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  1. Black Friday deals to be had in Toronto, but set your alarm earlyRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | CBC News

    A woman rests with her bags as shoppers make their way through Toronto's Eaton Centre on Black Friday in 2013. Toronto shoppers looking for deals can set their alarms early Friday as malls extend their hours to keep up with the Black Friday shopping frenzy that is a hallmark of the U.S. Thanksgiving weekend.


  2. Ottawa puts Hells Angels clubhouse up for saleRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | The Toronto Star

    Features: Iconic piece of Toronto history. Ultimate man cave. Needs lots of TLC or a teardown.


  3. Vanier Cup within Thunderbirds' reachRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | 24 Hours

    Thunderbirds defensive back Taylor Loffler celebrates a playoff win over Calgary with head coach Blake Nill. UBC plays in the Vanier Cup on Saturday.


  4. Miss World Canada blocked from entering China for contestRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The Globe and Mail

    Canadian Anastasia Lin speaks to reporters at the airport in Hong Kong on Thursday after she was denied entry to mainland China. Canadian Anastasia Lin speaks to reporters at the airport in Hong Kong on Thursday after she was denied entry to mainland China.


  5. Refugee students in Canada will have steep learning curveRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Vancouver Sun

    Heivin Ahmad is from Syria and works for the Vancouver school board. She and her team are prepared for any Syrian refugees who may need help adjusting to life in B.C. In nearly every way, Canada is different from Syria - the language, the food, the culture, and even the sound of the bells that separate class times in schools.


  6. Mobile biz licences to continue in the Tri-CitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Tri-City News

    Builders, decorators, caterers and other mobile businesses working in the Tri-Cities can still pay an extra fee next year to be on the road. This week, city councils in Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody extended the inter-municipal business licensing program, allowing companies to travel freely across the region to provide programs and services locally.


  7. Sing in the season: Top choral picks for ChristmasRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Burnaby Now

    Or two choirs. Or three. Or a whole bunch of 'em, as the case may be. Every year, I like to find out what all of the amazing choirs around the area are doing for Christmastime and compile one big list of top Christmas choral picks.


  8. Egan: We might lose Cup, but they have to live in EdmontonRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago |

    It is a mug's game to compare Canadian cities and declare a winner. So it's a mug's day.


  9. Housing shortage is first challenge for Syrian refugees arriving in OttawaRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago |

    The first challenge for most of the Syrian refugees arriving in Ottawa over the next three months is simple: Find a place to live. There is already a shortage of cheap housing in town, and depending on how many refugees arrive, finding accommodation for them will be difficult.


  10. Beauty BarredRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | The Standard

    Outspoken Miss World contestant Anastasia Lin hit out at Beijing for banning her from entering the mainland, where she is supposed to represent Canada in the 2015 Miss World final in Sanya, Hainan. The 25-year-old actress and University of Toronto graduate arrived at 6am yesterday in Hong Kong en route to Sanya.


  11. Co-Op Students Explore Ottawa Part One - Ashley in the ByWard MarketRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Ottawa Life

    Each student was asked to pick an area of Ottawa that they wanted to explore for an afternoon. Grade 12 co-op student and figure skating extraordinaire Ashley Mowry chose to explore the Byward Market.


  12. Wylie: Two avenues of art, in retrospectRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Kelowna Capital News

    As we get older we start to notice that time is passing more quickly. A year passes in a flash and it used to be a really long interval.


  13. More details on government refugee plan expectedRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | CBC News

    Many details of the logistics of Canada's plan to bring 10,000 more Syrian refugees to this country in the next five weeks still aren't known. Minister for International Development Marie-Claude Bibeau is expected to fill in at least some of the blanks when she speaks in Ottawa today, starting at 1 p.m ET.


  14. Canada's Miss World contestant stopped from reaching pageant in ChinaRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | DNA India

    "The Chinese government has barred me from the competition for political reasons. They are trying to punish me for my beliefs and prevent me from speaking out about human rights issues," Lin said in the statement, prepared before her departure.


  15. Mass market, custom display: Toronto's Nulogy solves the puzzleRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | The Globe and Mail

    Nulogy CEO Jason Tham at a custom-packaging facility: hooking up the cloud and the checkout Nulogy CEO Jason Tham at a custom-packaging facility: hooking up the cloud and the checkout If you've ever steered your shopping cart into one of those cardboard displays in supermarket aisles, snapped up a shrink-wrapped three-pack of detergent from Costco or bought a bottle of something because of the enticing freebie satchel dangling from its neck, you've encountered the strange fruits of the customized packaging industry. Shopify CEO Tobias Lutke says he's "excited" that people and politicians are talking about startups in the federal election campaign.


  16. Canada considering bringing in refugees through Jordanian airportRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | The Globe and Mail

    The Canadian government has approached Jordan about using the country's airport at Marka as the hub of the operation to resettle 25,000 Syrian refugees from their temporary homes around the Middle East to new lives in Canada. The Globe and Mail has learned that one option being considered would see Syrian refugees currently scattered around the region flown to Jordan once they are approved for resettlement.


  17. Agencies retool in wake of Syrian plan launchRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Chilliwack Times

    Thousands of Syrian refugees will learn they may have a chance at a new life in Canada from a beep on their mobile phone. A simple text message from the United Nations asking if they'd be interested in the Liberal government's resettlement program will start a process of multiple interviews, security screens and health scans.


  18. Taking the Rhodes less travelledRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | McGill Reporter

    A few years ago, he was flunking out of high school in Vancouver's gritty Downtown East Side, a place known more in lurid headlines for needles, prostitution and violent crime than for top-drawer scholars. Today, Kazumi Fraser Hoshino-Macdonald is looking forward to entering Oxford University next September as McGill's 139th Rhodes Scholar, preparing to pursue a Master's degree in Development Studies, as he continues to train his agile mind on how city-states like Singapore have blasted their way to prominence despite a lack of natural resources - looking at the linkages between international relations and international development, with a view to advancing interdisciplinary thinking in development policy.


  19. Bike commuting study finds Ottawa lacking in downtown cycling routesRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Ottawa Citizen

    A cyclist on the Laurier Avenue segregated bike lane, one of just a few designated bike routes in downtown Ottawa. Ottawa bicyclists have easy access to the O-Train but are desperately short of routes to get through the downtown core, according to a new study comparing bike commuting in five Canadian cities.


  20. Grey Cup could help boost Black Friday sales in WinnipegRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | CBC News

    Grey Cup fans, combined with a low Canadian dollar deterring shoppers from crossing the border into the U.S., could mean more cash rolling into Winnipeg malls for Black Friday. Deborah Green, the general manager at Polo Park mall, said she's already seeing an increase in the number of people, including tourists, at the mall.