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Daphne Bramham: Celebrated Iranian-Canadian sculptor skips New York show, can't risk U.S. travel ban

As much as he wants to, Vancouver artist Parviz Tanavoli won’t go to New York to see his sculpture that the Museum of Modern Art recently put back on display in an exhibition that displaces such notables as Henri Matisse and Pablo Picasso. 914 more words

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Aunt of drowned Syrian boy Alan Kurdi to release memoir ’The Boy on the Beach’

TORONTO — The aunt of a drowned Syrian toddler who became a haunting symbol of the country’s refugee crisis will be sharing her story in a forthcoming book. 216 more words

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Proteina de Soja Texturizada

O que é?

A proteína de soja texturizada é, possivelmente, um dos substitutos da carne mais baratos e de melhor sabor. Por ser feita de farinha de soja desengordurada é saudável, e é uma excelente fonte de… 193 more words

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Ottawa clears up how widescale U.S. travel ban affects Canadians

The federal government moved to clear up confusion that surrounded a U.S. travel ban on citizens of seven predominantly Muslim countries by announcing that Canadian citizens and permanent residents with roots in those countries can still cross the border. 677 more words

World

Federal judge bars deportations under Trump's immigration ban

WASHINGTON — A federal judge issued an emergency order Saturday night temporarily barring the U.S. from deporting people from nations subject to President Donald Trump’s travel ban, saying travellers who had been detained had a strong argument that their legal rights had been violated. 1,324 more words

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Texas teacher allegedly paid student $28,000 in hush money to keep sex sessions secret

A middle school teacher in Texas is accused of giving a teenage student a truckload of cash to keep their sex sessions silent.

Fearing police involvement, Thao “Sandy” Doan, 27, allegedly paid her 14-year-old math student $28,000 to keep their extracurricular involvement a secret. 275 more words

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Trump hotel in Vancouver: In sudden change, business group opts to rent event space

The American Chamber of Commerce in Canada had long planned to hold a meeting Thursday night at the Vancouver home of a U.S. diplomatic official to talk about trade relations in the Donald Trump era. 936 more words

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