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17 February 2017 17:30:30 Home Stories
Two special events are taking place in Ontario this weekend including Family Day on Monday and the Canadian International Auto show at the Toronto's Metro Convention Centre. Full article on Holiday originated in Alberta in 1990
Alle News 17 February 2017 17:30:30
1.0258031 10 November 2015 17:25:30 Halton-News (from http://rss.metroland.com)
Man charged for murder in 25-year-old Toronto cold case: police
Alle News 10 November 2015 17:25:30
0.787083 05 August 2015 20:29:58 Home Stories
For the past 50 years - long before industrial design became an artform - the Georgian Bay Steam & Gas Association has held its Georgian Bay Steam Show & Family Farm Demonstration, to preserve, share and celebrate the farming technologies that helped build Canada's agricultural sector.
Alle News 05 August 2015 20:29:58
0.787083 11 July 2015 23:57:20 Simcoe County-News (from http://rss.metroland.com)
Events held in Kanesatake commemorate 25 year anniversary of the Oka crisis
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0.69499457 07 July 2015 17:10:38 Durham Region-News (from http://rss.metroland.com)
1990 Oka Crisis: events inspired native movements around the world
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0.68869764 23 March 2015 14:39:09 Home Stories
National attention has been focused on the Alberta community of Tabor in recent weeks for a bylaw that bans spitting and swearing, but similar municipal legislation was instituted in Petrolia 25 years ago, one aimed at lowering the noise level in the Lambton County town.
Alle News 23 March 2015 14:39:09
0.68869764 10 February 2015 14:30:29 Edmonton Journal - News
After 69 years in its old brick building, the Edmonton Journal took up residence in new quarters alongside the old building on 101st Street and Macdonald Drive. “This is a big move for us,” Journal publisher Donald Babick said. “It provides us with a better environment, which will help us to function better.”
Alle News 10 February 2015 14:30:29
0.68869764 02 January 2015 19:15:39 Home Stories
Setting records, and then breaking them, runs in the Koopmans clan.
Alle News 02 January 2015 19:15:39
0.59031224 27 May 2014 14:17:51 Calgary Herald - News
When it opens its doors in spring of 2016, the National Music Centre will offer visitors a treasure trove of lore from our country’s musical past. On the Jamie Hill and Tammy-Lynn Powers stage, songwriters, musicians and dancers are certain to create even more stories for generations to come.
Alle News 27 May 2014 14:17:51
0.59031224 14 May 2014 04:55:06 Edmonton Journal - News
Alberta’s New Democratic Party is heading into its first leadership race since 2003, and at least five people are seriously considering a bid for the top job. Leader Brian Mason announced April 29 he will step down as party leader at a convention scheduled for Oct. 19 in Edmonton.
Alle News 14 May 2014 04:55:06
0.59031224 29 April 2014 07:40:07 Calgary Herald - News
A 56-year-old former Calgary man, now blind, has admitted that he broke into the home of a young woman 24 years ago, gagged and confined the victim, then raped her on her bed while holding a weapon to her back. Gerald Raymond Clark, 56, pleaded guilty on Monday through lawyer Patrick Flynn on the first day of a scheduled three-week trial. He pleaded guilty to sexual assault, break and enter to commit sexual assault and unlawful confinement in the case that was solved just two years ago by DNA advances.
Alle News 29 April 2014 07:40:07