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Williams Lake Tribune
Marin Patenaude to open for Sarah McLachlanalbum as emotional folk with rich instrumentation and sentient lyricism. In ea
Marin Patenaude to open for Sarah McLachlan
Williams Lake Tribune / Posted 3 days ago
album as emotional folk with rich instrumentation and sentient lyricism. In early March, Marin toured across Canada from B.C. to New Brunswick and back with Loewen and his musical project The Crackling. They performed at 17 house shows and four... Read more
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Kelowna Capital News
DeHart: Everything your need for woodworking, the gardenSilver medal winners are Dale Blumhagen (automotive service), Curtis Koepke (re
DeHart: Everything your need for woodworking, the garden
Kelowna Capital News / Posted 3 days ago
Silver medal winners are Dale Blumhagen (automotive service), Curtis Koepke (refrigeration), Sarah Maw (culinary arts) and Lukas Pfob (carpentry). Bronze medal winners are Hugo Beaumier-Martin (automotive service), Andrew Kennedy... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Singer, actor Don Francks was a fountain of endless creativityWhen someone asked Don Francks what he did for a living, he replied, “Well, fir
Singer, actor Don Francks was a fountain of endless creativity
The Globe and Mail / Posted 14 days ago
When someone asked Don Francks what he did for a living, he replied, “Well, first of all I try to be a good human being.” Then he listed various jobs, including carpenter, sign painter, foundry worker, merchant sailor and motorcycle rider. Most... Read more
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Brandon Sun
First Draughtweek, I found an IPA that’s fresh enough that I just have to feature it! Fat Tu
First Draught
Brandon Sun / Posted 14 days ago
week, I found an IPA that’s fresh enough that I just have to feature it! Fat Tug IPA, from Driftwood Brewing in Victoria, B.C., was highly regarded by my hop snob buddies in Vancouver as being THE top IPA in all of Canada back in 2012. So, of... Read more
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Calgary Sun
UFC Fight Night will bring summer heat to Ottawa— they politely praised each other at a news conference on Monday — they’ve def
UFC Fight Night will bring summer heat to Ottawa
Calgary Sun / Posted 18 days ago
— they politely praised each other at a news conference on Monday — they’ve definitely matured into two of mixed martial arts’ most dangerous warriors. Two small-town kids — one, MacDonald, the welterweight division’s No. 1 contender who is from... Read more
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Brandon Sun
First Draughtweek, I found an IPA that’s fresh enough that I just have to feature it! Fat Tu
First Draught
Brandon Sun / Posted 21 days ago
week, I found an IPA that’s fresh enough that I just have to feature it! Fat Tug IPA, from Driftwood Brewing in Victoria, B.C., was highly regarded by my hop snob buddies in Vancouver as being THE top IPA in all of Canada back in 2012. So, of... Read more
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The Brown Daily Herald
With GELT grants, students learn by immersionIn just a few weeks, 12 students will be standing in the middle of a Greek colo
With GELT grants, students learn by immersion
The Brown Daily Herald / Posted 21 days ago
In just a few weeks, 12 students will be standing in the middle of a Greek colonial site — Empúries — founded in 575 B.C. in Spain, where they will examine artifacts as part of their fieldwork, said Peter Van Dommelen, professor of archaeology and... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Obama visit can only help Cubaa sitting American president in almost 90 years, will hopefully go a long way i
Obama visit can only help Cuba
Sarnia Observer / Posted 1 months ago
a sitting American president in almost 90 years, will hopefully go a long way in helping improve the lives of Cuban people living on the tiny island less than 90 miles south of Key West, Florida. Having visited Cuba more than a dozen times over... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Obama visit can only help Cubaa sitting American president in almost 90 years, will hopefully go a long way i
Obama visit can only help Cuba
Chatham Daily News / Posted 1 months ago
a sitting American president in almost 90 years, will hopefully go a long way in helping improve the lives of Cuban people living on the tiny island less than 90 miles south of Key West, Florida. Having visited Cuba more than a dozen times over... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Nick Bantock on the end of Griffin and Sabine's epic correspondencetheir mail. Author Nick Bantock, best known for his series of Griffin and Sabi
Nick Bantock on the end of Griffin and Sabine's epic correspondence
The Globe and Mail / Posted 1 months ago
their mail. Author Nick Bantock, best known for his series of Griffin and Sabine books, is photographed in his Victoria, B.C., studio on March 16. (Chad Hipolito for The Globe and Mail) “Somebody asked me, the other day, to write down what the... Read more

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