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Western Advocate
Behind Confucius Classrooms: the Chinese government agency teaching NSW school students- in the case of Japan's Osaka Sangyo University - for allegedly providing a fr
Behind Confucius Classrooms: the Chinese government agency teaching NSW school students
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
- in the case of Japan's Osaka Sangyo University - for allegedly providing a front for espionage. And in late 2014, the Toronto School Board scrapped its Confucius Classrooms program due to concerns about its connection with the Chinese... Read more
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The North West Star
Behind Confucius Classrooms: the Chinese government agency teaching NSW school students- in the case of Japan's Osaka Sangyo University - for allegedly providing a fr
Behind Confucius Classrooms: the Chinese government agency teaching NSW school students
The North West Star / Posted 3 days ago
- in the case of Japan's Osaka Sangyo University - for allegedly providing a front for espionage. And in late 2014, the Toronto School Board scrapped its Confucius Classrooms program due to concerns about its connection with the Chinese... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Behind Confucius Classrooms: the Chinese government agency teaching NSW school students- in the case of Japan's Osaka Sangyo University - for allegedly providing a fr
Behind Confucius Classrooms: the Chinese government agency teaching NSW school students
Daily Liberal / Posted 3 days ago
- in the case of Japan's Osaka Sangyo University - for allegedly providing a front for espionage. And in late 2014, the Toronto School Board scrapped its Confucius Classrooms program due to concerns about its connection with the Chinese... Read more
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The Border Mail
Behind Confucius Classrooms: the Chinese government agency teaching NSW school students- in the case of Japan's Osaka Sangyo University - for allegedly providing a fr
Behind Confucius Classrooms: the Chinese government agency teaching NSW school students
The Border Mail / Posted 3 days ago
- in the case of Japan's Osaka Sangyo University - for allegedly providing a front for espionage. And in late 2014, the Toronto School Board scrapped its Confucius Classrooms program due to concerns about its connection with the Chinese... Read more
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The Courier
Behind Confucius Classrooms: the Chinese government agency teaching NSW school students- in the case of Japan's Osaka Sangyo University - for allegedly providing a fr
Behind Confucius Classrooms: the Chinese government agency teaching NSW school students
The Courier / Posted 3 days ago
- in the case of Japan's Osaka Sangyo University - for allegedly providing a front for espionage. And in late 2014, the Toronto School Board scrapped its Confucius Classrooms program due to concerns about its connection with the Chinese... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Behind Confucius Classrooms: the Chinese government agency teaching NSW school students- in the case of Japan's Osaka Sangyo University - for allegedly providing a fr
Behind Confucius Classrooms: the Chinese government agency teaching NSW school students
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 3 days ago
- in the case of Japan's Osaka Sangyo University - for allegedly providing a front for espionage. And in late 2014, the Toronto School Board scrapped its Confucius Classrooms program due to concerns about its connection with the Chinese... Read more
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The Young Witness
Behind Confucius Classrooms: the Chinese government agency teaching NSW school students- in the case of Japan's Osaka Sangyo University - for allegedly providing a fr
Behind Confucius Classrooms: the Chinese government agency teaching NSW school students
The Young Witness / Posted 3 days ago
- in the case of Japan's Osaka Sangyo University - for allegedly providing a front for espionage. And in late 2014, the Toronto School Board scrapped its Confucius Classrooms program due to concerns about its connection with the Chinese... Read more
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Western Advocate
Behind Confucius Classrooms: the Chinese government agency teaching NSW school students- in the case of Japan's Osaka Sangyo University - for allegedly providing a fr
Behind Confucius Classrooms: the Chinese government agency teaching NSW school students
Western Advocate / Posted 3 days ago
- in the case of Japan's Osaka Sangyo University - for allegedly providing a front for espionage. And in late 2014, the Toronto School Board scrapped its Confucius Classrooms program due to concerns about its connection with the Chinese... Read more
