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  • How I Made It: Yves Potvin

    How I Made It: Yves Potvin
    The gig: Yves Potvin, 58, founded Garden Protein International, which is best known for its Gardein line of meat-free foods. Products by the private company, which has its U.S. headquarters in Marina del Rey, can be found in 22,000 North American...
  • Toronto's world stage is packed for summertime visitors

    Toronto's world stage is packed for summertime visitors
    A series of occasional articles exploring destinations that are easily reached via nonstop flights from Baltimore. Summer is here, and you're ready to get away and play. But where can you go that's intriguing and exotic, yet close enough that you don'...
  • Seniors on the Go: VIA Rail Canada raises the bar on rail accommodations

    Seniors on the Go: VIA Rail Canada raises the bar on rail accommodations
    VIA Rail Canada's new "Prestige Class" sleeping cars will top all previous cars -- and anything on Amtrak, as well -- in providing the most comfortable and livable long-haul overnight rail accommodations. And the refurbished business-class cars for the...
  • News to use: Travel tips and trips

    News to use: Travel tips and trips
    Here are some of the more interesting deals, websites and other travel tidbits that have come across our desk recently: CruiseBrothers.com has Bermuda cruises on Holland America Line in May and June 2015 priced from $799 per person double occupancy....
  • China's enclave in Canada

    China's enclave in Canada
    If you close your eyes at the Sea Harbour Restaurant for just a few moments, you could swear you're in Hong Kong, as servers and customers exchange rapid-fire Cantonese. When you open them, it's as if you've been teleported to the Pearl of the Orient;...
  • Canadian government approves controversial oil pipeline to Pacific

    Canadian government approves controversial oil pipeline to Pacific
    The Canadian government approved Tuesday the construction of a controversial pipeline that will connect Alberta's vast tar sands to the Pacific coast and growing Asian markets.   The Northern Gateway pipeline will carry 525,000 barrels of oil products a...
  • Fiat Chrysler Announces Alfa Romeo Dealer Network

     
    Alfa Romeo fans, warm up your credit cards: Fiat Chrysler Automobiles announced today the names of 86 dealers that will operate an Alfa Romeo franchise in the U.S. and Canada. We've known that the brand is on its way back......
  • "Wizard of Oz" in Philly features winner of Candadian TV show

     
    Philadelphia will host the first stop in the region of the North American tour of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s new flashy adaptation of “The Wizard of Oz” staring the winner of a "American Idol"-style show in Canada. Danielle Wade, who stars......
  • Toronto Mayor Rob Ford asks forgiveness as he returns to work

    Embattled Toronto Mayor Rob Ford returned from two months of rehabilitation and delivered an emotional apology to the public and to fellow city officials, though he avoided questions from reporters about his use of racial slurs. Ford said he came to...
  • Suspect in Canadian slayings was angry with cops, anti-gun bills

    A 24-year-old Canadian named by authorities as the man who shot and killed three police officers Wednesday is believed to have posted angry rants about law enforcement on social media before the attack. The assault on the streets of a residential...
  • Canadian police officers killed in Moncton rampage honored at funeral

    Thousands of mourners and fellow mounties lined the streets of Moncton, Canada, on Tuesday morning to honor the three police officers gunned down during a bloody rampage last week. Constables Fabrice Georges Gevaudan, 45, David Joseph Ross, 32, and...