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‘Walking Dead’: Melissa McBride says she was ‘floored’ by what happened to Carol – Entertainment Weekly
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'Walking Dead': Melissa McBride says she was 'floored' by what happened to Carol
Entertainment Weekly
It's been a bolder Carol this season on The Walking Dead. But that boldness may have done her in after Rick — reacting to the news that Carol had killed Tyreese's girlfriend Karen and another guy named David in the hopes of stopping the killer virus from 
'The Walking Dead' recap, 'Indifference'Baltimore Sun
“The Walking Dead” — Carol on her ownLos Angeles Times
The Walking Dead, recapped: Season 4, Episode 4, 'Indifference'National Post
Forbes -Hollywood Reporter -MTV.com
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Details emerge of masterpieces in Nazi art trove – Los Angeles Times
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Details emerge of masterpieces in Nazi art trove
Los Angeles Times
LONDON — Unknown masterpieces by artists such as Marc Chagall and Henri Matisse, works thought lost to the ravages of war and others deemed “degenerate” or looted by the Nazis form part of the spectacular trove of art discovered by German authorities 
'Degenerate art' in GermanyWashington Post
'Nazi art trove' includes unknown Chagall treasureTimes of India
Outcry Grows Over Handling of Nazi-Seized ArtWall Street Journal
Sydney Morning Herald -New York Times -BBC News
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Heartland raises $80K for High River 1:37 – CBC.ca
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Heartland raises $80K for High River 1:37
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The cast and crew of CBC Television's Heartland has returned to film in High River, bringing a cheque worth $80,000 to help the Alberta town recover from June floods. The donation was raised through behind-the-scenes tours offered to the show's fans this 
CBC drama Heartland returns to High RiverVancouver Sun
Cast and crew of TV's Heartland aim to help High RiverGlobalnews.ca
Heartland welcomed back to High RiverHigh River Times

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Debaters favourite brings laughs to Valley – Canada.com
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Debaters favourite brings laughs to Valley
Canada.com
“It's the Debaters!” That cry is familiar to thousands of Valley CBC radio listeners as it signifies that the crazy show that features comics trading “fact and funny” to make debating points is back for another session. But This is Not Debatable: Debaters headliner 
Steve Patterson vows to deliver laughs to the 'Campbell River and the VernonsVancouver Sun
Steve Patterson: “It's a marvellous time to be a comedian.”Kamloops This Week

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Calgary-raised TV writer Semi Chellas joins David Cronenberg, Alanis … – Calgary Herald
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Calgary-raised TV writer Semi Chellas joins David Cronenberg, Alanis
Calgary Herald
TORONTO — Director David Cronenberg and documentary filmmaker Alanis Obomsawin are getting special honours from the Canadian Screen Awards. The Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television, which runs the annual bash, says Cronenberg will 
W5 named among winners for 2014 Canadian Screen AwardsCTV News
David Cronenberg among recipients of Canadian Screen Awards honorsToronto Star

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Lynn Coady wins Scotiabank Giller Prize – Toronto Star
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Lynn Coady wins Scotiabank Giller Prize
Toronto Star
Lynn Coady won the Scotiabank Giller Prize Tuesday night, at its dynamic 20th anniversary celebration, for her short-story collection Hellgoing . The Edmonton-based writer wept as she accepted the award at the black-tie dinner at the Ritz-Carlton, joking that 
Lynn Coady of Edmonton wins $50000 Scotiabank Giller Prize for HellgoingWinnipeg Free Press
Edmonton author Lynn Coady wins 2013 Giller PrizeThe Globe and Mail
Lynn Coady wins 2013 Giller Prize for HellgoingNational Post
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