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  1. Justin “Milky” Duncan – Police update March 28 2016

    Netnewsledger.com - Crime 03.28 / 22:06 www.netnewsledger.com
    THUNDER BAY / FORT WILLIAM FN – The Thunder Bay Police Service and the Ontario Provincial Police report that they have completed their ground search of the targeted areas on the Fort William First Nation which started on Monday. Those searches were in relation to the disappearance of Justin “Milky” Duncan. Thunder Bay Police suspect foul […] The Article Justin “Milky” Duncan – Police update March 28 2016 by James Murray first appeared on …
  2. More than 1,300 tickets issued by Durham police during school zone traffic safety blitz

    Durhamregion.com - Crime 03.28 / 20:04 www.durhamregion.com
    More than 1,300 tickets were issued by Durham police officers conducting a traffic safety blitz in school zones throughout the…
  3. Whitby woman charged after cops find stolen items stashed in shopping mall washroom

    Durhamregion.com - Crime 03.28 / 14:13 www.durhamregion.com
    A search of the suspect’s car resulted in the seizure of crack cocaine and $1,000 worth of merchandise from eight different s…
  4. Police seek man in Loblaws sex assault

    Thestar.com - Crime 03.28 / 13:56 www.thestar.com
    Elderly woman attacked in grocery store on St. Clair Ave.…
  5. A year after Ghomeshi verdict, sexual violence experts see ‘significant advances’

    Thestar.com - Crime 03.28 / 13:56 www.thestar.com
    But advocates and academics also say it’s important not to overstate progress on what remains a challenging and multifaceted p…
  6. Man walks into downtown restaurant with gunshot wound

    Thestar.com - Crime 03.28 / 13:56 www.thestar.com
    A man in his 30s was shot around Adelaide St. E. and Ontario St. at around midnight, said Toronto…
  7. Family of missing Oshawa man believes he was lured from home

    Thestar.com - Crime 03.28 / 13:56 www.thestar.com
    Cameron Bailie disappeared from his home on Jan. 10. Calling it out of character, his sister insists “something was said, or d…
  8. Male shot in Swansea home invasion

    Thestar.com - Crime 03.28 / 13:56 www.thestar.com
    Police say the shooting happened near The Queensway and Windermere Ave. just before 4…
  1. Hip and knee wait times a challenge for Sask health regions: report

    Canada.com - Health 03.28 / 23:57 www.canada.com
    Just three of Saskatchewan’s health regions met benchmark wait times for hip and knee replacement more than 90 per cent of the time in 2016, according to data released Tuesday by the Canadian Institute for Health Information. In the Five Hills and Prairie North health regions, 100 per cent of hip and knee replacement patients…
  2. Walking is medicine? It helped high-risk seniors stay mobile

    Calgaryherald.com - Health 03.28 / 23:23 www.calgaryherald.com
    Simple physical activity -- mostly walking -- helped high-risk seniors stay mobile after disability-inducing ailments even if, at 70 and beyond, they'd long been couch…
  3. The ABC's of constipation

    You think constipation isn't important? If so, an article in the American Journal of Gastroenterology suggests you'd better think again. Annually, in the U.S., 700,000 people are seen in hospital emergency wards for this problem. Since 2006 there's been a shocking 42% increase in constipation, costing 1.6 billion dollars. So what's gone wrong,…
  4. PM highlights money for parks, conservation as U.S. changes course on climate

    OTTAWA - As U.S. President Donald Trump prepared to sign an executive order aimed at reviving the coal industry and rolling back efforts to curtail global warming, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau went for a hike. Tuesday's photo opportunity at Thousand Islands National Park in Gananoque, Ont.,…
  5. Restaurant kids meals are dangerously unhealthy

    Globalnews.ca - Health 03.28 / 21:36 globalnews.ca
    Cheeseburgers, chicken fingers and French fries still reign supreme as kid-friendly food options, but it's only working to their…
  6. Billionaire businessman Jim Pattison gives $75 million to new Vancouver hospital

