Canada Travel Newswire (Page 6)

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  1. Vacant Target Canada locations inspire Tumblr pageRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | GlobalNews

    It has been months since Target closed up shop in Canada but the company's presence can still be felt across the country. In all 133 stores were shut down.


  2. Canadians LOVE visiting America, but is the feeling mutual?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | 4 Hoteliers

    When it comes to summer vacation, Canadians clearly love crossing the border into the United States for some much deserved rest and relaxation. But do Americans return the travel love? To find out, hotel search analyzed summer travel interest of both Canadians and Americans, and quickly learned that it's a one-sided relationship.


  3. Local filmmakers to be showcased at Calgary International Film FestivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 |

    The Calgary International Film Festival announced a new slate of films Tuesday, including a few from local filmmakers that will screen at the 12-day event. Homegrown offerings on deck for the Sept.


  4. Catch up: Toronto G20 officer found guilty and other stories you may have missedRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | The Globe and Mail

    Toronto Police Superintendent Mark Fenton, right, stands with his lawyer, Peter Brauti, as they wait for the start of a disciplinary hearing on Aug. 25, 2015. Toronto Police Superintendent Mark Fenton, right, stands with his lawyer, Peter Brauti, as they wait for the start of a disciplinary hearing on Aug. 25, 2015.


  5. Discover wondrous Gros Morne National ParkRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | The London Free Press

    The Woody Point Lighthouse is a beautiful spot on the shores of Bonne Bay in Gros Morne National Park. GROS MORNE NATIONAL PARK, NEWFOUNDLAND & LABRADOR My final day in this wondrous corner of the world dawns hot and muggy, lending a distinctly tropical feel to the air.


  6. Great Deal on Ireland Travel: $899 For 6 Nights With GreatValueVacations.comRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | PR Log

    Aug. 25, 2015 - PRLog -- If Ireland has been on your bucket list, there's never been a better time to check it off than with this GreatValueVacations' deal to Ireland for just $899 per person for 6 nights! The Ireland B&B with Dromoland Castle and Dublin City vacation is wonderful for both first-time visitors to the country as well as those who want to go exploring out in the countryside. It provides the perfect combination of Irish experiences including time spent in the popular and hip city of Dublin, a stay at a genuine Irish castle in five-star accommodations, and Ireland Bed and Breakfast vouchers so you can go off exploring the parts of the country that are of most interest to you.


  7. Winnipeg Dental Practice Renovates Office, Welcomes General DentistRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | Market Wire

    Avant Dental Care, a comprehensive Winnipeg dental practice with five locations, has renovated one of its dental offices and hired a new general dentist trained in all aspects of dentistry. Dr. Saba Naghipur, who most recently served communities in northern Manitoba, will join the staff at the newly renovated Broadway Dental Centre, 640 Broadway.


  8. A brief history of high fashion kicksRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | CNN

    Has any garment enjoyed a more impressive rise than the once-humble sneaker? From fitness shoe to high-fashion staple, the sneaker's ascent reflects some of the most significant pop-culture developments of the last few decades -- from the impact of advertising and mass production, to the influence of hip-hop and the NBA. Until October 4, visitors will be able to trace this history at The Rise of Sneaker Culture , a traveling exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum exploring its history and cultural significance.


  9. Paris off the beaten trackRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 |

    So youve been to Paris countless times, and the thrill of Notre Dame, Eiffel Tower, Louvre and MusA e d'Orsay is wearing thin. The City of Lights is an endless moveable feast, and even if you're just stopping off on your way to another destination, there are plenty of gems hidden off the beaten track for those who have been there, done that.


  10. Goldeyes post comeback win in QuebecRead the original story

    Tuesday Aug 25 | My

    On Monday night in Quebec, Goldeyes starter Matt Jackson was pitching on just three days rest. He grinded out six innings for his team and lasted long enough for his offence to give him some help.


