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  1. Charles letters release work startsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Thetelegraphand Argus

    Downing Street has begun the "preparatory work" needed for the release of letters written by the Prince of Wales to government ministers following a decision by the Supreme Court to uphold a ruling which paved the way for their publication. A Number 10 spokeswoman, who was unable to give any timetable for disclosure of the letters, said that following the judgment by the UK's highest court "we will now need to undertake the preparatory work to determine how best to release the correspondence".

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  2. Moncton wants you to grab a shovel and start helpingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | CBC News

    Moncton is asking residents to lend a hand by picking up a shovel and digging out storm drains. With drains hidden under metres of snow in some places, the risk of flooding is rising with the temperature.

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  3. Fredericton motorists endangered firefighters, home, fire department saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | CBC News

    The Fredericton Fire Department says impatient motorists endangered the lives of firefighters and jeopardized a couple's home in Lincoln earlier this week. Crews responded to a garage fire on Lincoln Road Tuesday night and were linking several hoses together to reach the nearest hydrant, about 850 metres away, when dozens of motorists, anxious to get by, drove over the hoses.

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  4. Kevin D. McPheeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Bangor Daily News

    Kevin D. McPhee 57, passed away March 25, 2015. He was born May 20, 1957 at Harvey Station, N.B. Canada, the son of Percy J. and Eleanor McPhee.

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  5. Barbara June ElliottRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Bangor Daily News

    ... Alice of Millinocket, her sisters-in-law Margaret Ann Elliott of Ontario, Canada, Dorothy Wilson of New Brunswick, Canada, and Edith Doherty of Ontario, Canada. She is also survived by her three children, six grandchildren, and six great ...

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  6. Elizabeth Withey: Some books just call to youRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Edmonton Journal

    After almost six years and herculean efforts by a community of committed animal lovers, a Calico cat lost in eastern Ontario will soon be reunited with her Edmonton owner. "One little cat has brought everyone together," said Betty Jean Matthews, founder of Stuck in the Mud Animal Rescue, based in Belleville, Ont.

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  7. planners to hold month of input sessions for sections 35/34Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | New Berlin

    A month of public input and questions will be taken on what New Berlin planners say will be the final determination of how the largest tract of farmland left in the city east of Moorland Road should be developed. Known as section 35, it is bounded roughly by Grange and College avenues, Moorland and Sunny Slope roads.

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  8. N.B. students continue to lag in basic reading and writing skillsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | GlobalNews

    According to Statistics Canada, about 53 per cent of New Brunswickers are functionally illiterate. That means many people in the province can read street signs, write their own names, but have trouble with reading beyond that.

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  9. Spring drive for Friends in Need Food BankRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Maple Ridge News

    Brimming with donations after the Christmas season, the bare shelves and mountains of empty boxes are what stands out most as spring rolls around. As the food bank's supply rapidly dwindles, it is about to get a boost thanks to the Loblaw Spring Food Drive.

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  10. Feds should've consulted international law experts before...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Hill Times

    'Clearly what's going on here is that they've made a political decision and now they're trying to find, after the fact, some sort of legal justification that isn't there,' says University of P.E.I Professor Peter McKenna. 'It's illegal under international law, what the Canadian government is now contemplating.'

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  11. Joan Collins honored with damehoodRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | FOX16

    Joan Collins arrives for the Caudwell Children 'The Legends Ball' at Battersea Evolution on May 8, 2008 in London, England. The former Dynasty star was presented with the prestigious honour by British royal Charles, Prince Of Wales in recognition of her charity work.

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  12. Tranquility Tours says it will refund couple for cancelled tripRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | CBC News

    Sharon McDougall and her husband Brian say they've still not received a refund on the $5,390 they paid Tranquility Tours for a bus tour to Nashville that was subsequently cancelled. New Brunswick-headquartered Tranquility Tours says it's sending out a cheque to a New Waterford, N.S., couple who've been waiting six months for a refund on a cancelled bus tour to the United States.

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  13. Funny woman Nikki Payne playing Glasgow Square SaturdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The News

    Nikki Payne is leaving her grown-up suit at home and bringing the laughs to Pictou County when she takes the stage at Glasgow Square on Saturday. SUBMITTED Though she grew up in Sackville, N.S., it never felt like she had the Bluenoser experience, growing up in the suburbs, where "it doesn't look any different than anywhere else."

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  14. Beat the cold-weather blues with wines that are like spring in a glassRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Globe and Mail

    Can you smell spring in the air where you live? I finally can. The Everest of snow I had shovelled onto the front lawn from my driveway in winter has finally melted and the musky scent of damp leaves and grass is rising in its place.

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  15. Things To Do In London: Friday 27 March 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Londonist

    Sign up to our Londonist Daily email to get our articles sent straight to your inbox at 5pm. That's everything from ticket alerts to restaurant reviews, London news and insightful features.

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  16. ENTREVESTOR: N.B. online recruiters Qimple hit big timeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Chronicle Herald

    Yves Boudreau, CEO and co-founder of Moncton online recruitment company Qimple: 'I'm working on a bigger vision for us; they dream of $1-billion companies here.' Yves Boudreau is so thrilled to be participating in the San Francisco accelerator 500 Startups that his voice seems to glow with California sunshine.

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  17. Prince Charles secret letters to be made public: courtRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | ABC News

    Britain's top court has ruled that secret letters from Prince Charles to government ministries should be published, in a potential setback for the monarchy seen as a victory for media freedoms. "The supreme court dismisses the attorney general's appeal," read the ruling, after the government went to court to prevent the publication of secret letters believed to show Charles interfering in politics.

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  18. Cardiff Remembered: The pubs that put the city on the map more than 200 years agoRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | IcNetwork

    From the Bear to Three Salmons, our columnist takes a look back at some of the city's historic drinking holes And Sam Allen, in his Reminiscences, published by The Western Mail in 1918, had this to say: "That the town had too many public houses and that doing away with a large number of them has been to the advantage of the citizens in general." Many of these pubs carried the name of an animal or bird and these included The Bear , Black Bear , Black Lion Inn , Boar's Head , Cock , Cow and Snuffers, Fox and Hounds, Golden Lion, Greyhound , Horse and Groom , Lamb , Lamb and Flag, Porcupine, Red Cow , Red Lion , Ship and Dolphin , Swan , The Little Swan , White Horse and White Lion .

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  19. DOT storage dome collapses from snow loadRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | CBC News

    A Department of Transportation dome used to store road salt and sand collapsed earlier this week on the Kingston Peninsula, about a year before it was scheduled to be replaced. It will cost about $250,000 to replace the Department of Transportation's storage dome, officials said.

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  20. Joan Collins receives damehood from Prince CharlesRead the original story

    Thursday | Hampton Roads Daily Press

    Actress Joan Collins receives the honor of damehood from Britain's Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, during an investiture ceremony at Buckingham Palace on March 26, 2015. Actress Joan Collins receives the honor of damehood from Britain's Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, during an investiture ceremony at Buckingham Palace on March 26, 2015.

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