    VANCOUVER - The campaign to build a new hospital in Vancouver got a $75 million boost on Tuesday from billionaire businessman Jim Pattison. The president and CEO of the Jim Pattison Group made the donation to the St. Paul's Foundation, which called it the largest ever in Canada by a…
  7. A look at recommendations from federal task force on legalizing marijuana

    OTTAWA - The federal Liberal government is expected to introduce legislation to legalize marijuana in two weeks' time. Last November, a federal task force led by former Liberal cabinet minister Anne McLellan issued a report on how best to do it. Here are some highlights from the…
  8. Robin Hood brand of flour recalled for possible E. coli contamination

    OTTAWA - The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is issuing a recall for the Robin Hood brand of all-purpose flour sold in Western Canada due to possible E. coli contamination. In a statement Tuesday, the agency says Smucker Foods of Canada Corp. is recalling 10-kilogram bags of Robin…
  1. Math Success: 6 Ways to Improve Your Child’s Skills

    Canadianfamily.ca - Education & Family 03.29 / 04:08 www.canadianfamily.ca
    As parents in Canada, we know that mathematics is an essential skill for success in the workplace and in life.... The post Math Success: 6 Ways to Improve Your Child’s Skills appeared first on Canadian F…
  2. 17 of Our Best Broccoli Recipes

    Canadianfamily.ca - Education & Family 03.29 / 04:08 www.canadianfamily.ca
    This tree-like vegetable is a veritable powerhouse of nutrients. It helps the digestive, cardiovascular and immune systems, and has anti-inflammatory... The post 17 of Our Best Broccoli Recipes appeared first on Canadian…
  3. Dr. Kevin McCormick Receives Prestigious National Honour From Finland

    Huntingtonu.ca - Education 03.28 / 12:21 huntingtonu.ca
    Dr. Kevin McCormick, the President and Vice-Chancellor of Huntington University, is the recipient of a national Order from Finland, which is considered to be among one of the highest honours the government of Finland can bestow.  This most recent accolade is consistent with Dr. McCormick’s distinguished global reputation, which has garnered him national and international […] The post Dr. Kevin McCormick Receives Prestigious National Honour From Finland appeared first on Huntington Un…
  4. Ambassador of Finland Honoured by Canadian Finnish Institute

    Huntingtonu.ca - Education 03.28 / 12:21 huntingtonu.ca
    Huntington University’s Canadian Finnish Institute (CFI) is kicking off a year of celebration in honour of both Canada and Finland.  Both countries are celebrating milestone anniversaries in 2017 – Canada marks its 150th anniversary of Confederation, while Finland is celebrating 100 years of Independence. At a luncheon held Wednesday, February 22, 2017, Huntington University was […] The post Ambassador of Finland Honoured by Canadian Finnish Institute appeared first on Huntington Univ…
  5. 26 Awesome Asparagus Recipes

    Canadianfamily.ca - Education & Family 03.28 / 12:14 www.canadianfamily.ca
    Asparagus is one of our favourite veggies – how about you? We love this early spring green as it really... The post 26 Awesome Asparagus Recipes appeared first on Canadian F…
  6. Paternal Post Natal Depression: A Personal Story

    Canadianfamily.ca - Education & Family 03.28 / 12:14 www.canadianfamily.ca
    I love my kids. I never want any harm to come to them. I hate being a father. Children require... The post Paternal Post Natal Depression: A Personal Story appeared first on Canadian…
  7. Earth Hour: 29 Ways to Make the Most of an Hour in the Dark (with Kids)

    Canadianfamily.ca - Education & Family 03.24 / 04:06 www.canadianfamily.ca
    The lights will go out on Saturday March 25 at 8:30 pm—for one hour only!—in celebration of Earth Hour, a worldwide grassroots... The post Earth Hour: 29 Ways to Make the Most of an Hour in the Dark (with Kids) appeared first on Canadian Famil…
  1. Cowichan Valley winery rallies to help victims of devastating floods in Peru

    Straight.com - Food 03.28 / 22:13 www.straight.com
    Family that owns Blue Grouse Estate Winery calls Peru home half the year; seeks public's help in aiding flood…
  2. Toronto-based Quantum Coffee to open downtown Vancouver location at BrainStation tech hub

