Stories tagged with: canada

Garcinia Cambogia

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Seen principally in India and South East Asia, Garcinia Cambogia is de facto a fruit that seems drastically identical to a tad pumpkin which is yellow and rectangular form. The garcinia plant resembles a flowering evergreen tree, with drooping branches. Should you visit the places where exactly Garcinia grows, request about both of individuals names: Brindle berry, garcinia, Malabar tamarind, Hydroxycitirc Acid (HCA), Gambooge, Gorikapuli,...
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Post from: endadage
Category: Health and Living
Tags: canada, garcinia cambogia
Locations: no locations
Posted on Oct 06, 2014

State for Azawad and State for...

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Republic of Rhodesia,
Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade,
Pour le Qubec!
Pour le Canada!
Pour l'Organisation des Etats Amricains!
Azawad et Mali.
J'implore Sa Majest Mohammed VI, le Roi du Maroc, pour la Solution de deux Etats. Un Etat pour l'Azawad et un Etat pour le Mali. C'est la Solution. Laghdaf Abadila.
Azawad and Mali.
September 16th, 2013
I beg His Majesty...
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Post from: Laghdaf
Category: Political and Social
Tags: azawad, canada, department of foreign affairs and trade, mali, organisation des etats américains, québec, republic of rhodesia, salisbury
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Posted on Sep 16, 2013

Gracies Cafe Eatery NOW OPEN

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Gracie's Cafe & Eatery is now open in Vegreville, Alberta. We are a restaurant committed to bringing quality food and beverages from around the world to Vegreville. Which includes but is not limited to Authentic Italian Thin crust pizza, salads, pasta, and panini. Visit us at for our menu. We will begin delivering next week!

Post from: GracieCafeEatery
Category: Food and Drink
Tags: alberta, canada, delivery, pasta, pizza, restaurant, salad, vegreville
Locations: no locations
Posted on Jul 12, 2013

USA History

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As a part of the British Empire Canada immediately entered World War I. Canada bore the brunt of several major battles during the early stages of the war including the use of poison gas attacks at Ypres. Losses became grave, and the government eventually brought in conscription, despite the fact this was against the wishes of the majority of French Canadians. In the ensuing Conscription Crisis of 1917, riots broke out on the streets of Montreal....
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Post from: Karla
Category: Political and Social
Tags: british, canada, united states
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Posted on Jun 10, 2013