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5 hrs ago | CBC News

Why passengers are unlikely to win damages due to unruly fliers

Passengers who may feel they deserve compensatory damages for having their vacation plans derailed because of unruly passengers are probably out of luck.

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7 hrs ago | Vancouver Courier

Updated: Vancouver Aquarium taking park board to court

The Vancouver Aquarium is taking the city's park board to court over new four bylaw resolutions that could put an end to whale and dolphin displays at the Stanley Park tourist attraction.

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Thu Aug 28, 2014

AndPOP.com

15 Student Discounts Every Student Should Know About

To cheer you up, we've compiled a list of discounts you can enjoy now that you're back in school.

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CBC News

'Slut walk' co-founder out to dispel myths, misinformation

Heather Jarvis of Guelph, Ont., co-founded the so-called "Slut Walk" to draw attention to the issue of sexual violence against women.

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Ottawa Life

The Cosmopolitan Hotel Toronto: A Fantastic Escape in the Heart of Toronto

Toronto is a great city and there is no doubt that it has some fine hotels. The key to a stay in the Big Smoke is location and you definitely want to stay central for easy access to the subway to head to great areas like Bloor West, Danforth or Yorkville.

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The Georgia Straight

Portrait of an Artist: Miriam Aroeste

"My work is always based on emotion," she says, sitting amongst her many colourful abstract canvases at Parker Street Studios in East Vancouver.

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The London Free Press

Cold enough for ya? Actually, it was a 'delightfully boring' summer, say experts

A woman with an umbrella, pushing a cart, walks past James Ramsay Park in Riverbend during a rainstorm in Edmonton, Alta., on Monday June 30, 2014.

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Canada.com

Holt Renfrew closing stores in Quebec City and Ottawa to focus on flagship locations

The luxury retailer will give its flagship locations a $300-million facelift that will see overall square footage rise 40% in Western Canada, Toronto and Montreal.

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CBC News

3 Winnipeg scientists exposed to Ebola coming home

Dr. Joel Kettner, Manitoba's former chief medical officer of health, said three Canadian researchers exposed to the Ebola virus and recently evacuated from Sierra Leone likely won't spend any time in hospital when they get home.

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Torontoist

Urban Planner: August 28, 2014

Festivals: Since you're probably going to notice an increase in the number of interestingly dressed people downtown this week, we'll let you in on the secret: Fan Expo is back, bringing celebrities, exhibitors, and genre enthusiasts together at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre for four days of panels, celebrity appearances, demonstrations, ... (more)

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Canada NewsWire

Andrew Farrell Declared Master of the Mac & Cheese at the 2014 Grate Canadian Cheese Cook-Off

This year's four fierce competitors at the Grate Canadian Cheese Cook-Off included Bal Arneson from Vancouver; chef Andrew Farrell from Halifax; Kevin Durkee from Toronto; and chef David Bohati from Calgary with Wally Smith, president of Dairy Farmers of Canada [centre] ) This year's four fierce competitors at the Grate Canadian Cheese Cook-Off ... (more)

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Brandon Sun

Fortune teller finds her true calling

It's one thing that the former medical laboratory assistant turned card reader admits that she didn't see coming.

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Wed Aug 27, 2014

Edmonton Journal

Thomson: Government swimming in money a a - and scandals

Stantec's new $500-million skyscraper will be mighty tall when it's completed in 2018 - 62 storeys, dwarfing all other Edmonton towers, making it one of the highest skyscrapers in the country, behind five Toronto and two Calgary towers .

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TreeHugger

Who's this Tim Horton that Burger King is buying and why should I care?

It's in all the news: Burger King is merging with Canada's huge coffee chain Tim Horton's and moving its head office north to chase a lower tax rate.

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My Manitoba.com

University of Winnipeg at centre of $5M oral history project

During the Second World War, the federal government systematically uprooted thousands of Canadians of Japanese ancestry on the west coast of Canada and stripped them of their property-including homes, businesses, fishing boats, cars and personal effects because of their ancestry.

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680News

File photo of Go Transit cars in Toronto. the Canadian Press/Kenneth Armstrong

A minor CN train derailment south of York University on Wednesday morning caused delays for several hours on the Barrie and Richmond Hill GO train lines.

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CBC News

Labour Day 2014 in Ottawa: What's open and closed

Paddlers enjoy the waters of Fitzroy Harbour, Ont., on the Ottawa River during the Labour Day long weekend in 2011.

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The Globe and Mail

Pick a home that's practical for your future

Lauren Mark's Mississauga loft is as perfect for her life now as it will be in 50 years.

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CBC News

Vancouver Aquarium to respond to whale, dolphin breeding ban

The Vancouver Aquarium is responding to proposed amendments to the park board bylaw that would prohibit the breeding of cetaceans in captivity unless they are endangered.

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The Toronto Star

When it comes to fashion, TIFF is no Cannes

There is little doubt that the Toronto International Film Festival, revving up for its 39th year next week, now rivals Cannes as the most significant event on the film industry's calendar.

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