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  1. Reevely: $2B in public money later, we still await Pan Am feverRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 2 | Ottawa Citizen

    A NEW MEANING TO 'RUNNING FOR OFFICE'? Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne, centre, takes part in a warm up routine with 400-metre runner Jenna Martin-Evans, left, and 100-metre sprinter Sam Effah. The premier visited members of Canada's track and field team at the Pan Am athlete's village in Toronto on Thursday.

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  2. BC Bike Race Day 4 - Sechelt to LangdaleRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 2 | Bike Magazine

    Elevation gain: 1,630m Total distance: 50km Top Male: Spencer Paxson Top Female: Katerina Nash Full results Cumulative results Day Four began in Sechelt with a beautiful rendition of "Oh Canada" in celebration of Canada Day. That was followed up by a sasquatch with a mean guitar solo, showing that truly, anything can happen at the BC Bike Race.

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  3. Reevely: $2B in public money later, we still await Pan Am feverRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 2 | Canada.com

    Vancouver rang in Canada Day with fireworks Wednesday night, which means your Instagram feed is going to be nothing but fireworks for the next twenty-four hours. Vancouver Sun readers also submitted photos of the event.

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  4. The top weekend events in Toronto: July 3-5Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 2 | BlogTO

    Weekend events in Toronto are the perfect way to get back into the holiday spirit after returning to work post-Canada Day. Food events Taste of Toronto and Taste of Lawrence will whet your appetite with dishes from Toronto's top restaurants.

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  5. Dancing on the Edge festival moves across boundariesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 2 | The Georgia Straight

    For insight into how widely contemporary dance is being defined these days, head down to the Dancing on the Edge festival. Live music, text, visual art, and film: it's all making its way into the works this year in pieces that push the boundaries of the form-that is, if boundaries even exist anymore.

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  6. Q&A: Lawrence Hill talks his appointment to the Order of CanadaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 2 | CBC News

    Hamilton author Lawrence Hill, author of "The Book of Negroes," will be recognized as a member of the Order of Canada. This year's list of appointees to the Order of Canada is out, and among those being given the country's second highest honour is author and activist Lawrence Hill.

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  7. Proud to have a piece of the flagRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 2 | Waterloo Chronicle

    In 1964, armed with a beige Singer sewing machine, Joan O'Malley sewed the first red maple leaf flag ever flown. The official version of Canada's new flag was flown for the first time in public on Feb. 15, 1965 at Parliament Hill.

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  8. Federal Building aims to be Alberta's newest tourist attractionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 2 | Edmonton Journal

    The legislature has closed its old underground gift shop for a new one that's flashier and more high-profile in the newly renovated Federal Building, Video by John Lucas, Edmonton Journal. EDMONTON - The Federal Building may be best known for controversy surrounding its politically charged, $403-million renovation, but Brian Hodgson believes the new visitor centre inside the restored provincial office building will soon become a favourite stop for tourists and locals.

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  9. Summer Festivals: Montr al & Qu bec CityRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 2 | Budget Travel

    Architecture, Art + Culture, Art + Culture, Festivals, Food + Drink, Historical Travel, Literary Travel, Markets and Bazaars, Music and Dancing, Nightlife, Pop Culture and Travel, Public Art, Shopping, MontrA al, Quebec City, Food + Drink We've got Canada on the brain , especially after hearing about these three festivals happening this summer just a 90-minute flight from NYC.

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  10. The weirdly competitive world of online mattress startupsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 2 | Canadian Business Magazine

    Casper, the New York-based online mattress retailer, announced recently that it raised $55-million from investors , including Leonardo DiCaprio, Tobey Maguire, and Adam Levine. Some of the financing will be used for international expansion, including in Canada, where Casper started shipping last fall.

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  11. Cunard Celebrates 175th Anniversary in Halifax, Nova Scotia on 10 July 2015Read the original story

    Thursday Jul 2 | Canada NewsWire

    Milestone Occasion Marked in "Ancestral Home" of Cunard with the participation of Southwest Properties, Waterfront Development, the Canadian Maritime Heritage Foundation, Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, the Royal Canadian Navy, Canadian Cadet Organizations, and the Halifax Port Authority 175th Anniversary celebration debuts First Annual Samuel Cunard Prize for Vision, Courage and Creativity with Inaugural Recipient James D. Irving Cunard will mark the milestone anniversary with a series of commemorative events, beginning with a special outdoor ceremony on the community will be in attendance as a part of the new public space of the future waterfront development will be named in honour of Cunard.