14 related stories
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Kiama Independent
Behind Confucius Classrooms: the Chinese government agency teaching NSW school students- in the case of Japan's Osaka Sangyo University - for allegedly providing a fr
Behind Confucius Classrooms: the Chinese government agency teaching NSW school students
Kiama Independent / Posted 3 days ago
- in the case of Japan's Osaka Sangyo University - for allegedly providing a front for espionage. And in late 2014, the Toronto School Board scrapped its Confucius Classrooms program due to concerns about its connection with the Chinese... Read more
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Manning River Times
Behind Confucius Classrooms: the Chinese government agency teaching NSW school students- in the case of Japan's Osaka Sangyo University - for allegedly providing a fr
Behind Confucius Classrooms: the Chinese government agency teaching NSW school students
Manning River Times / Posted 3 days ago
- in the case of Japan's Osaka Sangyo University - for allegedly providing a front for espionage. And in late 2014, the Toronto School Board scrapped its Confucius Classrooms program due to concerns about its connection with the Chinese... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Behind Confucius Classrooms: the Chinese government agency teaching NSW school students- in the case of Japan's Osaka Sangyo University - for allegedly providing a fr
Behind Confucius Classrooms: the Chinese government agency teaching NSW school students
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 3 days ago
- in the case of Japan's Osaka Sangyo University - for allegedly providing a front for espionage. And in late 2014, the Toronto School Board scrapped its Confucius Classrooms program due to concerns about its connection with the Chinese... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Behind Confucius Classrooms: the Chinese government agency teaching NSW school students- in the case of Japan's Osaka Sangyo University - for allegedly providing a fr
Behind Confucius Classrooms: the Chinese government agency teaching NSW school students
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
- in the case of Japan's Osaka Sangyo University - for allegedly providing a front for espionage. And in late 2014, the Toronto School Board scrapped its Confucius Classrooms program due to concerns about its connection with the Chinese... Read more
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Goderich Signal-Star
New clubhouse for COPA 45 and SHMThe Sky Harbour Modelers and Canadian Owners and Pilots Association 45 are dedi
New clubhouse for COPA 45 and SHM
Goderich Signal-Star / Posted 4 days ago
The Sky Harbour Modelers and Canadian Owners and Pilots Association 45 are dedicated groups of people who finally have a place to call their own. On May 11, the Sky Harbour Modelers and COPA 45 officially opened its new clubhouse at the Goderich... Read more
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Belleville Intelligencer
CAROL FEENEY: They make a differencea few years ago by Newfoundland publisher, Flanker Press, to do her first illus
CAROL FEENEY: They make a difference
Belleville Intelligencer / Posted 4 days ago
a few years ago by Newfoundland publisher, Flanker Press, to do her first illustrated children’s book, Over the Harbour. From craft shows in PE County, Toronto, Barrie and Alliston to readings and presentations at the Belleville Public... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Council sinks first priority for swimming lessonsany child,” Katchur said. Randhawa said it’s only fair that tax-paying residen
Council sinks first priority for swimming lessons
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 5 days ago
any child,” Katchur said. Randhawa said it’s only fair that tax-paying residents who injected $660,000 to subsidize Harbour Pool should see the most benefits, because now as it stands, one out of four swimming lesson spots is taken up by a... Read more
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Torontoist
How Toronto's Cruise Ship Workers Train for Emergenciesturned. It makes sense, fire being hot, spontaneous and all. Standing at the e
How Toronto's Cruise Ship Workers Train for Emergencies
Torontoist / Posted 6 days ago
turned. It makes sense, fire being hot, spontaneous and all. Standing at the edge of the city’s east-end water port, a Toronto police officer turns to the gaggle of students gathered in front of him. “I don’t mean to be politically incorrect,”... Read more
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Dundas Star News
