Canada Newswire (Page 11)

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  1. The Largest Conventional Geared Bulk Carrier in the Canadian Domestic Fleet Now Operating for CSLRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 27 | Newkerala.com

    MONTREAL, Aug. 27, 2017 /PRNewswire/ - Earlier this year, Canada Steamship Lines welcomed M.V. Ferbec, a 49,502 DWT conventional geared bulk carrier equipped with four cranes and grabs, which is now fully operational in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence. The vessel, which previously operated in CSL's Australian fleet as CSL Melbourne, is the largest vessel of its type in the Canadian domestic shipping market.

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  2. McCarville entering Pre Trials, playdownsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 27 | The Chronicle-Journal

    Thunder Bay skip Krista McCarville and her Northern Ontario women's curling championship rink will compete in three cashspiels this fall as a tune-up for the Olympic Pre Trials and the Scotties Tournament of Hearts. McCarville, third Kendra Lilly, second Ashley Sippala and lead Sarah Potts announced their competitive schedule on Friday.

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  3. Guns N' Roses gets ready to rock ReginaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 27 | CBC News

    ... the more than 36,000 that the stadium holds in its regular seating. (Alex Soloducha/CBC) Bud Wandrei from Live Nation Canada said he's toured in Canada since 1977 and has been to Regina several times with acts including Paul McCartney and AC/DC. ...

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  4. Industry Mobilizes for HaitiRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 27 | CSP

    ... each time customers add a donation of $1 or more to their purchase at any of the 625 outlets in Quebec and Atlantic Canada, Couche-Tard/Circle K will match the donation, with all proceeds going to the Red Cross. And from January 16-24 Mac's ...

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  5. DFO confirms Witless Bay oil slick from American fishing shipRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 25 | CBC News

    ... d. The Canadian Coast Guard is monitoring the situation with assistance from the Canadian Wildlife Service. Transport Canada is also investigating.

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  6. CNE 2017: Why is there no hip-hop at the Bandshell?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 25 | Now Toronto

    ... a few exceptions, the lineup still overwhelmingly skews male. "I have offered to host a meeting with Women In Music [Canada] so they can come down to the CNE, do a walk about, look at all the different stages and we can work with them to put ...

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  7. Research company touts camelina as the nextaRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 24 | The Western Producer

    Grushcow, who founded a software company that was sold to Microsoft in 1991, is convinced camelina will be the next Cinderella crop in Western Canada.a There's only about 5,000 acres of camelina in Saskatchewan this year, but Grushcow envisions a much larger number in the near future.a "I think there's going to be an explosion in acres in a couple of years," said Grushcow, founder and president of Smart Earth Seeds in Saskatoon.a Smart Earth Seeds is a camelina breeding and production company that develops new varieties of camelina and contracts farmers to grow the oilseed.

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  8. Khadr to ask court to allow unrestricted contact with sisterRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 6, 2017 | Globe and Mail

    Former Guantanamo Bay detainee Omar Khadr returns to court this week to ask that his bail conditions be eased, including allowing him unfettered contact with his controversial older sister, more freedom to move around Canada, and unrestricted internet access. In support of his request, Khadr notes the conditions originally imposed two years ago were necessary as a graduated integration plan following his 13 years in American and Canadian custody.

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  9. Ottawa rejects expert calls to decriminalize illegal opioidsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 6, 2017 | Globe and Mail

    ... last year's overdose death toll of 231 people. But a spokesperson for federal Health Minister Jane Philpott says Canada is focused on legalizing cannabis not decriminalizing other, more deadly illicit drugs. "Our government is currently working on ...

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  10. Woman arrested after assault in Mount PearlRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 27 | Telegram

    A 30-year-old woman was arrested in Mount Pearl in the early hours of Sunday morning after an assault.

