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13 April 1927

The Ottawa Senators’ Cy Denneny, the “Cornwall Colt,” streaks down the left wing side, with Frank “Finny” Finnegan keeping pace along the right-hand boards. 1,259 more words

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26 April, 1900

It was a balmy spring morning. The temperature was on its way to a high of 17 degrees Celsius, with a strong wind out of the north, gusting to about 60 kph. 1,218 more words

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7 April 1868

“I, Sir, who have been, and who am still, its warm and earnest advocate, speak here not as the representative of any race, or of any Province, but as thoroughly and emphatically a Canadian, ready and bound to recognize the claims, if any, of my Canadian fellow subjects, from the farthest east to the farthest west, equally as those of my nearest neighbour, or of the friend who proposed me on the hustings.” 1,607 more words

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We are getting excited!!!!  The opening date for the Market will be here before we know it!  April 2015 is just around the corner.

Therefore, we are getting prepared now my getting vendors and sponsors in place.  118 more words

Park Ji-hae: Set the Tune of Your Life

 In pursuit of worldwide fame, violinist Park Ji-hae fell into severe depression and was about to give up music. However, it was music that helped her recover.

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18 April 1962

It came without warning; a notice addressed to residents of LeBreton Flats reading “This letter will advise you that on April 18, 1962, the National Capital Commission filed a notice of expropriation covering the property at ” With that, 2,800 residents, along with hundreds of businesses, were obliged to move. 1,477 more words

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