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Collingwood Enterprise-Bulletin
Barrie’s Boys were busyBattalion and was active in the Fenian raids. William was educated at Barrie’s
Collingwood Enterprise-Bulletin / Posted 23 hours ago
Battalion and was active in the Fenian raids. William was educated at Barrie’s famed Grammar School before heading off to Upper Canada College and the University of Toronto, where he earned his degree in law. He later joined the provincial... Read more
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Barrie Examiner
Barrie’s Boys were busyBattalion and was active in the Fenian raids. William was educated at Barrie’s
Barrie Examiner / Posted 23 hours ago
Battalion and was active in the Fenian raids. William was educated at Barrie’s famed Grammar School before heading off to Upper Canada College and the University of Toronto, where he earned his degree in law. He later joined the provincial... Read more
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Orillia Packet & Times
Barrie’s Boys were busyBattalion and was active in the Fenian raids. William was educated at Barrie’s
Orillia Packet & Times / Posted yesterday
Battalion and was active in the Fenian raids. William was educated at Barrie’s famed Grammar School before heading off to Upper Canada College and the University of Toronto, where he earned his degree in law. He later joined the provincial... Read more
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Northumberland Today
New James Cockburn play celebrates Canada 150vibrant man emerging from the success of Confederation following a tough battle
Northumberland Today / Posted 17 days ago
vibrant man emerging from the success of Confederation following a tough battle,” Franklin said. A graduate of prestigious Upper Canada College, Cockburn held a successful law practice in the Town of Cobourg in addition to his roles as a Father of... Read more
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Orillia Packet & Times
The angel at Brewery Bayis possible Leacock had special sympathy for the ailing Stewart boy because of
Orillia Packet & Times / Posted 29 days ago
is possible Leacock had special sympathy for the ailing Stewart boy because of his own misfortune as a 12-year-old at Upper Canada College. In 1882, a week after arriving at the prestigious Toronto private school, homesick and without friends,... Read more

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