08.07.2012 [650 CKOM News Talk Radio] - Reported by DavidFraser. First Posted: Jul 7, 2012 6:01pm | Last Updated: Jul 8, 2012 9:17am. Change text size: + -. On Thursday Donald 86 year old Donald Barnett went for a walk in Wascana Trails. He hasn't been seen since. His wife Dianna was caught
07.07.2012 [News Talk 980 CJME] - Reported by DavidFraser. First Posted: Jul 7, 2012 10:35am | Last Updated: Jul 7, 2012 4:59pm. Change text size: + -. A man is being charged after a motorcycle and pickup truck collided Saturday morning. The pickup truck had been travelling south on
05.07.2012 [Brisbane Times] - Three organisations received an emailed letter from Attorney-General Jarrod Bleijie's chief of staff, DavidFraser, on July 4, which notified them their funding had finished on June 30. Two organisations are members of the Queensland Association of
03.07.2012 [650 CKOM News Talk Radio] - ... cases deep water, to get things up and running again. firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow on Twitter: @geraldbauman · Share this · General · Saskatchewan · Give feedback on this story · Photo. SaskPower works to restore power. DavidFraser/News Talk Radio
18.06.2012 [Wall Street Journal (blog)] - Queensland Treasury Corporation's overhanging 34% stake in rail transporter QR National could be solved by a share buy-back, according to Nomura analyst DavidFraser.
20.06.2012 [E&T magazine] - Dr DavidFraser is a chartered engineer with a major projects background and has qualifications in neuro-linguistic programming and mediation. He is executive director of change for Leaders, a consultancy focused on bringing out the best in people.
15.06.2012 [Western Producer (subscription)] - DavidFraser, an animal welfare researcher at the University of British Columbia, and his colleagues, did in-depth interviews with about 100 cattle producers in Western Canada, with results reported earlier this year. They were asked about what Fraser
11.06.2012 [Toronto Star] - “Not all patents applied for or received will be incorporated into a Microsoft product.” The concept may be “creepy,” said DavidFraser, a Canadian privacy lawyer, yet companies are doing a better job of protecting users' data today than they have in