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Tom Longboat, Indigenous self-determination and discrimination in sport

Tom Longboat, Indigenous self-determination and discrimination in sport

9 hours ago   |   CG Compass

Janice Forsyth is Associate Professor of Sociology and Director of First Nations Studies at Western University in London, Ontario, and a member of the Fisher River Cree Nation...
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Virgin Atlantic resuming U.S. service next month

15 hours ago   |   Travel Weekly

The carrier will relaunch flights to Orlando from London Heathrow on July 20. The following day, service will to New York and Los Angeles.
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News: Finden appointed executive pastry chef at Pan Pacific London

23 hours ago   |   Breaking Travel News   |   3 articles

Pan Pacific London has announced the appointment of Cherish Finden as executive pastry chef. Born in Singapore, she has over 30 years of international experience and will be...
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News: Virgin Atlantic to offer passenger services from next month

1 day ago   |   Breaking Travel News   |   2 articles

Virgin Atlantic has announced its plan to restart passenger flying. Services from London Heathrow to Orlando, Hong Kong, Shanghai, New York JFK and Los Angeles set to resume...
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News: London City Airport to reopen this month

1 day ago   |   Breaking Travel News   |   2 articles

London City Airport has announced plans to restart commercial operations from the end of June. The central London facility initially closed in March, with plans to reopen at...
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News: Breaking Travel News agenda: World Travel Market - London to return in November

1 day ago   |   Breaking Travel News   |   3 articles

Good news for tourism insiders growing weary of online conferences, World Travel Market - London has confirmed it will return to ExCel later this year.
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Travel Trolley demanded a £75 admin fee for a refund

1 day ago   |   The Guardian

My flight was cancelled by the airline but the agent still insisted on a credit note I booked flights through Skyscanner.net. The issuing agent was Travel Trolley. Like...
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The best hotel restaurants make you feel as if you aren't in a hotel

5 days ago   |   The Guardian

Some dining rooms in hotels can be magnificent. But at other places it's very quickly time to check out On 4 May, London's Claridge's hotel posted a picture of the main...
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Health care workers protest lack of protective gear

5 days ago   |   Newsday

Health care workers have rallied in New London to protest what they call a shortage of personal protective equipment as they treat patients with the coronavirus
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H. M. Tomlinson's “The Sea and the Jungle”

H. M. Tomlinson's “The Sea and the Jungle”

6 days ago   |   Nowhere

:: RETROSCOPE :: Retroscope is a monthly series that mines the past for literary travel writing gems. Vast liquid yellow highways, tropical chaffinches, tumuli, black doubt...
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Tom Longboat, Indigenous self-determination and discrimination in sport

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Janice Forsyth is Associate Professor of Sociology and Director of First Nations Studies at Western University in London, Ontario, and a member of the Fisher River Cree Nation... Read more ...

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