Cold case warms up: 42 years later, Cindy Williams’ killer may be revealedThey had a second child, a daughter: Diane. In 1951 the family moved to Canada
Cold case warms up: 42 years later, Cindy Williams’ killer may be revealed
Dundas Star News / Posted 10 days ago
They had a second child, a daughter: Diane. In 1951 the family moved to Canada and settled in Hamilton, first on the harbour on Guise Street, later on the Mountain. They had two more children: Shelley and Kathy. Ron Williams' brother drove... Read more
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ESPN FC
2016 Copa America Centenario: Squads named for all 16 teamsSergio Campbell (Pittsburgh Riverhounds), Upston Edwards (Portmore United), Joe
2016 Copa America Centenario: Squads named for all 16 teams
ESPN FC / Posted 11 days ago
Sergio Campbell (Pittsburgh Riverhounds), Upston Edwards (Portmore United), Joel Grant (Exeter City), Rosario Harriott (Harbour View), Michael Hector (Reading), Kemar Lawrence (New York Red Bulls), Adrian Mariappa (Crystal Palace), Wes Morgan... Read more
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Wheels.ca
Driving Through Small Town Ontarioin Ontario, this list is a great starting point. A road trip to Elora is about
Driving Through Small Town Ontario
Wheels.ca / Posted 11 days ago
in Ontario, this list is a great starting point. A road trip to Elora is about an hour and a half drive from downtown Toronto, 30 minutes off the 401. It’s a small community located in the township of Centre Wellington along the banks of the... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Abuse victim speaks for first time, demands to know why priest not defrockedand 80s. McGrory was convicted of sexually assaulting a 17-year-old native you
Abuse victim speaks for first time, demands to know why priest not defrocked
Calgary Sun / Posted 12 days ago
and 80s. McGrory was convicted of sexually assaulting a 17-year-old native youth in 1993 — six years after being moved to Toronto from Ottawa. Passard, who asked that her name be published alongside her statement, said diocesan officials assured... Read more
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New Kerala
Canadian Sikhs want Komagata chapter in school curriculum - newkerala.com #65763Toronto, May 19 : Even as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau apologised to the Sikh
Canadian Sikhs want Komagata chapter in school curriculum - newkerala.com #65763
New Kerala / Posted 12 days ago
Toronto, May 19 : Even as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau apologised to the Sikh community in the House of Commons in Ottawa for the 1914 Komagata incident, Canadian Sikhs have demanded that the episode should be made part of school curricula across... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Komagata Maru: The tragic story behind Justin Trudeau's 'dark chapter' apology in Canada's parliamentin a re-examination," Ali Kazimi, an Indian-Canadian academic who made a docume
Komagata Maru: The tragic story behind Justin Trudeau's 'dark chapter' apology in Canada's parliament
Brisbane Times / Posted 13 days ago
in a re-examination," Ali Kazimi, an Indian-Canadian academic who made a documentary on the Komagata Maru story, told the Toronto Star. He added that that should lead to a recognition "that Canada for the first 100 years of its existence had what... Read more
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WA Today
Komagata Maru: The tragic story behind Justin Trudeau's 'dark chapter' apology in Canada's parliamentbigotry meted out on Indians and other Asians on the west coast of the Americas
Komagata Maru: The tragic story behind Justin Trudeau's 'dark chapter' apology in Canada's parliament
WA Today / Posted 13 days ago
bigotry meted out on Indians and other Asians on the west coast of the Americas a century ago. HMCS Rainbow in Vancouver harbour to watch over the Komagata Maru. Photo: WJ Moore/City of Vancouver "The real value in the apology lies in a... Read more
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The Age
Komagata Maru: The tragic story behind Justin Trudeau's 'dark chapter' apology in Canada's parliamentrepresents 'dark chapter' of Canada's past https://t.co/W1cZ4MOAWNpic.twitter.c
Komagata Maru: The tragic story behind Justin Trudeau's 'dark chapter' apology in Canada's parliament
The Age / Posted 13 days ago
represents 'dark chapter' of Canada's past https://t.co/W1cZ4MOAWNpic.twitter.com/EqRiVMIQCx HMCS Rainbow in Vancouver harbour to watch over the Komagata Maru. Photo: WJ Moore/City of Vancouver The incident is a reminder, particularly for... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Komagata Maru: The tragic story behind Justin Trudeau's 'dark chapter' apology in Canada's parliamentrepresents 'dark chapter' of Canada's past https://t.co/W1cZ4MOAWNpic.twitter.c
