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  1. Cheapest gas in Sudbury 104.6 at Lively Mac'sRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Northern Life

    The cheapest gas in the city is 104.6 at the Lively Mac's. The most expensive gas in the city is 115.9 at Petro-Canada in Chelmsford.

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  2. SULLIVAN: Peter Rabbit still vacant soul of EdgemontRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 22 | North Shore News

    It's your place. You may own or even rent a home, but you own more than that - you're a citizen of your neighbourhood with all the attendant rights and privileges.

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  3. Cheapest gas in Sudbury 106.9 at Independent at the PumpsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 22 | Northern Life

    The cheapest gas in the city is 106.9 at Independent at the Pumps on Lorne. The most expensive gas in the city is 110.9 at Petro-Canada on Highway 17 near Coniston.

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  4. Three charged for stolen property and drugsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 21 | Western Wheel

    After Okotoks RCMP noticed a suspicious vehicle at the Aldersyde Petro Canada Station, investigators were able to determine that the vehicle had been stolen out of Calgary. A flat deck trailer involved was also found to be stolen, with a stolen license plate.

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  5. Indigenous communities in Canada finally on Google MapsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 21 | CBC News

    Steve DeRoy worked with Google Canada as a researcher and cartographer. He's a director of the Firelight Group, a consulting company working with Indigenous communities around the world to promote and improve culture, health, socio-economics, ecology and governance.

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  6. Hants' Faces Friday - " Karen MacBrideRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 16 | Nova News Now

    The 72-year-old, who lives in her childhood home in Windsor, works at the Haliburton House Museum and Shand House Museum as an interpreter. MacBride has been through many ups and downs in her life, including facing breast cancer not once but twice, but she says it's important to remember the positive side of life.

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  7. Undervalued HollyFrontier Offers A Safe 5.2% Dividend YieldRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 16 | Seeking Alpha

    HollyFrontier's dividend is well supported by the company's strong cash generation, and based on forward estimates the company's shares look undervalued. Due to diversification efforts the company's shares could trade at a higher valuation in the future.

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  8. Food Grade Lubricants Market 2017 by Size, Trends, Growth and Forecast to 2021Read the original story

    Friday Jun 16 | Emailwire.com

    ReportsWeb.com published 'Food Grade Lubricants Market' from its database. The report covers the market landscape and its growth prospects over the coming years.

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  9. Charges in brutal assaultRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 15 | Castanet.net

    A woman accused of a serious assault in the early hours of June 4 in downtown Kelowna has been arrested. Just after 5 a.m., RCMP and paramedics were called to the Petro Canada at Harvey Avenue and Richter Street, where a woman was suffering from "significant injuries."

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  10. Suncor Energy provides update on Syncrude Mildred Lake Oil Sands facilityRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 14 | Electric Energy Online

    Repairs are progressing as planned and the maintenance work scheduled for the fall has been added to the plan, extending the timing of full ramp up to mid-July. Shipments have been reduced to approximately 130 kbpd in order to complete the accelerated maintenance and are expected to ramp up as additional units complete turnaround activities.

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  11. Global Food Grade Lubricants Market Size Demand Will Increase by 2016-2024Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 14 | SBWire

    Zion Market Research, the market research group announced the analysis report titled " Food Grade Lubricants Market: Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecasts 2016-2024 " Global Food Grade Lubricants Market: Overview Food grade lubricants are nothing but the additives to the food items that are added indirectly. Oil or grease can become a food additive due to over lubrication, through leaks, messy application during maintenance, and others.

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  12. McKenna offering $2B in low-carbon project funding to most, not all, provincesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 14 | The Guardian

    Eight provinces and all three territories will share $2 billion in federal funds to help them cut their greenhouse gas emissions over the next five years. Environment Minister Catherine McKenna has scheduled a news conference Thursday in Ottawa, where she will finally unveil details of how the Liberal government's promised Low Carbon Economy Fund will work.

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  13. Secret' meeting of P.E.I. Public Schools Branch board raises concernsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 14 | The Guardian

    Education Minister Doug Currie says he will ensure the Public Schools Branch board properly publicizes its upcoming public meetings after concerns were raised about a meeting earlier this month that was not advertised. The meeting of the three-member board of directors was held June 1. Officials say a notice of the meeting was posted on the Public Schools Branch website, but no other measures were taken to advertise it, as has been past practice.

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  14. Trudeau says legislation, apology, coming for past wrongs against gays, lesbiansRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 14 | The Guardian

    The Liberal government says it will introduce legislation to erase past convictions for sexual activity with a same-sex partner under what Prime Minister Justin Trudeau calls historical, unjust laws. Trudeau says his government will also apologize for the wrongs of the past committed against gay, lesbian and transgendered Canadians.

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  15. Horgan, Weaver look to Liberals for help in keeping B.C. legislature afloatRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 14 | The Guardian

    The leaders of British Columbia's New Democrats and Greens say it is not unprecedented for an Opposition member to serve as Speaker as they prepare to navigate a potentially tricky political situation in the provincial legislature. NDP Leader John Horgan and Green Leader Andrew Weaver are using former Liberal MP Peter Milliken as an example, saying he served as Speaker in the House of Commons during a minority Conservative government.

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  16. Ex-wife used sarcasm, insults to stop online harassment, trial hearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 14 | The Guardian

    A woman who says her ex-husband harassed her online for years told a B.C. Supreme Court jury that she was willing to try anything to get him to stop. She told the court in Vancouver that one of the ways she addressed the harassment was by "giving it back" with insults or sarcasm in her replies to Fox's emails.

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  17. Canada envoy to U.S. embarrassed by delays in Parliament over preclearance billRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 14 | The Guardian

    Canada's envoy to the United States says he is embarrassed it is taking so long for Parliament to pass a new law that would pave the way for greater preclearance at the border. Ambassador David MacNaughton says he leaned on U.S. lawmakers to pass a law that would allow passengers to be precleared at a greater number of airports to allow the speedy flow of people across the 49th parallel.

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  18. Trudeau names judge Arthur LeBlancto be Nova Scotia lieutenant governorRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 14 | The Guardian

    Arthur LeBlanc, who has been a judge of the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia since 1998, replaces John James Grant in the vice-regal job. Lieutenant-governors represent the Queen in their respective provinces, handling her roles and functions, including granting royal assent to laws.

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  19. PM names Margaret Thom as new commissioner of the NWTRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 14 | The Guardian

    Margaret Thom is a former deputy commissioner of the territory and replaces deputy commissioner Gerald Kisoun, who has handled the duties of commissioner for the last few months. Thom was a school community counsellor in Fort Providence for close to 20 years and has served on numerous boards in the territories.

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  20. Would-be bride can keep the diamond ring after breakup, N.S. court rulesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 14 | The Guardian

    A Halifax adjudicator has decided a woman who broke up with her fiance after a fight over wedding expenses can keep the engagement ring. Devin Sherrington had sued his would-be bride, Lauren Arbuckle, in small claims court for the 3.25 carat diamond ring, worth as much as $19,000.

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