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  1. COLUMN: No better off a century laterRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Peace Arch News

    There is much heat over the plebiscite question, now before voters, which calls for their approval or rejection of a 0.5 per cent sales tax increase to fund specific transit projects. However, a statement made by a candidate in the upcoming federal election , is very succinct in summarizing the current transit situation in Surrey.


  2. Prime spot in central TorontoRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | The Standard

    Situated adjacent to iconic landmarks CN Tower and Rogers Centre, the residence is a master-planned community in a highly sought-after lakefront location, and presents buyers with a promising investment opportunity. Expected occupancy of Concord Pacific is in summer 2017.


  3. hunts the cheapest airfareRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 25 | The Georgia Straight

    It all started when Chris Myden stumbled upon an unbelievably cheap airfare from his hometown of Calgary to the Mediterranean island of Minorca, Spain-just $109 roundtrip, including tax. After snapping up a ticket, he told everybody he knew about the deal; while the low price was a "mistake fare" issued by the airline, it was honoured nonetheless.


  4. Avalanche's Iginla will face hometown OilersRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | LongmontFYI

    As a Calgary Flames winger from 1996 to 2013, Jarome Iginla came to Edmonton to face the Oilers as an opposing player in the heated Battle of Alberta rivalry.


  5. Opera company returns to OkotoksRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Western Wheel

    Calgary Concert Opera co-founders Chris Gieck and Barbara King are bringing Cosi fan tutte to the Okotoks United Church on March 29 at 2 p.m. The Calgary Concert Opera is portraying the story of two officers who test their fiances' faithfulness by disguising themselves and trying to seduce the other's woman as part of a wager. 'In today's world it's ridiculous to switch partners and to believe that they don't even know it's the sister's fiance that they are with now,' she Barbara King, Calgary Concert Opera's co-founder.


  6. Langley divers set to make splash in ReginaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Langley Advance

    The Langley-based Fraser Valley Diving Club is sending a large contingent of divers to the novice nationals in Regina next month. Kaya Kenyon, 11, is part of a large contingent of divers from the Fraser Valley Diving Club who are going to Regina for the Novice National Championships which run from April 25-26.


  7. Think buying a house here is tough? Vancouver is ridiculousRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    More than a few home buyers, especially the first-time ones, often return from a day of shopping in Seattle with as sense that they can never afford a house. A new report pretty much dumps cold water on the hope of Millenials to buy a detached, single-family home.


  8. Now, PM Modi to have Madison-style event in TorontoRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 |

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi will embark on a visit to France, Germany and Canada from April 9 which will be packed with high-intensity political, social and economic engagements besides a New York's Madison Square-like event in Toronto. Aimed at enhancing investments from these countries as well as technology sharing, Modi will hold talks with French President Francois Hollande, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper during his eight- day visit which was part of India's 'Link West' policy.


  9. Restoring some street credRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Waterloo Chronicle

    I'm one of those dads who figures why should the kids have all the fun during March Break, and books the week off to see if I can keep up with them. I took them to Toronto for three days and hit all the tourist traps to make sure there was no time for them to say they were bored.


  10. Top 10 things everybody loves about Victoria, British Columbia's capitalRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 |

    The lively art and museum scene includes the Victoria International Chalk Art Festival on Government Street, downtown in mid-September. Bring shade like this artist.


  11. Ellsworth Adhesives Exhibiting at EPTECH in Montreal and VancouverRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 18 | ThomasNet

    GERMANTOWN, WI Ellsworth Adhesives, a global distributor of adhesives, specialty chemicals and dispensing equipment, is pleased to announce that they will be exhibiting at multiple EPTECH shows in Montreal and Vancouver, Canada this year. EPTECH is the only series of electronics shows in Canada.


  12. Hurry hard to support a St. - SJohn's BrierRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | The Labradorian

    Twelve-time provincial curling champion Brad Gushue chats with legendary hockey broadcaster Bob Cole at a pep rally for the St.a SJohn's 2017 Tim Hortons Brier bid Tuesday in downtowna SSt.a SJohn's. Cole is lending his famous voice to some radio ads promoting the bid to bring the national men's curling championship back to St. John's for the first time since 1972.


  13. Spotlight: Young Artist Legacy Award ProgramRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | St. Albert Gazette

    Any aspiring St. Albert artists - from performers, visual artists, potters, musicians and writers - are eligible to apply for the Young Artist Legacy Award Program. Artists must be from 13 to 21. Individual applicants can apply for up to $500 and groups are eligible for up to $1,000.


  14. Tue31Read the original story

    Wednesday Mar 25 | The Winnipeg Free Press

    Painter and colorist, Patrick Sternon, presents a collection of acrylic and oil works predominated by the creation of images and pictorial spaces. He transgresses codes that are implied in the construction of images found in our visual culture.


  15. Yaletown Restaurant Announces Free Hockey Tickets at their Sports BarRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 25 |

    Vancouver, BC -- It's not enough to enjoy watching the game simply by getting the largest TV. The best viewing experience is the result of a combination of factors, and sports aficionados agree that Hurricane Grill has it all.


  16. Trip to Edmonton a sort of homecoming for Jarome IginlaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | Denver Post

    As a Calgary Flames winger from 1996 to 2013, Jarome Iginla came to Edmonton to face the Oilers as an opposing player in the heated Battle of Alberta rivalry. And even since he moved on to Pittsburgh, Boston and now Colorado, the emphasis has been on his two regular-season returns to Calgary, where he was a star for so long.


  17. Toronto is facing a ticking traffic time bomb. Is it too late to fix?Read the original story

    Tuesday Mar 24 | MacLeans

    Torontonians who are unconcerned about the impact of the Pan Am Games may not know one surprising fact about the competition Traffic congestion on the Gardiner Expressway in the Toronto area on Tuesday June 17, 2014. Vancouver is a city that got a lot right in its planning, as if its founders played Sim City by Jane Jacobs' rules.


  18. Long licensing process frustrates Sydney doctorRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | The Chronicle Herald

    Since being hired by the Cape Breton District Health Authority last December, Dr. Cyrus Salimi has been waiting to be licensed by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Nova Scotia. Fed up with the relentless pace of Toronto, Dr. Cyrus Salimi decided last December he would practise in Cape Breton.


  19. US envoy points to successes, beyond KXLRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | The Daily Townsman

    The U.S. ambassador to Canada concludes the first year of his posting acutely aware that a single irritant over an oil pipeline has grabbed so much of the attention in the Canada-U.S. relationship. "I have noticed that.


  20. Despite the leak and the hack, Bluesfest battles to deliver a diverse lineupRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 |

    Iggy Azalea performs at the Samsung Milk Music Lounge during the SXSW Music Festival on early Thursday morning, March 19, 2015 in Austin, Texas. Even when information is not leaked and websites aren't hacked, it isn't getting any easier to book a 10-day, multi-stage concert extravaganza that will please thousands of people of all ages.