Komagata Maru: The tragic story behind Justin Trudeau's 'dark chapter' apology in Canada's parliament
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 13 days ago
represents 'dark chapter' of Canada's past https://t.co/W1cZ4MOAWNpic.twitter.com/EqRiVMIQCx HMCS Rainbow in Vancouver harbour to watch over the Komagata Maru. Photo: WJ Moore/City of Vancouver The incident is a reminder, particularly for... Read more
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Canberra Times
Komagata Maru: The tragic story behind Justin Trudeau's 'dark chapter' apology in Canada's parliamentbigotry meted out on Indians and other Asians on the west coast of the Americas
Komagata Maru: The tragic story behind Justin Trudeau's 'dark chapter' apology in Canada's parliament
Canberra Times / Posted 13 days ago
bigotry meted out on Indians and other Asians on the west coast of the Americas a century ago. HMCS Rainbow in Vancouver harbour to watch over the Komagata Maru. Photo: WJ Moore/City of Vancouver "The real value in the apology lies in a... Read more
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Business Wire
Record-Breaking Quarter: 2016 Canadian VC Investment Nearly Doubles 2015 Results – CVCATORONTO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Record high Q1 venture capital investment of $838 mil
Record-Breaking Quarter: 2016 Canadian VC Investment Nearly Doubles 2015 Results – CVCA
Business Wire / Posted 13 days ago
TORONTO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Record high Q1 venture capital investment of $838 million – nearly double the amount in the same quarter of 2015 – builds on the past few years of growth and highlights a continuing shift towards private investment in... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
Niagara Calendarthe World's Poorest of the Poor, Dr. Joseph Wong, professor and Canada Research
Niagara Calendar
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 13 days ago
the World's Poorest of the Poor, Dr. Joseph Wong, professor and Canada Research Chairman, Political Science, University of Toronto. 10 a.m. to noon, Armenian Community Centre, 156 Martindale Rd., St. Catharines. $50 for the entire series or $10 per... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
Niagara Calendarthe World's Poorest of the Poor, Dr. Joseph Wong, professor and Canada Research
Niagara Calendar
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 13 days ago
the World's Poorest of the Poor, Dr. Joseph Wong, professor and Canada Research Chairman, Political Science, University of Toronto. 10 a.m. to noon, Armenian Community Centre, 156 Martindale Rd., St. Catharines. $50 for the entire series or $10 per... Read more
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Welland Tribune
Niagara Calendarthe World's Poorest of the Poor, Dr. Joseph Wong, professor and Canada Research
Niagara Calendar
Welland Tribune / Posted 13 days ago
the World's Poorest of the Poor, Dr. Joseph Wong, professor and Canada Research Chairman, Political Science, University of Toronto. 10 a.m. to noon, Armenian Community Centre, 156 Martindale Rd., St. Catharines. $50 for the entire series or $10 per... Read more
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The Irish Times
First drive: Ford seeks an Edge over SUV rivalscar itself is a smartly-styled, sizeable family crossover, ready to challenge t
First drive: Ford seeks an Edge over SUV rivals
The Irish Times / Posted 13 days ago
car itself is a smartly-styled, sizeable family crossover, ready to challenge the likes of the Hyundai Santa Fe but harbouring ambitions for conquest buyers from the premium ranks, taking on the Volvo XC90, Audi Q5 and BMW X3. Its styling... Read more
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Hospitality Net
The All-New Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown, Now Confirming ReservationsHotel New York Downtown, Now Confirming Reservations New York, USA -- Lower Ma
The All-New Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown, Now Confirming Reservations
Hospitality Net / Posted 13 days ago
Hotel New York Downtown, Now Confirming Reservations New York, USA -- Lower Manhattan, confidently jutting out into the harbour under the watchful eye of the Statue of Liberty, is where New York was born, and where, several centuries later, it... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
Komagata Maru descendants in Ottawa for PM Trudeau’s apologygrandfather Puran Singh, then just 24 and a student, was aboard the steamship w
Komagata Maru descendants in Ottawa for PM Trudeau’s apology
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 13 days ago
