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  1. Carli Lloyd's fame rises to new levelsRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Philly.com

    The dust settled both literally and figuratively Monday morning on the United States' triumph in the Women's World Cup. As a cloud of smog induced by wildfires enveloped much of the region, the American team gathered at Fox's downtown studio set to receive jerseys with the long-sought third star sewn above the crest.

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  2. Long wait times for international student permits leave some "stranded" in CanadaRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Edmonton Journal

    While FIFA organizers hail the 2015 Women's World Cup as a success, Edmonton's city manager says the international spotlight on the city throughout the tournament enhances its reputation for hosting global events. "I think FIFA and the Canadian Soccer Association have been very positive about the city, and I'm not surprised about that," said city manager Simon Farbrother.

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  3. The Big Idea: Startup finds success with smiles in a fast-growth marketRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Madison Publishing

    Offices in Whistler are perfectly positioned with Vancouver's thriving developer and engineer ecosystem and California's tech-world mecca of Silicon Valley further south. With their North American software engineering office in Function Junction, PayrollHero is a major player in this local startup landscape.

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  4. Trans-Pacific Partnership building momentum for deal this summerRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | The Globe and Mail

    Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper listens to United States President Barack Obama deliver opening remarks to members of the Trans Pacific Partnership at the US Embassy in Beijing, China, on Monday, November 10, 2014. Momentum is building for a potential deal later this summer.

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  5. Student embarks on trip to learn about wild boarsRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Star Phoenix

    A University of Saskatchewan master's student is embarking on a western Canadian camping trip to talk to everyone she can about wild boars. With a tent in the back of her rented truck, Ruth Kost... Al Monaco has not lost his hankering for a Timmies coffee and still savours his "absolutely black, dark roast" cup of joe.

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  6. Edmonton's Permanent Records going out of businessRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Edmonton Journal

    While FIFA organizers hail the 2015 Women's World Cup as a success, Edmonton's city manager says the international spotlight on the city throughout the tournament enhances its reputation for hosting global events. "I think FIFA and the Canadian Soccer Association have been very positive about the city, and I'm not surprised about that," said city manager Simon Farbrother.

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  7. Reading the signs: officials, locals to talk Peggys Cove safetyRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | CBC News

    Yvonne Colbert is a graduate of Ryerson University and has been a journalist in Nova Scotia for almost 35 years, covering everything from human interest stories to the legislature. She is known as a consumer advocate, always willing to go to bat for those who are being treated unfairly.

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  8. Hazy skies over B.C.'s south coast cause flight disruptionsRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | GlobalNews

    A photo taken by NASA that shows smoke, which came primarily from two Pemberton-area fires, engulfing Metro Vancouver, the Sunshine Coast, and southern Vancouver Island. A plume of smoke that is hanging over much of B.C.'s south coast due to the wildfires burning across the province altered some travel plans this morning.

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  9. Roughriders release Chris MiloRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Star Phoenix

    Despite the record of P3 problems throughout Canada, governments continue to believe that they can successfully wield the P3 process to their benefit, irrespective of the failure of other governments ... Al Monaco has not lost his hankering for a Timmies coffee and still savours his "absolutely black, dark roast" cup of joe. A day after U.S. Independence Day, the country's women's soccer team set off a furious fireworks display at BC Place that was as stunningly brilliant as any July 4th celebration.

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  10. Viad Is A Low-Risk OpportunityRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Seeking Alpha

    The company is selling at low multiples and is exploring splitting up its two business groups to improve shareholder value. Activist hedge funds took an interest in the company, obtained seats in the Board of Directors and brought in a new management team.

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  11. Two Broncos take away memories of a lifetime from World Cup tripRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | KBCI CBS 2

    Boise State soccer players Allegra Weeks and Jenna Clubb are back on the grind and gearing up for another soccer season after taking a work-related trip. The two Broncos separately traveled to Canada to watch the United States play in the FIFA Women's World Cup.

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  12. Paul Vogt take over as Red River College president Aug. 17Read the original story

    15 hrs ago | My Manitoba.com

    Red River College's Board of Governors announced Monday that Paul Vogt will join Red River College as the institution's fifth president and CEO effective Aug. 17, 2015. "It gives me great pleasure to welcome Paul Vogt to Red River College," said Lloyd Schreyer, chair, board of governors, Red River College.

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  13. Celebrating Fourth of July in style at U.S. ambassador's residenceRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | The Hill Times

    On Saturday afternoon, about 3,500 of Canada's political and diplomatic VIPs and notable Ottawans filled the lawns at Lornado, the American ambassador's residence in Rockliffe, to celebrate the Fourth of July in style - emphasis on the style. A row of antique cars lined the walkway near the entrance to the grounds as impeccably well-dressed party guests streamed by.

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  14. Cold Lake houses 700 wildfire evacuees from SaskatchewanRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Edmonton Journal

    While FIFA organizers hail the 2015 Women's World Cup as a success, Edmonton's city manager says the international spotlight on the city throughout the tournament enhances its reputation for hosting global events. "I think FIFA and the Canadian Soccer Association have been very positive about the city, and I'm not surprised about that," said city manager Simon Farbrother.

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  15. Play and Stay at TownePlace Suites Mississauga-Airport Corporate Centre For LessRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Market Wire

    'Tis the season of summer vacations and family fun. And helping travellers to make the most of their paid time off is the TownePlace Suites Mississauga-Airport Corporate Centre.

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  16. Calloway REITRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Market Wire

    Smart Real Estate Investment Trust announced today that it is changing its name for trading purposes on the Toronto Stock Exchange from "Calloway Real Estate Investment Trust" to "Smart Real Estate Investment Trust", expected to be effective as of July 8, 2015. In connection with the change to SmartREIT's trading name, SmartREIT is also changing its TSX ticker symbol from "CWT.UN" to "SRU.UN", expected to be effective as of July 8, 2015.

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  17. How Jacques Greber's plan transformed the capital, for better and worseRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Canada.com

    Slater Street, looking east from Lyon, circa 1937. The photo is one of hundreds commissioned by urban planner Jacques GrA ber for his assessment of Ottawa.

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  18. Smoke on the water, fire in the sky: Haze from B.C. wildfires forces Vancouver residents insideRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | National Post

    The sun was a dim red ball in the hazy grey Metro Vancouver sky Monday morning as smoke from wildfires continued to blanket the city. The North Shore mountains were completely invisible to observers in downtown Vancouver, and the haze appeared to be growing thicker as the morning wore on.

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  19. Mandryk: Big SaskPower pay a problemRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Star Phoenix

    Three teens are facing charges after police responded to a break and enter in progress in the 200 block of Forsyth Crescent at 3:30 a.m. Monday. Al Monaco has not lost his hankering for a Timmies coffee and still savours his "absolutely black, dark roast" cup of joe.

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  20. Circus Smirkus inspires foodRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Albany Times Union

    Parkside Eatery won the circus-inspired food contest sponsored by the Waldorf School of Saratoga Springs to celebrate this week's performances of the Circus Smirkus Big Top Tour and its theme, Bon Appetit. The restaurant's entry, called Spectacular Spectacular! was a marshmallow- and caramel-filled doughnut topped with crispy bacon.

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