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2 hrs ago | 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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6 hrs ago | 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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10 hrs ago | 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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14 hrs ago | 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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Eastside Business

Travel: Weekend in Vancouver at the Westin Bayshore Vancouver

By Joe "Tesla Manifestor" Kennedy The future Mrs. Kennedy and I just spent an epic few days in Vancouver, BC and stayed at the luxurious Westin Bayshore Vancouver while in town.

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Ottawa Life

Profiles: Rob Smith

Rob Smith is a fourth-generation railroader. Hailing from Perth, Ontario, he started as a brakeman with CP Rail in nearby Smiths Falls, where he spent much of his career.

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Journal of Commerce

Luxury brands driving mall expansion

While big box retailers like Target have struggled to get a foothold in Canadian markets, demand for luxury retailers is strong and fuelling massive expansion projects at shopping malls across the country.

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The Globe and Mail

Probe reveals bogus bookings on Alison Redford flights: report

Controversy over Alison Redford's expenses continue to dog the former Alberta premier, with new claims that her staff filled government flights with bogus passenger reservations to ensure no one else would be able to board the plane with Ms.

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Tue Jul 29, 2014

The Asian Pacific Post

Purchasing Power: Mynamar vs Vancouver

A fully furnished and operational boutique hotel has come on the market in Myanmar.

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The Columbian

Vancouver's Main Street Marijuana pot store reopens

Prices haven't dropped much since Main Street Marijuana shut its doors last week in protest of price gouging, but at least the quality is improving, said Ramsey Hamide, a manager.

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Entrepreneur Magazine

This Traveling Robot Isn't Just a Pile of Junk on the Side of the Road

If you see this pile of junk on the side of the road, think twice before speeding by.

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Luton Today

Travel: Canada's big skies, big fish and a wild west dream

Mention Canada and most people immediately think of a trip through the Rockies from Calgary to Vancouver - but In the first of two features about one of the Commonwealth country's lesser known provinces, travel writer Alan Wooding enjoys all that the prairie state of Saskatchewan has to offer.

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NY1

Experience Cape Breton Island in Small Batches

Cape Breton Island is home to a few single malt distilleries on this side of the pond.

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Mon Jul 28, 2014

Mashable

Can a Cute Robot Hitchhike Across Canada?

Hitchhiking can be a dangerous way to travel, but one robot is using it to go cross country.

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Edmonton Journal

New Brunswick woman's family looks in Alberta for answers about her death

Tasha King recently moved to Leduc from New Brunswick to look for a young man who may be connected to the death of her sister, Serena Perry, who died in 2012 of suspicious means in Saint John, NB.

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Edmonton Journal

Homecoming for city's dance diva

Peggy Baker performs in 2009. One of Canada's most influential modern dance artists, Baker is the distinguished guest teacher this week at the University of Alberta's Orchesis Dance Summer Intensive.

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Calgary Journal

Stanley Jones: Calgary's first Great War enlistee

Stanley Livingston Jones was standing with his wife, Lucile, in front of one of the local newspaper buildings in Calgary on Aug.5, 1914 when they discovered the news that German forces had attacked Belgium a da prior on Aug. 4. In response, Britain declared war on Germany to honour the 1839 Treaty of London - a document that stated Britain would ... (more)

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Brandon Sun

Bank of Canada erases mountain ID from $10 bill after questions raised

The central bank had claimed that its new plastic $10 bank notes included an image of majestic Mount Edith Cavell, a prominent peak in the Canadian Rockies south of Jasper, Alta.

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