grandfather Puran Singh, then just 24 and a student, was aboard the steamship when it was not allowed to dock in Vancouver harbour by Canadian authorities 102 years ago. Officials at that time had cited the discriminatory Continuous Passage... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Former MMA fighter wanted in Nova Scotia murder nabbed on Venezuelan beachmurder in a 2011 death in the Halifax area. Police say former mixed martial ar
Former MMA fighter wanted in Nova Scotia murder nabbed on Venezuelan beach
Brandon Sun / Posted 14 days ago
murder in a 2011 death in the Halifax area. Police say former mixed martial arts fighter Steve Skinner of Cole Harbour, N.S., was taken into custody without incident Sunday on a Margarita Island beach. Nova Scotia RCMP, who confirmed... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Tiller’s Folly ready to ‘rip out’ in Oak Baythat has a touch of Victoria,” Knight said. “It’s a story of prohibition and mu
Tiller’s Folly ready to ‘rip out’ in Oak Bay
Oak Bay News / Posted 14 days ago
that has a touch of Victoria,” Knight said. “It’s a story of prohibition and murder and the boat was brought in to Victoria harbour.” Tiller’s Folly performs May 20 at Oak Bay Recreation Centre, 1975 Bee St. Advance tickets are $15 at Ivy’s... Read more
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BC Local News
Tiller’s Folly ready to ‘rip out’ in Oak Baythat has a touch of Victoria,” Knight said. “It’s a story of prohibition and mu
Tiller’s Folly ready to ‘rip out’ in Oak Bay
BC Local News / Posted 14 days ago
that has a touch of Victoria,” Knight said. “It’s a story of prohibition and murder and the boat was brought in to Victoria harbour.” Tiller’s Folly performs May 20 at Oak Bay Recreation Centre, 1975 Bee St. Advance tickets are $15 at Ivy’s... Read more
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Houston Chronicle
Woman relying on GPS directions drives into a lakeA 23 year-old Canadian woman, solely relying on her GPS drove straight into a O
Woman relying on GPS directions drives into a lake
Houston Chronicle / Posted 15 days ago
A 23 year-old Canadian woman, solely relying on her GPS drove straight into a Ontario lake this week, According to the Toronto Sun. Due to dark, stormy conditions, and a lack of familiarity with the Tobermory area, the woman was unable to see where... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Woman relying on GPS directions drives into a lakeA 23 year-old Canadian woman, solely relying on her GPS drove straight into a O
Woman relying on GPS directions drives into a lake
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 15 days ago
A 23 year-old Canadian woman, solely relying on her GPS drove straight into a Ontario lake this week, According to the Toronto Sun. Due to dark, stormy conditions, and a lack of familiarity with the Tobermory area, the woman was unable to see where... Read more
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Wichita Falls Times Record News
Driver following GPS ends up in lakethe launch works, it's not an airborne thing. It's not Dukes of Hazzard," Const
Driver following GPS ends up in lake
Wichita Falls Times Record News / Posted 15 days ago
the launch works, it's not an airborne thing. It's not Dukes of Hazzard," Const. Katrina Rubinstein-Gilbert tells the Toronto Sun. "It kind of goes off the road and the launch just drops all of a sudden." Luckily, the woman was able to roll... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
Driver following GPS ends up in lakethe launch works, it's not an airborne thing. It's not Dukes of Hazzard," Const
Driver following GPS ends up in lake
The Record Searchlight / Posted 15 days ago
the launch works, it's not an airborne thing. It's not Dukes of Hazzard," Const. Katrina Rubinstein-Gilbert tells the Toronto Sun. "It kind of goes off the road and the launch just drops all of a sudden." Luckily, the woman was able to roll... Read more
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Naples Daily News
Driver following GPS ends up in lakethe launch works, it's not an airborne thing. It's not Dukes of Hazzard," Const
Driver following GPS ends up in lake
Naples Daily News / Posted 15 days ago
the launch works, it's not an airborne thing. It's not Dukes of Hazzard," Const. Katrina Rubinstein-Gilbert tells the Toronto Sun. "It kind of goes off the road and the launch just drops all of a sudden." Luckily, the woman was able to roll... Read more
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International Business Times
Woman blindly follows sat nav and drives car into lake driving in the dark through fog and rain around midnight when she made a wrong
Woman blindly follows sat nav and drives car into lake
International Business Times / Posted 15 days ago
