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  1. Vancouver Public Library's Inspiration Lab bridges the digital divideRead the original story w/Photo

    36 min ago | Vancouver Sun

    Chief librarian Sandra Singh speaks as The Vancouver Public Library launches its new digital media hub - the Inspiration Lab - at the library s central branch downtown Vancouver on Tuesday, May 5. The Vancouver Public Library launched its new Inspiration Lab on Tuesday with a state-of-the-art media hub that will give Vancouver residents free access to a wide range of digital equipment, software, studios and training. The Innovation Centre is an inviting space for all Vancouverites, be they grandparents seeking to convert old family videos to a digital format or young people taking part in offerings such as a weeklong, video-game workshop hosted by Vancouver's Victory Square Games.

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  2. Shoal Lake 40 First Nation preparing emergency plan after its lifeline ferry is pulledRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | The Winnipeg Free Press

    Federal Aboriginal Affairs Minister Bernard Valcourt says the government hasn't been asked for any help from the Shoal Lake 40 First Nation. The First Nation declared a state of emergency last week after a federal inspection forced it to pull its ferry out of the water.

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  3. Mayor Don Iveson in Toronto and Ottawa to promote EdmontonRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | GlobalNews

    Mayor Don Iveson is visiting Toronto and Ottawa this week, working to enhance the reputation of Edmonton and promote economic development opportunities. He will be doing several media interviews, as well as participating in a panel discussion on the role of big cities at the University of Toronto.

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  4. Burlington HiVE, a shared co-working space - has recently movedRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | PR Log

    PRLog - May 5, 2015 - BURLINGTON, Ontario -- Local entrepreneur unites with leading property development and management company to stimulate economic growth The Burlington HiVE, a shared co-working space for a community of entrepreneurs, professionals and start-ups, has recently moved, in an expanded location, to 901 Guelph Line. The move was made possible as local entrepreneur Shaun Pennell joined forces with leading property development and management company, Emshih Developments Inc. www.burlingtonhive.com www.emshih.com The current members have voiced how happy they are with the bigger space and innovative atmosphere, and they recommend it for any business or entrepreneur that wants to work in a thriving business community.

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  5. Kings County art scene May 5Read the original story

    5 hrs ago | Nova News Now

    There is going to be another special Apple Blossom concert - in fact, a double bill with Gypsophilia and Ian Sherwood They will entertain on May 30. The 8 p.m. concert will take place at the Festival Theatre in Wolfville and is organized by the Deep Roots folks. Argentina's DamiA n SzifrA3n's feature is a collection of outrageously bizarre stories of revenge, each more shocking and hilarious than the last.

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  6. What the TTC's Spadina extension looks like right nowRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | BlogTO

    Every day more than 800 construction workers disappear underground to work on the six-stop, $2.63 billion extension of the Spadina line into York Region. Since 2009, the project has been hit by delays and complications.

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  7. Jays rally to beat Yankees on night hitting coach suspendedRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | The Globe and Mail

    Edwin Encarnacion #10 of the Toronto Blue Jays celebrates with Jose Bautista #19 after both runners scored a run in the eighth inning during MLB game action against the New York Yankees on May 4, 2015 at Rogers Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Edwin Encarnacion #10 of the Toronto Blue Jays celebrates with Jose Bautista #19 after both runners scored a run in the eighth inning during MLB game action against the New York Yankees on May 4, 2015 at Rogers Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

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  8. Winnipeg Jets owner Mark Chipman during the reveal of the Manitoba...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Winnipeg Free Press

    Winnipeg Jets owner Mark Chipman during the reveal of the Manitoba Moose as new name and logo for the Winnipeg Jets affiliate AHL team which is moving back to Winnipeg next season. Manitoba Opera might want to scrap the Marriage Of Figaro in favour of a new musical adaptation of Slapshot .

