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Monthly Archives: May 2016

Fort McMurray prepares for onslaught of 15,000 returnees Wednesday

It’s expected 14,000 to 15,000 Fort McMurray residents will return home Wednesday, as the first of 90,000 evacuees are allowed to enter the city since a wildfire struck almost four weeks ago. “We’ve been out of the community a long time,” said Bob Couture, director of emergency management for the Regional Emergency Operation Centre in Wood Buffalo. “We want everybody to come…

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Chicago International Film Festival to be Honored in Paris

This year marks the twentieth anniversary of the close relationship between Sister Cities Paris and Chicago, and in commemoration of this enduring bond, the Champs ­Élysées Film Festival in Paris will be honoring the Chicago International Film Festival (CIFF) during this year’s festivities. Throughout the 2016 Champs ­Élysées Film Festival, which runs from Tuesday, June…

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Sienna Miller Reveals She Still Cares About Jude Law "Enormously" and Why She Suddenly Wants More Children

Sienna Miller Reveals She Still Cares About Jude Law “Enormously” and Why She Suddenly Wants More Children Presented By & by Samantha Schnurr | Share Tweet Share Email photography by Cass Bird, courtesy PORTER magazine It’s been over a decade since she was first engaged to Jude Law, but the torrid years that followed have not…

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First Nations group granted access to Winnipeg's Kapyong Barracks for ceremony

A First Nations group is being allowed inside the former Kapyong Barracks to perform a ceremony. The Department of National Defence let the group into the former military base on Tuesday after the group set up camp, demanding access. Kylo Prince from Long Plain First Nation said Col. Andy Cook helped the group gain access to the land. “Not in my wildest…

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