Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Photo Advisory Addition

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Photo Advisory Addition

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Photo advisory addition

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The Canadian Press picture advisory addition for Monday, Nov. 17, 2014. Entries with an estimated photo transmission time are staffed by The Canadian Press or Associated Press photographers.UPDATES TRANSMISSION TIMES PURLBROOK, N.S.--A tree-cutting ceremony is held for this year's Nova Scotia tree for Boston. (moved)RIVIERE-DU-LOUP, Que.--Public inquiry starts regarding the l'Isle-Verte fire tragedy. (moved)MONTREAL--Premier Philippe Couillard event. (1230)OTTAWA--Question period. (1500)OTTAWA--Shelly Glover, Minister of Canadian Heritage and Official Languages, MPs John Baird and MP Royal Galipeau will make an announcement on about the Canada Science and Technology Museums Corporation. (1700)WHITBY, Ont.--Federal byelection for Whitby-Oshawa. (as available)EDMONTON--Alberta speech from the throne. (1600)VANCOUVER--Media availability with B.C. Lions' football coach Mike Benevides. (1830)

OUTSIDE CANADA COVERAGE:Nil sighted.

AP PHOTO COVERAGE:A selection of AP's content is transmitted to the CP wire. The full AP feed provided by The Canadian Press is available real-time at the agency's online archives: http://www.cpimages.com/

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