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News Mail
Results of games played at the Isis Bowls ClubRESULTS of games played at the Isis Bowls Club: Tuesday August 18 - Jackpot Pa
Results of games played at the Isis Bowls Club
News Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
RESULTS of games played at the Isis Bowls Club: Tuesday August 18 - Jackpot Pairs: D. Haley, R. Clements def D. Jones, G. Daw 26-21; L. Ackroyd, K. Burton def Deb, P. Mete 30-12; M. Bolderson, A. Ritchie def D. Saunders, J. Daniels 34-15. Thursday... Read more
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Timmins Times
Over The Hill by Diane ArmstrongBy Diane Armstrong The line made famous by Lily Tomlin conjures up an image of
Over The Hill by Diane Armstrong
Timmins Times / Posted 5 hours ago
By Diane Armstrong The line made famous by Lily Tomlin conjures up an image of a friendly telephone operator. Where there were once hundreds in that profession in Northern Ontario, I have been unable to learn how many there are today. The operator I... Read more
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Timmins Times
Dubeau denies any conflict of interestlen.gillis@sunmedia.ca Timmins councillor Rick Dubeau said he was hoping to me
Dubeau denies any conflict of interest
Timmins Times / Posted 16 hours ago
len.gillis@sunmedia.ca Timmins councillor Rick Dubeau said he was hoping to meet with a cabinet minister last week as Dubeau the businessman, not Dubeau the city councillor. Dubeau claimed there was never a conflict because he said his roles as... Read more
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techcentral.ie
Search for Ireland's top Silver Surfers beginsPictured: Noeline Brennan, Marie O'Gorman and Adrienne Swan with broadcaster Ge
Search for Ireland's top Silver Surfers begins
techcentral.ie / Posted 19 hours ago
Pictured: Noeline Brennan, Marie O'Gorman and Adrienne Swan with broadcaster George Hook Awards will be given out in five categories Nominations have opened for this year’s Silver Surfers Awards. The competitoin, organised by Age Action, searches... Read more
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The Marshall News Messenger
Harrison County commissioners rule out Juneteenth observance as benefiting taxpayersPct. 2 County Commissioner Zephaniah Timmins' colleagues on the commissioners c
Harrison County commissioners rule out Juneteenth observance as benefiting taxpayers
The Marshall News Messenger / Posted 19 hours ago
Pct. 2 County Commissioner Zephaniah Timmins' colleagues on the commissioners court didn't support his motion to reinstate Emancipation Day on the holiday calendar because they wanted to put more cash in employees' pockets as well as give taxpayers... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Sudbury P0V: Northern Ontario votes will matterNorthern Ontario sent an almost equal mix of MPs to Ottawa in 2011: Six NDPers
Sudbury P0V: Northern Ontario votes will matter
The Sudbury Star / Posted yesterday
Northern Ontario sent an almost equal mix of MPs to Ottawa in 2011: Six NDPers and four Conservatives. Since then, Bruce Hyer (Thunder Bay-Superior North) left the NDP to join the Green Party in 2013 following a dispute with leader Tom Mulcair over... Read more
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The Marshall News Messenger
Juneteenth holiday proposition fails in Harrison County; residents advocate for observanceThe reinstatement of the Juneteenth holiday on the county calendar failed durin
Juneteenth holiday proposition fails in Harrison County; residents advocate for observance
The Marshall News Messenger / Posted yesterday
The reinstatement of the Juneteenth holiday on the county calendar failed during a special-called commissioners court meeting, Monday, for lack of a second motion. Pct. 2 County Commissioner Zephaniah Timmins requested the court put the item on the... Read more
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NHL.com
Jacob De La Rose, Charles Hudon of Montreal Canadiens among top five prospectsMONTREAL -- The Montreal Canadiens' prospect pool has decent depth but lacks to
Jacob De La Rose, Charles Hudon of Montreal Canadiens among top five prospects
NHL.com / Posted yesterday
MONTREAL -- The Montreal Canadiens' prospect pool has decent depth but lacks top-end talent. The main reason is the Canadiens have not picked earlier than 25th in each of the past three NHL Drafts, and they did not have a second-round pick in either... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Canadians to start exhibition seasonThe Sudbury Nickel Barons were up 2-0 in their best-of-seven series versus the
Canadians to start exhibition season
The Sudbury Star / Posted 2 days ago
The Sudbury Nickel Barons were up 2-0 in their best-of-seven series versus the Elliot Lake Wildcats in last season's playoffs. Everything was going according to plan, but the Barons hit a roadblock. The Wildcats won four straight games, blanking the... Read more
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Timmins Times
