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  1. Low dollar, oil prices benefit, but not a silver bullet for newsprintRead the original story

    Tuesday | The Compass

    Gabriella Sabau, an economics professor at Grenfell Campus, Memorial University, said the Corner Brook mill should be able to export more profitably because of the devalued Canadian currency and incur lower production costs because of the dramatic drops in oil prices. She said there are other evolutions in the industry that give it more hope.

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  2. Community Calendar Nov. 26Read the original story

    Tuesday | People Sentinel

    Williston Christmas Parade The Town of Williston's Christmas Parade will be on Dec. 7 at 4 pm. on Main Street.

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  3. Sask. respondents favour security over civil libertiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Canada.com

    Saskatchewan residents are more inclined to support locking up homegrown terrorists and throwing away the key - or tossing them outside the country altogether - than giving federal grants to mosques that work on prevention. According to a new survey, 77 per cent of respondents here favoured indefinite imprisonment and 91 per cent deportation to address radicalization in Canada.

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  4. National Energy Board to ask Canadians for input on pipeline safetyRead the original story

    Tuesday | 680News

    Members of the National Energy Board will hit the road early in the new year to hear what Canadians have to say about pipeline safety. Chairman Peter Watson says board members and staff will visit every province and the North to hear from Canadians on how the board can improve its pipeline safety program.

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  5. CONGRATULATIONS: Dr Noel Burchell from UWE and Toby CarolanRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Dorsetecho.co.uk

    TWO young people from Dorset secured royal recognition at the Celebrate Success south west regional awards after turning their lives around with youth charity the Prince's Trust. As part of the ceremony held in Bristol, HRH the Prince of Wales sent a video message explaining the importance of the awards to the Prince's Trust and Celestine Walcott-Gordon, a finalist on BBC's The Voice, performed to award nominees.

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  6. Moose is off the menu at Stack BrewingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Northern Life

    Stack Brewing owner Shawn Mailloux says he has no plans to fight demands from Moosehead Breweries limited to change the names of two of their beers with the word "moose" in their titles. Instead Stack plans to rename both beers.

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  7. Influential George MahonRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Everton FC

    Return to the Timeline, and the journey through the Club's glorious history in our fully interactive tool. Click Here.

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  8. Luminato's Janice Price heads west as new president of The Banff CentreRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Globe and Mail

    Janice Price attends the Big Bang Bash & Luminato Festival and Yves Saint Laurent Opening Night Party, June 5, 2014. Janice Price attends the Big Bang Bash & Luminato Festival and Yves Saint Laurent Opening Night Party, June 5, 2014.

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  9. Peter Bryden gives new details to policeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | CBC News

    Fredericton police say they recovered several pieces of new evidence in the Peter Bryden investigation on the weekend after the Fredericton man was able to communicate as part of their investigation. Fredericton Police say Peter Bryden is now communicating with them about the injuries he sustained while walking home from the Harvest Jazz and Blues Festival in September.

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  10. Matthew Mackenzie Appointed General Manager for Algonquin Resort in St. Andrews, N.B.Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Hotel News Resource

    ... Four-Diamond designation, overlooks the picturesque Passamaquoddy Bay from St. Andrews-by-the Sea, New Brunswick, Canada. Originally opened in 1886 and meticulously renovated in 2014, the Algonquin's 233 guest rooms and suites reflect the hotel's ...

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  11. Circus actRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Dalhousie News

    If life is a circus, then Dawn Shepherd is a star performer. Effervescent and outgoing, the elite coach, circus director, artistic counsellor and public health worker seems to effortlessly juggle as many hats as she can body positions.

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  12. Saint John votes to publish pay ranges of employeesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | CBC News

    Saint John citizens will soon have access to a sunshine list that will show the pay ranges of all city staff earning more than $60,000. Coun.

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  13. FHS dress code won't change 'overnight,' David McTimoney saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | CBC News

    David McTimoney, the superintendent of the Anglophone West School District, met with students who are opposed to the dress code policy at Fredericton High School. The superintendent of the Anglophone West School district is promising to hold another meeting with the Fredericton Youth Feminists over the group's concerns with the Fredericton High School dress code policy.

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  14. Climate change isn't focus of NEB's Energy East hearings, CEO saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | CBC News

    Peter Watson, National Energy Board chair and CEO, is in Saint John to talk about how communities affected by the Energy East pipeline project can be heard. The chief executive officer of the National Energy Board assures New Brunswickers that the board will keep an eye on any environmental concerns raised by construction of the Energy East pipeline project, but says it is not the board's primary focus.

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  15. All special reportsRead the original story

    Jul 21, 2014 | The Guardian

    Premier Robert Ghiz caught many off guard when he hastilly called a press conference in Charlottetown on Nov. 13, 2014. At that press conference in the Province House lecture theatre, Ghiz announced his intention to retire as premier, leader of the Liberal Pary, and MLA for District 13: Charlottetown-Brighton.

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  16. NB Power asking for public's input on future of Mactaquac DamRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 27, 2010 | GlobalNews

    New Brunswick's energy utility has finalized three options for the future of the Mactaquac Dam and are now turning to the public for help in making the decision. It's aiming to make a decision on the dam's future by December, 2016.

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  17. Prince Charles 'intervened in school gym view row'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Scotsman.com

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. Prince Charles intervened in a row over a school gym being built that would have blocked a view of Ben Nevis.

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  18. Canadian Author Donates Prize Money To Fight Tar Sands Pipeline, Inspires Outpouring Of CashRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | ThinkProgress

    The North American anti-pipeline movement just received a significant injection of financial and psychological energy, and it started with a book award. On Sunday, 24-year-old Quebecois activist and author Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois donated a CA$25,000, or just over $22,000, literary prize to an anti-pipeline citizen's group.

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  19. Trevali Intersects 21 Metres of Massive Sulphide Mineralization in New Zones at Stratmat DepositRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Market Wire

    Trevali Mining Corporation provides an update of its Stratmat Zinc-Lead-Silver-Copper-Gold deposit in the Bathurst Mining Camp of New Brunswick, Canada where resource definition and expansion drilling continues to define new massive sulphide lenses outside of the 2009 resource estimate . The S-5 lens is the second new mineralized body to be identified by ongoing exploration work.

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  20. Manslaughter charge laid in death of Gavin Adams in Saint JohnRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | CBC News

    Charges including manslaughter and criminal negligence have been laid against a Saint John man in connection with the death of a teenager last December. The high school student's body was found Dec. 16 in a parking lot in Saint John's north end, after a two-day search.

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