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  1. Storm headed this way SaturdayRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 22 | Nova News Now

    Environment Canada is forecasting a storm over Nova Scotia late in the day and it could include snow and rain going into Sunday. Environment Canada issued a special weather alert today and below is the most up to date version published at 3:34 p.m.: "A low pressure system is forecast to develop off the American Eastern Seaboard on Saturday and track towards the Maritimes during the day.


  2. Winnipeg artists build boat-shaped gallery on river ice at The ForksRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | GlobalNews

    This city's love/hate affair with winter is warming up with a temporary art gallery on river ice at The Forks. The artists that form the Chris and Kine collective have built a history-inspired gallery on an ice surface that already boasts a restaurant, skating path and a collection of warming huts designed by world-renowned architects.


  3. WestJet regional serviceRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 22 | Cape Breton Post

    It's welcome news that WestJet will start its new daily year-round service between Sydney and Halifax on July 15. And just as welcome is the price. A one-way ticket for WestJet's so-called Encore service will cost $119.60, including all fees and taxes.


  4. Union Pacific Beats Estimates as Economy Bolsters FeightRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 22 | Bloomberg

    Union Pacific Corp. gained the most in more than two years after quarterly profit topped analysts' estimates on higher cargo shipments. Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. also climbed after posting earnings that beat expectations.


  5. UWinnipeg joins CowardFest with rarely-performed comedyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | My

    Semi-Monde , NoA l Coward's rarely-produced comedy of bad manners, will be the University of Winnipeg's entry in CowardFest, the 2015 Master Playwright's Festival presented by the Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre. Directed by Arne MacPherson and featuring students of the third-year honours acting class, the show runs from Feb. 10-14 at the UWinnipeg Asper Centre for Theatre and Film.


  6. Edmonton International Airport announces outlet mega-mall expansion and air-cargo facilityRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | Edmonton Journal

    Alberta Premier Jim Prentice was at the Edmonton International Airport to praise two new developments worth $225 million in investment and 1,000 jobs. One is the already announced Outlet Collection at EIA and the other is the new Rosenau Transport facility at EIA.


  7. Fairmont Infographic - Details that makes the differenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | Hospitality Net

    FRHI Hotels & Resorts Canadian Pacific Tower - 100 Wellington Street West - Suite 1600 Toronto, ON M5K 1B7 Canada Phone: 874-2600 Fax: 874-2601 Visit Website ) have produced an infographic that gives an insight into the remarkable everyday life of Savoy's Head Butler, Sean Davoren . The infographic reveals that a butler's role in creating the perfect stay for hotel guests requires excellent problem-solving skills and a great eye for detail.


  8. mStoner Releases First Guide to Social Media for University Presidents and Their AdvisersRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 22 | PRWeb

    This ground-breaking book offers many tips, examples, and even worksheets to make a higher education president's social media presence much more powerful, effective, and strategic. Zaiontz provides great insights and tips for people who work with presidents -- PR people, marketers, assistants and others -- to help them be more effective strategic advisers to their institution's leader.


  9. Indian MS researchers disassociate from Winnipeg companyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | CBC News

    Surjo Banerjee, director of Genesis Ltd., says he's in 'favour of this disassociation with Regenetek Research in Canada immediately, until or unless the allegations against Dr. Doug Broeska and/or Regenetek are proven false.' An Indian medical group doing experimental stem cell therapy with multiple sclerosis patients is cutting ties with a Winnipeg man and his company, Regenetek Research, saying it's concerned about questions of his credibility and research methodology.


  10. BMX community rallying to support Whistler parkRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | Pique News Magazine

    Board members at both the Pemberton and Squamish tracks said the construction of the new track will be a boon for the local biking community, and pledged to help get the track on top of the old landfill at Bayly Park operational. At a meeting at the Whistler Public Library on Jan. 15, track director Brian Finestone explained in the best-case scenario, the track could be open for riding in July with the goal of being sanctioned for racing by the British Columbia Day long weekend in August.


  11. Express defeat short-staffed RainmenRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 | The Chronicle Herald

    With just 10 men at their disposal, the Rainmen were blown out 95-68 by the Windsor Express in the Colosseum Theatre in the Caesar's Windsor Casino, representing a season-low offensive output for Halifax. The Rainmen played relatively well in the first quarter, briefly holding the lead.


  12. Toronto's PATH tough to follow: Underground passages keep you warm...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 | National Post

    The ground beneath Toronto's downtown exists less as public thoroughfare than feudal tangle. It's a mostly private, partly public network that swallows tourists, spins them around and spits them back above ground, disoriented and upset.


  13. When does it pay to outsource your production?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 | The Globe and Mail

    Before you go offshore, you should determine what truly sets your business apart and let manufacturing evolve from that Before you go offshore, you should determine what truly sets your business apart and let manufacturing evolve from that Jeff Zamluk was just 16 when he started building skimboards in his dad's workshop and selling them. Unexpectedly, his Victoria-based small business took off.


  14. RRC asks police to investigate allegations of marble in former president's homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 | The Winnipeg Free Press

    It's been alleged that surplus marble from a college project was installed in the home of Red River College's former president. Red River College has contacted the Winnipeg Police Service regarding an incident involving a former president and marble countertops that ended up in her former Wellington Crescent home.


  15. BODNAR - Shelly LynnRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 | Yorkton This Week & Enterprise

    Shelly Lynn Bodnar was born October 14, 1968 at Winnipeg General Hospital; a beautiful baby girl for Eleanor and Walter Kohuch. She attended Winnipeg Elementary School and then River Heights Junior School.


  16. New airport outlet mall and cargo centre brings $225M investmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 | CBC News

    The proposed shopping outlet will have 415,000 square feet of retail space, and will carry up to 100 brands. The Edmonton International Airport plans to expand its proposed retail outlet centre and build a new shipping facility to boost cargo transport.


  17. Cuts to Canada's interest rates shocks financial world, sends loonie plungingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 | Vancouver Sun

    Vancouver is the second most unaffordable housing market in the world after Hong Kong, according the annual Demographia International Housing Affordability Survey. The Bank of Canada shocked the financial world Wednesday by cutting interest rates for the first time in more than four years, sending the loonie plunging.


  18. McILVEEN: Low loonie, shipbuilding to boost N.S. economyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 | The Chronicle Herald

    Workers await news from Ottawa in 2011 that Irving Shipyard has been awarded a $25 billion contract to build new naval combat ships. Hiring for part of the deal, a $3.5-billion contract for Arctic supply ships, is anticipated soon with shipbuilding to start in September.


  19. Who will lead the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra if Bill Eddins leaves?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 | Edmonton Journal

    When I started writing for the Journal in 2012, one of the publicity staff at the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra told me that their music director Bill Eddins was "leaving next year." He's still here.


  20. Via Rail Canada Is 'All Aboard' for 2015 Road Hockey to Conquer CancerRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 21 | Newswise

    The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation's world-leading Road Hockey to Conquer Cancer event is very excited to announce a partnership with VIA Rail Canada that will help expedite the growth of the Toronto-based fundraising event in 2015, its fifth year. Through the four events to date, Road Hockey to Conquer Cancer has raised over $9 million for Personalized Cancer Medicine at the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre.