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Book Self-Publishing Course Online Free Until January 18th

  • Date: Thursday, February 4, 2016
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As increasing numbers of authors both famous and as yet unknown turn towards self-publishing as a better option than conventional publishing houses, the demand for information on self-publishing has grown considerably. Now AgoraPublishing.com are offering a free online course via Skype to provide first-time self-publishing writers an opportunity to get all the information they need in order to make their self-published books a success.   Why Skype?   According to an AgoraPublishing spok ....

Venice by boat The Italian connection

  • Date: Friday, July 24, 2015
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Venice, the city where there are no roads and no cars and the only mode of travel is by boat. Tourism flourishes in the city built on 118 islands dissected by canals and linked to each other by bridges. The whole area is a part of the marshy Venetian lagoon in Italy. The city is known for its stunning architecture and artwork and is a world heritage site. Getting into the city Most flights touch down at the Venice’s Marco Polo Airport. From hereyou can reach Piazzale Roma by road. This is the la ....

New Delhi - The cultural potpourri

  • Date: Friday, July 24, 2015
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If you are planning a holiday in the east, the city of New Delhi presents to you a mix of the historical Mughal culture intermixed with the most modern infrastructure and developments. Airport You can make it to the city by landing at the Indira Gandhi International Airport, named after a former Prime Minister of the country. It is situated about 16 KM from the city center. With the commencement of the T-3 terminal in the year 2010, the airport has become the South Asia’s largest aviation hub. ....

New theatrical production celebrates the re-creation of Regent Park

  • Date: Thursday, June 18, 2015
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The Journey – A Living History of the Regent Park Revitalization is a musical that follows the history of the Regent Park community throughout the years and leading up to its current revitalization. More than a stage show, The Journey is a community event that tells the stories of Regent Park through the voices of the people living in the neighbourhood. The production will have two performances, June 19 and June 20 at the Ada Slaight Hall located in the community cultural hub, Daniels Spectru ....

Highway 407 is a rip-off with high fees and no benefits to Ontario

  • Date: Thursday, June 18, 2015
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Commentary by Ron Rhodes —You can drive the 400 mile length of the New York Thruway (I-90), from Buffalo to New York City , a toll road with fully staffed toll booths, for peanuts. Actually 2.1 cents per km. No accounting fee and no video fees. Then there is the cost of driving across the top of Toronto on Hwy 407 everything is electronic and automated, drivers pay for the camera operations and the billing costs in addition to the exorbitant toll rates… and the Ontario Gov. acts as ‘e ....

Traffic impacts begin for Pan Am/Parapan Am Games

  • Date: Thursday, June 18, 2015
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From the Financial District BIA — The Pan Am/Parapan Am Games will be hosted from July 10 to August 15 across the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area. The first impacts have already begun with the HOV lanes in the region installed and being tested. Read Financial District BIA most recent Bulletin for a summary of road closures that will impact the Financial District. Official sources of information can be found at the Pan Am portal for transit, driving and traffic routes, including travelling tips ....

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