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2014/12/17 17:31
2014/12/17 17:31
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Long before the Rob Ford bobblehead doll, you could own a bust of the prime minister or a print of the premier. It’s possible that some lucky souls will find a Rob Ford bobblehead doll under their...
2014/12/17 17:31
2014/12/17 17:31
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2014/12/17 11:12
2014/12/17 11:12
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WASHINGTON - An unusual phenomenon has transpired in the United States Congress when it comes to mentions of Canada. In fact, it's more like two phenomena. The first is that references to Canada...
2014/12/13 14:46
2014/12/13 14:46
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First past the post is a wonderful way to decide a horse race. It's not so great a way to choose a government to represent all people's political views. Quite simply, winner-take-all means the...
2014/12/05 17:42
2014/12/05 17:42
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Campbellford native Jay Chapman, a junior midfielder at Michigan State, is a semi-finalist for the MAC Hermann Trophy, the highest individual intercollegiate award for men's soccer players in the...
2014/12/05 10:39
2014/12/05 10:39
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The federal government has sold an Oslo mansion for well below its original asking price of $20-million, fuelling new concern that the Conservatives are unloading diplomatic assets at fire-sale...
2014/12/01 13:39
2014/12/01 13:39
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Hamilton coach Jeff Kott, left, talks football with his Edmonton counterpart, Kent Anderson, during a stop in Edmonton to pick up the Eastglen Blue Devils. (Darren McGee/The Globe and Mail) Eastglen...
2014/11/28 21:35
2014/11/28 21:35
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This year’s annual Sir John A. Macdonald dinner will not only toast Canada’s first prime minister, but his grandson Hugh Gainsford as well. “Hugh was a big part of our success. He was personable,...
2014/11/26 21:35
2014/11/26 21:35
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The culture of our city, any city, extends to the schools we have; from how the next generation is taught and integrated into our community to how schools serve our neighbourhoods beyond classroom...
2014/11/26 10:39
2014/11/26 10:39
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Additionally, the Chiefs received new jerseys, equipment, team clothing, a tackling sled and guest coaching from CFL players. Surprises became de rigueur, so when the players were taken to Tim Hortons...
2014/11/25 22:35
2014/11/25 22:35
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Christmas came early for several Orillia organizations. Seven groups received grants as part of the city’s third and final installment of its 2014 grants program. This round of grants represents...
2014/11/25 17:20
2014/11/25 17:20
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A new exhibit at the Orillia Museum of Art and History explores the plight of Canada’s first prime minister in bringing the country together. “The big thing with Sir John A. is the building of the...
2014/11/25 08:19
2014/11/25 08:19
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The Canadian Football League is coming to Vancouver for the 102nd Grey Cup without some of the big sponsors that it had for 2011’s game, but the planned activations are decidedly more...
2014/11/24 14:56
2014/11/24 14:56
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Wilfrid Laurier: Sir John Macdonald now belongs to the ages, and it can be said with certainty, that the career which has just been closed is one of the most remarkable careers of this century ... As...
2014/11/24 07:55
2014/11/24 07:55
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Cartoon by Greg Perry. At our Remembrance Day ceremony in Lions Bay, we heard a great deal about sacrifices made in two world wars for democracy and freedom -- a pretty constant theme, I dare say,...
2014/11/22 18:31
2014/11/22 18:31
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The first of a two-part look at the back half of the Globe and Mail's name. What’s in a name? In the case of the Globe and Mail, it’s a combination of two historical Toronto newspapers that clashed...
2014/11/22 08:12
2014/11/22 08:12
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KINGSTON – The Chatham-Kent Golden Hawks are guaranteed a medal by reaching the semifinals at the OFSAA 'AAA' boys volleyball championship. The No. 1-seeded Golden Hawks will play No. 2 London...
2014/12/17 17:31
2014/12/17 17:31
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