  11. The frantic 24 hours ahead of Duffy's payment-plan declarationRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 21 | Globe and Mail

    In less than 24 hours, Prime Minister Stephen Harper's top aides were expected to be heading into the weekend with the worst of the Mike Duffy affair behind them. On the evening of Thursday, Feb. 21, 2013, Mr. Harper's then chief of staff, Nigel Wright, approved a statement that had been drafted by a small handful of officials in the Prime Minister's Office.


  12. With RESPs, more investment risk makes sense: MayersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 17 |

    This example of the math uses a compound interest calculator and assumes a family contributes $2,500 a year to an RESP for 18 years. The family gets another 20 per cent, or $500, from Ottawa, for a total of contribution of $3,000 a year.


  13. GO Transit adds train trips in Brampton, bolsters bus service to PearsonRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 18, 2014 | GlobalNews

    GO Transit announced Tuesday it will add 14 new train trips to and from Mount Pleasant GO Station in Brampton to bolster its off-peak midday service hours. The additional trains will begin operation on Sept.


  14. Unique Venues Fall Magazine Tells the Story of How Planners are Covered When Disaster StrikesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | PRWeb

    A new story called "In Case Of Emergency," details how three campuses quickly reacted to save the day for onsite groups and conferences when unexpected disaster hit. The article appears in the brand-new Fall issue, just in time for programming back-to-school conferences and events.


  15. Ashley Madison hauled to court in class action suits over data breachRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | PC World

    Legal pressure on Ashley Madison and its parent company is picking up with more class-action lawsuits filed this week in the U.S. against the extramarital hookup site, alleging its negligence in protecting confidential user data. Suits filed in federal courts in California and Texas by people using John Doe as a pseudonym, claim for damages, alleging that Avid Life Media, the parent company based in Toronto, did not have adequate and reasonable measures to secure the data of users from being compromised, and failed to notify users in time of the breach.


  16. Conrad Jean Tournament a successRead the original story

    Monday Aug 24 | The St Paul Journal

    Jimmy Dunham managed to get some excellent contact on the ball with his bat during a Sunday morning game against St. Albert at St. Paul Baseball Diamond No.1 The St. Paul baseball diamonds was the backdrop for a great weekend of solid slo-pitch baseball, laughs and tremendous sportsmanship. A total of nine teams from across Alberta and Saskatchewan, featuring the athletic talents of Special Olympics athletes, came to participate in the Conrad Jean Slo-Pitch tournament on Saturday and Sunday.


  17. According to a survey, 43% of Vancouverites are likely to rent out their suites. File photoRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | 24 Hours

    A recent survey finds four in 10 Vancouverites who own detached homes are likely to rent out a suite - the highest percentage in the region - and the suggestion is that high prices of ownership could have something to do with it. Home insurance company Square One Insurance Services conducted the survey among 1,679 homeowners in the province over six months this year and found on average 26% of owners were likely to rent out a suite.


  18. Haryana CM woos Canadian investors with his `single roof' policyRead the original story

    Monday Aug 24 | Nerve News

    " In the charter, we demanded that the CM introduce a state NRI card on the lines of Gujarat and create an NRI/PIO department on the lines of Punjab. Haryana NRIs want guarantees of security about their properties.


  19. Whistler Regatta sets sailRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | Madison Publishing

    Over 70 sailors took to the water on Alta Lake as part of the 2015 Whistler Regatta last weekend . Photo by Vince Shuley Over 70 sailors took to the water on Alta Lake as part of the 2015 Whistler Regatta last weekend .


  20. VIFF 2015: Arts films span the range from Argentine dance to the Group of SevenRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | The Georgia Straight

    The 2015 Vancouver International Film Festival has unveiled a slew of arts-related titles, all documentaries except the biopic Anton Chekov-1890. In Painted Land: In Search of the Group of Seven , filmmaker Phyllis Ellis chronicles the efforts of three adventurers who travel to the sites that inspired Canada's Group of Seven.