Timmins mayor shocked by Dubeau's planslen.gillis@sunmedia.ca A Timmins city councillor who publicly stated he wanted
Timmins mayor shocked by Dubeau's plans
Timmins Times / Posted 2 days ago
len.gillis@sunmedia.ca A Timmins city councillor who publicly stated he wanted the right to meet with cabinet ministers during the recent AMO (Association of Municipalities of Ontario) convention in Niagara Falls was not telling the whole... Read more
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Downers Grove Reporter Progress
Crawford: Welcome to new Chamber630 board membersJoining the Chamber630 Board are Ron Castrogiovanni of Waddell & Reed; Dan Coil
Crawford: Welcome to new Chamber630 board members
Downers Grove Reporter Progress / Posted 2 days ago
Joining the Chamber630 Board are Ron Castrogiovanni of Waddell & Reed; Dan Coil of Waddell & Reed; Dean Malone of Midwestern University; Kevin O'Flaherty of O'Flaherty Law; and Chuck Zimmerman of Corporate Strategies & Solutions. Per the Chamber630... Read more
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The Marshall News Messenger
Harrison County budget OK'd; resident addresses issuesDespite drawing dissension and concern, the Harrison County Commissioners Court
Harrison County budget OK'd; resident addresses issues
The Marshall News Messenger / Posted 2 days ago
Despite drawing dissension and concern, the Harrison County Commissioners Court managed to pass, on Monday, the proposed $27 million budget for the upcoming fiscal year, with a unanimous vote. "I'm thrilled to have the budget passed," said Harrison... Read more
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The Huffington Post
Native Vote Could Make The Difference In Canada's ElectionsCredit: Fred Chartrand/The Canadian PressA crowd gathers after a group of young
Native Vote Could Make The Difference In Canada's Elections
The Huffington Post / Posted 3 days ago
Credit: Fred Chartrand/The Canadian PressA crowd gathers after a group of young indigenous people traveled from the James Bay Cree community of Whapmagoostui, Quebec, to Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Canada, on March 25, 2013. Canada is facing a... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Six minutes to better sleepWe’re all aware that millions of us don’t get enough sleep and that can lead to
Six minutes to better sleep
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 3 days ago
We’re all aware that millions of us don’t get enough sleep and that can lead to a host of serious medical problems. Instead of getting a new mattress, maybe a quick yoga routine is what the sandman ordered. Sometimes no matter how hard you try and... Read more
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Football Australia
FFA Cup Round of 16 Form GuideDoes positive league form and results correlate into winning performances in th
FFA Cup Round of 16 Form Guide
Football Australia / Posted 4 days ago
Does positive league form and results correlate into winning performances in the Cup? Here’s the lowdown on each of the nine Member Federation clubs’ form in their respective leagues heading into their Westfield FFA Cup Round of 16 ties. Rockdale... Read more
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Chatham This Week
Epic saleRemember a while back when a Timmins teacher found that final box of cereal to
Epic sale
Chatham This Week / Posted 4 days ago
Remember a while back when a Timmins teacher found that final box of cereal to roll off the line at London’s Kellogg plant? Well, it seems there were at least a few more of those “final” boxes. One was found by that teacher and signed by former... Read more
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Airdrie Echo
Epic saleRemember a while back when a Timmins teacher found that final box of cereal to
Epic sale
Airdrie Echo / Posted 4 days ago
Remember a while back when a Timmins teacher found that final box of cereal to roll off the line at London’s Kellogg plant? Well, it seems there were at least a few more of those “final” boxes. One was found by that teacher and signed by former... Read more
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Daily Mail
Neighbours star Ryan Moloney celebrates 20 years playing ToadieRamsay Street favourite! Neighbours star Ryan Moloney celebrates an incredible
Neighbours star Ryan Moloney celebrates 20 years playing Toadie
Daily Mail / Posted 4 days ago
Ramsay Street favourite! Neighbours star Ryan Moloney celebrates an incredible 20 years playing Toadie on iconic Aussie soap When fans of Neighbours think of Ramsay Street, lovable resident Jarrod 'Toadfish' Rebecchi immediately comes to mind. And... Read more
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Cold Lake Sun
Epic saleRemember a while back when a Timmins teacher found that final box of cereal to
Epic sale
Cold Lake Sun / Posted 5 days ago
Remember a while back when a Timmins teacher found that final box of cereal to roll off the line at London’s Kellogg plant? Well, it seems there were at least a few more of those “final” boxes. One was found by that teacher and signed by former... Read more
