Photo Advisory Addition

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Photo Advisory Addition


Photo advisory addition

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The Canadian Press picture advisory addition for Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2013.Daily coverage is provided by a combination of The Canadian Press staff and member papers. Entries with an estimated photo transmission time are staffed by The Canadian Press or Associated Press photographers, all other events are requested coverage by member papers.

REMOVES:VANCOUVER--Premier Christy Clark attends pink shirt day event. (1730)

ADDITION:LANGLEY, B.C.--Investigation after a man has been found dead inside a marijuana grow-op. (1500)

HALIFAX--John Mark Tillmann, accused of stealing artifacts, appears in court (1300)MONTREAL--The Caisse de depot releases 2012 results. (1130) OTTAWA--Members of the eastern Quebec Employment Insurance Coalition hold a press conference.(1100)OTTAWA--NDP Leader Tom Mulcair holds a press conference to slam Conservative EI reform.(1100)OTTAWA--Supreme Court of Canada renders a decision in the appeal of Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission vs William Whatcott. (1130)OTTAWA--John Baird will host his counterpart, Dimitris Avramopoulos, Greece's Minister of Foreign Affairs. (1200) OTTAWA--Question Period. (1500)TORONTO--Astral Media Inc. holds its annual meeting of shareholders. (1530)TORONTO--NHL action Montreal Canadiens vs Toronto Maple Leafs. (2030)GRAND PRAIRIE--Sentencing for Brandon Holubowich in the deaths of four high school football players. (1200)LANGLEY, B.C.--Investigation after a man found dead inside a marijuana grow-op. (1500)EVENT COVERAGE OUTSIDE CANADA DUNEDIN, Fla.--Houston Astros - Toronto Blue Jays exhibition baseball action. (1530)CLEVELAND--NBA action Toronto Raptors vs Cleveland Cavaliers. (2100)

US 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: www.cpimages.com

US-EAST East photo plans from the Associated Press for Wednesday Feb. 27, 2013 as of 11:00 am

OHIO

Afternoon memorial march by students and first responders from the high school to town square to mark the one year anniversary of the Chardon school shootings. -- STF

Teacher Bible story - Member photo has moved

TOR-CLE BKN 7pm

PENNSYLVANIA

FAMILY-STYLE SCHOOL LUNCHES

PHILADELPHIA _ Renowned chef Marc Vetri is bringing family-style dining to the school cafeteria. His "Eatiquette" program, now in place at six Philadelphia elementary schools, has students sit at round tables, pass plates of food to one another, and use real plates and silverware. Vetri says the model is affordable, encourages better nutrition, and has social benefits that extend beyond the lunch table. This is in a district where about 80 percent of the students are poor enough to qualify for free or reduced-price lunch. STF Matt Rourke, has moved

BUDGET BATTLE-DEMONSTRATION - In response to automatic federal budget cuts scheduled to occur Friday, March 1, activists from the organization Keystone Progress and other advocacy groups hold a "Stop the Sequester!" demonstration and discussion outside the Philadelphia district office of U.S. Sen. Robert P. Casey Jr., -- STF

BKC Pitt South Florida

BKC Penn State Michigan, 6:30pm

HKN Capitals Flyers

NEW JERSEY

PRINCETON-GIVING AWAY HOUSES

PRINCETON _ The grey house, built in the 1890s, boasts a large porch, Victorian scroll moulding and a fireplace, and can be yours. For free. But only if you can haul it out of Princeton. Princeton University is giving away seven houses it needs to get rid of in order to start a new development project.

NEW YORK CITY

NEWS:

SPORTS:

Golden State Warriors @ New York Knicks.

NORTHERN NEW YORK

People's Hearing--groups push for minimum wage increase -- STF

CONNECTICUT

A grandmother and two grandsons were found dead Tuesday night in Preston after and Amber Alert was issued when she took them from their daycare in the afternoon - Police handout photos BX101-102 of the three deceased. …

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