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  1. 4 Ways a change in CRTC Substitution Rules Will Affect CanadaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Coast Reporter

    A CRTC logo is shown in Montreal on September 10, 2012. Canadian TV viewers, perhaps as early as next year, will finally get to see those U.S. Super Bowl ads they've been clamouring to watch for years, but industry experts say the rule change by regulators could have ripple effects.

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  2. Super Bowl's MVP: Why avocado sales have soared in North AmericaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Toronto Star

    Avocados would like to thank their agent, God and most importantly, their beautiful wife Tortilla. Avocados are taking a bow.

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  3. 4 Ways a change in CRTC Substitution Rules Will Affect CanadaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Squamish Chief

    Canadian TV viewers, perhaps as early as next year, will finally get to see those U.S. Super Bowl ads they've been clamouring to watch for years, but industry experts say the rule change by regulators could have ripple effects. The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission said Thursday that it will officially ban the substitution of Canadian advertisements over American TV signals starting with the Super Bowl being played in 2017.

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  4. Property tax, utility rate increases for Port ElginRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 27 | Sackville Tribune-Post

    Residents and businesses will see their property taxes increase by four cents this year in the village of Port Elgin. The 2015 rate, set at 1.4081 for each $100 of assessed property value, is an increase of 0.1055 over the 2014 rate of 1.3026.

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  5. Older Canadians' timely access to health care ranked last by surveyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Globe and Mail

    More than 30 per cent of the older Canadian respondents to a survey said they had to wait six or more days to see a primary-care provider. More than 30 per cent of the older Canadian respondents to a survey said they had to wait six or more days to see a primary-care provider.

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  6. CAMRA: State of East Lancashire pubs called into questionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Lancashire Telegraph

    THE state of pubs in East Lancashire has been called into question following new figures published by the Campaign for Real Ale. Camra has revealed almost 30 pubs across the country are closing every week, a figure that is almost twice the number of closures in 2011.

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  7. Seymour Tales of the PastRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Benalla Ensign

    The facade of Perron's Assembly Hall is all that remains now in Emily St, but a lot less was left standing after a fire in 1882. Only luck saved the Seymour Assembly Hall and Land Office buildings in Emily St, according to the Seymour Express of February 10, 1882: pm on Sunday a destructive fire occurred in Emily St. It was first seen to break out in a shed in Mr Perron's yard, and although assistance was immediately on the ground, the flames soon had possession of the Assembly Hall.

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  8. Wait times for seniors to see doctor in Canada exceeds other countries: reportRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | CFRB

    A new report says Canadian seniors have longer waits to see a health provider when they need medical attention compared with older people in 10 other high-income countries. However, older Canadians say that when they do see their doctor the results are more positive for many aspects of their care.

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  9. The Prince of Wales arriving in Saudi Arabia on a previous tourRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Chelmsfordweeklynews.co.uk

    The Prince of Wales has been urged to raise "concerns over human rights" during his extensive Middle East tour next month by Amnesty International UK. Charles will visit a string of Gulf States during a six-day tour including Saudi Arabia and Qatar which have faced condemnation for alleged human rights abuses.

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  10. Two crashes on highway near MusquashRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Coast Guide

    Musquash firefighters responded to two Motor Vehicle Collisions on Highway 1 in the past 24 hours. The first was received at 6:55 pm Wednesday.

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  11. Winners crowned in Moosehead, Long Lake derbiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Bangor Daily News

    Real Pelletier of Madawaska poses with the winning landlocked salmon he caught while fishing in the 10th annual Long Lake Ice Fishing Derby last weekend. The fish weighed 5 pounds, 10.4 ounces.

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  12. Horizon to create 5 centres of expertise under 5-year planRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | CBC News

    The Horizon Health Network plans to create five new centres of expertise, resulting in more centralized clinical leadership, as one of four priorities outlined its five-year strategic plan, released on Thursday. John McGarry, the president and chief executive officer of the health authority, said in a statement, said the new centres will focus on aging and John McGarry, president and chief executive officer of the Horizon Health Network, says the five-year strategic plan will improve overall health care outcomes, increase recruitment, and drive research and innovation.

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  13. The New York Times Travel Show - What's New in Niche for 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Travel World News

    ... from Blount Small Ship Adventures . This 10 day, 9 night trip features highlights from Maine through New Brunswick, Canada. Prices start at $3,749 pp and there are four cruises scheduled for Summer 2015. The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course ...

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  14. Snow-blocked ambulance raises alarm about road clearingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | CBC News

    An ambulance couldn't get through a snowbank at the end of a street in Grand Tracadie-Sheila to access Robertson Brook Road, where Malcolm Betts' father waited for care late Tuesday evening. Malcolm Betts says he hates to think what might have happened if his father had a more severe health scare on Tuesday, such as a heart attack.

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  15. Moncton High School move delayed by blizzardRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | CBC News

    Moncton High School students now won't begin classes in their new school until Tuesday because of delays caused by the week's blizzard. Moncton High School students will have to wait a couple of extra days to move into their new building and begin their second semester.

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  16. Stanton Friedman is special guest at 2015 UFO CongressRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Examiner.com

    Stanton Friedman, a U.S. born nuclear physicist, UFO researcher and the original investigator of the Roswell UFO incident of 1947, who now resides in Fredericton, New Brunswick, will be the special guest at the 2015 International UFO Congress , which runs from February 18 to 22 at the Fort McDowell Resort & Casino in Scottsdale, Arizona. Friedman suffered a mild heart attack in June 2014 but is now in good health, according to friend and fellow UFO researcher Kathleen Marden .

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  17. Aroostook wildlife refuge exposes children to wonders of natureRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Bangor Daily News

    Timothy and Gregory McEndarfer, students in the HEART homeschool group, examine materials last August in the visitor center of the Aroostook National Wildlife Refuge in Limestone before they head out to the trails to apply what they learned in class sessions of the refuge's Bombs to Biodiversity program. Students in the HEART homeschool group -- Rebeccah McEndarfer of Woodland, and Allison Schwartz and Samantha Tourk, both of Caribou -- prepare for a hike in August at the Aroostook National Wildlife Refuge to apply concepts they learned in the Bombs to Biodiversity program.

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  18. Raising Tower Bridge AwarenessRead the original story

    Thursday | 72point Digital Hub

    A Londoner has launched a social media campaign to raise awareness of Tower Bridge after being outraged at the number of people incorrectly 'tagging' it as London Bridge. Charles Lawley , who describes himself as a comedy writer, QPR fan, husband and DILF, has been targeting Instagrammers that are incorrectly tagging Tower Bridge photos as London Bridge in a series of hilarious social media exchanges.

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  19. Leek and District Darts League round-upRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Your Leek Paper

    ASHCOMBE Park are in total control of Division One of the Leek and District Darts League, after defeating title rivals Dyers III. Dyers went 3-1 up, but sterling efforts from Schonau, Whitworth and Key pulled the visitors back from the jaws of defeat.

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  20. Next-of-kin invited to attend Afghanistan commemorative serviceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | York Press

    THE next-of-kin of three York servicemen who died in Afghanistan are set to be invited to a commemorative service to be held at St Paul's Cathedral. Prime Minister David Cameron announced in the House of Commons yesterday that the service to mark the end of Afghan combat operations will take place in the capital on March 13 and will be attended by The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall.

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