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  1. Skyhawks repeat at REBRead the original story

    Tuesday | St. Albert Gazette

    The St. Albert Skyhawks delivered a strong message in Saturday's statement game as the first high school women's basketball team to repeat in the storied 33-year history of the REB Invitational. 'It says that we're going to come out and do business with the rest of the teams we play against,' announced Marinya Marcichiw, the tournament MVP, while clutching the championship trophy during the post-game celebration.

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  2. Talisman Energy, Spain's Repsol agree to $13-B takeover dealRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Telegram

    The total purchase price is US$13 billion - US$8.3 billion for Talisman stock plus the assumption of its debt. Talisman chief executive Hal Kvisle said Tuesday the Repsol deal is a "compelling opportunity" for a company that has faced a litany of challenges, from free-falling crude prices to its substantial debtload.

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  3. Burgerville spreads its wings at PDXRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Columbian

    It later evolved to a landmark restaurant at the corner of Main Street and McLoughlin Boulevard. Jacob's son, George, opened the first Burgerville USA restaurant in 1961, in Vancouver Heights.

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  4. A fun day at the rinkRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Coquitlam Now

    Coquitlam Express' Daniell Lange, left, and a Coquitlam minor hockey player listen to instructions from Express coach Barry Wolff. Photograph By Submitted A Coquitlam novice player fires the puck hard at the net during a shared practice with the Coquitlam Express on Monday.

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  5. UK Critic Giles Coren's Show 'Million Dollar Critic' Premieres Stateside in JanuaryRead the original story

    Tuesday | Eater

    Surly British critic Giles Coren , who files reviews for the London Times , embarked on a North American road trip earlier this year as part of a new series, Million Dollar Critic . And the show now has its official premiere date in the United States: According to a press release, the Million Dollar Critic will start airing on BBC America January 22 , 2015.

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  6. Wet weather coming to Maritimes late WednesdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 16 | CBC News

    The rain will begin in southwestern Nova Scotia on Wednesday afternoon, with a mixture of rain and snow in southwestern New Brunswick. Kalin Mitchell is the meteorologist on CBC News Nova Scotia, CBC News New Brunswick and CBC News Maritimes at 11. He can also be heard on various afternoon CBC Radio shows giving up-to-the-minute weather forecasts.

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  7. Why are our national archives being locked from public view?Read the original story

    Tuesday Dec 16 | MacLeans

    A statue sits at the entrance of a Library and Archives Canada building in Ottawa. Libraries and public archives have played a central role in the life and art of internationally celebrated novelist and poet Jane Urquhart.

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  8. My Digs: Christina RichardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 25, 2014 | Westender

    Quite honestly, that's how design should always be, but more often than not it doesn't turn out that way. I was super impressed when I entered the home of Christina Richards, who had worked with a close friend of mine - Rachel Harrison - to style the space when she and her family moved in.

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  9. The Spa: Jamaica and OttawaRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 7, 2014 | Xtra!

    It's that time of year again. The holidays are over and the rest of the winter stretches ahead of us, long and grey and almost certainly full of slush and freezing rain - or worse.

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  10. Toronto's real divide a struggle of north versus south: KeenanRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 16 | The Toronto Star

    Torontonians like to think of Yonge St., here pictured on a downtown stretch, as the dividing line in Toronto. But the real dividing line, one people are less likely to discuss, is Highway 401, which separates a largely low-income, immigrant population from the more affluent parts of the city.

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  11. Conservative MPs change the Reform Act into the 'Hope for Reform Act'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 16 | The Hill Times

    Conservative MPs last week had an historic, unprecedented chance to throw off their chains and empower themselves, all MPs and political party riding associations to represent voters. A House Committee was reviewing Bill C-586, known as the Reform Act, which takes away many party leader powers .

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  12. Renaissance Toronto Downtown Makes Holiday Meetings MemorableRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 16 | Market Wire

    The holiday season is officially here, and Renaissance Toronto Downtown Hotel is ringing it in with exclusive offers and events for meetings, groups and guests of the iconic Four Diamond rated hotel. Its expansive meeting facilities in the heart of downtown Toronto , combined with special offers like the season's Holiday Gift to You credit and Shopping Spree in Toronto make it an ideal destination for guests and groups this season.

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  13. Condor Airlines Is Increasing Frequency of Flights Between Baltimore and Frankfurt GermanyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 16 | Big News Network.com

    In addition to the current flight days of Monday and Thursday, which are scheduled from the end of June until the beginning of September 2015, Condor passengers will also be able to fly between Maryland and Frankfurt on Saturdays. Other new additions to Condor's upcoming summer schedule are Portland in Oregon and Providence in Rhode Island, both scheduled from the middle of June.

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  14. Moshe Safdie, Steven Holl Architects, Ehrlich Architects, and...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 16 | Archinect School Blog

    Marina Bay Sands in Singapore by Moshe Safdie, 2015 winner of the AIA Gold Medal. Photo by Someformofhuman via Wikipedia.

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  15. Vikram Vij Tops List of Indian Chefs in CanadaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 16 | India.com

    Toronto- Vikram Vij is now amongst the investor judges at the Dragons' Den, CBC TV weekly show, which is the Canadian version of the ABC's Shark. It is quite a coup for this Indian chef who came to Canada in 1994 and started his restaurant called 'Vij's' in Vancouver.

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  16. Holiday gift guide for the spa goddesses and foodies in your lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 16 | My Manitoba.com

    Are there still quite a few names to cross off that Christmas shopping list? Are you worried about having to brave the malls with their crowded shops, hundreds of grabby hands clawing at sales racks while your panic sets in? I tell you, the last week before Christmas is not for the faint of heart when it comes to shopping. But don't fret because we have you covered with this helpful little list that will uphold your status as the coolest gift-giver around, especially for those foodies and spa goddesses in your life.

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  17. Talisman Energy, Spain's Repsol agree to multibillion-dollar takeover dealRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 16 | Vancouver Sun

    Surrey RCMP is hoping someone will recognize three "persons of interest" in the stabbing of two Hells Angels associates inside a nightclub earlier this month. Sure, we all love home - Vancouver is pretty hard to beat, after all - but every once in a while, it's nice to get away, too.

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  18. Robin Williams, World Cup, iPhone 6 are top Google Canada searches of 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 16 | Vancouver Sun

    Surrey RCMP is hoping someone will recognize three "persons of interest" in the stabbing of two Hells Angels associates inside a nightclub earlier this month. Sure, we all love home - Vancouver is pretty hard to beat, after all - but every once in a while, it's nice to get away, too.

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  19. Former Calgary teacher loses bid to have Indonesian court throw out sex abuse caseRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 16 | Canada.com

    Vancouverites came out in their ugly Christmas sweaters and participated in a 5km run around the seawall in support of the Children's Wish Foundation Saturday. Sure, we all love home - Vancouver is pretty hard to beat, after all - but every once in a while, it's nice to get away, too.

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  20. Madely's Morning Minute - Dec. 16Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 16 | CFRA

    A gift certificate from Minerva Spa Evolution 90 George St Inside Rinaldos . Be their guest and Experience the Difference at Ottawa Newest Luxurious spa! for info go to Minervaspaonline.ca All of our winners this week will be entered to win : A Toronto art weekend getaway for 2 to see the Michelangelo: Quest for Genius exhibit at the Art Gallery of Ontario! You'll stay at One King West Hotel & Residence and travel in luxury and comfort on VIA Rail... A more human way to travel! 8:10 - Dr. Harry Atkins, part of Dr. John Bell's research team at the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute.

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