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Brian Jakovina
Works at TOWN OF AURORA
Attended RYERSON UNIVERSITY
Lives in Toronto, ON
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Sad news. Hopefully this is not the beginning of the end for Roger.
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A fabulous performance by our Canadian boy, Milos!
 
Milos #Raonic says his attitude made the difference during his breakthrough semi-final win against #Federer at #Wimbledon.

Read: http://bit.ly/29sxfLa #ATP #Tennis
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Welcome Home Juliet November Echo ‪#‎flyswiss777‬
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Really great match at Aegon Championships this morning.
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A long waited for feature from Google Photos. As usual, a perfect job from Google #googlephotos
 
Web update: Easily adjust the date & time of multiple photos

You took a bunch of great photos with your camera. But when you uploaded them to Google Photos, you realized you forgot to correct the time zone after your last trip. So now you’re stuck with a disorganized photo library, and the thought of changing each time stamp individually makes your head hurt.

Thankfully, adjusting the time or date for a range of photos is now fast, easy, and intuitive.

On photos.google.com, just select the group of photos you’d like to adjust and click “Edit date & time” in the menu dropdown. You’ll be able to shift or set the time stamps, and preview the changes before saving.

In addition, you can now delete photos directly from an album – just select photos and click “Move to trash” in the menu dropdown.

These updates are rolling out now on photos.google.com.
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Sad news. Rafa was playing some great tennis to start Roland Garros.
 
9-time champion Rafael #Nadal withdraws from Roland Garros due to wrist injury. Read: http://bit.ly/1TJl9tG #RG16 #ATP #tennis
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Go Milos! #milosraonic
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Wow! Not much more to be said than that.
 
The average price of a home in the Toronto region rose to $746,546 in June, up 16.8 per cent from the same month last year, as the supply of housing continued to decline.
The average price of a home in the Toronto region rose to $746,546 as record-level demand continues.
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These look like must tries, especially if old school burgers are your thing
Scarborough is home to some truly excellent burgers that could totally fill up an episode of Diners, Drive-ins & Dives. From nostalgic institutions to new family eateries, you'll find flame-licked beef patties throughout this borough that'll make your mouth water. Here are my picks for the top burgers in Scarborough....
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Cool
 
Today’s #GoogleDoodle celebrates Karl Landsteiner, the scientist who discovered blood types A, B, AB and O. http://goo.gl/ZGqJl9
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Fabulous win for Thiem
 
Dominic #Thiem saves two match points to defeat Roger #Federer and move into the final in Stuttgart. More: http://bit.ly/1U15Tqd
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Google Photos is just one of the most special services on the planet.
Nothing even comes close to this amazing service. #googlephotos
 
One year ago, we introduced Google Photos. And if there’s anything we’ve learned in these short 12 months, it’s that time flies! That’s why creating a home for your memories matters. Google Photos is all about putting the special moments from the past at your fingertips. And in just a year, 200 million of you have stored 13.7 petabytes worth of photos (...and taken 24 billion selfies).

Thanks for a wonderful #YearofPhotos . Here’s to more years of taking selfies making memories!

For more on how to get the most out of Google Photos, check out the Google blog:
https://googleblog.blogspot.com/2016/05/google-photos-one-year-200-million.html
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  • TOWN OF AURORA
    Landscape Architect, 2009 - present
    Landscape Architect for the Town of Aurora Parks and Recreation Services Department
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Landscape Architect, Town of Aurora, ON. ...."It's a little bit funny..."
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  • RYERSON UNIVERSITY
    Landscape Architecture, 1979 - 1982
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    High School, 1974 - 1977
  • YORK UNIVERSITY
    Geography, 1977 - 1978
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Home of the annual Rogers Cup Tennis Tournament. Rotating with Montreal for either the men's Masters 1000 event or the WTA Premier Series event In 2016, it was the Men in Toronto.
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Just the best off-strip hotel and resort in Las Vegas with an amazing pool area and great selection of classy restaurants. Incredible spa as well if that's your thing. Tip? The steakhouse, T-Bones Chophouse is one the best you'll ever visit. Check out my photos.
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Fabulous food in a wonderful atmosphere. This is a high level take on Greek and Aegan cuisine done perfectly. We had a series of appetizers, all were great and three different mains, lamp lollipops, grilled Seabass and pork chops and sausages. You can't go wrong with any of these! A fabulous wine list highlighted with many Greek wines and an all Greek beer list. This would be the one beef at Mamakas, the beer is terribly overpriced. Some 437ml bottles costing $9 is way overpriced. Other than that little hiccup, this place is great and highly recommended.
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Always lineups at Busters, but well worth the wait. So many great dishes, but my personal faves include the grilled fish, any kind. Deep fried smelt, grilled shrimp and the amazing clam chowder, a meal on its own. Tips? One person orders in the line, others hunt for a table! The cole slaw is a must!
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We were here for Summerlicious 2016. Overall food was really good, with an outstanding selection of beers. Especially tasty during their $5.00 hooch hour. Id be happy to add the last star, but service, especially the timing and length of time was really poor. Might be tempted to say that that food event might have had something to do with it. Another try is in order during a normal time.
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Really eye opening when you walk inside. Just a beautiful interior, themed to the old west parlour days. It's just stunning. Service and food wise, Weslodge has some very tasty dishes and just great cocktails all served by a friendly staff. The value for your dollar here is not the greatest and portions for some plates are definitely on the smaller side, but they make up for it with the attention to detail paid to the flavour. We would definitely go again and most definitely make a night of it sitting at the cool bar sipping those fantastic cocktails. Best dish we had; the pancakes at brunch. Out of this world.
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There are many great upscale Italian restaurants in Toronto and Gusto101 slides in very nicely near the top of that list. Great food, great service all surrounded with great atmosphere and a little old school vibe. Highly recommended, we can hardly wait to go back. Check out my submitted photo of the amazing pizza at Gusto.
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