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Sarnia Observer
Some savings range from 74% to 87% offSuper cruise deals are now available from Princess, Carnival, Oceania, Crystal,
Some savings range from 74% to 87% off
Sarnia Observer / Posted 10 minutes ago
Super cruise deals are now available from Princess, Carnival, Oceania, Crystal, Windstar and Disney. They include shipboard credits, which are as good as cash on the ship and can be used toward onboard purchases. Princess is offering customers... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Some savings range from 74% to 87% offSuper cruise deals are now available from Princess, Carnival, Oceania, Crystal,
Some savings range from 74% to 87% off
Chatham Daily News / Posted 16 minutes ago
Super cruise deals are now available from Princess, Carnival, Oceania, Crystal, Windstar and Disney. They include shipboard credits, which are as good as cash on the ship and can be used toward onboard purchases. Princess is offering customers... Read more
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CBC.ca
Road to the Olympic Games: 5 things to watch this weekendHosted by veteran broadcasters Scott Russell and Andi Petrillo, Road to the Oly
Road to the Olympic Games: 5 things to watch this weekend
CBC.ca / Posted 2 hours ago
Hosted by veteran broadcasters Scott Russell and Andi Petrillo, Road to the Olympic Games chronicles athletes' journeys on and off the field of play. Here's what to look for on this weekend's show on CBC Television and CBCSports.ca. Biathlon in the... Read more
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Northumberland Today
Lawrence named MVP of Empire junior C hockey loopPort Hope Panthers centre Dalton Lawrence has been named the Empire B Junior C
Lawrence named MVP of Empire junior C hockey loop
Northumberland Today / Posted 23 hours ago
Port Hope Panthers centre Dalton Lawrence has been named the Empire B Junior C Hockey League’s most valuable player and is also poised to win the league’s scoring title. Lawrence, a 20-year-old from Oshawa, heads into the pennant-winning team’s... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Quebec’s microbreweries tap into province’s culture with beer labelsIn Of Montreal, Robert Everett-Green writes weekly about the people, places and
Quebec’s microbreweries tap into province’s culture with beer labels
The Globe and Mail / Posted 1 months ago
In Of Montreal, Robert Everett-Green writes weekly about the people, places and events that make Montreal a distinctive cultural capital. In Quebec, La Grande Noirceur (the Great Darkness) refers to the 15 years after the Second World War – boom... Read more

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