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Pembroke Daily Observer
Canadians defeat Lumber Kings 5-1The Pembroke Lumber Kings could not contain the Carleton Place Canadians fallin
Pembroke Daily Observer / Posted yesterday
The Pembroke Lumber Kings could not contain the Carleton Place Canadians falling 5-1 to the Central Canada Hockey League leaders Friday afternoon. The Kings allowed four unanswered goals by the Canadians before Jacob Kamps got Pembroke on the... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Plastics recycling site revitalized in Sarniasaid the plant is expected to draw plastic from municipal, industrial, commerci
Sarnia Observer / Posted yesterday
said the plant is expected to draw plastic from municipal, industrial, commercial and institutional recycling program in Central Canada, as well as cross the Midwest and as far away as Alberta. The plant’s end product is plastic resin pellets... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
73's rout Bladeson the move Former Chatham Maroons defenceman Michael Douglas is back in Ontar
Chatham Daily News / Posted 4 days ago
on the move Former Chatham Maroons defenceman Michael Douglas is back in Ontario with the Pembroke Lumber Kings of the Central Canada Hockey League. The 19-year-old from Windsor played two seasons with the Maroons before leaving in the... Read more
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Pembroke Daily Observer
Kings rise up 5-2 against Bears(Star #1, Kings), Zachary Cross (Star #2, Kings), Michael Larose (Star #3, Bear
Pembroke Daily Observer / Posted 5 days ago
(Star #1, Kings), Zachary Cross (Star #2, Kings), Michael Larose (Star #3, Bears). Out of town scoreboard: In other Central Canada Hockey League action on Friday night, the Nepean Raiders slayed the Kemptville 73’s 5-1, the Rockland... Read more
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Pembroke Daily Observer
Unlucky Friday the 13th for the Lumber Kings(Star #1, Hawsk), Zachary Fournier (Star #2, Hawks), David Jankowski (Star #3,
Pembroke Daily Observer / Posted 6 days ago
(Star #1, Hawsk), Zachary Fournier (Star #2, Hawks), David Jankowski (Star #3, Hawks). Out of town scoreboard: In other Central Canada Hockey League action on Friday night, the Ottawa Junior Senators defeated the Rockland Nationals 3-2, the... Read more
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Quesnel Cariboo Observer
Chris and Heather Hartridge: the finaleCentral B.C., the Rockies, the Prairies, the Great Lakes, the US states of Nort
Quesnel Cariboo Observer / Posted 10 days ago
Central B.C., the Rockies, the Prairies, the Great Lakes, the US states of North Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan, Central Canada, the St. Lawrence Seaway, the Maritimes and now Newfoundland have all seemed like home… for a very brief time.... Read more
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Aljazeera
'Mixed feelings' over Canada's '60s Scoop' settlement- Nakuset knows just how different her life could have been. A Cree woman from
Aljazeera / Posted 10 days ago
- Nakuset knows just how different her life could have been. A Cree woman from Lac La Ronge, Saskatchewan, a province in central Canada, she was taken from her mother as a young child and bounced between relatives and foster homes. When she was... Read more
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Penticton Western News
Politicians criticize Trudeau’s reaction to critics of Energy East demisedivisions because all of Canada would have benefited from the project, includin
Penticton Western News / Posted 11 days ago
divisions because all of Canada would have benefited from the project, including oil workers in Alberta, trades workers in Central Canada and refinery workers in New Brunswick. “The anger that is being felt toward this Liberal government is... Read more
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CBS Denver
Winter Storm Watchsignificant snow for Denver and the Front Range is chugging our way. There is a
CBS Denver / Posted 14 days ago
significant snow for Denver and the Front Range is chugging our way. There is a big batch of cold air from Alaska into central Canada that will begin sinking southward this weekend bringing an abrupt change to our current weather... Read more
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Orillia Packet & Times
Growing identitytrees at the University Avenue campus in Orillia. The trees were donated by th
