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Cape Breton Post
Fogo Island Inn, Great Wolf Lodge win 2013 Canadian Tourism Awards
The Fogo Island Inn, a luxury hotel that opened last May on a remote Newfoundland shoreline, and Great Wolf Lodge, a family waterpark resort in Niagara Falls, Ont., are among 2013 Canadian Tourism Award winners.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
The Georgia Straight
10 ways to help the animals this holiday season
I signed up for a sugar daddy website cause if I'm going to go on horrible dates with awful Vancouver men, I might as well get paid for it.
Prince George Citizen
Sex tourism still thrives in Asia, while sex offender appears in B.C. court
As dusk falls and lights flick on amongst a hodgepodge of restaurants, nail salons and dance clubs overlooking this Cambodian capital's waterfront, tuk-tuk taxis whisk past a reality that emerges nightly in the shadows along the street.
The Abbotsford News
Proposed Vancouver site for incinerator surprises land owner, city
A proposed site in south Vancouver for a new garbage incinerator to serve Metro Vancouver was submitted without the knowledge or support of its owner - TransLink.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
IAT Reinsurance Responds to MFC Industrial's Baseless Accusations;...
NEW YORK , Dec. 3, 2013 /CNW/ - Mr. Peter R. Kellogg and IAT Reinsurance Company Ltd. today responded to the accusations made by MFC Industrial Ltd. in its press release and management information circular filed on December 2, 2013.
Lake Cowichan Gazette
Kindness motivates Penticton's Top 40 Under Hernberg
He's so full of hope, inspiration and kindness, speaking with Rylan Hernberg for a few minutes is like getting an motivational pep talk.
MFDA announces disciplinary proceeding in respect of Penny Deming
TORONTO , Dec. 3, 2013 /CNW/ - The Mutual Fund Dealers Association of Canada today announced that it has commenced disciplinary proceedings in respect of Penny Diann Deming .
Musqueam in contention for 2013 Newsmaker
National Assembly of First Nations Chief Shawn Atleo visited the Marpole Village burial site during the Musqueam protests there in May. file photo Dan Toulgoet National Assembly of First Nations Chief Shawn Atleo visited the Marpole Village burial site during the Musqueam protests there in May. file photo Dan Toulgoet First, the good news: After ... (more)
Poutine -- Photo by Karen Flores for ABS-CBNnews.com
MANILA A number of familiar favorites and new concepts have opened at Tuscany, a growing dining destination at McKinley Hill, Fort Bonifacio.
Review: The Tenors hit the right notes in Vancouver
Last year with the release of their third album, Lead With Your Heart, The Canadian Tenors dropped the "Canadian" from their name, taking their chances in a crowded pop-opera market that includes The Three Tenors, The Irish Tenors, The American Tenors, Il Divo and Il Volo.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Commutes over 30 minutes unreasonable to Canadians
The death of actor Paul Walker is the latest in a string of celebrities lost this year.
The Abbotsford News
Metro Vancouver directors tussle over oil pipeline response
With Kinder Morgan Canada poised this month to unveil its application to twin the Trans Mountain oil pipeline, Metro Vancouver politicians are scrambling to decide how to respond.
New Hampshire Public Radio -
A 'Geese Tsunami' In Canada
Perhaps George Takei introduced this viral video best. On Facebook he said it was one of those "What the Flock" moments .
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Donors with hearts of gold help Richmond's needy children
Top six: Some fantastic submissions this week made it hard to pick six favourites difficult, let alone a winner.
Maple Ridge News
Border tolls could claw back leaking gas tax, summit hears
Toll all the border crossings first so drivers who nip across the line to buy cheap gas and avoid paying fuel tax to TransLink as well as B.C.'s carbon tax would have less reason to do so.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Canadian stores hit Black Friday head on in cross-border competition
With border lineups into Washington State resembling an ordinary weekday Friday morning and customers lining up long before usual openings at Metro Vancouver malls, evidence suggests Canadian retailers have caught at least some of the Black Friday's cross-border wave.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
More bikes stolen in Vancouver than cars
Eric Moutal outside his garage in the back alley where he stores his current bike.
Recycling's day of reckoning in Metro Vancouver
Shoppers were out in droves for Black Friday, considered the first shopping day of the Christmas season.
Travelling duo stops in Richmond
FRIDAY FEATURE: The seed of Christmas Tales was planted on a cross-Canadian theatrical tour while the nation debated separation.
Regina Leader Post
London Drugs not just a drugstore
London Drugs, which is opening its 79th store in Canada and second in Regina at 4800 Gordon Rd. Friday isn't just a drugstore.