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See Photos of the Highlight of Frank Gifford's College Career

Before Frank Gifford was an NFL MVP, a sportscaster or an actor, he was a college football player. And in perhaps the most memorable game of the season that made him an All-American, the University of Southern California halfback scored a 69-yard touchdown against the top ranked team in the country, the University of California, Berkeley. 134 more words

Ontario premier appoints Ed Clark as business adviser

TORONTO – Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne is appointing former TD Bank CEO Ed Clark, who recommended the partial sale of Hydro One and changes to beer distribution, as her business adviser. 98 more words

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Dear Mr. Clark: Please tell the premier revenue is not Ontario's problem

Fiscal problems stem from spending, not external forces

According to the Globe and Mail, Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne has a new advisor, former TD Bank chief executive officer, Ed Clark.   699 more words

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Wanna see Putin's head explode? Watch FIFA. And Tuesday's other reasons to fear for humanity

1. Ontario says teacher dispute is really about money

Ontario is clearly getting ticked off with the teachers‘ unions portraying their ongoing contract dispute as a matter of class sizes, and says the largest union, the Elementary Teachers Federation of Ontario, is in fact seeking a 9% pay rise over three years, … 557 more words

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Jane & Marilyn

LIFE | 1953
Marilyn Monroe, Jane Russell: On the Set of ‘Gentlemen Prefer Blondes’ | LIFE.com

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See Photos From Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall’s Wedding Day

Humphrey Bogart met Lauren Bacall while filming To Have and Have Not, a 1944 film loosely adapted from the eponymous Ernest Hemingway novel. The two began an affair; Bogart was still married to Mayo Methot, his third wife, at the time. 174 more words

Kelly McParland: Ontario's wizard of Wynnery unleashes the miracle powers of Hydro One

There was a time when Hydro One was just a big, dull, provincial utility, tasked with transmitting electricity to Ontario’s consumers. It didn’t have to generate the power, just send it down the line. 807 more words

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