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  1. Edmonton seeks cash for wetlands in new provincial policyRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 20 | Edmonton Journal

    Wearing a pair of antlers and a sweater with the words "Pet Me" sewn on each side, Kane makes rounds through the departure lounge at Edmonton International Airport. Stubby tail wagging, the six-year-old Doberman licks one wide-eyed baby on the cheek, then plants a kiss on the chin of a teen as she kneels to hug him.


  2. Airfare sky high in CanadaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 20 | CBC News

    Compared to Israel and the United States, Canada has the most expensive flights that travel within the country. As a regular visitor to family and friends living in different parts of the country, and especially during the holiday seasons, I'm unhappily surprised by the high cost of air travel in Canada.


  3. Canada commits $200 million to development of next generation of Seasparrow missileRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 20 |

    The Rolls-Royce Phantom Pinnacle Travel Collection is limited to just 15 cars. Vancouver is recipient of 1 of 2 Rolls-Royce sent to North America.


  4. Ice storm: One year later, city applies for funding, unveils slew of changesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 20 | The Toronto Star

    Olembe Wickham navigates a fallen power line in front of his Oak Park Ave. home during the Toronto ice storm on Dec. 22, 2013. One year after layers of ice brought down trees around the GTA and left hundreds of thousands of people without power, the City of Toronto has applied for $64.2-million in funding from the province and announced a slew of changes to better handle natural disasters in the future.


  5. Skyhawks repeat at REBRead the original story

    Friday Dec 19 | 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.


  6. City and suburbs: 65 years of unity and divisionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 19 | The Toronto Star

    In 1950, Mrs. R.P. Halls lived on a muddy, unpaved street serviced by septic tanks and looked longingly at the houses a few streets over in Toronto, where roads were paved and bathrooms were connected to a sewer system. She lived on Glenavy Ave., near Mount Pleasant cemetery, in the landlocked township of North York.


  7. Canada cuts Dal Colle, three others for final 22-man rosterRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 19 | SLAM! Sports

    Michael Dal Colle of Team Canada looks for a pass against Team Russia during a pre-tournament exhibition game ahead of the IIHF World Junior Hockey Championships at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto on Friday December 19, 2014. The same was true for Red Deer Rebels defenceman Haydn Fleury who, like those other three aforementioned players, received the devastating news late Friday night that they'd been cut.


  8. Early Results From Quebec: Dan Once Again Edges BizierRead the original story

    Friday Dec 19 | Boxing Scene

    Jo Jo Dan climbed off the canvas to score a repeat win over Kevin Bizier in their 12-round welterweight eliminator Friday evening at Colisee de Quebec in Quebec City, Canada. The bout served as the chief support to World light heavyweight king Adonis Stevenson in a title defense versus Dmitry Sukhotsky.


  9. Greyhounds struggle in final pre-Christmas gameRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 19 | SooToday

    The Greyhounds dropped a 5-1 decision to the Kitchener Rangers at the Memorial Auditorium in Kitchener on Friday night in their final Ontario Hockey League game before Christmas. After opening up a 1-0 lead through one period, the Rangers scored three times in the second period to break the game open.


  10. Electric car owners get a charge at Edmonton shopping centreRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 19 | Edmonton Journal

    The two chargers, unveiled Dec. 19 on the south parkade second level, will be free and allow shoppers to keep their car's battery full while they shop. "I think the primary driver is that it's the right thing to do, from both an environmental perspective as well as a customer-service perspective," said Julia Dow, property manager at Southgate.


  11. Guide to New Year's fun in WinnipegRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 19 | My

    Party people in the house, get those bottles of champagne ready - or perhaps cava , because you can't beat that value for a nice dry glass of bubbles - because Peg City is about to go off. Whether you are looking for the city's biggest party, a set-course dinner at a swanky establishment, or simply a place to take the young ones, Mister Peg has you covered with these hip-happenings going on in our city.


  12. Tory government using publicity agency to create, distribute newsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 19 | The Toronto Star

    A video about the Nutrition North program available for use on the News Canada website states it has increased access to fresh foods in remote areas, leading grocery retailers to reduce prices. But the auditor general said the Aboriginal Affairs department doesn 't know whether that's true.


  13. Golf helps drive island's economyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 19 | The Chronicle Herald

    The beauty of Cape Breton's Inverness County keeps tourists coming back, and the addition of the much-lauded Cabot Links is also spurring tourism and development. The sunset coast of Cape Breton is enjoying increasing tourist visits thanks to North America's only true links golf course.


  14. Top 5 things to do in BurnabyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 19 | Burnaby Now

    Take the kids to Heritage Christmas at the Burnaby Village Museum. Entrance is free, and there are tons of fun things to do for the whole family.


  15. Balsillie behind efforts to display Erebus bell to publicRead the original story

    Friday Dec 19 | MacLeans

    A 3D replica of the first artifact recovered from HMS Erebus is going on display - and credit goes to BlackBerry's billionaire former co-CEO Holiday visitors to Toronto's Royal Ontario Museum can thank Jim Balsillie, the billionaire former co-CEO of BlackBerry, for the opportunity to view the first artifact recovered from HMS Erebus, the Victorian-era warship that went missing in the High Arctic 160 years ago. The ship's brass bell, recovered by Parks Canada divers shortly after Erebus was discovered in September, is currently undergoing painstaking restoration work in Ottawa-a process that will take several months, if not years.


  16. Radisson Adds Four Hotels In DecemberRead the original story

    Friday Dec 19 | Hotel Interactive

    Radisson , one of the best-recognized hotel brands, today announced the signing of four hotels in North America; Radisson Hotel Farmington Hills, Radisson Hotel High Point, Radisson Hotel Red Deer, and Radisson Hotel Charlotte Airport South. "We are pleased to announce four signings for the brand in December, these additions to the portfolio reinforce our commitment to expand in key markets in North America," said Javier Rosenberg, chief operating officer, Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group, Americas.


  17. Sharks defenseman Mueller will play for Switzerland in WJCRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 19 | Contra Costa Times

    Sharks defenseman Mirco Mueller will represent Switzerland in the upcoming World Junior Championships later this month in Toronto and Montreal. General manager Doug Wilson said Friday that the team believes the 19-year-old rookie will benefit from the international competition.


  18. Top 10 deals on ski trips for this winter seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 5 | Canada Online Explorer

    It's winter, which means it's time to hit the ski slopes! Ski resorts across Canada and the U.S. are offering a number of vacation packages and deals just in time for your ski holiday. We count down the top 10 ski deals for the 2014- 2015 season in our photo gallery.


  19. Stevenson wants Kovalev clashRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 19 | Ananova

    But Stevenson has been unable to avoid questions about a future fight with fellow champion Kovalev, who holds the WBA, IBF and WBO titles after his impressive points win over ring legend Bernard Hopkins. Kovalev has accused Stevenson of avoiding him but the Canada-based Haitian says he is willing to face his rival in 2015.


  20. The accidental journalist: Wab Kinew emerges as contender for Q hostRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 19 | Globe and Mail

    Q guest host Wab Kinew impressed listeners with his winning pitch for Joseph Boyden's novel The Orenda on Canada Reads last year.The Orenda on Canada Reads. Q guest host Wab Kinew impressed listeners with his winning pitch for Joseph Boyden's novel The Orenda on Canada Reads last year.The Orenda on Canada Reads.