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My stock answer would be along the lines of “Will it hurt?”
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Burma Star veterans, including Duncan's Charles Hoey, VC, are remembered with ceremony at Duncan Cenotaph
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Alistair MacGregor column: The Canada Revenue Agency wants to hear from Canadians about improving services
The purpose of the consultations is to listen and learn from Canadians
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As a newspaper we cover crime as more than just entertainment.
“They want to go upstairs so I made them ask at the front desk.”
“…the more pious they look, by jingo, that’s the time to watch the blighters.”
CEO says much of the work has already been awarded to First Nations
Some crops can be grown here with little (if any) irrigation
Here are 10 guidelines you can implement today for a healthy spine tomorrow
What is this fix-all simple solution? Playing outside.
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There were even veterans of the First World War available for interviews