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Once upon a time not that long ago, coffee in Dublin meant one of two things- Bewley’s of Grafton Streeet or a jar of Nescafé (instant coffee).
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After spending much of Monday afternoon quizzing a trio of professors on the pros and cons of changing how Canadians choose their federal representatives, the Special Committee on Electoral Reform kicked off Thursday’s hearings with a whirlwind virtual trip across the Atlantic. 69 more words
One of the most famous whiskeys in the world – distilled in my home city ‘Dublin‘. It also happens to be one of my favourite drinks and now… 291 more words
Monogram Coffee, a cafe based in Calgary, can once again boast having one of the top three baristas in the entire world, after one of their baristas placed third in the World Barista Championships Saturday night. 245 more words