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Paul Burns Appointed President and CEO of Canadian Gaming Association

Posted on 11 April 2018

The Canadian Gaming Association (CGA) has recently appointed a new board member, the august and inarguably experienced Paul Burns. The gambling industry trade group was proud to announce their latest addition, who has been involved in the gambling industry in various roles for over two decades. It is hoped that the new president and chief executive officer will help the Canadian Gaming Associa ...

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Paul Burns Appointed President and CEO of Canadian Gaming Association

Posted on 11 April 2018

The Canadian Gaming Association (CGA) has recently appointed a new board member, the august and inarguably experienced Paul Burns. The gambling industry trade group was proud to announce their latest addition, who has been involved in the gambling industry in various roles for over two decades. It is hoped that the new president and chief executive officer will help the Canadian Gaming Associa ...

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Book Self-Publishing Service Now in Hamilton, Ontario

Posted on 05 April 2018

Are you a writer in Hamilton looking to release a prospective best seller? Or you're just an aspiring author looking for an opportunity to showcase your literary talent to the world? Look no further, as one of the best book self-publishing service is now in your city. Agora Publishing is a book publishing company that is helping authors to achieve their life-long dreams of becoming renowne ...

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Toronto Book Self-Publishing Service Helps Writers Get Successful

Posted on 05 April 2018

Self-publishing is a way for authors to get their work published without having to patronize a traditional book publisher. In some ways, it has been shown to be even better than traditional publishing, offering writers a higher success rate. The days when self-publishing was viewed entirely as a route for those who couldn’t break into the mainstream is long gone. On the contrary, quit ...

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Buffalo Writers Go Canadian with Book Self-Publishing

Posted on 05 April 2018

The city of New York has birthed some of the best authors in the literary world, and numerous writers have penned down books about the ‘Big Apple’. If you feel like you’ve witnessed characters from J.D Salinger’s Catcher in the Rye roaming the streets, or were enchanted by the perennial Upper East Side explorer depicted in Harriet the Spy. Maybe you just saw the single la ...

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Watch out for this hidden risk in the kitchen

Posted on 22 March 2018

(NC) Many people know about the risk of illness when consuming raw dough or batter that uses raw eggs. Did you know that consuming raw flour can also be risky? Flour can be contaminated with harmful bacteria such as E. coli and should only be consumed once cooked. Although licking the cookie dough or the chocolate cake mix can be tasty, it's really not worth the risk because eating e ...

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Oral healthcare for seniors

Posted on 22 March 2018

(NC) Today's seniors can expect to keep most, if not all, of their teeth as they age thanks to healthier lifestyles and advances in oral and medical care. But keeping those natural teeth healthy can be a challenge. Restricted mobility, cognitive impairments and medications that cause dry mouth can all contribute to oral problems and complicate treatment. Even more worrisome is the fact ...

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GO Transit officers under scrutiny over Union Station arrest

Posted on 21 March 2018

The conduct of transit officers is coming under scrutiny again after GO Transit constables were filmed arresting a man who may have been suffering from mental health issues. A cellphone video posted online Tuesday by journalist and activist Desmond Cole captures the arrest of a 34-year-old man by transit officers and Toronto police at the Union Station bus terminal on the early morning ...

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School lunch served with side order of chaos

Posted on 21 March 2018

It’s not the kind of picnic scene most parents imagine.Picture it: A 6-year-old’s jacket spread on the floor of the boys’ bathroom in a school basement. Lunch containers, abandoned crusts and blobs of ketchup are scattered around. Rambunctious classmates spray water at each other, while a handful of others race around the hallway. No adult is in sight.“It was scary to see,” say ...

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Accused killer suggests his DNA innocently transferred

Posted on 14 March 2018

A self-represented accused killer is laying out for a Toronto jury the possibility his DNA was either innocently transferred or planted under the fingernails of the victim’s right hand.“It’s important to know DNA is not transferred only in the commission of a crime,” Michael Ivezic said during his cross-examination of forensic biologist Kimberley Sharpe.There may be “so-calle ...