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At first glance, this restaurant seems like just your average modern restaurant in a downtown setting with good food and a relaxed vibe. As it turns out, Signs, a restaurant that opened two years ago in Downtown Toronto, is all of that and more. The word “Signs” doesn’t refer to physical signs you see on […]
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That's nice. Canada reminds U.S. why it's great
Social media campaign encourages Canadians to 'Tell America It's Great.'
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Amazon tests delivery drones at secret Canada site after US frustration
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How Apple and its products are inspired by Canadian Glenn Gould
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Does What Happened to This Journalist at the US-Canada Border Herald a Darker Trend?
The recent abusive border search of a Canadian photojournalist should serve as a warning to everyone concerned about press freedom these days. Ed Ou is a renowned photographer and TED senior fellow who has traveled to the United States many times to do work for The New York Times, Time magazine, and other media outlets. Last month, Ed was traveling from Canada to the U.S. to report on the protests against the Dakota Access pipeline in Standing Rock, North Dakota, when he was…
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