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Seamus O'Regan Jan 15
With a long history of volunteerism and community work, Donna Collens is one of our Award winners. Donna has spent years volunteering with the Canadian Red Cross, the Mount Pearl Kinettes and Iris Kirby House. She also runs free tax clinics!
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Seamus O'Regan Jan 15
Leo Hearn has dedicated himself to sharing the traditional fishing culture that has sustained Newfoundlanders and Labradorians for years. From boat to belly, Leo’s work with has helped to preserve our heritage and makes him one of our Award winners.
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Bob Burge, EdD 🇨🇦 Jan 9
Enjoying The Public House & you should too.
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Schug Jan 8
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Seamus O'Regan Jan 15
Angus Barrett has been soccer in Mount Pearl since 1979. Having coached 7 teams to a provincial title and alongside his involvement in both the Canadian and Newfoundland Soccer Associations, Angus is a Award winner.
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Aylan Couchie Jan 15
Replying to @AylanX
At a time when we thought the convo over TRC & reconciliation had diminished thanks to - ppl like Beyak and Mehta revived it by once again pushing conversations about those facts and truths back into the public sphere. And on a personal note, they also served as the +
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Highclere Castle Jan 12
Proudly flying the flag of Canada
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Bardish Chagger Jan 16
Dropped by to chat with the students at Public School today, who had some impressive questions - beyond their years! And congrats to those who took on & completed the Literacy Challenge!
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Seamus O'Regan Jan 15
Laurie Legrow helped to bring us the Some Good Market. She also helped to raise over $80,000 for local food banks AND gave Some Warm Welcome to Syrian refugees with knitted hats, mittens and scarves. Some warm welcome indeed by this Award Winner.
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Seamus O'Regan Jan 15
More than just a Merb'ys calendar model, Hasan Hai is one of our Award winners. Founding Project Kindness Newfoundland, hosting Meet an Immigrant chats and organizing the world's famous Merb'ys Calendar, Hasan keeps giving back to our community.
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Daniele Hamamdjian Jan 11
Nerd Alert. 🇨🇦 flag flies above Highclere Castle, aka , ahead of a ceremony honouring the former man of the house, Lord Carnarvon, who along with Sir John A., stayed here while drafting parts of a little something called the BNA Act.
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Seamus O'Regan Jan 15
With her work to help better the lives of women all across the world, Margaret Yetman has helped women, their families and communities for over 50 years. For her commitment to the advancement of women, Margaret is one of our Award winners.
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2017Welland Jan 16
That’s a wrap! The Canada 150 Team in Welland held their final meeting last night. Thanks to everyone on the committee for their hard work and dedication to making the events in a huge success!
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Russell Timberwolves Jan 10
Congrats Tyler Konink!
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Bardish Chagger Jan 16
Well I think congratulations are in order! 365 days & 150 pieces of literature later – the students at have officially completed Waterloo’s Literacy Challenge! The future keeps looking brighter and brighter!📖
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Seamus O'Regan Jan 15
Our youngest Award winner, Trevor Legge may only be 17 but he has already made big contributions to cancer research. Starting at 7 years old, Trevor has taken part in Shave For The Brave every year and has raised more than $80,000 for the cause.
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Destination Canada Jan 15
In the midst of , spending by Canadians travelling domestically rose by 6.5% to $27B in Q3 2017. More information about tourism spend can be found in the National Tourism Indicators
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CBC Radio Jan 12
Canada's original promise: Still waiting to be realized. But Roberta Jamieson says she's still "very optimistic and very hopeful."
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B Duchesne Jan 11
Thank you to our gracious hosts Earl and Lady Carnavon at Highclere Castle (aka ) for today's maple tree planting ceremony honouring our shared 🇨🇦 🇬🇧 history.
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John Soanes 12h
Replying to @ExploreCanada
SGang Gwaay UNESCO World Heritage Site. We did 3 road trips one included Haida Gwaii -- weather nixed our boat trip through Gwaii Haanas
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