Revue des agences de presse et des médias anglophones

New Canada 150 sculpture highlights N.L.'s time zone quirk - CBC News
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St-Pierre and Miquelon, French islands south of Newfoundland, is actually half an hour ahead, despite being west of the Avalon Peninsula.
Fortune teens take over grandfather’s hotdog stand - The Telegram
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FORTUNE, NL – A small crowd could be seen gathered around a hot dog cart in the town of Fortune on June 23, and some tourists from the nearby islands of St. Pierre et Miquelon even stopped to pose for pictures.
Newfoundland and Labrador salmon anglers asked to respect fishing regulations - thetelegram.com
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The Fish and Wildlife Enforcement Division (FWED) is reminding the public that the salmon angling season for insular Newfoundland opens on June 1 and for Labrador on June 14.
Canada/New England pours $656m into cruise infrastructure - seatrade-cruise.com
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Ports in the Canada/New England region have committed a whopping $656m to handle bigger ships, improve the welcome, stay relevant and stretch the season beyond the fall foliage period.
Adventurer Jack MacKenzie was the oldest man to ski to the North Pole - theglobeandmail.com
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Jack MacKenzie, who died last month at the age of 95, had a remarkable string of accomplishments in his long life: He was the oldest man ever to ski to the North Pole; made 30 trips across the North Atlantic during the Second World War, ferrying aircraft to Britain...
Cruise Canada New England Symposium Notebook - cruiseindustrynews.com
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Ports, cruise lines and other stakeholders around the Cruise Canada New England region had plenty of news and notes at the Cruise Canada New England Symposium being held in Montreal. The news ranged from new cruise lines looking at the region to ports considering expansion plans.
New general manager named for Grand Pre - kingscountynews.ca
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GRAND PRE, NS - Former Parks Canada superintendent Claude DeGrâce has been appointed general manager of the Société Promotion Grand-Pré.
The Basque Center in Saint-Pierre and Miquelon is recognized by the Basque Government - aboutbasquecountry.eus
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The Basque Government, in the Council held yesterday, June 13, has officially recognized the Basque Center in Saint-Pierre and Miquelon. These islands are French territory just off the coast of Newfoundland, and are part of the Overseas Collectivity of France with their own statutes. And Basques have been on the island since the mid-16th century.
Newfoundland Circumnavigation cruise a 'beautiful thing to watch' despite ice setbacks - cbc.ca
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A special boat cruise has been working its way around the coast of Newfoundland over the last few weeks, featuring local musicians and storytellers who are getting just as much from the tour as the guests on board.
The GPS of its time: Surveyor James Cook remembered 250 years after mapping Newfoundland - cbc.ca
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A world renowned explorer who literally put Newfoundland and Labrador on the map is being recognized for his work 250 years later. James Cook surveyed most of the province from 1763-1767, charting areas unknown to the British at the time.
Immigration Corner | Taking your pet dog back to the United Kingdom - http://jamaica-gleaner.com
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Dear Mr. Bassie, I am a British citizen living in Jamaica and I am about to return to England. I plan to take back my dog with me and would like to know if this is possible. Please advise me.
Remembering When the Arctic Was a War Zone - maritime-executive.com
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The media today seems to get a thrill out of announcing that war is around the corner in the Arctic. But 75 years ago, the icebound region really was wracked by battles and bombings. The deserts of north Africa, the jungles of Southeast Asia, and the cities of Europe are commonly imagined as World War II battlegrounds. But the frozen lands and waters of the Arctic were, too.
Shore Lore: A World War II shutdown - orleans.wickedlocal.com
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A World War II shutdown Capture of Brest led to French Cable Station closing in 1940 The French Telegraph Cable Company, or Cie Francaise des Cables Telegraphiques, often found itself relaying some of the important news of the day during the late 1800s and early part of the 20th century.
Not guilty—what the jury heard in Jimmy Melvin Jr.’s murder trial - thecoast.ca
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After four weeks in court, Friday’s verdict brought more sensation than resolution.
Yarmouth Karate Challenge Cup held at Mariners Centre - thevanguard.ca
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YARMOUTH -- A major karate event in Yarmouth has been going for a decade-and-a-half, with the latest edition taking place Saturday, June 3, at the Mariners Centre.
Lisa Collins-Sheppard wins second Garnish-Frenchman’s Cove road race - southerngazette.ca
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One winner was a familiar face, the other was brand new. Advertisement. The 35th running of the VOCM 740 Garnish-Frenchman’s Cove 10K road race was held Saturday under almost ideal weather conditions.
The World’s Top Oil Consumers - oilprice.com
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No doubt when faced with the question “Who’s the biggest oil guzzler in the world?” one would immediately think about the U.S. or China. Or perhaps India. Few of us, however, would say Gibraltar.
INFOGRAPHIC: Atlantic Salmon Federation predicting Atlantic salmon lows - thechronicleherald.ca
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The Atlantic Salmon Federation is asking anglers and indigenous groups to use live release techniques as the population of salmon is expected to be lower. The State of the Populations report showed North American Atlantic salmon populations were lower last year than in 2015, and the federation fears further declines.
Group urges Ottawa to take ‘aggressive’ approach with Greenland over salmon - thespec.com
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The Atlantic Salmon Federation is urging Ottawa to take a more "aggressive" approach with Greenland — where salmon migrate from Canada and are harvested — as returns continue to decline.
Rarities rock the birders’ long weekend - thetelegram.com
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A little break in the persistent north winds of May occurred. A 36-hour period of west and southwest winds immediately brought results with the appearance of several species of southern birds carried off course. At Portugal Cove South Gord Hartery spotted a snowy egret, which sparked a local flurry of excitement. Gord then noticed a male indigo bunting at his own bird feeder.
Retired Newfoundland RCMP officer featured on French stamp - http://thechronicleherald.ca
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Retired RCMP Staff Sgt.-Maj. Dave Tipple has been depicted on a new stamp issued by the French postal service. He is featured on the stamp alongside Capitaine Eric Rességuier, of the Gendarmerie of St-Pierre-Miquelon.
How Tourism Could Alleviate Poverty in Saint Pierre and Miquelon - borgenproject.org
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Off the coast of Newfoundland in North America lie the islands of Saint Pierre and Miquelon, a French territory with a rich history and a poor economy. Poverty in Saint Pierre and Miquelon has increased because the islands are reliant on a fishing industry plagued by overfishing and global climate change.