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The Sault Star
Elle is perfect role for PorcelloTaylor Porcello didn't have to wait long for a role of a lifetime. The stage v
Elle is perfect role for Porcello
The Sault Star / Posted yesterday
Taylor Porcello didn't have to wait long for a role of a lifetime. The stage version of Legally Blonde, based on the 2001 film starring Reese Witherspoon, is one of Porcello's favourite musicals. She nabbed the lead role of Elle Woods, college... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
Forum champions income guarantee planPoverty is a devastating and costly problem in Niagara. Its effects are legion
Forum champions income guarantee plan
St. Catharines Standard / Posted yesterday
Poverty is a devastating and costly problem in Niagara. Its effects are legion— from crimes of necessity, to poor health, homelessness, mental illness, isolation from society and family disruption. At a Saturday Niagara Social Justice Forum held at... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
Forum champions income guarantee planPoverty is a devastating and costly problem in Niagara. Its effects are legion
Forum champions income guarantee plan
Niagara Falls Review / Posted yesterday
Poverty is a devastating and costly problem in Niagara. Its effects are legion— from crimes of necessity, to poor health, homelessness, mental illness, isolation from society and family disruption. At a Saturday Niagara Social Justice Forum held at... Read more
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Welland Tribune
Forum champions income guarantee planPoverty is a devastating and costly problem in Niagara. Its effects are legion
Forum champions income guarantee plan
Welland Tribune / Posted yesterday
Poverty is a devastating and costly problem in Niagara. Its effects are legion— from crimes of necessity, to poor health, homelessness, mental illness, isolation from society and family disruption. At a Saturday Niagara Social Justice Forum held at... Read more
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Reuters
China charges Canadian with spying, stealing state secretsA boy looks up as he walks past the closed coffee shop owned by Canadian couple
China charges Canadian with spying, stealing state secrets
Reuters / Posted 9 days ago
A boy looks up as he walks past the closed coffee shop owned by Canadian couple Kevin Garratt and Julia Dawn Garratt in Dandong, Liaoning province, August 5, 2014. TORONTO Canada said on Thursday it was monitoring developments closely after China... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
China charges Canadian with spying, stealing state secretsTORONTO: Canada said on Thursday it was concerned and monitoring developments c
China charges Canadian with spying, stealing state secrets
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 9 days ago
TORONTO: Canada said on Thursday it was concerned and monitoring developments closely after China indicted a Canadian citizen detained since 2014 on charges of spying and stealing state secrets. Kevin Garratt was detained in August 2014 near China's... Read more
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Japan Today
China charges Canadian with spying, stealing state secrets ‹ Japan TodayCanada said on Thursday it was concerned and monitoring developments closely af
China charges Canadian with spying, stealing state secrets ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted 9 days ago
Canada said on Thursday it was concerned and monitoring developments closely after China indicted a Canadian citizen detained since 2014 on charges of spying and stealing state secrets. Kevin Garratt was detained in August 2014 near China’s... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
China charges Canadian with spying, stealing state secretsTORONTO: The Canadian government said on Thursday it was concerned and monitori
China charges Canadian with spying, stealing state secrets
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 9 days ago
TORONTO: The Canadian government said on Thursday it was concerned and monitoring developments closely after China indicted a Canadian citizen detained since 2014 on charges of spying and stealing state secrets. Kevin Garratt was detained in August... Read more
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The Scientist
Lizard Secretes HeatWIKIMEDIA, BJORN CHRISTIAN TORRISONThe Argentine black and white tegu (Salvator
Lizard Secretes Heat
The Scientist / Posted 12 days ago
WIKIMEDIA, BJORN CHRISTIAN TORRISONThe Argentine black and white tegu (Salvator merianae) is unique among its reptilian kin, according to researchers who recently confirmed that the lizard can regulate its body temperature, in some seasons raising it... Read more
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Daily Mail
Cold-blooded lizard raises its body temperature when looking for loveNow THAT is a hot flush! Cold-blooded tegu lizard increases its own body temper
Cold-blooded lizard raises its body temperature when looking for love
Daily Mail / Posted 13 days ago
Now THAT is a hot flush! Cold-blooded tegu lizard increases its own body temperature when looking for love Tegu lizards warm themselves for most of the year by basking in the sun During the mating season they raise their body temperature by 18°F... Read more
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The Tyee
China Kidnappings in Spotlight as Canada Mulls New Trade DealDemonstrators hold portraits of five missing booksellers. Photo by Tyrone Siu,
China Kidnappings in Spotlight as Canada Mulls New Trade Deal
The Tyee / Posted 15 days ago
Demonstrators hold portraits of five missing booksellers. Photo by Tyrone Siu, Reuters Media Express. High-profile kidnappings and arrests now dominating debate in China have a Canadian rights organization saying Ottawa should step back and rethink... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Coaches confident that more gender barriers will fall in the futureAs gender barriers are starting to fall in the pro coaching ranks, some in the
Coaches confident that more gender barriers will fall in the future
The Globe and Mail / Posted 16 days ago
As gender barriers are starting to fall in the pro coaching ranks, some in the Canadian sport community say there is a bigger issue at play — getting women to consider coaching at all. “The go-to answer is the environment is not welcoming and it’s... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Coaches confident that more gender barriers will fall in the futureAs gender barriers are starting to fall in the pro coaching ranks, some in the
Coaches confident that more gender barriers will fall in the future
Brandon Sun / Posted 16 days ago
As gender barriers are starting to fall in the pro coaching ranks, some in the Canadian sport community say there is a bigger issue at play — getting women to consider coaching at all. "The go-to answer is the environment is not welcoming and it's... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Canada, Taiwan reach economic ‘arrangement’ despite Chinese efforts to bar closer tiesCanada and Taiwan have signed a new economic deal on the eve of an election exp
Canada, Taiwan reach economic ‘arrangement’ despite Chinese efforts to bar closer ties
The Globe and Mail / Posted 23 days ago
Canada and Taiwan have signed a new economic deal on the eve of an election expected to bring a new party into power in Taiwan. The avoidance of double taxation arrangement, 16 years in the making, is a basic economic agreement that brings Canada a... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Trudeau’s dance with the dragon: China must give as much as it takesCharles Burton is an associate professor of political science at Brock Universi
Trudeau’s dance with the dragon: China must give as much as it takes
The Globe and Mail / Posted 23 days ago
Charles Burton is an associate professor of political science at Brock University in St. Catharines, and is a former counsellor at the Canadian embassy in Beijing. The news that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will lead a high-level trade mission to... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
How Niagara College’s brew school has boosted Ontario’s craft industryMark Murphy, left, co-founder and co-owner of Left Field Brewery, is pictured w
How Niagara College’s brew school has boosted Ontario’s craft industry
The Globe and Mail / Posted 25 days ago
Mark Murphy, left, co-founder and co-owner of Left Field Brewery, is pictured with brewer and classmate from Niagara College Austin Roach on Dec. 29. (Photos by Chris Young for The Globe and Mail) When Mark Murphy was ready to graduate high school,... Read more

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