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The Sault Star
Celebrating Stompin' TomDuncan Fremlin stomped along with Stompin' Tom. Now, the Bar River native is t
Celebrating Stompin' Tom
The Sault Star / Posted 5 days ago
Duncan Fremlin stomped along with Stompin' Tom. Now, the Bar River native is touring Ontario with his band to celebrate the music of the Canadian singer whose hits included Sudbury Saturday Night, Bud the Spud and Tillsonburg. Fremlin, on banjo,... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Ryan still loves his soapie alter egoWhy Neighbour’s star Ryan Moloney still loves his soapie alter ego Toadie after
Ryan still loves his soapie alter ego
Daily Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
Why Neighbour’s star Ryan Moloney still loves his soapie alter ego Toadie after 20 years | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on QuestNews website SearchUse keywords to search content on QuestNews website Ryan Moloney who plays... Read more
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Timmins Times
NDP leader in Timmins slams hydro sell-off planOntario NDP leader Andrea Horwath has praised both Timmins city council and the
NDP leader in Timmins slams hydro sell-off plan
Timmins Times / Posted 6 days ago
Ontario NDP leader Andrea Horwath has praised both Timmins city council and the Timmins Chamber of Commerce for adding their voices to the growing chorus of protest against the Ontario government plan to sell off part of Hydro One. Horwath made the... Read more
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Timmins Times
20,000 programs printed for Timmins kayak festivallen.gillis@sunmedia.ca Marketing for the Great Canadian Kayak Challenge and Fe
20,000 programs printed for Timmins kayak festival
Timmins Times / Posted 6 days ago
len.gillis@sunmedia.ca Marketing for the Great Canadian Kayak Challenge and Festival took on a new look this week with the production of 20,000 printed program booklets. The 24-page full colour books feature a full list of events for the challenge... Read more
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Timmins Times
Timmins cop pleads to two DUI-related chargesA disgraced Timmins Police officer has publicly apologized to the community aft
Timmins cop pleads to two DUI-related charges
Timmins Times / Posted 7 days ago
A disgraced Timmins Police officer has publicly apologized to the community after being convicted for drunk-driving related offenses that occurred on two separate occasions. “I would like to apologize to the residents of the City of Timmins for my... Read more
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Timmins Times
Over The Hill by Diane ArmstrongBy Diane Armstrong As the writer of this column, I get strange requests for in
Over The Hill by Diane Armstrong
Timmins Times / Posted 7 days ago
By Diane Armstrong As the writer of this column, I get strange requests for information. This week, I’ve been asked, 1. How to find a picture that appeared in the local paper in 1969, 2. Who owned or built a certain old garage behind a residence on... Read more
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Timmins Times
Cleaning up at the Timmins landfill siteBy LEN GILLIS len.gillis@sunmedia.ca The City of Timmins will spend more than
Cleaning up at the Timmins landfill site
Timmins Times / Posted 7 days ago
By LEN GILLIS len.gillis@sunmedia.ca The City of Timmins will spend more than $89,000 for an engineering report on collecting methane gas at the Deloro landfill site along with the creation of a leachate pond for dealing with ground contaminants.... Read more
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Timmins Times
Timmins Police search for three young personsA Timmins Police Service news release issued this morning revealed that police
Timmins Police search for three young persons
Timmins Times / Posted 7 days ago
A Timmins Police Service news release issued this morning revealed that police are looking for three young persons missing from the Schumacher residence. The police statement is as follows: The Timmins Police Service is seeking the public’s... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Brighter qualifying prospects for Tall BlacksTall Blacks forward Thomas Abercrombie leaps above Boomers centre Andrew Bogut
Brighter qualifying prospects for Tall Blacks
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 8 days ago
Tall Blacks forward Thomas Abercrombie leaps above Boomers centre Andrew Bogut and guard Chris Goulding. Photo / Mark Mitchell The Tall Blacks' hopes of qualifying for the 2016 Rio Olympics were dealt a heavy blow on Tuesday night, but their future... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Canadians ready to hit the iceThe return of junior hockey to Rayside-Balfour gets underway in earnest Thursda
Canadians ready to hit the ice
The Sudbury Star / Posted 8 days ago
The return of junior hockey to Rayside-Balfour gets underway in earnest Thursday. The Rayside-Balfour Canadians host their first of three on-ice training camp sessions Thursday from 9-11 p.m. at Cambrian Arena. "I'm pretty excited to get going,"... Read more