    Straight.com - Food 03.28 / 22:13 www.straight.com
    Toronto-based Quantum Coffee is making its first foray into Vancouver's caffeine…
  3. Over 30 distilleries set to pour spirits at Vancouver’s fourth annual B.C. Distilled Festival

    Straight.com - Food 03.28 / 22:13 www.straight.com
    The event offers imbibers a chance to sample hundreds of locally crafted vodkas, gins, whiskies, and other spirits and…
  4. Downtown Vancouver's Shizen Ya relocates to make room for Japanese taco spot Kurumucho

    Straight.com - Food 03.28 / 22:13 www.straight.com
    While there have been lots of taco places opening up, there have also been some interesting intercultural…
  5. 'How Millennials are ruining salads'; Bon Appetit blasted on social media for 'hand salad'

    Torontosun.com - Food 03.28 / 15:16 www.torontosun.com
    People on social media are trolling Bon Appetit for creating a ridiculous new dining…
  6. Jams Made Easy

    Divine.ca - Food 03.28 / 12:16 divine.ca
    A seasonal checklist for simple, succulent…
  7. Accounting for Food Bloggers: A SimpleTax Filing Tutorial

    CPA and blogger Angela Williams brings us another instalment in her series on accounting for food bloggers. Income, expenses, doing your taxes … they can all send shivers down the spine of even the most experienced cook or restaurant reviewer. But Angela breaks it down and shows us that bookkeeping for your food blog doesn’t have […
  8. How to Food Style Waffles and Pancakes

    As the saying goes, you eat with your eyes first, so it’s important that food bloggers develop their food styling savvy. In our Food Styling series, Lisa Bolton shows you techniques for conveying the stories you want your food to tell. Her advice will help you create food photography that entices readers to make your recipes. This month she [&#…
  1. How it’s possible to be a Christian and still not be ‘saved’

    Christianweek.org - Religion 03.29 / 02:12 christianweek.org
    Growing up evangelical, one of the primary questions we were taught to ask strangers was: “Are you saved?” Or, better yet: “If you died tonight do you know where you’d go?” The concept of being saved was pretty simple, really:...Read More→ The post How it’s possible to be a Christian and still not be ‘saved’ appeared first on Christian…
  2. Critical time, urgent choices

    Lethbridgeherald.com - Religion 03.28 / 23:15 lethbridgeherald.com
    Lent: the last campaign Second of six parts Jacob M. Van Zyl Knowing he had only six months left before his crucifixion, Jesus spent the first three months in Jerusalem and Judea, stretching from the Feast of Tabernacles (in October) to the Feast of Dedication (or Hanukkah, in December). Jesus occasionally accepted invitations to dine The post Critical time, urgent choices appeared first on The Lethbridge Herald - News and Sports from around…
  3. Jesus saved lives by giving his own

    Lethbridgeherald.com - Religion 03.28 / 22:26 lethbridgeherald.com
    Third of six parts Hanukkah, also known as the Festival of Lights or the Feast of Dedication, occurred in winter. It commemorated the rededication of the temple by the Maccabees in 165 BC, after it had been desecrated by the Syrians. Jesus was in Jerusalem for Hanukkah. While walking in Solomon’s Colonnade, some Jews confronted The post Jesus saved lives by giving his own appeared first on The Lethbridge Herald - News and Sports from around…
  4. On who or what do we focus?

    Lethbridgeherald.com - Religion 03.28 / 20:20 lethbridgeherald.com
    Lent: The last campaign First of six parts Jacob M. Van Zyl What would you do if you had only six months to live? Many of us would invest all our energy and money in finding a cure. Some would go on a pleasure spree, enjoying what they can before the end. Others would withdraw The post On who or what do we focus? appeared first on The Lethbridge Herald - News and Sports from around…
  5. Take this cup away from me

    Lethbridgeherald.com - Religion 03.28 / 14:05 lethbridgeherald.com
    Keeping direction Last of three parts Jacob M. Van Zyl Instead of debating issues of national importance during elections, candidates may cause distractions about personal issues, like character flaws and past mistakes of their opponents. Then politics get dirty. When Christ started his official ministry, Satan right away tried to cause distraction about his person, The post Take this cup away from me appeared first on The Lethbridge Herald - News and Sports from around…
  6. Is social media more like reality TV or reality?

