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1 hr ago | The Chronicle Herald

Going off the rails in Nova Scotia

Port Hawkesbury town councillor Joe Janega, a structural engineer, examines crumbling concrete abutment under the Embree Island bridge in Port Hawkesbury.

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6 hrs ago | Edmonton Journal

Via says 'operational problems' near Brockville; passengers say collision

OTTAWA, ON: JULY 24, 2009 - VIA Rail Canada sign inside an deserted Ottawa Train Station, morning of Friday, July 24, 2009.

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8 hrs ago | Canada.com

Hospitals urged to prepare despite low risk of Ebola virus coming to Canada

Queen's University infectious-disease specialist Dr. Dick Zoutman, Chaired the SARS scientific advisory committee for Ontario and spent time in Kosovo after the 1998-99 war working with local doctors treating patients with a different kind of hemorrhagic fever, Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever.

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8 hrs ago | Vancouver Sun

Douglas Todd: The floating life of affluent 'transnational' migrants

The acclaimed movie Floating Life tells the story of a family of well-off ethnic Chinese who can afford to make connections to cosmopolitan cities around the world, including Vancouver.

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9 hrs ago | Vancouver Sun

AHS warns of dangers of E. coli after cluster of cases in Edmonton area

Alberta Health Services is warning Edmontonians of the dangers of E. coli following a cluster of cases in the area.

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10 hrs ago | Vancouver Sun

Road closures in the West End this weekend for Pride

If you're an adrenalin junkie on vacation, here are 17 death-defying activities that will make your heart pound and your toes curl.

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12 hrs ago | The Georgia Straight

Vancouver Aquarium CEO John Nightingale says he's 'irritated'...

John Nightingale said this even though the park board has voted to ban captive breeding of cetaceans in the Stanley Park tourist attraction and research facility.

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15 hrs ago | Bangor Daily News

You went where with a baby?

Last week, I did something that just a few months ago I thought was impossible. We took our 7-month-old daughter on an international vacation - just the three of us, no in-laws or relatives to help.

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16 hrs ago | Canada.com

What to do in Ottawa: Puppets, Highland Games and laughs

The Glengarry Highland Games still has a few camping spots open for those who do not want to miss a minute of the two day festival featuring pipe competition, dance, fiddling, whiskey tasting , caber, stone, sheaf and hammer tossing, 34 Fair St., Maxville Fairgrounds, Maxville.

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21 hrs ago | Canada.com

City's heritage building advocates face uphill battle

From the rundown Cecil Hotel to the classy Barron Building theatre, city council has been eyeing the fate of decades-old buildings as developers seek downtown space.

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Thu Jul 31, 2014

Edmonton Journal

Sobeys closure leaves hole in downtown core

Edmonton's downtown Sobeys Urban Fresh location closed its doors permanently Thursday, leaving urban dwellers wondering what will become of the empty storefront on Jasper Avenue and 104th Street.

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National Post

HitchBOT Update: Canada's hitchhiking robot makes it all the way...

It's a long road for hitchBOT, attempting to travel from Halifax, N.S., to Victoria, B.C., all in the name of a human kindness experiment.

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The Georgia Straight

Trans, Two-Spirit, and Genderqueer Liberation and Celebration March kicks off Pride weekend

This year's Trans, Two-Spirit, and Genderqueer Liberation and Celebration March will travel from Clark Park to Victoria Park on Friday evening .

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CBC News

Civic holiday 2014: What's open and closed in Ottawa

Museums and most stores and malls will be open on Aug 4, 2014, but banks and many city services will be closed.

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Edmonton Journal

Thursday's Editorial: Parks merit our protection

It's here: August. The pulsing epicentre of our city's annual entertainment scene, with - count them - 12 festivals in the Edmonton area, including our top bananas, the Folk Fest and the Fringe.

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Pique News Magazine

Silly season

Midsummer is already being steamrolled into late summer. Silly season is upon us - a.k.a. August - usually a time of fun for us in a newsroom while we wait for the "serious stuff" to restart in the fall.

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CBC News

Whales in captivity: What scientists say

Questions about whether the Vancouver Aquarium should be allowed to keep beluga whales and other cetaceans are being reviewed by the Vancouver Park Board.

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Edmonton Journal

Simons: Controversial new law shines harsh light on First Nations finances

Hundreds of supporters participated in a Tea Dance with the Dene Tha' Drummers during at an Idle No More rally held at Churchill Square in downtown Edmonton on Jan. 28, 2013.

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Wed Jul 30, 2014

Edmonton Journal

A is for August, the heart of our entertainment year

It's here: August. The pulsing epicentre of our city's annual entertainment scene, with - count them - 12 festivals in the Edmonton area, including our top bananas, the Folk Fest and the Fringe.

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PC Magazine

Introducing Fastest Mobile Networks Canada 2014

More cities, more carriers, and more countryside: our great Canadian network test is bigger than ever.

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