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3 hrs ago | The Globe and Mail

Scout List: Queer film, honey, and garlic

Editor's Note: Globe B.C. has joined forces with Scout Magazine to give you the best of what's happening in Vancouver this weekend.

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Related Topix: Life, Food, Honey, North America Travel, Travel, Vancouver, Canada Travel, Canada, Fruits, Dessert, Ice Cream

7 hrs ago | The Georgia Straight

Lululemon athletica opens Robson Street flagship in time for 2014 SeaWheeze

Lululemon athletica will open its new flagship location Thursday at 970 Burrard Street.

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Related Topix: North America Travel, Travel, Vancouver, Canada Travel

12 hrs ago | CBC News

Travel journalists from around world descend on Winnipeg

Travel journalists from around the world are taking in Winnipeg's sites Aug. 17 to 21. Travel journalists from around the world are checking out the city for the first time as part of a travel media show aimed at selling Winnipeg to tourists.

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13 hrs ago | MacLeans

The opening lines of 9 travel guides to Canada

How would you describe Canada to friends visiting from another country? Where do you start? Here's how some travel guides introduced the world to Canada in their first sentence : 1. Lonely Planet : Welcome to Canada, where sighs alternate with gasps at the white-dipped mountains, mist-cloaked seascapes and northern roadways.

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17 hrs ago | CBC News

Tuktoyaktuk road may shift tourism dollars north from Inuvik

Dipping a toe, a foot or taking a full plunge in the Arctic Ocean is one reason why tourists visit Tuktoyaktuk, N.W.T., a "Where else in Canada, literally can you get in your car in Vancouver and end up at the Arctic Ocean?" said Jackie Challis.

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Related Topix: North America Travel, Travel, North America, Canada, World News, Prudhoe Bay, AK

Tue Aug 19, 2014

Calgary Herald

When Alberta politics turns into French farce

With the Alberta government, you can never quite be sure how the worm will turn.

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Related Topix: North America Travel, Travel, Alberta, Canada Travel, Alberta, MN, Canada, Opinion

Canada.com

American retailer Marshalls opening Calgary store on Thursday

Centrally-located off of Macleod Trail South and near Glenmore Trail and the ever-popular Chinook Centre, the new off-price retailer has found a home at the Kingsland Village mall and will open its doors to the public on Thursday.

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Edmonton Journal

Provincial grant to boost tourist charms of The Fringe

The Edmonton Fringe Festival may already be a tourist attraction, but organizers are using a newly announced provincial grant to make it even better.

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Related Topix: North America Travel, Travel, Alberta, Canada Travel, Canada, Life, Food, Food Festival

The Asian Pacific Post

City of Vancouver responds to debt question

The City of Vancouver has a dynamic, highly diversified urban economy that is thriving as a result of its global brand, its leading global clusters in the high tech and creative sector, and its role as a global gateway to the Asia Pacific.

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Related Topix: North America Travel, Travel, Canada, Vancouver, Canada Travel, Home, Mortgage, Personal Finance

Vancouver Courier

Back to School: Getting a deal on clothes for kids

Preparation for the inevitable return of school can be expensive. There are the school supplies, haircuts and the biggest expenditure of all - back to school clothes.

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Related Topix: North America Travel, Travel, Canada, Vancouver, Canada Travel

The Winnipeg Free Press

Exhibition on painter Alex Colville set to launch at Art Gallery of Ontario

Master painter Alex Colville is remembered for his ability to immortalize the seemingly mundane moments of everyday life, often with tense and haunting undertones.

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Related Topix: North America Travel, Travel, Toronto, Canada Travel, Canada,

The Globe and Mail

Ford softens tone on streetcars, but opposes all-door boarding

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has shifted his position on the city's transit options, calling the streetcars he once disdained "pretty efficient" and announcing plans to fund improving the existing system should he be re-elected.

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Related Topix: North America Travel, Travel, Toronto, Canada Travel

Star Phoenix

Politically charged issue dominates doc talks

A cynic might already have concluded that the Toronto Blue Jays played way over their heads in May. At the time, however, that 21-9 record was real.

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Related Topix: Drugs, Dyess, AR, Johnny Cash, Country, Canada, North America, World News, Marijuana, North America Travel, Travel

Mon Aug 18, 2014

Nanaimo Daily News

Porter Airlines orders to pay cash to passengers bumped from domestic flights

Porter Airlines has been ordered by regulators to pay cash compensation to passengers bumped from its domestic flights, joining the country's two latest airlines which already offer such compensation.

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Related Topix: North America, Canada, World News, North America Travel, Travel

SooToday

Racism common at WW1 recruiting stations

Linda Kawamoto Reid, chair of the Japanese Canadian War Memorial Committee, stands for a photograph at the memorial in Stanley Park in Vancouver, B.C., on Tuesday August 5, 2014.

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Related Topix: North America, Canada, World News, North America Travel, Travel, Vancouver, Canada Travel

Newsday

Robot ends 6,000km Canada hitch-hike

A robot sent out to travel across Canada by hitch-hiking has completed its 6,000km trip - apparently in one piece.

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Related Topix: Robots, Science / Technology, Canada, North America Travel, Travel, Toronto, Canada Travel

Canada.com

Guided Segway tours launched in Calgary

Susana Ranca leads friends visiting from her native Romania on a Segway tour on the Elbow River pathway.

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The Winnipeg Free Press

English Bay a beacon for runners, sunbathers and sightseers in Vancouver

English Bay offers a spectacular view, ships anchored in the water, an expansive number of beaches and a surprising amount of art.

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AkiPress

14:53 Filmmakers of Kurmanjan Datka arrive in Montreal to prepare for ...

The filmmakers of Kurmanjan Datka has arrived in Montreal to prepare for participation in the Film Festival, the Embassy of Kyrgyzstan to the United States and Canada said on August 18. Film's producer Jyldyzkan Joldosheva, film director Sadyk Sher-Niyaz, main actress Elina Abay kyzy, associate producer Brett Syson and assistant director ... (more)

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The Chronicle Herald

Cheticamp fit for survival

In 1785, an English governor offered wind-terrorized land no one else wanted on Cape Breton's west coast to a few displaced Acadian families.

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