    Christianweek.org - Religion 03.28 / 12:23 christianweek.org
    There are still people who think social media is more like reality TV than reality. Usually these are people with an aversion to social media, are unplugged or out of touch, and don’t understand how it works. They are not...Read More→ The post Is social media more like reality TV or reality? appeared first on C…
  7. Learning from embarrassment and finding value in every moment

    Christianweek.org - Religion 03.28 / 12:23 christianweek.org
    When looking back over your life, have there ever been moments when you reflect on something you once believed and you immediately experience a degree of disdain over the fact that you actually believed it, even to the brink of...Read More→ The post Learning from embarrassment and finding value in every moment appeared first on…
  8. Reaching out to the despised

    Lethbridgeherald.com - Religion 03.28 / 12:23 lethbridgeherald.com
    Lent: the last campaign Fourth of six parts Jacob M. Van Zyl After raising Lazarus from the dead, Jesus had about two months left before his execution in Jerusalem. He moved north in the mountain country, turned east near Galilee, and then proceeded south in the Jordan Valley towards Jericho. Important truths were conveyed by The post Reaching out to the despised appeared first on The Lethbridge Herald - News and Sports from around…
  1. The Maclean’s Bestsellers list: Week of Mar. 26

    Macleans.ca - Books 03.29 / 01:56 www.macleans.ca
    From Neil Gaiman to Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, these are the hottest fiction and non-fiction titles of the week The post The Maclean’s Bestsellers list: Week of Mar. 26 appeared first on…
  2. Canada 150: Canadian nationalism a recurring theme for acclaimed author Guy Vanderhaeghe

    Canada.com - Books 03.28 / 23:57 www.canada.com
    Known for his honest, captivating writing, Guy Vanderhaeghe turned his love of history into books encompassing the essence of Saskatchewan and the people who have called it home. Born on April 5, 1951, in Esterhazy, Vanderhaeghe credits the community as the place where he awoke to the idea of Canadian nationalism, which would become a common theme throughout his writing.…
  3. Six staff lose jobs in Moose Jaw regional libraries due to provincial budget cuts

    Canada.com - Books 03.28 / 21:23 www.canada.com
    Moose Jaw’s Palliser Regional Library has laid off six people, a result of the provincial government’s budget cuts to…
  4. How crop monocultures are threatening our food supply

    Macleans.ca - Books 03.28 / 20:32 www.macleans.ca
    Parasites and pathogens are becoming resistant to pesticides and herbicides, and climate change means an influx of new pests The post How crop monocultures are threatening our food supply appeared first on…
  5. A brief history of forceps and childbirth, from the author of The Midwife of Venice

    Canada.com - Books 03.28 / 18:51 www.canada.com
    Roberta Rich: How would a conventional, religious, unworldly Jewish woman come up with a notion that history books contend was not invented until many years…
  6. A Herculean effort: Hannah Tinti’s The Twelve Lives of Samuel Hawley is that rare thing – a thriller with heart

    Canada.com - Books 03.28 / 18:51 www.canada.com
    Ron Charles: This is the ancient myth of Hercules – the plot of all plots – re-engineered into a modern-day…
  7. Video: Emma Donoghue’s The Lotterys Plus One trailer

    Quillandquire.com - Books 03.28 / 13:59 www.quillandquire.com
    HarperCollins Canada is marking the publication of The Lotterys Plus One, Irish-Canadian author Emma Donoghue’s first children’s book, with a… Read More…
  8. How Canada’s bloodiest day at Vimy defined Great War sacrifice

    Macleans.ca - Books 03.28 / 12:37 www.macleans.ca
    Canadians think of Vimy Ridge as the moment our nation came of age. It is less than that—and more, too. The post How Canada’s bloodiest day at Vimy defined Great War sacrifice appeared first on M…