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  1. U.S. customs preclearance being discussed for Toronto Island and Quebec City airportsRead the original story w/Photo

    31 min ago | National Post

    The Liberal government is looking to add U.S. customs preclearance to the Toronto Island and Quebec City airports, a move that would open up more direct flights and destinations for travellers heading to the United States.


  2. Winnipeg's forgotten luxury rail hotelRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | My

    The Royal Alexandra Hotel was built on the northeast corner of Higgins and Main in Winnipeg in 1905, with a 1915 expansion. It's not much to look at now, and it's hard to imagine it ever was.


  3. Trudeau hires decision-making expert to aid Prime Minister's OfficeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 4 | Globe and Mail

    During the October election, Gerald Butts, the Prime Minister's principal secretary, took a pause in the campaign to tweet a picture of a book on forecasting the future that he was buying at McGill University. Mr. Butts has now hired one of the authors of that book to help the Prime Minister's Office make better decisions.


  4. Rona sale reduces our retail footprintRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | My

    With all the chatter and debate about reducing carbon footprints, I'm wondering if it might be time to consider reducing our 'retail' footprint in Canada. The past 12 months has seen some spectacular retail failures, most notably the decision by the Target chain to pack up and head home.


  5. An In-Depth Look at the RendezVous LeBreton BidRead the original story

    8 hrs ago | Silver Seven

    Now that we've had a bit more time with the public unveiling of the bids, here's a closer look at one of the bids. We've had a little more than a week with the unveiled LeBreton bids, and now that the initial reactions are over, it's time to look a little more closely at the bids.


  6. Actor Meegwun Fairbrother dreams his story to lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Thunder Bay's Source

    "The truth about stories is, that's all we are." Thomas King, author THUNDER BAY -- Meegwun Fairbrother belongs to his story like he's dreaming it out loud.


  7. In Fort McMurray, anxiety and hope as oil woes deepenRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Toronto Star

    The lobby, once a popular spot with visiting geologists, engineers and oil industry managers, is also deserted, except for front desk clerk Mary Anne Guray. She came here from the Philippines eight years ago as a nanny.


  8. Tom French: New four-lane highway needed in north countryRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Watertown Daily Times

    Massena recently caught a break with the announcement of a three-and-a-half year respite before Alcoa will again hold out its hand for some type of corporate welfare. As a teacher in Massena and resident of St. Lawrence County, I share the feeling of many that it's only a matter of time before Alcoa cuts the cord and leaves.


  9. Rumored Apple Stores: NYC, LA, Toronto, Paris and MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | MacRumors

    Apple's retail expansion efforts over the past few years have primarily focused on China, where it has opened over 15 new stores since the start of 2015. Over that time, the company has only opened 7 new retail stores outside of the China region, including two locations in New York City and one in Abu Dhabi, Brussels, Dubai, Sao Paulo, and Miranda, a suburb of Sydney, Australia.


  10. The lost observation decks of TorontoRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | BlogTO

    Toronto was once a city that boasted numerous observation decks where the public could gaze upon the city from the perspective of a god. These days you'll either have to shell out some decent coin or be more enterprising if you want to gain access to these types of places.


  11. Alert: A feat of engineering sustained by a feat of logisticsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Toronto Star

    For more than 50 years, Canada has maintained a presence in Alert, starting as a weather station in the early 1950s, then evolving into a signals and intelligence post with a still-secret mission. Canadian military outpost Alert is the most northern permanently inhabited place in the world.


  12. LIVE: Performance, Poutine, Pride: Festival D' t De Qu bec 2014, Day 1Read the original story

    Jul 9, 2014 | Filter-Mag

    Festival d't de Qubec might not be the most well-known on the crowded and competitive summer music festival calendar, but considering it's been around for forty-six years, sees more than a million visitors each year, and is home to the biggest outdoor stage in North America - take that, Coachella! - it's clearly doing something right. We went straight to the source to find out why.


  13. Jefferson native rides mountain bike across the countryRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | White Lake Beacon

    While setting out to see a lengthy stretch of American soil was Cam Thurmond's ultimate goal, the 25-year-old got so much more than that out of the nearly 3,000-mile mountain bike ride. It took running out of water in the desert, scorching southwestern sun beating down on his dehydrated body.


  14. Snow removal - more precisely, lack of snow removal - carries hidden costsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | CBC News

    After a particularly snowy morning with difficult road conditions, a few preschool parents discussed the mess as they dropped off their kids. A teacher, born in Winnipeg, jumped in.


  15. Take A Cruise Through Canada This YearRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | BellaOnline

    Now is an excellent time to start planning a Canadian Maritimes cruise. These scenic sailings offer appealing shore excursions to match a wide range of interests, from history and natural wonders to culinary delights.


  16. From Cuddles to Coach Cudmore: Veteran rugby forward helps from the sidelinesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Yorkton This Week & Enterprise

    Rugby Canada team member Jamie Cudmore carries the ball at the team's practice facility in Burnaby, B.C., on June, 3, 2014. Hard-nosed forward Jamie Cudmore has always led on the rugby field.


  17. N.S. going for green on world golf stageRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Chronicle Herald

    Cape Breton's Cabot Cliffs golf course trumped The Donald's Ferry Point course in New York as Golf Digest's pick as the Best New Course in North America for 2015 and The Links at Brunello in Timberlea grabbed third spot in this prestigious ranking to give Nova Scotia two impressive attention getters on the international golf scene. It only opened for play in July but Cabot Cliffs this week cracked the top 20 of Golf Digest's 100 best courses in the world.


  18. Megaphono festival underway in Ottawa: pics & report from day 1 w/ The Acorn, Emilie & Ogden, moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | Brooklynvegan

    The second annual Megaphono music festival kicked off earlier this week in Ottawa, Canada. Focusing on the Ottawa music scene, the industry event has brought delegates from North America and abroad in a large swath of capacities from booking agents to publicists, managers to music publishers.


  19. 10 restaurants in Vancouver serving special menus for Valentine's Day 2016Read the original story

    Friday Feb 5 | The Georgia Straight

    February can be a stressful month for some people because the second Sunday is widely conceived as the day to make a dreamy gesture for your significant other. With less than two weeks to plan for a special Valentine's Day lunch or dinner out in town, we've saved you the hassle of scavenging the web to find the perfect spot for a romantic meal.


  20. Variety Club Telethon turns 50Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 |

    From all you can drink and eat parties to free, surround-sound, big screen viewing, Vancouver bars have you covered when it comes to watching the Super Bowl. "He said, 'Harry Howard's putting together a group to apply for a charter for Variety Club, and you should be part of it,'" recounts Peters, now 89. "I had heard of Variety Club and all the work , so I fired off a cheque."