John A. Macdonald

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CBC.ca
Hydro poles fall down in Kingston, Ont., sending live wires onto vehicleson Friday, sending live wires onto vehicles. The collapse happened at about no
Hydro poles fall down in Kingston, Ont., sending live wires onto vehicles
CBC.ca / Posted 9 days ago
on Friday, sending live wires onto vehicles. The collapse happened at about noon on John Counter Boulevard, between Sir John A. Macdonald Boulevard and Portsmouth Avenue. Kingston police said about 10 to 15 hydro poles came down. Two young... Read more
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Hamilton News
June 9: Saving Delta high, the future of driving and other letters to the editorschool trustees. When I started this petition I focused on Delta, then I was in
June 9: Saving Delta high, the future of driving and other letters to the editor
Hamilton News / Posted 17 days ago
school trustees. When I started this petition I focused on Delta, then I was informed that it is a package deal with Sir John A. Macdonald Secondary school. Education has always been important and continues to be. Students need to learn from the... Read more
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Calgary Sun
MPs get their official scotchBurns Supper, the Scottish celebration of poet Robert Burns held every January
MPs get their official scotch
Calgary Sun / Posted 18 days ago
Burns Supper, the Scottish celebration of poet Robert Burns held every January 25. MPs and senators in kilts have been gathering on Parliament Hill for a Burns Supper likely going back to our Glasgow-born first prime minister, Sir John A. Macdo... Read more
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Belleville Intelligencer
Schools under microscopetwo secondary schools. The Centennial elementary group — Foxboro Public School
Schools under microscope
Belleville Intelligencer / Posted 19 days ago
two secondary schools. The Centennial elementary group — Foxboro Public School, Prince Charles School (Belleville), Sir John A. Macdonald School and Susanna Moodie Elementary School — could potentially consolidate into three schools. Likewise,... Read more
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CTV News
Trudeau, wife Sophie joke on stage at Parliamentary Press Gallery dinnerthe origins of the annual gallery dinner date back at least to the early 1870s,
Trudeau, wife Sophie joke on stage at Parliamentary Press Gallery dinner
CTV News / Posted 21 days ago
the origins of the annual gallery dinner date back at least to the early 1870s, with references in some newspapers to Sir John A. Macdonald attending. A major part of the angst for leaders and governors general is that they are expected to... Read more
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CBC.ca
Southbound Bank Street is now closed from Wellington to Albertdowntown Ottawa traffic. Construction workers are digging a big pit at the int
Southbound Bank Street is now closed from Wellington to Albert
CBC.ca / Posted 22 days ago
downtown Ottawa traffic. Construction workers are digging a big pit at the intersection of Booth Street and the Sir John A. MacDonald Parkway to upgrade a storm sewer. That means the parkway will be closed from Preston Street to Booth... Read more
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CBC.ca
Massive raids on Toronto pot shops spark more cannabis confusionand send it off to one of 31 licensed producers across the country, who mail it
Massive raids on Toronto pot shops spark more cannabis confusion
CBC.ca / Posted 26 days ago
and send it off to one of 31 licensed producers across the country, who mail it back. It's all very efficient — John A. Macdonald would be proud. The "civilly disobedient" system operates with dispensaries, an option Black says patients... Read more
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CTV News
Potential billion-dollar deal for Metis as feds address historic land disputewith Manitoba’s Metis. The document outlines the government’s intention to fin
Potential billion-dollar deal for Metis as feds address historic land dispute
CTV News / Posted 30 days ago
with Manitoba’s Metis. The document outlines the government’s intention to finally honour a promise made under Sir John A. Macdonald to distribute 5,565 square kilometres of land, including what later became modern-day Winnipeg, to the... Read more
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Collingwood Enterprise-Bulletin
Drurys led Ontario into 20th centurythe late 19th century, federally and provincially. He also disliked the Tories
Drurys led Ontario into 20th century
Collingwood Enterprise-Bulletin / Posted 30 days ago
the late 19th century, federally and provincially. He also disliked the Tories because the Conservative prime minister, Sir John A. Macdonald, was embroiled in a scandal with the railway. Before he ran provincially, Charles looked to improve life... Read more
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Orillia Packet & Times
Drurys led Ontario into 20th centurythe late 19th century, federally and provincially. He also disliked the Tories
Drurys led Ontario into 20th century
Orillia Packet & Times / Posted 30 days ago
the late 19th century, federally and provincially. He also disliked the Tories because the Conservative prime minister, Sir John A. Macdonald, was embroiled in a scandal with the railway. Before he ran provincially, Charles looked to improve life... Read more
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Barrie Examiner
Druries led Ontario into 20th centurythe late 19th century, federally and provincially. He also disliked the Tories
Druries led Ontario into 20th century
Barrie Examiner / Posted 30 days ago
the late 19th century, federally and provincially. He also disliked the Tories because the Conservative prime minister, Sir John A. Macdonald, was embroiled in a scandal with the railway. Before he ran provincially, Charles looked to improve life... Read more
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The Brockton Enterprise
Real estate sales in the Brockton area, May 27Mortgage&Fin, 9 Woodville Way, $180,675 Roger E. Monast and Linda S. Monast to
Real estate sales in the Brockton area, May 27
The Brockton Enterprise / Posted a month ago
Mortgage&Fin, 9 Woodville Way, $180,675 Roger E. Monast and Linda S. Monast to Emily A. Upham, 28 Highland Road, $250,000 John A. MacDonald and Hsbc Bank Usa Na to Frederick Rudnicki, 61 Carver Road, $215,000 Prisco A. Vozzella and Barbara D.... Read more
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