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They’re out to boost Canadian entrepreneurship, not torch it.Verkindt, founder of the Offset Market Exchange (theomx.com), and Finkelstein, chief platform officer for Shopify, join Blue Cat Network’s Michael Hyatt in CBC TV’s Next Gen Den, a Web-only version of the show that features younger entrepreneurs and edgier deals.But where the prime-time dragons popularized phrases like “Pigs get slaughtered,” and “You’re going to zero with a bullet,” the digital-only dragons profess a more laid-back, positive approach.“I think it’s just a great opportunity to invest in the next Shopify coming out of the Canadian startup scene,” says Finkelstein, 31.A Winnipeg man was pepper-sprayed and carjacked by four teenagers Monday afternoon after showing up for what he thought was a date he'd arranged on a free dating site.
“We don’t release information in regards to people who’ve died unless they’re a victim of foul play and that hasn’t been determined yet,” he said.Born in Ottawa and raised in Newfoundland, Hyndman kept true to his east-coast roots, at one point opening a home furnishings and decor store in St. News of Hyndman’s sudden passing drew condolences from several famous colleagues, including fellow design couple Colin Mc Allister and Justin Ryan who took to social media to express their sorrow.“We are so saddened to hear of the passing of Chris Hyndman,” the Scottish decorators posted on Facebook.as well as potentially a long weekend every few months if it gets there naturally." In 2011, Twitchell was convicted of the 2008 first-degree murder of Johnny Altinger.Twitchell dismembered Altinger and dumped his remains in a north Edmonton sewer. He produced the film in the garage two weeks earlier. I just don't do that," said Melissa Fazzina who started the website six years ago.