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Hudson Bay

Hudson Bay

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  1. The bus was making a left turn from East McLoughlin Boulevard to northbound Grand Boulevard when it hit the teen, police said. FULL ARTICLE AT Oregon Live

  2. Beaconing is not only for retail. Because beacons can trigger mobile interactions based on proximity to the device, organizations of all types are creating and testing all kinds of potential ... FULL ARTICLE AT MediaPost

  1. Police say a 15-year-old girl on her way to Hudson's Bay High School Monday morning in Vancouver was struck by a school bus in a crosswalk. FULL ARTICLE AT The Olympian

  2. Hunting quotas for Canada’s southernmost population of polar bears have been drastically cut. Inuit and Cree hunters have agreed to reduce their harvest of the southern Hudson Bay population ... FULL ARTICLE AT News 1130

  3. Minister Aglukkaq convened meeting with governments, aboriginal groups to discuss polar bear population FULL ARTICLE AT Canada News Centre

  1. Old Apple Tree Festival in Vancouver will celebrate the Northwest's oldest apple tree

    The event will mark the 188th birthday of the apple tree that is considered the matriarch of Washington State's apple industry. It was planted at the fort in 1826 ... FULL ARTICLE AT Oregon Live

  2. Digital Ally's (DGLY) shelf filing allows Hudson Bay Capital to sell up to 1.19M shares. The shares are tied to an August private placement in which both convertible ... FULL ARTICLE AT Seeking Alpha

  3. The Hudson Bay Inland Sea, the largest seasonally ice-covered inland sea in the world, consists of Hudson Strait, Foxe Basin, Hudson Bay, James Bay and Ungava Bay. Its vast seascape ... FULL ARTICLE AT international Institute for Sustainable Development

  4. INSIDE a secure, three-storey-high, climate-controlled vault in the heart of downtown Winnipeg are stored the archival records of North America's longest continually operating businesses -- the Hudson's Bay Company ... FULL ARTICLE AT Winnipeg Free Press

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Hudson Bay (French: baie d'Hudson) is a large body of water in northeastern Canada. It drains a very large area that includes parts of Ontario, Quebec, Saskatchewan, Alberta, most of Manitoba, southeastern Nunavut, as well as parts of North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, and Montana. A smaller offshoot of the bay, James Bay, lies to the south. The Eastern Cree name for Hudson and James Bay is... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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