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How to Plan your own Wedding (Part 2)
So there is a chance that I have been slacking on the
writing part of this wedding planning, but I can assure you I have not been
slacking on the planning part. As I expected, planning a wedding has been the easiest thing
that I have ever done in my life. T...

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How to Plan your own Wedding (Part 1)
  Planning a wedding is a cinch, trust
me. There is very little money can’t buy, including someone to plan your
wedding. Just hire a wedding planner and you are done—easy peasy! (Ha!) Okay, so for those of you who can’t afford a wedding planner, coordinator...

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The Orenda by Joseph Boyden wins Canada Reads
The Orenda by Joseph Boyden
is the winner of Canada Reads 2014. This post is very late, as I hadn’t finished the book until this past weekend. This novel was defended by Wab Kinew who is
“an award winning journalist, [an] aboriginal activist and [a] hip-hop...

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The fourth book voted off of Canada Reads 2014 is: Cockroach by Rawi Hage
 Cockroach by Rawi Hage was the fourth book voted off of Canada Reads 2014. This book was defended by Samantha Bee who is an award winning comic, actor and writer. She has been a correspondent on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart since 2003. I read this novel...

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The third book voted off of Canada Reads 2014 is: Annabel by Kathleen Winter
Annabel by Kathleen Winter was the third book to be voted off Canada Reads 2014. The book was defended by Sarah Gadon who "is one of Canada's most promising young actors and a rising star in
Hollywood. She has appeared in David Cronenberg's two most recent...

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The second book voted off of Canada Reads 2014 is: Half Blood Blues by Esi Edugyan
Half Blood Blues by Esi Edugyan
was the second book voted off of Canada Reads 2014. This novel was defended by
Donovan Bailey who is a two time Olympic gold medalist, and still holds a world
record for the 50 meter dash. ( http://www.cbc.ca/books/canadaread...

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The first book voted off of Canada Reads 2014 is: The Year of the Flood by Margaret Atwood
The Year of the Flood by
Margaret Atwood was the first book to be voted off of Canada Reads 2014. This
novel was defended by Stephen Lewis, who is a “Canadian philanthropist and a
Companion of the Order of Canada. [He is also] the chair of the Stephen Lewis...

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