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Monthly Archives: July 2019

Destination diva

By MARGIE T. LOGARTA August 02, 2019 TERESITA HENDERSON Chairman, Intas Destination Management Inc. “There were times I felt depressed, and questioned myself: ‘Why am I in this business?’ But what else could I do? I couldn’t stay home and cook and bake cakes. That just wasn’t me! I’m an …

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PCSO hands over calamity assistance check for Cebu fire victims

By ROBERTO BUADO JR. August 02, 2019 PCSO General Manager Royina Garma (center) with Visayas Department Manager Gloria Ybañez (right, holding the check) hands over the calamity assistance check to Barangay Chairman Marciano Ando. PHOTOS BY EMILYN UBALES Philippine Charity Sweepstake Office (PCSO) General Mana­ger Royina Garma handed over a …

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U.S. judge blocks Canadian company’s mine project in Arizona

Anita Snow and Paul Davenport , The Associated Press Published Thursday, August 1, 2019 10:08AM EDT Last Updated Thursday, August 1, 2019 11:34AM EDT PHOENIX — A federal judge has overturned the U.S. Forest Service’s approval of a Canadian company’s plans for a new copper mine in southeastern Arizona. The …

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On the Radar: Our August entertainment picks

Entertainment August 1, 20199:00 am ; Global premieres 'BH90210' this summer beginning Wednesday, August 7 at 9 p.m. ET/PT for six episodes. Global TV / Corus Welcome to On the Radar, your monthly reminder of what’s coming down the pike in the world of entertainment. We’ve got the latest TV …

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Want to buy an EV? Slow down there, we’re in Alberta

Calgary If you are one of the few Albertans itching to join the electric vehicle (or plug-in hybrid) club, you might find yourself struggling to be able to get the car you want. A Tesla Model X parked on Lake Minnewanka near Banff, Alta. (Adam Eustace/Electric Vehicle Association of Alberta) …

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