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‘He’s the new big dog’: Canadian OL Logan Bandy starts at center for Riders with Dan Clark sidelined by fractured fibula

Photo: Paul Swanson/3DownNation. All rights reserved. Rookie Canadian offensive lineman Logan Bandy will step in as the starting center for the Saskatchewan Roughriders when the team travels to Montreal in Week 3. The Calgary native is getting the first CFL start of his career which… Read More »‘He’s the new big dog’: Canadian OL Logan Bandy starts at center for Riders with Dan Clark sidelined by fractured fibula

K9s United Offers Florida Drivers Specialty License Plate to Benefit Canine Crime Fighters

JACKSONVILLE, Fla.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–K9s United, a national nonprofit dedicated to supporting law enforcement K9 units with vital equipment and training, is in the final months of accepting preorders for its approved state of Florida K9s United specialty license plate. The organization, based in Jacksonville, is encouraging… Read More »K9s United Offers Florida Drivers Specialty License Plate to Benefit Canine Crime Fighters

Darlington man sings praises of health transformation – thanks to help from beloved rescue dog

Photo: Mr Sun and Watson Submitted by Matthew Allen A former engineer from Darlington has spoken about how taking up running led to a complete self-transformation – all while being accompanied by his faithful four-legged friend. In 2015, Ruiping Sun, then aged 55, faced several… Read More »Darlington man sings praises of health transformation – thanks to help from beloved rescue dog

Special forces training, dogs and six-figure salaries — how law firms are trying to keep staff happy

Resilience training from former soldiers, dogs in the office and £160,000 salaries for juniors are just some of the ways London law firms are trying to keep their staff happy during a challenging period for morale. Salaries have spiraled in the sector since 2020, with… Read More »Special forces training, dogs and six-figure salaries — how law firms are trying to keep staff happy