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MCC Centre opens on Gladys Avenue
For shoppers looking for a good deal or an interesting thrift item in Abbotsford, many turn to the MCC Thrift Stores. Yet the Mennonite Central Committee does a great deal more than find new homes for...
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W. Ross Macdonald School shows off new residence
A new student residence at the W. Ross Macdonald School is one of the most advanced facilities for blind students in North America. The three-storey building, which connects two older buildings...
Read more at The Brantford Expositor
Manchester celebrates news that its ‘Berlin Wall’...
Days after Germans marked 25 years since the fall of the Berlin Wall, Mancunians are celebrating the news that their own small version of the hated monstrosity will soon disappear from sight in the...
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Jobless, Ex-Cons Get Chance To Become Chefs
A Science Park-based training center has a new mission: turning unemployed and underemployed New Haveners into chefs and prep cooks, then placing them in jobs. That is the latest addition to the...
Read more at New Haven Independent
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New cafe’s sweet smell of success
GEORGE Street is now waking up to the sweet smells of a new cafe after Sweet Caramel opened its doors to become the latest eatery to enter the local market. Owners Marisa Bonucci and her sister Pom...
Read more at Western Advocate
Carmel Ruggeri returns with a new cafe in her muc...
Almost everyone in the inner west knows the charming and friendly restaurateur Carmel Ruggeri. Her Sicilian roots take over the moment she spots you in her home suburb of Five Dock, greeting you with...
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Second Cup posts $26.3 million Q3 loss, outlines ...
TORONTO - Second Cup Ltd. (TSX:SCU) had a $26.2 million loss in the third quarter, as the embattled specialty coffee company booked provisions for cafe closures and the impairment of its asset...
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Salvos cafe The Foundery perks up Port Kembla
Salvation Army officer Paul Kurth at the Foundery in Wentworth Street. Pictures: ADAM McLEAN Port Kembla Salvos is operating a new cafe that is offering the long-term unemployed a ‘‘hand-up’’ instead...
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Copper bistro will create 15 jobs in Mapperley
FIFTEEN new jobs will be up for grabs with the opening of a new cafe bar in Mapperley. Copper is set to make a mark at the former premises of Capers bar and bistro, which closed three weeks ago. The...
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Cornwall Park cafe destroyed before open
A new cafe in one of Auckland's most popular parks has been gutted by fire days before opening. The Cornwall Park Trust Board says the Cornwall Park Cafe has been extensively damaged by a fire about...
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