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January 15, 2013

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Pattullo Bridge closed until Monday morning

The aging Pattullo Bridge will be closed for three weekends this summer for maintenance work. The bridge, which links New Westminster and Surrey, will be closed from Friday evening to early Monday morning on July 25 to 28, Aug....
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In Kevin Smith’s Creepy Tusk Trailer, Justin Long Turns Into a Walrus

Yikes. Tusk is one part Misery, one part man-to-walrus body mutilation movie. We're really not sure what to expect from Kevin Smith's latest — but he's definitely horrifying us. <...

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Blue Bombers lead Lions in third quarter on TSN

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After ‘rookie mistakes’ Manziel vows to focus on football

BEREA, Ohio — Like reading a blitz, Johnny Manziel knew the questions about his off-field wildness were coming. So the Browns quarterback struck first. “At the end of the day,” Manziel said, “I’ve ...
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Ikea rapped for offering locked-out B.C. employees incentives to cross picket

The union representing locked-out workers at Ikea's flagship store in Richmond says the provincial labour board has found the Swedish retail giant committed unfair labour practices.
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Yes! Former WWE champ ‘Daniel Bryan’ catches suspected burglar at his Phoenix home

PHOENIX - A former WWE champion known as Daniel Bryan chased two burglary suspects he saw exiting his Phoenix home this week and subdued one until officers arrived, investigators said.
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B.C.’s minimum happy-hour price reduced for jugs of beer — but not for pints

B.C.’s tweak to its new “happy hour” law may make drinkers of jugs of beer happier, but it’s left those in the industry complaining. B.C. still has the most expensive pints in Canada and others predictin...
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The inhumanity of those standing with Israel in the genocide of Gaza ….


may they and theirs suffer the same torment as they wish and condone on the Palestinians of Gaza.
Nothing, absolutely NOTHING can ever be used as an excuse to kill innocent women and chi...
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Lakers mum on report Scott offered coaching job

Los Angeles (AFP) - The Los Angeles Lakers declined to comment on reports they had offered Byron Scott their head coaching job.
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​The Tesla Model S doesn’t have onboard navigation in China

Take a Tesla Model S for a spin in the US or Europe, and you'll have the help of a integrated navigation system to help you find your way. In China, you'll have to unfold a traditional, paper map. Local drivers are learning th...
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Rams’ Bradford opens camp with no restrictions on surgically repaired knee

ST. LOUIS — At times, Sam Bradford forgot all about his surgically repaired left knee. Except for a brace, the St. Louis Rams have no restrictions in training camp for their quarterback, either. The first overall pick of ...
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B.C. Policy Perspectives: The Tsilhqot’in Decision

Tsilhqot’in Nation v. British Columbia , announced on June 26, 2014, is the most important case on native rights since the Delgamuukw  decision back in December of 1997.  Since it originates in a dispute abo...

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Buehrle implodes in Blue Jays’ 6-4 loss to Yankees

NEW YORK — Mark Buehrle has not won in the Bronx since 2004. The Toronto Blue Jays may wonder if they ever will again. Thanks to two home runs by Jose Bautista, the Jays led the Yankees 3-0 and 4-2 […]
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Morton’s Musings: Chi non fa, non falla.

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Ex-Rider Dwight Anderson aims to trash talk ‘everybody’

By Murray Mccormick REGINA — It was Dwight Anderson just being Dwight Anderson. Anderson made his return to Regina on Friday, the first time he has been in the city since being traded by the Saskatchewan Roughriders to th...
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wmtc: zucchini abundance recipe of the day: zucchini fritters

Apparently if you grow zucchini, you have too much of it.

Being new gardeners, we didn’t know how prolific our one zucchini plant would be, or the insane quantities – and size! – of the vegetables it...

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Two people in hospital after motorcycle accident in Dartmouth

It happened around 5 p.m. on Windmill Road in Dartmouth. Police say two people were on the bike when they hit a curb.
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Homeless blogger discovers CBSA uniforms in Vancouver dumpster

A Vancouver blogger has discovered a big box of navy-blue uniforms belonging to the Canadian Border Services Agency in a dumpster in Vancouver’s Fairview neighbourhood. Stanley Q. Woodvine, a writer and former illustrator...
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Rob Vanstone: No excuses for Riders vs. Argos

By Rob Vanstone Regina — Let’s Get Ready To Fummm-Ble! Saturday night’s CFL game at Mosaic Stadium is to feature two teams that handle the football as though it is filled with plutonium. The visiting Toronto A...
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The Best Kind of Math Is Edible, Chocolate Math

Chocolatier Rafael Mutter's Chocolate Mill looks like a solid, cylindrical block of chocolate. In reality, it's ten-layers thick. As a a crank-turned blade shaves wafers of chocolate from the top, the underlying layers, each o...
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