Monthly Archives: February 2016

Community News: Winter Fun Day on Feb 27th

Fun–filled family activity on Saturday, February 27, 2016 at 3pm.  Great time to enjoy the weather with a high of plus 2. It’s a free  fun event  and is open to public. No need to register. Just show up with you

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ENTERTAINMENT: US Vice President Joe Biden to Introduce Lady Gaga’s Oscar Performance

Vice President Joe Biden will attend the Academy Awards on Sunday and introduce Lady Gaga’s performance of “Til It Happens to You,” an administration official confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter.

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CANADA NEWS: Liberals unveil changes to Citizenship Act

  Today, February 25, 2016, an Act to Amend the Citizenship Act was introduced which is considered a milestone in making immigration fair to all Canadians–whether they were born in Canada, naturalized Canadians or dual citizens.   Immigration Minister John McCallum

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Tulips to brighten up your day

  Cheer up! Spring will be on its way, no matter how long the winter is. Today, February 25th, some winter cheer will be spread throughout the city as Manitoba Lung Association already started sharing its lovely Tulips. More than

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ENTERTAINMENT: Rihanna passes Michael Jackson on all-time No. 1 hits chart with ‘Work’

Rihanna has surpassed Michael Jackson, becoming the artist with the third-most U.S. number one hits of all time.  

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Current generation of young Canadians wealthiest ever: Federal Study

The current generation of young Canadians is, on average, wealthier than previous generations of young Canadians, says the confidential report, though with some cautionary notes saying that because people will likely continue to live longer, the lifetime savings required for retirement may

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One stop shop for that Big day!

Planning a wedding  is not easy and can be an exhausting experience especially if you can not afford a wedding planner.  The idea behind this Big Deal Wedding Expo is to provide brides and grooms some beautiful  inspiration on how

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ENTERTAINMENT: Madonna visits children’s shelter before her Philippine concert

Amidst  the call of a Philippine Catholic bishop on the faithful to boycott pop diva Madonna’s sexually charged concerts in the nation’s capital, calling them the “devil’s” work, the Queen of Pop arrives in Philipines  days before her concert and

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Winter storm set to hit parts of Central, Eastern Canada

A messy winter storm is set to hit parts of Ontario, Quebec and Atlantic Canada beginning this morning.Affected regions will experience some combination of rain, freezing rain and snow.

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Melinda Gates wants Liberal men to follow McKenna’s work life example

(File Photo insert: Minister of Environment and Climate Change Catherine McKenna as she walks to a meeting with her provincial counterparts Friday January 29, 2016 in Ottawa. Photo Credit: THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld) Philanthropist Melinda Gates says she wants to

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Justin Trudeau, first Prime Minister to join Pride Parade

Canada’s Prime Minister  Justin Trudeau confirmed he will be marching on July 3rd, 2016  for the launching of  Toronto’s  Pride Parade  with the  theme “belonging and inclusion”.  This makes Trudeau the first prime minister to participate in this  festivity.

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COMMUNITY: Bike for a Good Cause

Looking for something worthwhile  to put your energy on? Come with us for a Bike Race and help support individuals with Cerebral Palsy. Cerebral Palsy is a kind of disability affecting body movement and muscle coordination. In Canada, people with

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ENTERTAINMENT: “Charlie’s Angels” star Lucy Liu honoured at Harvard

Actress Lucy Liu has been honoured at Harvard for her humanitarian work.    

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CANADA NEWS: Business groups fear refugees and immigrant families will crowd out spaces for foreign workers in Canada

OTTAWA — Provinces and businesses keen to bolster their workforce are worried the push for Syrian refugees this year will lead to a cutback in foreign workers..

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Michael Jackson’s Brother Jermaine Jackson Slams Donald Trump Over “Botched Facts” About Late King of Pop

Jermaine Jackson is not happy about recent remarks Donald Trump made about his brother, legendary singer Michael Jackson. The presidential candidate and GOP frontrunner had said at CNN’s Republican presidential town hall in Columbia, South Carolina Thursday he “knew the

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