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Timmins Times
Dubeau not worthy of being councillor: ScripnickRick Dubeau should resign. Since 2003 I have had the chance to experience firs
Dubeau not worthy of being councillor: Scripnick
Timmins Times / Posted 8 days ago
Rick Dubeau should resign. Since 2003 I have had the chance to experience first hand the great leaders that have given their time to move Northern communities forward. As a board member and as the chair of many of our northern organizations I have... Read more
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Timmins Times
Crash victim remains in ‘serious condition’The 23-year-old Timmins woman who was a driver of one of the vehicles in the cr
Crash victim remains in ‘serious condition’
Timmins Times / Posted 8 days ago
The 23-year-old Timmins woman who was a driver of one of the vehicles in the crash that occurred at the Bruce Avenue “Y” intersection and Highway 101 on Tuesday remains in serious condition in hospital, the Timmins Police Service said... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Mom hopes air-travel ordeal fillsAmy Savill says the nurses at the Health Sciences North neonatal intensive care
Mom hopes air-travel ordeal fills
The Sudbury Star / Posted 8 days ago
Amy Savill says the nurses at the Health Sciences North neonatal intensive care unit have become her "new best friends." But she looks forward to touching down in northern Alberta and ending what has already been a month-long ordeal that included an... Read more
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Spruce Grove Examiner
Epic saleRemember a while back when a Timmins teacher found that final box of cereal to
Epic sale
Spruce Grove Examiner / Posted 8 days ago
Remember a while back when a Timmins teacher found that final box of cereal to roll off the line at London’s Kellogg plant? Well, it seems there were at least a few more of those “final” boxes. One was found by that teacher and signed by former... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Ontario and Alberta split air ambulance tab for woman who went into early labourTORONTO -- The governments of Ontario and Alberta have agreed to split the cost
Ontario and Alberta split air ambulance tab for woman who went into early labour
Calgary Sun / Posted 8 days ago
TORONTO -- The governments of Ontario and Alberta have agreed to split the cost of an air ambulance bill for a woman who went into labour two months early while she was on vacation. Alberta's Ministry of Health confirmed the two provinces had come... Read more
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Timmins Times
Epic saleRemember a while back when a Timmins teacher found that final box of cereal to
Epic sale
Timmins Times / Posted 8 days ago
Remember a while back when a Timmins teacher found that final box of cereal to roll off the line at London’s Kellogg plant? Well, it seems there were at least a few more of those “final” boxes. One was found by that teacher and signed by former... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Ontario and Alberta split air ambulance tab for woman who went into early labourThe governments of Ontario and Alberta have agreed to split the cost of an air
Ontario and Alberta split air ambulance tab for woman who went into early labour
The Globe and Mail / Posted 8 days ago
The governments of Ontario and Alberta have agreed to split the cost of an air ambulance bill for a woman who went into labour two months early while she was on vacation. Alberta’s Ministry of Health confirmed the two provinces had come to an... Read more
5 related stories
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Wallaceburg Courier Press
Epic saleRemember a while back when a Timmins teacher found that final box of cereal to
Epic sale
Wallaceburg Courier Press / Posted 8 days ago
Remember a while back when a Timmins teacher found that final box of cereal to roll off the line at London’s Kellogg plant? Well, it seems there were at least a few more of those “final” boxes. One was found by that teacher and signed by former... Read more
24 related stories
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Lacombe Globe
Epic saleRemember a while back when a Timmins teacher found that final box of cereal to
Epic sale
Lacombe Globe / Posted 8 days ago
Remember a while back when a Timmins teacher found that final box of cereal to roll off the line at London’s Kellogg plant? Well, it seems there were at least a few more of those “final” boxes. One was found by that teacher and signed by former... Read more
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Simcoe Reformer
Epic saleRemember a while back when a Timmins teacher found that final box of cereal to
Epic sale
Simcoe Reformer / Posted 8 days ago
Remember a while back when a Timmins teacher found that final box of cereal to roll off the line at London’s Kellogg plant? Well, it seems there were at least a few more of those “final” boxes. One was found by that teacher and signed by former... Read more
