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ies and tools to help participants reduce their own carbon footprint. Audi will also showcase the new Audi Q7 3.0 TDI with ultra low emission system, the cleanest diesel engine in the world. Conference attendees will be able to attend a “Living Green” panel discussion hosted by Dr. Hackenberg Wiedl, Head of Audi Diesel Powertrain Product Management, and hear firsthand how individual driving behavior can impact fuel consumption by 30 percent. She will also highlight the integrated fuel reduction strategy of Audi including the high tech TDI engines with...

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The Montreal Alouettes safety claimed the second annual award in an Internet poll of Canadian football fans. For winning the honour, Gibson's Finest made a $10,000 donation to the charity of Boulay's choice, the Quebec Cancer Foundation. "A lot of people in my family have been affected by cancer," said the 24 year old Montreal native. "I think it's something everyone knows about and knows someone who's been affected. "Even on the Alouettes, the wife of our quarterback Anthony Calvillo was diagnosed with cancer. It was my chance, my opportunity to give back for a great cause." Last month, Calvillo took an indefinite leave of absence from the...

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President Emile Lahoud left office shortly before midnight Friday amid a feud over who was in charge in the politically divided nation. Siniora, whose government effectively took charge of the country on Saturday in line with the constitution, told reporters "we will exert all efforts to carry out as soon as possible the election in line with the constitution." "We, as a government, will continue to carry out our duties as provided by the constitution," he said after meeting with Maronite Cardinal Nasrallah Sfeir, from whose community Lebanese presidents are drawn. The crisis has prompted fears that two rival governments could be formed, as was the case at the end of the 1975 1990 civil war. Siniora dismissed Lahoud's parting statement on Friday in which he said he was handing over responsibility for the country's security to the army on...

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