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  1. Varsity girls soccer Titans tie rivals, reach tournament semis in week threeRead the original story

    19 hrs ago | Sackville Tribune-Post

    The past week was a good one for the Tantramar Varsity Girls' Soccer Titans as they tied their chief league rivals and reached the final four of a 16-team AAA tournament hosted by the Mathieu-Martin Vedettes in Dieppe. The past week was a good one for the Tantramar Varsity Girls' Soccer Titans as they tied their chief league rivals and reached the final four of a 16-team AAA tournament hosted by the Mathieu-Martin Vedettes in Dieppe.

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  2. Tantramar Association of Grandm/others hosting film screeningRead the original story

    19 hrs ago | Sackville Tribune-Post

    The Tantramar Association of Grandm/others, in partnership with the International Centre of Mount Allison University, is proud to present the Stephen Lewis Foundation's new film, African Grandmothers Tribunal: Seeking justice at the frontlines of the AIDS crisis. In July 2014, the film premiered at the International AIDS Conference in Australia.

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  3. New Brunswick reports more election confusionRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Chilliwack Times

    Elections New Brunswick says confusion over new riding boundaries is the reason why 14 people voted in the wrong ridings in last week's provincial election, 11 of whom were allowed to cast ballots again in the correct ridings. A spokesman for the elections agency said in one case, a first-time voter who lives in the riding of Fredericton York cast her ballot in the neighbouring riding of Fredericton-Grand Lake after polling staff didn't check her address.

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  4. Roberta O. CormierRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Bangor Daily News

    Roberta O. Cormier, 96, died September 28, 2014, at Dirigo Pines in Orono. She was born April 10, 1918, in Fort Kent, the daughter of Paul and Hazel Ouellette.

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  5. Boston College Hockey vs. University of New Brunswick: First LookRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | BC Interruption

    The Boston College men's hockey team has an exhibition game on Saturday night at Conte Forum against the University of New Brunswick, one of Canada's top collegiate teams. This game informally opens up the 2014-2015 campaign and BC's quest to reach the Frozen Four down the street at at TD Garden.

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  6. Assault charge against Fredericton Const. Jeffrey Smiley dismissedRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | CBC News

    The assault charge against Const. Jeffrey Smiley, pictured here in the foreground during an awards ceremony at Rideau Hall in December, has been dismissed.

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  7. U.S. Oil Exports Seen Breaking Record as Traders Dodge BanRead the original story

    20 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    U.S. oil exports are set to surpass a record held since 1957 as traders find ways around a four-decade ban on supplies leaving the country. The U.S. sent 401,000 barrels a day abroad in July, 54,000 shy of the record set in March 1957, according to data compiled by the Energy Information Administration, the Energy Department's statistical unit.

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  8. Kate Middleton cancels another appearance due to extreme morning sicknessRead the original story

    20 hrs ago | Newsday

    Despite reports in British media that the pregnant Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, is recovering from nearly a month of extreme morning sickness, she has been forced to cancel yet another royal engagement. Despite reports in British media that the pregnant Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, is recovering from nearly a month of extreme morning sickness, she has been forced to cancel yet another royal engagement.

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  9. Players file legal action in Canada challenging artificial turf at 2015 Women's World CupRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Vancouver Sun

    If there's a sudden jump in the number of dumpster divers in the next few months, blame Vancouver documentary makers Grant Baldwin and Jenny Rustemeyer. For six months, they lived off discarded food to highlight the fact that nearly half of all food produced in North America ends up in landfills or compost.

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  10. Two accused in Glace Bay drug incident releasedRead the original story

    21 hrs ago | Cape Breton Post

    Charles William Russell, 54, of Sackville, N.B., is charged with possession for the purpose of trafficking in oxycodone while 53-year-old Roderick Stephen Russell of Etobicoke, Ont., is charged with possession for the purpose of trafficking in methylphenidate .

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  11. Londonderry playforest a big hitRead the original story

    21 hrs ago | Truro Daily News

    Five-year-old Brady Langille-Higgins tackled the rock-climbing wall at the Londonderry playforest with ease on Sunday. Construction and installation of the playforest was almost complete by the end of the weekend, with kids already taking advantage of its contents.

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  12. World Cup turf concerns prompt lawsuit from women's soccer coalitionRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | CBC News

    American lead a players' coalition that filed a lawsuit against the Canadian Soccer Association and FIFA Wednesday challenging the decision to play the 2015 women's World Cup on artificial. A coalition of elite female players from around the world filed a lawsuit on Wednesday challenging FIFA's decision to play the 2015 women's World Cup on artificial turf.

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  13. Sheriff's Office investigating stolen county vehicleRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Graham Leader

    Officials confirmed that a Young County facility was broken into and a county vehicle was stolen from precinct 2 late Monday evening. Young County Commissioner Matt Pruitt oversees that precinct, and said that the suspect apparently jumped a fence to the county yards in Eliasville.

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  14. Stephen Harper not helping himself by recycling Iraq War rhetoric: HebertRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | The Toronto Star

    If Prime Minister Stephen Harper's rationale for possibly signing Canada up for a combat role in the international military mission against Islamic State militants in the Middle East sounds familiar it is because it borrows heavily from the case he made at the time of the 2003 Iraq War. “We do not stand on the sidelines and watch.

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  15. Recounts declared in at least 4 ridingsRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | CBC News

    Recounts have been granted in at least four ridings so far - Saint John East, Saint John Harbour, Charlotte Campobello and Fredericton-Grand Lake. Recounts in at least four ridings have been granted, following problems with the tabulators used by Elections New Brunswick during the provincial election Sept.

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  16. Fast-forward to FallRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Ottawa Life

    Bright hues, chunky knits, sumptuous coats - fall 2014 is full of easy-to-wear pieces you're going to love. When it comes to colour, fall fashion is all about breaking free from traditional autumnal hues in favour of more unexpected ones.

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  17. NB Power files 10-year plan with Energy and Utilities BoardRead the original story

    Yesterday | Electric Energy Online

    NB Power's strategic, financial and capital investment plan for the next 10 years has been filed with the New Brunswick Energy and Utilities Board and is available online . The filing is in line with the annual requirements as set out in the Electricity Act and lays out the utility's financial and business goals for the next decade.

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  18. Men's Hockey season opens October 11 at Eastlink Centre against UNBRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | UPEI News

    New recruit Nick Parker from the Pictou County Crushers of the Maritime Hockey League is presented with his UPEI Panthers jersey from team captains Mason Wilgosh and Chris Desousa . The UPEI Men's Hockey Panthers' 201415 season includes an opening-night at the Eastlink Centre; 15 returning players and seven new recruits; games in all three PEI counties; partnering in a hockey doubleheader; and its annual Alumni Day.

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  19. Author Donald Gutstein reveals extent of Stephen Harper revolution in new book HarperismRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Georgia Straight

    Gutstein has spent the past 40 years tracking the rise of neoliberal ideology. Over lunch at Tangent CafA on Commercial Drive, the adjunct SFU communication professor says that after all these years, many people are confused about what this term means because it's rarely defined.

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  20. Rothesay mayor defends $1M road beautification projectRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CBC News

    The project, which involved installing medians with plants and trees down the centre of a one-kilometre stretch of Highway 100, known locally as Hampton Road, cost almost $1 million. Bishop says there is little the town can do about the signs, which tell motorists not to make u-turns around the medians.

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