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Weekly Nintendo eShop Downloads – August 21, 2014 (North America)

Disney Infinity for free, your weekly Mega Man on Wii U, and lots of sales. wp.me/p4pRRZ-3Oa
DePapier (@NintendObserver) August 21, 2014

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Winter Skies, Frozen Seas and Northern Shores IX: United States of America (Part 2)

Frozen Priorities, Cold Interests and some Issues


The priorities of the United States are based, with some variety of degrees, on the same basis of the nations reviewed so far: economic and strategic/military. 2,178 more words


24 Hours in Toronto

Toronto is often referred to as “the city of neighborhoods”, reflecting how each part of the city is unique, distinct and shaped by its ethnically diverse inhabitants. 707 more words


Starbucks to meet students’ caffeine needs wherever they pop up

College-age students love coffee; ok, we know that. However, the latest survey data from the NPD group, which tracks trends in what Americans eat and drink, finds that 18- to 24-year-olds are increasingly turning to coffee, rather than caffeinated sodas, as their pick-me-up of choice. 126 more words


Middle East crisis: We know all too much about the cruelty of Isis – but all too little about who they are

For centuries, governments told their soldiers and their people to “Know Your Enemy”. The problem with the Isis “Caliphate” – and it is a big problem for President Obama after journalist James Foley’s murder – is that we don’t know who it is. 101 more words

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Canada: CN Tower Edgewalk

When someone mentions Toronto, you probably think of the CN tower as an automatic tourist attraction. I personally have not been up to the observation deck and its probably because I live pretty close to Toronto so I keep telling myself that I have all the time in the world to go up there if I really wanted to. 81 more words


Canada: Hotel de Glace

Canada is known for its cold and wintry weather. And because I live here, I know first hand how harsh Canadian winter can be. This past winter we had temperature hitting below -20 degrees Celsius PLUS windchill!   165 more words