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January 15, 2013

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Written by: Allan W Janssen

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Allan W Janssen
Middle aged white, Anglo-Saxon, protestant, semi retired, semi-sane, semi-serious male. An endangered species who is not going quietly.



 

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Dwane Casey confident Raptors can handle the road in Brooklyn

NEW YORK — If Dwane Casey has any concerns coming to Brooklyn, they aren’t about his players. The Toronto Raptors have already proven they can handle the road just fine. As for his boss, general manager Masai Ujiri,...
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Northwestern players to cast historic union vote

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Three B.C. heroes honoured by Governor General

Three British Columbians were honoured Thursday in Ottawa for acts of bravery. Kevin Carras, Carly Nikirk and the late Justin Chan will be awarded Medals of Bravery by Governor General David Johnston.
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Richmond Mounties no longer ticketing motorists for having only Chinese drivers’ licenses

A controversy over the validity of Chinese drivers’ licenses has apparently been settled. The RCMP in Richmond had been fining motorists in Richmond with Chinese drivers’ licenses $276 and towing their vehicles. The...
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Driver of SUV that hit cyclists suing dead teen’s family

As astonishing evidence of the raw appeal of the victim’s robes, the female motorist who struck and killed a teenage cyclist 18 months ago is now suing the estate of the dead boy for more than $1 million. According to [&h...
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Ontario won’t recognize Trinity Western law school graduates because of ‘abhorrant’ gay sex ban

Graduates of a planned law school at a Christian university in British Columbia that forbids sexual intimacy outside heterosexual marriage cannot practise in Ontario, that province's law society decided Thursday. Many members o...
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B.C.’s ‘Big Lonely Doug’ is the second-largest tree in Canada

PORT RENFREW — As trees go, it is one colossal conifer.
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Surrey Six trial: Former Red Scorpions gang leader fails to get publication ban on his identity, names of Triads

Former Red Scorpions gang leader Michael Le, arguing that there were threats against his life, has lost a bid to have his name and the names of Triads he knows banned during his cross-examination at the Surrey Six murder trial....
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