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  1. Cuba. Take an extra suitcase ... leave much-needed medicines and lifesaving gearRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 16, 2009 | Canada.com

    The doctor looked tired and a bit wary. Here she was at the end of what must have been a long shift at the Policlinico Universitario Aguacate, confronted by two obviously foreign visitors trying to press on her a suitcase brimming with drugs and medical supplies.

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  2. Shocked Swinson feels for clubmates who didn't make the final cutRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Evening Times

    Tim Swinson, of Glasgow Warriors, is announced as part of the Scotland Rugby Squad for the 2015 Rugby World Cup. Picture: SNS GLASGOW Warriors lock forward Tim Swinson said he felt for his clubmates who didn't make the cut after celebrating his shock recall to the Scotland World Cup squad.

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  3. Bison Football starts on the roadRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | My Manitoba.com

    The Manitoba Bisons begins their 2015 Canada West football season on the road against the Saskatchewan Huskies with kickoff on Friday, September 4 at 8 p.m. CT. The game will also be televised live as Canada West Shaw Game of the Week and radio broadcast can be heard on 101.5 UMFM .

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  4. Toby the dog's kindness tour stops in CalgaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 1 | CBC News

    Toby the dog was on hand to supervise the cleanup of Shaganappi Park - the first Calgary engagement on his cross-country Million Acts of Kindness tour. Members of Calgary's Evolutionary Business Council donated their time to pick up dog waste and cleanup garbage from the park in southwest Calgary.

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  5. Amazing Race Canada exit interview: Brian and Cynthia were 'there to win'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | Canada.com

    CTV Cynthia and Brian Boyd take a minute at the Mallick Flower Market in Kolkata, India during The Amazing Race Canada. The married police officers from Winnipeg were the latest team to be eliminated from the series.

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  6. Why hard hats are everywhere on the campaign trailRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 1 | MacLeans

    Conservative leader Stephen Harper speaks during a campaign stop at a steel manufacturer in Burlington, Ont., on Tuesday, September 1, 2015. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld Hard-hat backdrops are everywhere on the campaign trail.

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  7. Shocked Swinson the surprise name as Cotter keeps squad out of their comfort zonesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 1 | Sunday Herald

    Scotland's Tim Swinson is announced as part of the Scotland Rugby Squad for the 2015 Rugby World Cup. Picture: SNS SOMETIMES the announcement of a squad for a major tournament can be almost as dramatic as the matches themselves.

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  8. Palestine Enters 'The Wanted 18a 2 into Foreign-Language Oscar RaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 1 | Cartoon Brew

    A partially stop-motion animated film about a herd of cows and "lactivists" considered to be a national security threat, Amer Shomali and Paul Cowans's The Wanted 18 has been submitted to the 88th Academy Awards for competition in the Foreign Language Film category. While final nominations aren't announced until January 2016, the foreign language category is considered an award for the submitting country as a whole, and accepted by the winning film's director.

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  9. Winnipeg's busy summer saw high tourism numbersRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 1 | GlobalNews

    Between the warm weather and dozens of events happening around the city, it was a recipe for a good summer. From the CMHR to the zoo, Winnipeg's biggest hot spots saw an increase in numbers from last year.

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  10. Going up: Canadian patents an 'elevator' to spaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 1 | Canada.com

    The final part of the 20km-tall space elevator platform recently patented by Thoth Technology of Pembroke, Ont. is shown in this artist's concept.

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  11. Closing the loopRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 1 | Waterloo Chronicle

    The new Tesla Model S electric cars silently snuck up on those waiting to test drive them last Thursday at Wildcraft Grill Bar in Waterloo, the lack of engine noise adding to its stealth. But while the sleek new sedans were silent, the crowd of electric car enthusiasts roared their approval of the new model and the unveiling of a new Tesla Destination Charging station at the popular Waterloo restaurant.

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  12. Urban foragers enjoy Vancouver's bountyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 1 | Vancouver Courier

    Bryce Watts, co-founder and president of the Forager Foundation, checks out salal berries in Stanley Park. Photo: Dan Toulgoet.

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  13. Kim Kushner's 'The New Kosher' features time-saving recipesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 1 | Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal

    She knows that isn't what most people expect to hear from a teacher and cookbook author, but as a working mother of two she's just being honest. Life is busy, dinnertime is full of distractions, and cooking takes time she doesn't always have.

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  14. Annapolis Royal is a cute town in Nova Scotia near the Bay of Fundy. Jim Byers PhotoRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 1 | 24 Hours

    Canadians, for the most part, live busy lives. Most of us reside in big cities with big traffic jams and big noise and big headaches.

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  15. Longtime Canadian soccer commentator Graham Leggat dies at 81Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 1 | The Globe and Mail

    The former Scotland striker was best known in Canada as a commentator and host on TSN from 1986 to 2000. He began his broadcasting career covering Olympic and World Cup soccer competition with CBC in 1974.

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  16. Top Labour Day getaways across CanadaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 1 | The London Free Press

    Canadians, for the most part, live busy lives. Most of us reside in big cities with big traffic jams and big noise and big headaches.

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  17. Jewish society gets money to research Klondike Gold Rush historyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 31 | CBC News

    'A good father and a faithful friend' reads this tombstone for Solomon Packer who died in 1915 and was buried in the Jewish Cemetery in Dawson City. The group that uncovered a small gold rush-era Jewish cemetery in Dawson City, almost two decades ago, has received money to do further research on the people buried there, as well as the influence the Jewish community had on the world outside of Dawson.

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  18. Hate gin? try it againRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | Squamish Chief

    Gin is flavoured vodka. Gasp! Yes, it is true. Gin, by definition is a white spirit containing juniper as well as a number of other traditional and less traditional botanicals.

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  19. Calgary's cowboys, mountains and PrideRead the original story

    Monday Aug 10 | Xtra!

    There's more to Calgary than the old stereotype of cowboys and oil barons. But if your tastes run to cowboys, you'll find plenty of those, too.

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  20. MoreRead the original story

    Monday Aug 31 | Art Daily

    The National Gallery of Canada Foundation announced the launch of the Benefactors Initiative aimed at attracting major bequests in support of the National Gallery of Canada. Under this Initiative, major bequests will be recognized as intended gifts confirmed in the estate plans of donors and will form a vital part of the future patrimony of the Gallery.

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