• Reuters

    Mexican journalist shot dead outside home in border city of Tijuana

    A Mexican photojournalist died after being shot in the head outside his home in the northern border city of Tijuana, officials said on Monday. Margarito Martinez, 49, worked for more than a decade in Tijuana for several national and international news outlets covering the gang crime and violence that has scarred the city, which sits on U.S.-Mexico border opposite San Diego. The Attorney General's office in the Tijuana's home state of Baja California said officials who responded to a 911 call around midday found Martinez's body outside his home with a head injury caused by firearm.

  • CNW Group

    AUTOCANADA ANNOUNCES FIXED INCOME INVESTOR UPDATE AND SELECTED PRELIMINARY 2021 FOURTH QUARTER RESULTS

    AutoCanada Inc. ("AutoCanada" or the "Company") (TSX: ACQ), a leading multi-location North American automobile dealership group, is pleased to announce that it is meeting with fixed income investors to provide an update on its operations and acquisitions, including its recently announced acquisition of 11 dealerships from the Autopoint Group. In connection with its update to fixed income investors, AutoCanada is providing the following preliminary unaudited highlights of what it expects to repor