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Pauline Christian

BBPA President Included in Top 20 Women in 2010

BBPA President Pauline Christian was honoured and featured in their annual list as one of the Top 20 Women of the Year. Women’s Post is Canada’s leading National publication for women in business

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Gregory Isaacs

Reggae’s “Cool Ruler” Gregory Isaacs Passes

Singer, songwriter, producer and recording executive Gregory Isaacs called the “Cool Ruler” died at 59 from lung cancer.

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Good Habit - Questionable Motive

Good Habit – Questionable Motive

I share this story because Mom developed a lifelong habit of reading non-fiction because she wanted to impress her in-laws and other people who intimidated her.

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What The World Needs Now Is A Soundtrack

What the World Needs Now is a Soundtrack

How might I describe the power of music to lift me from the trials of getting by to the conviction that we shall overcome?

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Measha Brueggergosman

Upcoming Entertainment in Toronto

Canada’s star soprano Measha Brueggergosman has been cast in Opera Atelier’s new production of Mozart’s opera La Clemenza di Tito which premiers in April 2011 at the historic Elgin Theatre, 189 Yonge St., Toronto.

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Passenger and goods transport Damongo N Ghana

Ghana Memories: On the Road

Traveling cheap in Ghana is an adventure I’d recommend to anybody who loves intimate contact with fellow travelers and the excitement that comes with never being sure if or when you’ll arrive.

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HIV & AIDS in the Black Canadian population

HIV & AIDS: A Troubling Issue for Black Canadian Immigrants PART II

Recent statistics have indicated that HIV is at a crisis level in black communities in Canada.

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The ‘AIDS Highway’ Africa WINS when You prevent HIV

Africa Goal Campaign ‘AIDS Highway’

By  Wallace  Mawire  Harare  :For the first time that the World Cup is being played in Africa, the ‘AIDS Highway’ will witness a spectacular combination of the screening of the matches in conjunction with the screening of HIV and AIDS information videos from June 11th to 11th July 2010. The long journey will start along the […]

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Canada’s Ice Sledge Hockey Team

Canada’s Ice Sledge Hockey Team Moves to Semi-Finals

Ice Sledge Hockey (ISH) requires extreme atheletic abilities and is very exciting to watch live.

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The ProArts Society a non-profit organization with a mandate that brings together Artists and audiences in an Historic Venue in the Heart of Downtown Calgary. Every Wednesday at noon from 12.10-12.50 there is a free concert and by donations that entertain the downtown lunch time crowd.

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