driving in the dark through fog and rain around midnight when she made a wrong turn and ended up going into the Little Tub Harbour in Tobermory, Bruce Peninsula. Read more about GPS satnav incidents on IBTimes UK: She thought she was going down a... Read more
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CTV News
N.L. police ask all tenants for DNA after man's body found in apartment buildingbuilding for DNA samples after a man's badly beaten body was discovered under a
N.L. police ask all tenants for DNA after man's body found in apartment building
CTV News / Posted 18 days ago
building for DNA samples after a man's badly beaten body was discovered under an outside stairwell. Some residents of Harbour View Apartments say Royal Newfoundland Constabulary officers asked them for a swab sample hours after Marcel... Read more
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CTV News
Nfld. police ask all tenants for DNA after man's body found in apartment buildingbuilding for DNA samples after a man's badly beaten body was discovered under a
Nfld. police ask all tenants for DNA after man's body found in apartment building
CTV News / Posted 18 days ago
building for DNA samples after a man's badly beaten body was discovered under an outside stairwell. Some residents of Harbour View Apartments say Royal Newfoundland Constabulary officers asked them for a swab sample hours after Marcel... Read more
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Torontoist
Canoeing Down Toronto's River Conservation Success Storyhundreds of Torontonians get together and paddle a 10.5-kilometre stretch of th
Canoeing Down Toronto's River Conservation Success Story
Torontoist / Posted 19 days ago
hundreds of Torontonians get together and paddle a 10.5-kilometre stretch of the Don River, from Leslie and Eglinton to the Toronto Harbourfront, and cherish what was once lost. The Manulife Paddle the Don is one of myriad fundraising efforts to... Read more
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Australian Senior Golfer
Thrilling finishes on the Australian senior golfing scene: Denis Dale May 2016 RoundupGillard and Warren Gorton from Hawks Nest all with good scores of three over pa
Thrilling finishes on the Australian senior golfing scene: Denis Dale May 2016 Roundup
Australian Senior Golfer / Posted 19 days ago
Gillard and Warren Gorton from Hawks Nest all with good scores of three over par 75. Long Reef senior Geoff Cranfield and Toronto senior Michael Musgrave finished in a tie after the two rounds of the 2016 Belmont Seniors Championship with the... Read more
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CBC.ca
Our Lady of Perpetual Vigilance: devout Catholic's website catalogues clergy's crimes, fosters reconciliationcredits much of his recovery to an unlikely saviour: a grandmother of 11 who ma
Our Lady of Perpetual Vigilance: devout Catholic's website catalogues clergy's crimes, fosters reconciliation
CBC.ca / Posted 23 days ago
credits much of his recovery to an unlikely saviour: a grandmother of 11 who maintains a website from her home in Fitzroy Harbour, a community on the outskirts of Ottawa. People who meet Sylvia MacEachern are typically struck by her intensity,... Read more
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Williams Lake Tribune
Baldish (Bob) Singh Sunner: Love destroys racisma solid work ethic. My uncle states that all Muslims are terrorists. An acqua
Baldish (Bob) Singh Sunner: Love destroys racism
Williams Lake Tribune / Posted 25 days ago
a solid work ethic. My uncle states that all Muslims are terrorists. An acquaintance explains that all Catholic clergy harbour pedophiliac tendencies. As I listen to my friends and family express their prejudices I regale them with my own... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Schuss into summer: Head to Portillo, Chile, where ski season is just taking offwhile passing in hallways, enjoying coffee together on one of many sofas that c
Schuss into summer: Head to Portillo, Chile, where ski season is just taking off
The Globe and Mail / Posted 26 days ago
while passing in hallways, enjoying coffee together on one of many sofas that cram the living room. South Americans harbour a deep respect for youth, and in Portillo, packs of children run feral through the hallways. Almost every great... Read more
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PhysOrg
How invasive earthworms harm ecosystemsabout two hundred years ago, most likely in the ballast of ships, and spread fa
How invasive earthworms harm ecosystems
PhysOrg / Posted 26 days ago
about two hundred years ago, most likely in the ballast of ships, and spread far and wide. A square meter of soil can harbour up to 2,000 of the wriggly creatures, causing Kotanen and graduate student Colin Cassin (now working as project... Read more
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