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The ROM turns 100 years old
The treasure trove of rare jewels, glittering gems, and ancient fossils that became the Royal Ontario Museum was originally imagined by architectural firm Darling and Pearson as a cavernous Italianate structure capable of dominating the corner of Bloor Street and Queens Park Crescent.
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P.E.I. boat manufacturer switches industries to stay afloat
Provincial Boat and Marine Ltd. will now be manufacturing fibreglass oil tanks to keep their business in the black.
9 hrs ago
Rocky the bulldog gets a new smile
An Olde English Bulldog in the Saint John area has a new stiff upper lip, thanks to a local veterinarian and a plastic surgeon.
13 hrs ago
Irving clout with government challenged in wake of forest deal
The Alward government's change in forest policy just two years after introducing a forest plan that wasn't to the liking of the Irving forestry interests is raising political questions about the provincial government's independence from the powerful industrial family.
Fri Mar 14, 2014
Ronald Wasser may have taken 140 pills on day of shooting, MD says
Ronald Wasser may have ingested up to 140 pills the day his wife was shot, a doctor testified on Friday.
Bagged salad sold in Fla. recalled
Dole Fresh Vegetables issued a voluntary recall of its Dole Italian Blend , Fresh Selections Italian Style Blend , Little Salad Bar Italian Salad and Marketside Italian Style Salad with the product code A058201A or B, with use-by dates of March 12, 2014.
Sneaking repaired antique car into Canada costs man $55K
Brian James Wheaton was caught trying to bring a car he had paid thousands to repair in the U.S. back into Canada without declaring the money he had spent on the vehicle.
Irving pumps $38M into Chipman, Doaktown forest operations
J.D. Irving Ltd. rolled out two more major investments in its forestry operations Friday, pledging to pump a total of $38 million into sawmill operations in Chipman and a centre in Doaktown.
Jenkins dedicates OBE to UK forces
The Neath-born mezzo-soprano received the award from the Prince of Wales during a Buckingham Palace investiture ceremony and described being recognised for her music and charity work as a "special thing".
Bellingham tells of cancer battle
Actress Lynda Bellingham received an OBE from the Prince of Wales today and declared she was still living life to the full and "giving it some welly" despite battling cancer.
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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.
New Brunswick digs out from winter blast
Preliminary totals from the winter storm that blew through New Brunswick Thursday show Gagetown and Bathurst areas got hit the hardest in terms of snowfall.
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Sign up for scenic charity walk in Wakefield
The Prince of Wales Hospice's annual Memory Walk will take place on Saturday, April 26 at 10.30am, in the grounds of Nostell Priory near Wakefield.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
Ice hockey fans sue arena bosses after being 'duped' into...
Ibragim Todashev, 27, is believed to have been investigated following the terror attacks and reportedly knew bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev Liam Whelan, 16, was told he needed to be 18 to buy them after a self-service till barred payment Solomon Smith cost taxpayers thousands pursuing his claim through to the Court of Appeal The Prince of Wales, ... (more)
Accident closes stretch of Trans-Canada Highway during storm
A major traffic accident involving as many as four transport trucks in the midst of a winter storm has shut down a section of the Trans-Canada Highway in New Brunswick.
Abbey tributes to Sir David Frost
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall arrive to attend a service to celebrate the life of Sir David Frost at Westminster Abbey, London.
Submerged car returned to owner
A submerged car which became a familiar sight during coverage of flooding on the Somerset Levels has been reunited with its owner.
Hundreds of pounds benefitting local community organisations
At its meeting on March 11 councillors agreed to support a number of community projects including Mid Sussex South Council for Voluntary Service, A 470, towards facilitating Volunteer Forum Sessions; St Peter & St James Hospice, A 1,272, towards the purchase of a lawn mower with snow plough; and remember, A 1,000, for the purchase of a desktop ... (more)
Wed Mar 12, 2014
New forestry plan provides more Crown wood to industry
The New Brunswick government is increasing the amount of softwood the forestry sector can take from Crown land by 20 per cent under the province's new forestry strategy.