Five-Star Caribbean Resort Caters to Every Taste – Travel

NewsUSA@NewsUSA.com (NewsUSA) (NewsUSA) – Many of today’s travelers seek a sense of community and connection at their destinations. Travelers seeking a Caribbean getaway with

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Alberta introducing rules to align with federal cannabis legalization plan

Dean Bennett, The Canadian Press Published Tuesday, November 14, 2017 4:01PM MST Last Updated Tuesday, November 14, 2017 7:14PM MST EDMONTON — Alberta is

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Welcome to 2020: Predictions for the new year that almost certainly won’t happen

TORONTO — Predicting the future has long captivated scientists and scholars. But when it comes to forecasting what 2020 was supposed to look like,

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Saskatoon man receives holiday gift basket after falling on hard times

REGINA — Nearly a year ago, Aaron Driol was injured. As a result he has been nearly immobile, and out of work. His mother

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Newmarket man accused of driving over victim, dragging him 20 metres

BARRIE — A 29-year-old man faces charges following an incident in Bradford that left a man with critical injuries on December 7th. Police say

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Winnipeg Scrabble Club a community of competitive, word-lovers seeking their next highest score

WINNIPEG — On Thursday nights, a distinct sound can be heard through the halls of Canadian Mennonite University. It’s the collective, hushed noise of

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New brass band roaming Edmonton streets, when security doesn’t mind

EDMONTON — A band that’s new to Edmonton streets—literally—can be moved but not stopped. A video of a street performance by the Brasstactics being

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City of Calgary, Calgary Sport and Entertainment Corporation and Calgary Stampede sign definitive agreements for arena deal

CALGARY — The arena deal is now official. Definitive agreements have been signed between the City of Calgary, the Calgary Flames organization and the

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Christmas tree shortage could force new holiday tree traditions

BARRIE — A Christmas tree shortage could see consumers racing to the nearest nursery with the holidays one month away. “We are lucky that

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Ottawa to argue appeal of tribunal order to compensate First Nations children

OTTAWA — Federal lawyers will be in court later this morning to argue the government’s appeal of a Canadian Human Rights Tribunal ruling that

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