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New York Daily News
Toronto is abuzz with art happenings
When I heard singer Pharrell Williams would curate a museum show on designer toys, I figured Brooklyn, Tokyo or London would host it.
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Fri Mar 14, 2014
Backstreet Boys Announce U.S., Canadian Dates with Avril Lavigne
Backstreet Boys revealed some news on today's Good Morning America that's bound to change summer vacation plans for their fans.
Like a whole new planet'
Trinidadian writer Sharon Millar is seen on the Fogo Island ferry after reading at the March Hare 2014 festival on Fogo Island.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
Crafting club boosts spirits of young patients
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The London Free Press
Waterfowl starving in harsh winter, say experts
A mallard duck stands on one leg as it tries to blend in with a gaggle of Canada geese in Springbank Park in London, Ont.
Charlottetown police getting new tool to fight crime
Charlottetown Police Services is in the process of working with London, Ont.-based Digital Evidence International Inc. to install state-of-the-art computer systems in all of the police cruisers.
Hardcore Roadtrip Headed to Toronto on June
Hardcore Roadtrip Headed to Toronto on June Posted by Larry Csonka on 03.13.2014 See who is advertised for the show..
Making sense of city rankings
For example, CAA Manitoba will once again launch its popular Worst Roads campaign, which will be ramping up later this month.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
The London Free Press
Ontario Health Minister Deb Matthews won't undo radical changes to physiotherapy
Health Minister Deb Matthews announces $23.5M funding for 23 new publicly funded across southwest Ontario in London, Ont.
Snow more! Late storm hits Eastern Canada
Trucks drive along a closed section of Elginfield Road, east of Highway 4, as snow blows across the road north of London, Ontario on Thursday February 27, 2014.
Canadian food processing said to be strong despite closures
Despite a number of high-profile plant closures in recent months, the food processing industry in Canada is becoming more competitive and those efforts are likely to bear fruit in the form of jobs, according to a new study.
The London Free Press
London police charge three people with using phony IDs to write English proficiency exams
They pay far more than Canadians do to go to school here, but some foreign students apparently are willing to fork out even more - under the table.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
As many as five serial killers who operated in London, Ontario, may...
As many as five serial killers who operated in London, Ont., between 1960 and 1985, might be still alive and free, according to a new book by a police officer turned criminologist who describes the city as a serial killing capital.
The Georgia Straight
David Suzuki: Canada's success depends on investing in municipal infrastructure
About $1 billion is dedicated to smaller communities, but most of the funding will target urban areas, which makes sense.
Cape Breton Post
Fishermen, welfare-bums, friendly drinkers? East Coast stereotypes, fact or fiction
In a country the size of Canada, stereotypes are hard to avoid. They're a shortcut to identity, an easy way of distinguishing people in one place from another.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Globe and Mail
Judith Mappin: a heroine of Canadian literature
Judy Mappin, left, with HA©lA ne Holden, one of the three original partners who started the bookstore, at a Mappin tribute at Montreal's Centaur Theatre, 24 Oct 2005.
The Toronto Star
Why is Ottawa selling arms to oppressive regimes?
Canada's multibillion-dollar sale of military equipment to Saudi Arabia this February, the largest advanced weapons contract in Canada's history, is an affront to Ottawa's alleged commitment to human rights in the Middle East.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
March 8, 1943: Police officers lured away by war jobs
Higher salaries in the oilsands attract people away from lower-paying jobs in the city today.
American Stroke Association says there's an alternative test...
An alternative test for measuring blood flow to the brain detected a potentially dangerous hole within the heart of some patients with an unexplained stroke better than a standard test, according to late-breaking science presented at the American Stroke Association's International Stroke Conference 2014.