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  1. The story of Rob CarricoRead the original story

    Tuesday May 26 | Madison Publishing

    With snow on the mountains and everyone beginning to think and talk about skiing, I felt like this was an appropriate time to tell Rob Carrico's story. Just as we are now on the cusp of winter, Rob was on the cusp of skiing, living in Alta Lake just as Whistler began to be investigated as a potential area for a ski resort.

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  2. How do I get a visitor's visa?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 26 | The Gleaner

    I have a good friend in Canada and he is willing to sponsor me for a visit to Canada. I?m not working but he will pay for the ticket and I can stay at his place.

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  3. Italian masters drawings on view at Cantor Arts CenterRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 25 | PanArmenian Network

    PanARMENIAN.Net - Nearly 100 masterworks from the 15th through the 20th centuries - accompanied by new research and fresh insights - are on view at the Cantor Arts Center - in 500 Years of Italian Master Drawings from the Princeton University Art Museum, Patch reports. The exhibition, which is organized thematically, includes a markedly broad spectrum of works, ranging from the early Renaissance to early Modernism.

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  4. Where Marketing's Always in FashionRead the original story

    Monday May 25 | Response

    "Direct response is branding, but branding isn't the primary focus of such a campaign," says Richard Cohene, vice president of marketing for Beyond the Rack, an online private shopping club for women and men who want designer brand apparel and accessories at prices up to 80 percent off retail. "Every direct response campaign I run has a specific objective.

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  5. Outdoor Santa Claus parade to take place this winterRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 25 | Edmonton Journal

    Santa waves to children as he travels through the annual Jingle On Indoor Santa Claus Parade in downtown Edmonton on Dec. 1, 2013. An outdoor parade, Santa's Parade of Lights, will replace the indoor parade, which was cancelled after the 2013 edition.

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  6. B.C. Human Rights Tribunal to consider striking gender designation from birth certificatesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 25 | Canada.com

    While increased ferry fares have negatively impacted property values on some Gulf Islands, prospective buyers of these high-end retreats are not likely deterred by the cost of getting to these properties, whether by ferry, yacht or floatplane. The film industry is booming again with multiple movies being made in Vancouver.

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  7. Stephen Hume: Steep ferry fares mean hardships for families and businessesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 25 | Vancouver Sun

    While increased ferry fares have negatively impacted property values on some Gulf Islands, prospective buyers of these high-end retreats are not likely deterred by the cost of getting to these properties, whether by ferry, yacht or floatplane. The film industry is booming again with multiple movies being made in Vancouver. 1 comment

  8. Pete McMartin: To appreciate Vancouver, leave itRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 25 | Vancouver Sun

    While increased ferry fares have negatively impacted property values on some Gulf Islands, prospective buyers of these high-end retreats are not likely deterred by the cost of getting to these properties, whether by ferry, yacht or floatplane. The film industry is booming again with multiple movies being made in Vancouver.

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  9. Striking silverRead the original story

    Monday May 25 | Prince Albert Daily Herald

    Lorne Renouf turned his trip to the 2015 Racquetball Canada National tournament in Burnaby, B.C. into a family vacation. Lorne Renouf, left, received his silver medal from the men's 40 and older singles competition at the 2015 Racquetball Canada National tournament in Burnaby, B.C. from director of Racquetball Canada Adrian Webb.

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  10. The 2015 election: As seen on TVRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 25 | MacLeans

    Aaron Wherry on the last 48 hours in political ads and a new stage in the audio-visual battle ahead of October's actual vote Election campaigns don't so much begin or end anymore , but merely continue, periodically intensifying around the date of an actual vote. Thus, with fewer than five months between now and a new federal election, those advertising slots on television and radio not already claimed by the federal government to promote Canada's Economic Action Plana will likely soon be taken for expressly political appeals, the major parties with millions to spend and no pre-writ spending limits to restrict them.

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  11. WAMS High School Choir Students Travel to Quebec CityRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 25 | Patch.com

    Students in the Waterbury Arts Magnet School High School Choir traveled to Quebec City in Canada this weekend. They traveled by bus, leaving WAMS early Friday morning.

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  12. Carrie Anne Stephenson draws laughter from her cats and being singleRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 25 | The London Free Press

    "I'm London's funniest female," declared the 33-year-old London stand-up comic and event planner who is sharing the stage Tuesday with Toronto comic Susan Stewart at Gusto Food & Wine Bar in Wortley Village. It's a homecoming for Stephenson's Funny Females Comedy Tour, which also has stops planned in Kitchener and Sudbury and elsewhere.

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  13. Halal Food FestRead the original story

    Monday May 25 | BlogTO

    The GTA is home to 47 per cent of Canada's Muslim community*, which makes it a natural fit to host the upcoming Halal Food Fest 2015 on May 30-31 at The International Centre in Mississauga. The event, now in its third year, is the largest halal food festival in North America, with over 27,000 visitors in 2014 and even more expected this year from across the U.S. and Canada.

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  14. Air Miles promo gives Canadians 19,000 reasons to smileRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 25 | Marketing

    The loyalty card program recently launched the so-called " Smile Booth " as part of a new month-long promotion called the " Mega Miles Contest ," which invites cardholders - also known as "collectors" - to shop one of five offers at participating retailers including Sobeys, Metro and Rexall to receive 1,250 reward miles . In association with TrojanOne , the company has created five "Smile Booths" that will visit 57 partner locations in 22 cities throughout the year.

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  15. Air Canada begins clamp down in Toronto on passenger's carry-on baggageRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 25 | Vancouver Sun

    While increased ferry fares have negatively impacted property values on some Gulf Islands, prospective buyers of these high-end retreats are not likely deterred by the cost of getting to these properties, whether by ferry, yacht or floatplane. The film industry is booming again with multiple movies being made in Vancouver.

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  16. Working in Clark County: Tara Lee, estheticianRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 25 | The Columbian

    After trying freelance photography and working as a stay-at-home mom, Tara Lee found a niche in beauty using a technique which many think is new, but in fact is ancient: threading, a noninvasive way of removing facial hair. "Sometimes people think we're sewing on or adding hair.

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  17. Plan would redefine downtownRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 25 | The Winnipeg Free Press

    Adopting a new bike-and-pedestrian strategy will breathe new life into downtown and create a demand for commercial space. Most mid-sized North American cities have struggled to maintain a healthy downtown retail market.

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  18. Women become warriors to send B.C. kids to campRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 24 | Canada.com

    The film industry is booming again with multiple movies being made in Vancouver. The Sun was on the film set of the hyper-violent gangster epic "Darc" when they production was being shot in New Westminster.

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  19. New, expanded bus routes to provide 'reliable' overnight, weekend serviceRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 24 | The Toronto Star

    Changes to 61 TTC bus routes aim to give those travelling outside of rush hour more reliable service both downtown and across the suburbs. Those changes, detailed for the first time on Sunday as part of the $90-million investment already announced and budgeted earlier this year, could start rolling out as early as Sept.

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  20. Government scientists get permission to meet with union at workplaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 24 | Ottawa Citizen

    Demonstrators gather at Tunney's Pasture to protest constraints placed on the scientific community by the federal government . Representatives from the PIPSC, PSAC and CAPE spoke at the event.

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