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  11. Protect caribou . . . and thousands of jobsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 27 | The Chronicle-Journal

    Canada's leading forest products companies and the 230,000 people we employ in hundreds of communities across the country are urging the federal government to give serious thought to adjusting the procedures and timing of the Caribou Recovery Strategy to achieve a more balanced and sustainable way forward for all. We believe that the current process could jeopardize thousands of jobs in rural and northern Canada and the well-being of hundreds of communities - while not reaching the important caribou recovery goals that we all want to achieve.

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  12. Named after our leaders: There's a school for (nearly) every prime ministerRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 27 | CBC News

    Joe Clark acknowledges party members' cheers as he wins the Progressive Conservative leadership race in 1976. Clark is the only living former prime minister who has a school named for him in Canada.

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  13. Canada rides to second Bucking & Barrels Pro Can-Am Challenge titleRead the original story

    Sunday Aug 27 | Lethbridge Herald

    While you're it, chalk up a $10,000 cheque for the bullrider from Ponoka thanks to a 90-point ride in the final go-round of the night that also helped Team Canada successfully defend their Bucking & Barrels Pro Can-Am Challenge title. On a familiar bull in Grand Slam and needing anything better than an 84-point ride to nudge fellow Canadian Jacob Gardner of Fort St. John, B.C. out of top spot, Finkbeiner delivered with a 90-point ride that not only sends the Ponoka rider down the road $10,000 richer, but also gives Canada the repeat Can-Am Challenge win over the U.S. thanks to a 67-61 final.

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  14. T-wolves, WolfPack settle nothing in openerRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 27 | Prince George Citizen

    After a shaky opening quarter-hour of their season-opener facing the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Saturday at North Cariboo Field, the UNBC Timberwolves dug in their heels and started defending their turf like junkyard dogs. That led to scoring chances, a few of the Grade-A variety, and they came close to beating their Canada West Conference rivals from Kamloops.

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  15. Allied Properties Real Estate Investment (AP.UN) Earns Market Perform Rating from BMO Capital MarketsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 26 | Daily Political

    ... The Trust is an owner, manager and developer of urban office properties. The Trust operates in nine urban markets in Canada: Toronto, Kitchener, Ottawa, Montreal, Quebec City, Winnipeg, Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver. Receive News & Ratings for ...

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  16. Parents in Surrey, B.C., organize walk to raise awareness of SIDSRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 26 | CBC News

    That's what happened to a couple in Surrey, B.C., five years ago when their six month old son, Azaan Singh Gill, died in his sleep while taking an afternoon nap. On Saturday, Azaan's parents, Tanya and Rob Gill, led a walk in his memory to raise awareness of SIDS and funds for treatment.

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  17. Kootenay Ice prospects heat up on second day of training campRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 26 | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    It may not have been the Kootenay Ice's home opener, but the excitement inside Western Financial Place was palpable on Saturday night. At the end of the second day of training camp, the team's prospects squared off in their first intrasquad scrimmage and the young players were thrilled to show off their skills in a game situation.

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  18. Canadian Henderson shoots 63 to make big move at OttawaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 26 | Texarkana Gazette

    ... in June. She trying to join Jocelyne Bourassa (1973 La Canadienne) as the only Canadians to win an LPGA Tour event in Canada. "The biggest crowds I've ever played in front of, and I know they're all out here for me, so that makes it even more ...

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  19. Stamps down Argos to take over 1st in WestRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 26 | CBC News

    Toronto Argonauts' Jeffrey Finley, left, struggles to reach Calgary Stampeders' QB Bo Levi Mitchell during first half CFL action on Saturday. DaVaris Daniels caught a pair of touchdown passes from Bo Levi Mitchell to lead the Calgary Stampeders to a 23-7 win over the Toronto Argonauts on Saturday.

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  20. Stampeders defence dominant en route to 23-7 win over ArgosRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 26 | CFL.ca

    Defence stole the show on Saturday night at Calgary's McMahon Stadium, where the hometown Stampeders defeated the Toronto Argonauts 23-7. Calgary created pressure on Toronto quarterback Ricky Ray throughout the night, limited its visitors to just three first-half first downs, and simply dominated the line of scrimmage en route to sole possession of first place in the West Division.

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