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  9. Trail Appliances cooks up a different approachRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Canada.com

    Blackcomb Mountain is the backdrop for this 5.24-acre estate. The home's exterior is constructed of of grey basalt stone and features a 40-foot entrance silo with a hand forged iron staircase.

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  10. Renovations at Bay latest evolution in Ottawa's shopping landscapeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Ottawa Citizen

    Ottawa shoppers have received a heavy dose of retail therapy over the past year with the opening of The Tanger Outlets, Nordstrom and the Bayshore Shopping Centre expansion, among other developments. We are renovating a handful of stores and we are working on the Rideau Centre.

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  11. The Phantom Listing Menace - Inventory and Prices on the Rise in EdmontonRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Edmonton Real Estate Blog

    Canadian Home and Mortgage Corporation released a report last week, focused on housing market risk factors such as overheating, acceleration in house prices, overvaluation, and overbuilding. They concluded that there is a low risk for all these factors in the Edmonton market.

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  12. Wife had restraining order against former Alberta justice ministerRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Globe and Mail

    Jonathan Denis stepped down as justice minister and attorney-general on April 25 at the request of Progressive Conservative Leader Jim Prentice. Jonathan Denis stepped down as justice minister and attorney-general on April 25 at the request of Progressive Conservative Leader Jim Prentice.

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  13. Return of Moose to Winnipeg 'a hockey decision': ChipmanRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | My Manitoba.com

    The American Hockey League and the Manitoba Moose are back in Winnipeg after a four-year hiatus in what is being labeled as a hockey decision for both the team and fans. Mark Chipman told reporters on Monday morning that the business of hockey is coming before the business of making money with the return of the Manitoba Moose to Winnipeg.

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  14. Calgary 'music mile' to highlight live venues in cityRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | CBC News

    The Rustic Brothers performing at the Ironwood in Inglewood, one of many live music venues in the city that could be included on the 'music mile.' That's the question the National Music Centre and others are asking after gathering on Sunday to contemplate whether to establish a "music mile" in Calgary.

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  15. Manitoba investing millions in Winnipeg road projectsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Journal of Commerce

    Driving through Winnipeg is about to get a whole lot smoother. This year, the Manitoba government will invest nearly $65 million to help pave the way for safer, smoother travel for families, commercial vehicles and tourists in Winnipeg, Premier Greg Selinger announced this month.

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  16. Airbnb-ing your home? Think twiceRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 3 | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    Airbnb may seem like a fast route to a quick buck for Canadians who own properties in popular travel destinations, but renting out a home to strangers can be perilous. A Calgary family learned that lesson the hard way last weekend, when their home was trashed amid a "drug-induced orgy" by hard-partying renters and deemed unlikely to be habitable for months due to biohazard concerns. 1 comment

  17. Executive always on the run, whether in Prada heels or New Balance trainersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Globe and Mail

    With a busy work life, executive and marathoner Alison Simpson puts in her training runs in Toronto at the crack of dawn - or earlier. With a busy work life, executive and marathoner Alison Simpson puts in her training runs in Toronto at the crack of dawn - or earlier.

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  18. Earthworm invasion: Study forecasts rise of worms in northern boreal forestRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Edmonton Journal

    He's playfully being hailed as Connor McJesus around Edmonton because the Oilers' prayers were answered when they won the National Hockey League draft lottery. The 18-year-old Erie Otters centre might just lead the Oilers to the Promised Land.

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  19. Quad rider found safe after 42 hours in the northern Alberta wildernessRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Edmonton Journal

    He's playfully being hailed as Connor McJesus around Edmonton because the Oilers' prayers were answered when they won the National Hockey League draft lottery. The 18-year-old Erie Otters centre might just lead the Oilers to the Promised Land.

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  20. Bigger roads mean more trafficRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Winnipeg Free Press

    As streets get expanded, traffic will increase to meet the new capacity. But city politicians must be more responsive to the needs of cyclists, pedestrians and public transit.

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