by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, pursuant to its authority granted under § 10(b) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934.

  3. Chatr - Wikipedia

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    In Fall 2016, Chatr converted 54 Mobilicity stores and kiosks to Chatr-branded locations. While Shoppers Drug Mart carried only Rogers Wireless prepaid phones at one time, the stores temporarily partnered with the network operator to carry both prepaid and postpaid products and services for Rogers and its two other brands, Fido and Chatr. There ...

  4. List of assets owned by Rogers Communications - Wikipedia

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    Rogers Video — video rental business (although some stores converted into Rogers Plus outlets) Shomi — video streaming service co-owned with Shaw Communications, shut down in 2016. See also. List of who owns what; References

  5. Fido (wireless carrier) - Wikipedia

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    Fido has its own corporate retail stores, and also allows third parties to become exclusive dealers. For example, Best Buy, Costco, Tbooth, Walmart and WirelessWave sell Fido products along with prepaid and postpaid services. Additionally, Loblaw Companies and Zellers stores sold prepaid feature phones and top-up vouchers.

  6. Rogers Wireless - Wikipedia

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    Rogers has its own corporate retail stores, known as Rogers Plus, and also allows third parties to become exclusive dealers. Best Buy and Walmart stores in Canada provide Fido products along with prepaid and postpaid services. Additionally, Loblaw Companies stores sell prepaid feature phones and top-up vouchers. Loblaw stores have a special ...

  7. The Saddle Club - Wikipedia

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    The Saddle Club is an Australian-Canadian children's television series developed by Sarah Dodd, based on the books written by Bonnie Bryant.Like the book series, the scripted live action series follows the lives of three best friends in training to compete in equestrian competitions at the fictional Pine Hollow Stables, while dealing with problems in their personal lives.

  8. Nick Verreos - Wikipedia

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    Nick Verreos (born February 13, 1967 in St. Louis, Missouri) is an American fashion designer, fashion commentator, former Project Runway contestant, educator and author.

  9. Mobilicity - Wikipedia

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    For the Metro stores, there were initially eight locations in Toronto and one in Ottawa selling Mobilicity, but this is now reduced to only four Toronto locations. The arrangement consisted of Mobilicity launching full-service kiosks inside these Metro stores. It excluded Metro's Food Basics and Super C discount brands. Mobilicity closed all ...