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Fort McMurray Today
Epic saleRemember a while back when a Timmins teacher found that final box of cereal to
Epic sale
Fort McMurray Today / Posted 8 days ago
Remember a while back when a Timmins teacher found that final box of cereal to roll off the line at London’s Kellogg plant? Well, it seems there were at least a few more of those “final” boxes. One was found by that teacher and signed by former... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Epic saleRemember a while back when a Timmins teacher found that final box of cereal to
Epic sale
Sarnia Observer / Posted 8 days ago
Remember a while back when a Timmins teacher found that final box of cereal to roll off the line at London’s Kellogg plant? Well, it seems there were at least a few more of those “final” boxes. One was found by that teacher and signed by former... Read more
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Hinton Parklander
Epic saleRemember a while back when a Timmins teacher found that final box of cereal to
Epic sale
Hinton Parklander / Posted 8 days ago
Remember a while back when a Timmins teacher found that final box of cereal to roll off the line at London’s Kellogg plant? Well, it seems there were at least a few more of those “final” boxes. One was found by that teacher and signed by former... Read more
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Strathroy Age Dispatch
Epic saleRemember a while back when a Timmins teacher found that final box of cereal to
Epic sale
Strathroy Age Dispatch / Posted 8 days ago
Remember a while back when a Timmins teacher found that final box of cereal to roll off the line at London’s Kellogg plant? Well, it seems there were at least a few more of those “final” boxes. One was found by that teacher and signed by former... Read more
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Woodstock Sentinel-Review
Epic saleRemember a while back when a Timmins teacher found that final box of cereal to
Epic sale
Woodstock Sentinel-Review / Posted 8 days ago
Remember a while back when a Timmins teacher found that final box of cereal to roll off the line at London’s Kellogg plant? Well, it seems there were at least a few more of those “final” boxes. One was found by that teacher and signed by former... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
Epic saleRemember a while back when a Timmins teacher found that final box of cereal to
Epic sale
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 8 days ago
Remember a while back when a Timmins teacher found that final box of cereal to roll off the line at London’s Kellogg plant? Well, it seems there were at least a few more of those “final” boxes. One was found by that teacher and signed by former... Read more
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The West Elgin Chronicle
Epic saleRemember a while back when a Timmins teacher found that final box of cereal to
Epic sale
The West Elgin Chronicle / Posted 8 days ago
Remember a while back when a Timmins teacher found that final box of cereal to roll off the line at London’s Kellogg plant? Well, it seems there were at least a few more of those “final” boxes. One was found by that teacher and signed by former... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Epic saleRemember a while back when a Timmins teacher found that final box of cereal to
Epic sale
Chatham Daily News / Posted 8 days ago
Remember a while back when a Timmins teacher found that final box of cereal to roll off the line at London’s Kellogg plant? Well, it seems there were at least a few more of those “final” boxes. One was found by that teacher and signed by former... Read more
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Melfort Journal
Epic saleRemember a while back when a Timmins teacher found that final box of cereal to
Epic sale
Melfort Journal / Posted 8 days ago
Remember a while back when a Timmins teacher found that final box of cereal to roll off the line at London’s Kellogg plant? Well, it seems there were at least a few more of those “final” boxes. One was found by that teacher and signed by former... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
Epic saleRemember a while back when a Timmins teacher found that final box of cereal to
Epic sale
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 8 days ago
Remember a while back when a Timmins teacher found that final box of cereal to roll off the line at London’s Kellogg plant? Well, it seems there were at least a few more of those “final” boxes. One was found by that teacher and signed by former... Read more
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Welland Tribune
Epic saleRemember a while back when a Timmins teacher found that final box of cereal to
Epic sale
Welland Tribune / Posted 8 days ago
Remember a while back when a Timmins teacher found that final box of cereal to roll off the line at London’s Kellogg plant? Well, it seems there were at least a few more of those “final” boxes. One was found by that teacher and signed by former... Read more
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