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Ron Nurwisah

Audience Development Manager, Social and Video for HuffPost Canada

Ron Nurwisah is the audience development manager for social media and video for HuffPost Canada. He grew up in Vancouver but now calls Toronto home.
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Will A Sit-In Work?

UPDATE: The organizers of the Rob Ford sit-in have moved the protest to outside the offices of radio station NewsTalk 1010. Doug and Rob Ford host a weekly call-in show at the station on Sunday. "The...
05/22/2013 10:35 EDT
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This Week Has 7 Tweets

Canadians love twitter. A LOT. This week in seven tweets is a weekly column that looks at the funniest, sharpest tweets written by Canadians and is a look back at the week's events through a 140-character lens.
03/22/2013 06:14 EDT
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Chicago vs. Toronto? Man, We Are An Insecure Whiny Bunch

Earlier this week Toronto inched above Chicago to become the fourth most-populous city in North America. Cue the celebratory articles, columns. Of course Chicago (or the Chicago media) wasn't going to take this lying down. Toronto, you can disagree with Steinberg if you want, but don't let Neil Steinberg get under your skin. Instead of skewering the poor fella for doing his job, really try to have a good time right here in Toronto.
03/09/2013 12:37 EST

This Week Has 7 Tweets

Canadians love twitter. A LOT. This Week In 7 Tweets is a weekly column that looks at the funniest, sharpest tweets written by Canadians and is a look back at the week's events through a 140-character lens.
03/02/2013 12:04 EST
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The Podcasts You Should Be Listening To In 2013

We here at HuffPost Canada love podcasts. We listen to them during our commutes, download them while we're at our desks and try to squeeze a few more in while we're making dinner or before we head to bed. If you're still looking for a New Year's resolution may we suggest adding podcasts to that list. It's an easy way to add great stories to your life and maybe learn something new.
01/08/2013 12:21 EST
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The Middle East's New Social Media War

Israel's assassination of Hamas military chief Ahmed Al-Jaabari on Wednesday sparked another tragic round of bloodletting in the Middle East. Civilians on both sides suffered. But this time, the conflict took a surreal, technological turn as both sides took to social media in an online war of words and images.
11/16/2012 01:39 EST
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Huffington Post Quebec

The Huffington Post’s growing presence in Canada took a big leap this morning with the arrival of Le Huffington Post Québec, the online news and blogging site’s latest expansion. “Quebec is witnessing...
02/08/2012 10:37 EST
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Vancouver Riots, The Kiss Recreated In Lego

This month's Vancouver riots were arguably one of the most traumatic moments in that city's recent history. And sometimes it takes a bit of play to cope when a bunch of jerks decide to trash your tow...
06/27/2011 06:05 EDT
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Milos Raonic's Wimbledon Quest Over

THE CANADIAN PRESS -- WIMBLEDON, England - Canadian Milos Raonic was forced to withdraw from Wimbledon on Wednesday after falling awkwardly during his second-round match. The 20-year-old from Thornhil...
06/22/2011 02:25 EDT