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  2. Global Water Resources (NASDAQ:GWRS) Is Due To Pay A Dividend ...

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    The board of Global Water Resources, Inc. (NASDAQ:GWRS) has announced that it will pay a dividend on the 30th of November, with investors receiving US$0.024 per share.This means that the annual ...

  3. Global Water Resources (NASDAQ:GWRS) Has Announced A Dividend ...

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    The board of Global Water Resources, Inc. (NASDAQ:GWRS) has announced that it will pay a dividend of $0.0246 per share on the 30th of November. Based on this payment, the dividend yield will be 2. ...

  4. Global Water Resources, Inc. (GWRS) Earnings Expected to Grow ...

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    Global Water Resources, Inc. (GWRS) doesn't possess the right combination of the two key ingredients for a likely earnings beat in its upcoming report. Get prepared with the key expectations.

  5. Great Western Railway (Saskatchewan) - Wikipedia

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    The Great Western Railway ( reporting mark GWRS) is a Canadian short line railway company operating on former Canadian Pacific Railway trackage in Southwest Saskatchewan. [1] Great Western Railway Ltd. is an operating company that services the line and is locally owned and operated by farmers and municipalities in Southwestern Saskatchewan.

  6. Four years later, woman paralyzed at bachelorette party ... - AOL

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    Just a month before Rachelle Friedman's dream wedding in 2010, she was paralyzed in a freak accident at her poolside bachelorette party. A shocking 911 call made by a friend captured the awful moment.

  7. Great-West Lifeco - Wikipedia

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    Great-West Lifeco Inc. is a Canadian insurance-centered financial holding company that operates in North America (Canada and United States), Europe and Asia through five wholly owned, regionally focused subsidiaries. Many of the companies it has indirect control over are part of its largest subsidiary, The Canada Life Assurance Company; the ...