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Welcome to the World of Furusiyya

Welcome to the World of Furusiyya

For all of you who are new to the world of horse jumping, let’s get you caught you up.  It’s doesn’t require a jersey, a stick, or fist fighting. But it does necessitate convincing a 1000-pound animal to hurdle itself...
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Germany Has Officially Abolished Tuition

While we’re heading towards record tuition fees here in Canada, Germany just saw the last of its 16 states completely abolish tuition – including those for international students. Maybe it’s time to re-consider going for that Master’s degree after all
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A Survival Guide for the Impending ‘Worst Winter Ever’

Just when we thought last winter was as bad as it gets, comes news that this year’s is supposed to be even more intense. But that doesn’t mean you can’t adjust your young professional lifestyle to cater to the cold months ahead, even if that means fleeing the country for a little while
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PARKLUXE 2014: Uniting Nationwide Designers for the First Time in Western Canada

The non-profit arts and fashion organization, PARK (Promoting Artists | Redefining Kulture) will host its fourth instalment of PARKLUXE on October 4 at the Riverwalk Plaza in East Village. The event will showcase nationally recognized, sophisticated designers to an Albertan audience while celebrating their collective talents for the first time on a Western Canadian stage
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13 Ambitious Projects in Canada That Were Bailed On

Not even the most lucrative developers are a match for height restrictions, supply shortages, and budget freezes. Or, you know, the Great Depression. Case in point: These 13 ambitious Canadian building projects that never saw the light of day
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Canada's Largest Aritzia Store Will Open in Montreal

Canadian fashion giant Aritzia will keep growing their expansion across North America to celebrate 30 years in business. The largest and most impressive store, however, will be built in Montreal. That’s right, fashionistas, start making extra room in those closets
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Dr. Ryan Yermus, MD, on the Medical Marijuana Situation in Canada

It recently became a lot easier to obtain medical marijuana. Thanks to the Marijuana for Medical Purposes Regulations (MMPR), which came into effect in April, patients can access medical marijuana without the lengthy paperwork or Health Canada approval that came with the former system. Here's what you need to know
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NYC to YYZ: Five Things That Need to Come to Toronto

It doesn’t matter if they say 'zee' to our 'zed' or 'soda' to our 'pop' – America vs. Canada only matters when we face off at centre ice. So here are five things happening south of the border that need to come to Toronto – ASAP
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11 Reasons Canada Should Host The World Cup

After a month of a spectacular soccer, celebrations, goals, sad faces, teen models, heartbreak, satisfaction, and so much more, we couldn’t help but think one thing: We want that. And while the next two World Cup hosts have already been chosen*, we thought we’d let the world know why Canada should be next on FIFA’s list
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NASCAR Driver LP Dumoulin: Today's Notable Young Professional

Today's Notable Young Professional is NASCAR's 2011 rookie of the year, and with two victories and three podiums in 2013, LP Dumoulin, 35, is favoured to clean up at the 2014 NASCAR Canada series. Coming from humble beginnings ice racing with his dad at 13, LP is now in the prime of his career
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