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  1. Currie: Giving blood is a national tradition to be valuedRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | My Manitoba.com

    For decades, this country was the envy of the world. The Red Cross was hugely respected, and they were responsible for collecting blood from an army of volunteer donors.

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  2. COCHRANE: Depth of Nova Scotia's sporting talent shows againRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | The Chronicle Herald

    Paraolympian Andrew Haley, seen here at the Dartmouth Sportsplex pool in 2000, is a Nova Scotia Sports Hall of fame inductee. You don't have to be an expert on local sports to realize that the depth and calibre of athletes, teams and builders entering the Nova Scotia Sport Hall of Fame has gradually been improving.

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  3. Mumbai scribe dies 25 days after constable's son knocked him downRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Mid-Day Mumbai

    Harshad Patel, a scribe with Gujarati newspaper Janmabhoomi, had been fighting for his life after the cop's son rammed his bike into the 53-year-old in Mira Road; accused had fled the spot after the incident A-53-year-old journalist died last morning from the injuries that he had sustained from a hit-and-run incident involving a bike driven by a constable's son, in Mira Road on May 4. Harshad Patel was a resident of Mira Road, and a journalist with Mumbai-based Gujarati newspaper Janmabhoomi.

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  4. Sydney teacher in court over multiple charges of sexual assaultRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | The Age

    A 37-year-old teacher faces more than 30 charges of aggravated sexual assault and aggravated sexual intercourse after he allegedly had sexual relationships with two underage students over almost three years. Cameron White, from Eveleigh in central Sydney, did not apply for bail or appear before the court when his matter was heard at Parramatta Bail Court on Saturday.

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  5. "Into the Woods" enchantingRead the original story

    13 hrs ago | Cape Breton Post

    When the men go off to war, Cape Breton women step up to do their duty working at the steel plant in "Heart of Steel," the Highland Arts Theatre musical running Thursday nights this July and August. Huge sinister trees climb into a hazy sky as the light goes from a warning red to an ominous green.

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  6. Bob Martell, 39 years the gatekeeper at Mira Gut bridgeRead the original story

    15 hrs ago | Cape Breton Post

    MIRA GUT The name Bob Martell might not get a big reaction out on the Mira, but "Bridge Man Bob" is another story entirely.

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  7. Glace Bay Food Bank hopes garden project will growRead the original story

    15 hrs ago | Cape Breton Post

    Volunteers with the Glace Bay Food Bank, from left, Kim McCormick, Michael MacNeil and Kimmy McPherson, dig a garden behind the food bank on Hector Street. The garden project - made possible through a grant from Food Banks Canada and Compass Group Canada - will be used to provide healthy additions to clients' orders and with the hot meals served at the food bank.

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  8. Belmac's move to downtown Sydney celebrated by the communityRead the original story

    15 hrs ago | Cape Breton Post

    A ribbon cutting ceremony at Belmac Supply on Friday officially opened their new location on Dodd Street. A celebration of the grand opening and the 40th anniversary of the business was also held.

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  9. Brynn Tomie takes national golf championship by one shotRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | The Chronicle Herald

    Bedford's Brynn Tomie won the Nova Scotia women's amateur golf championship on Saturday at the three-round provincial tournament at The Lakes Golf Club in Ben Eoin. The 23-year-old from Bedford shot a 75 in the final round of the Canadian University/College Championship at Cutten Fields in Guelph, Ont., on Friday to claim a one-stroke victory.

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  10. Regina bypass moving ahead; mayors say it's about timeRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | GlobalNews

    The highway will reduce traffic congestion in the city and redirect semi-trucks around Regina. The project comes with multiple new overpasses, designed to enhance driver safety.

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  11. Possibly purpleRead the original story

    16 hrs ago | Truro Daily News

    It was two years ago; Bruce McGean was looking over his latest purchase when his six-year-old daughter asked him a question. Bruce McGean spent parts of last season training Physicallyinclined at Truro Raceway, the nearest track to his Stewiacke home.

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  12. 'Bridge Man Bob'Read the original story

    17 hrs ago | Cape Breton Post

    Bob Martell, known as 'Bridge Man Bob,' at the Mira Gut bridge. Martell has been bridge man for 39 years, - providing passage for boats from the ocean to the Mira River - including the last 37 consecutive years.

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  13. Albion boxers heading to Cape BretonRead the original story

    19 hrs ago | The News

    At the Emera Centre in North Sydney, Kage MacDonald will fight Mason MacPherson in a rematch from a card in New Glasgow earlier this month, a match that saw MacPherson win in a very close - those who saw it might say it was controversial - decision. Albion's Dawson Fraser will battle it out with Mackenzie Storey in a 60K bout; Morgan Dudka will meet up with Robert MacDonald in a 64K matchup, and Zach Vaughan will take on Robert Perry.

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  14. Birth of Highland VillageRead the original story

    20 hrs ago | Cape Breton Post

    With 11 historic buildings and a stunning location overlooking the Bras d'Or Lake, the Highland Village museum offers a fascinating insight into the lives of early Gaelic speaking immigrants, who crossed the Atlantic Ocean from the highlands and islands of Scotland. Three costumed interpreters in front of the historic church at the Highland Village in Iona.

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  15. Harold has a new homeRead the original story

    20 hrs ago | Cape Breton Post

    We got a new cat not long ago. Puss, my most immediate editor and whip cracker, died back in early April, may she rest in peace, and it was her dying wish that we go to the SPCA ASAP and get another cat ... without feeling fickle about it whatsoever.

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  16. The close: TSX ends down as economic worries hurt banksRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Globe and Mail

    Canada's main stock index ended lower on Friday, capping a 1.2-per-cent decline for the week, as investors shied away from heavyweight financial stocks amid evidence of a shrinking economy. Health-care stocks fell amid a 1.3-per-cent slide for Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc. Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. decreased for a second day, losing more than 1.9 percent.

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  17. What kind of housing should Sydney River get? Care facility wants to knowRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | CBC News

    Berton Ability Centre's Millie Colbourne and Darlene Chiasson say they've been hearing the community wants more housing options for seniors. The care facility, which services people with intellectual disabilities, is looking for pubic input for a mixed housing development.

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  18. Tickets for annual 'Come Spring' tour are availableRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Herald Gazette

    Tickets are now on sale for Union Historical Society's annual Come Spring Bus Tour July 17 at 5:30 p.m., which is part of the town's Founders Day celebrations. The tour departs from the Old Town House on Town House Road.

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  19. Pat MacAdam was a former aide to Mulroney, Diefenbaker, a former Citizen and Sun columnistRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Canada.com

    Former prime minister Brian Mulroney once described him as the "always entertaining and able Pat MacAdam," and for many decades in Ottawa, those qualities earned him a place at the centre of action in this city. MacAdam was comfortable in backrooms, bars and newsrooms, and his skills as a writer, raconteur and political operative made him a memorable part of each place.

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  20. Solving The Mystery Of The Great Wall Of Sandwich, N.H.Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | New Hampshire Public Radio -

    Completed in 1875, the Great Wall of Sandwich is a shoulder height granite wall that runs more than a mile. Together with its 7 foot tall statue of Niobe, the Great Wall became something of a tourist attraction in the early 20th Century.

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