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  12. Questions hover over Air Canada subsidiary Rouge on second anniversaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 2 | The Toronto Star

    In its short life, Rouge has been credited with giving Air Canada a financial boost and shaking up the country's airline industry, but at least one analyst says the parent company may be digging itself into a hole with its expansion strategy. By stuffing its planes with more seats and paying lower wages, the airline subsidiary has dramatically cut costs and provided a travel alternative for consumers who don't mind sacrificing space for cheaper prices.

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  13. 10 GTA restaurants for feel-good French friesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 2 | DurhamRegion.com

    Menu Palace is the Toronto and surrounding area's top restaurant guide for hand-cut fries to enjoy on National French Fries Day this July 13. While French fries are popular on menus worldwide, the golden strips of goodness originated in 17th century Belgium, where small fried fish was a common meal. During parts of the year when fishing was limited, fried sliced potatoes were served as a replacement, giving rise to the humble yet satisfying French fry.

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  14. Eating wild in Whistler's backyardRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 2 | Pique News Magazine

    Wild Chef Bryce Watts, founder of the Forager Foundation, talks about the medicinal properties of salal leaves on a recent food foraging tour. Eating local has never been easier with innumerable elite chefs and top restaurants priding themselves on sourcing their ingredients from as close as possible.

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  15. Real-life fairytales! From the castles of Frozen and Tangled to...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 2 | Mail on Sunday

    From hell on earth to eerie beauty: Amazing pictures of the world's most incredible landscapes which featured in Environmental Photographer of the Year 'I'm sorry men didn't f*** her': British woman raising money for children's charity forced to abandon solo kayak challenge in Russia after receiving 'very sinister' threats Paris to get first skyscraper in 40 years... but not everyone is happy with plans for 600ft high 'Tour Triangle' How theme parks make you fit: Infographic reveals how just WALKING around Walt Disney World burns 1558 calories Own a da Vinci masterpiece: Italian villa decorated by Leonardo goes on sale in Tuscany Penis peppers and vulva flowers: How Barcelona shops are trying to lure in tourists with 'rude seeds' that grow into erotically-shaped fruit 'There were too many beautiful women', 'the pool had a no-nudity policy' and 'the maid kept the room too clean: The most ... (more)

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  16. Seas of red and white at festivitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 2 | The Winnipeg Free Press

    There were seas of red and white at many of Winnipeg's regular hot spots as people celebrated the nation's 148th birthday in style. At Shaw Park -- the home of the Goldeyes baseball team -- an estimated 3,580 people in red and white T-shirts, courtesy of the Downtown Winnipeg BIZ, took to the field to form a living Canadian flag.

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  17. SiteseeingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 2 | The Winnipeg Free Press

    AFTER being commissioned to do his largest public mural to date on a private building in downtown Detroit -- not to mention a huge, career-spanning exhibit of his works at the impressive Library Street Collective -- street artist, clothing entrepreneur and provocateur Shepard Fairey has been targeted by police in the city for a series of unauthorized public displays of his OBEY-inspired artwork.

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  18. Toronto Argonauts prep for "home-opener" in Fort McMurray against EskimosRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Yorkton This Week & Enterprise

    Toronto Argonauts kicker Swayze Waters and long-snapper Jake Reinhart set their hotel-room alarm for 2 a.m. their first night in Fort McMurray, Alta. "We were going to try and get a look at the northern lights," Waters said Friday.

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  19. Oregonians celebrate first day of legal marijuanaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | The Oregonian

    Employees and customers at Main Street Marijuana in Vancouver talk to The Oregonian/OregonLive about crossing the border to buy pot and bring it home. Steve Martinez usually would think twice before driving around Portland with a couple of starter marijuana plants in his car.

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  20. How to celebrate Canada Day like a CanadianRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Sunset Magazine

    Oh Canada, how we take thee for granted! You're like that polite neighbor in the upstairs apartment who tip-toes after dark and never asks for her Tupperware back. You gave us the pacemaker, the Wonderbra, and Justin Bieber and have we ever once thanked you? Well today is your 148th birthday and we want to do just that.

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