Orillia Packet & Times / Posted 15 days ago
trees at the University Avenue campus in Orillia. The trees were donated by the council, with financial support from the Central Canada SFI Implementation Committee, a Sustainable Forest Initiative. “It’s essential for our Indigenous students to... Read more
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CBC.ca
It's East and West vs. the middle as energy policy once again fuels divisions: Chris Hallconsequences are just as important. As are the divides. This time it's not just
CBC.ca / Posted 15 days ago
consequences are just as important. As are the divides. This time it's not just West versus East. It's West and East versus Central Canada. The response from provinces at both ends of the proposed line ranged from disappointment to anger. Federal... Read more
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Pembroke Daily Observer
Whitewater Kings hammer Alexandria Glens 8-2Chris Bourgeau and captain Michael Karas. Darian McTavish got the win, stoppin
Pembroke Daily Observer / Posted 19 days ago
Chris Bourgeau and captain Michael Karas. Darian McTavish got the win, stopping 22 of the 24 shots he faced. He leads Central Canada Hockey League 2 goaltenders in goals-against average at .980 and save percentage at .961. Scoring for... Read more
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Pembroke Daily Observer
Kings survive late Senators chargeshoot-out hero clinching a 4-3 win against the Ottawa Junior Senators, whom Pem
Pembroke Daily Observer / Posted 19 days ago
shoot-out hero clinching a 4-3 win against the Ottawa Junior Senators, whom Pembroke is chasing for the second place in the Central Canada Hockey League and now sit only two points back. Newly acquired winger Matthew Allen scored his first goal in... Read more
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The Massachusetts Daily Collegian
Buzz starting to build for UMass hockeyto be our first two centers, and that’s asking a lot out of young guys.” Gaude
The Massachusetts Daily Collegian / Posted 26 days ago
to be our first two centers, and that’s asking a lot out of young guys.” Gaudet starred for the Kemptville 73’s of the Central Canada Hockey League, tallying 109 points in over 148 career regular season games, while Lagunov scored 88 points... Read more
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Pembroke Daily Observer
Lumber Kings ride to victory in overtimeWarnholz followed by Lasers’ Jack Quinn and the third star was Kings’ Matthew B
Pembroke Daily Observer / Posted 27 days ago
Warnholz followed by Lasers’ Jack Quinn and the third star was Kings’ Matthew Barnaby Out of town scoreboard: In other Central Canada Hockey League action on Sunday night, the Cornwall Colts slayed Kemptville 7-1, the Ottawa Junior Senators... Read more
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Pembroke Daily Observer
Lumber Kings rock the Nationals 3-2followed by the Kings’ Casey Rhodes and the third star was Zach Roy of the Nati
Pembroke Daily Observer / Posted 27 days ago
followed by the Kings’ Casey Rhodes and the third star was Zach Roy of the Nationals. Out of town scoreboard: In other Central Canada Hockey League action on Friday night, the Smiths Falls Bears slayed the Navan Grads 5-2 while the Brockville... Read more
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eWeek
Microsoft Debuts Azure Availability Zones to Reduce Outage RiskIoT (Internet of Things) Hub service is now available in eight more Azure regio
eWeek / Posted 29 days ago
IoT (Internet of Things) Hub service is now available in eight more Azure regions across four countries (East U.S. 2 and Central U.S., Azure U.K. South, U.K. West, Canada Central, Canada East, India Central and India South), greatly expanding its... Read more
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New Kerala
New Ray-Mont Logistics transload facility welcomes its first unit train in Prince Rupert - newkerala news #273807is currently the only unit train stuffing facility on Canada's west coast, help
New Kerala / Posted 30 days ago
is currently the only unit train stuffing facility on Canada's west coast, helping crops transported by CN from Western and Central Canada as well as the American Midwest reach international markets. "We recognize the importance of making Canadian... Read more

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