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Desperate pleas

Whenever I think of desperate pleas I think of the damsel in distress, white flowing dress, hair disheveled, hands bound, on her knees in front of the dastardly evil man who is planning to tie her to the train tracks. 440 more words

Walking By Faith And Not By Sight

Resistance to reform: Is civilian oversight the magic bullet the Mounties need?

Over $100 million in sexual harassment payouts, more than $72 million in commissions and inquiries and at least $2.4 billion in lawsuits are still before the courts. 2,342 more words

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The Northern: Canada's Fiction

The first modern “Western” is considered to be Owen Wister’s The Virginian (1902) and is the protoype of a multitude of magazine, comics, Pulp tales, novels as well as films, radio and TV shows. 639 more words

Adventure Fiction

CATASTROPHE, CAPITAL CRIMES AND CANADA

June 22nd in history:

A deadly train wreck occurred near Hammond, Indiana, on June 22nd, 1918. The engineer of one train reportedly fell asleep and was unable to stop his train from striking the rear of a circus train on the same track. 145 more words

Today In History

Snidely Whiplash

When I was a lot younger than I am now, I used to watch “The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle and Friends” on TV. I loved the show, an animated television series that originally aired from November 1959 to June 1964. 186 more words

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