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Dec
Feeling aggrieved at the CEEB

Feeling aggrieved at the CEEB

As predicted six months ago in the pages of everybody’s favourite bi-weekly family magazine, Kayla Hounsell is swiftly climbing the ranks at CBC Nova Scotia. Yes, as we reported in June the former Newfoundland beauty queen and CTV Atlantic asylum seeker was set to fill a bit of a void for CBC Nova Scotia at the national level. And, lo, what happens?

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26
Nov
A nice, shiny, proud moment...

A nice, shiny, proud moment...

Lo, let it be said by some overpaid PMO fartcatcher or another that a newly installed, exact to measure, wax figure of Justin Trudeau has finally “put Canada on the map.”

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26
Nov
Dale Madill was in the thick of it

Dale Madill was in the thick of it

And so we say farewell to Dale Madill at the age of 56. I don’t like that age 56 business.
Dale died (people don’t “pass away” in Frankland) at his home in Lewis Lake, down around Tantallon way, on Nov. 19 after years of suffering a congenital thingy which ensured his heart wasn’t able to take on too much stress.
Don’t know exactly what to say about Dale.

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26
Nov

The JFK conspiracy mill grinds on

It’s November 22, 2017, the 54th anniversary of the JFK assassination, and just weeks after a dump of Kennedy assassination documents from the U.S. National Archives.
Documents which, much to the dismay of the Oliver Stones of the world, tell us nothing and in no conceivable manner point in the direction of a smoking gun.
That’s because there is no smoking gun.

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12
Nov
Everybody's best friend Jamie Baillie says goodbye

Everybody's best friend Jamie Baillie says goodbye

By Cliff Boutilier
A man can only take so much. A family can only make so much sacrifice. Endure so much hardship.
Who then can blame Tory Leader Jamie Baillie, 51, for going quietly into that good night after repeated attempts to become premier, but coming up short?
My God, we’re a difficult people to please.

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