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News from the Park – Joyeux 2020

Maintenant que l’agitation de la saison des fêtes est terminée, je suis heureux de dire que je me sens rafraîchi et impatient de faire face aux nombreux problèmes qui nous touchent tous en tant que résidents du Nord de l’Ontario. Je sais que nous sommes déjà deux semaines dans la nouvelle année, mais je vous souhaite à tous et à ...

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News from the Park – Happy 2020

Now that the hustle and bustle of the Holiday Season is over, I’m happy to say I feel refreshed and eager to tackle the many issues that affect all of us as Northern Ontarians. I know we are already two weeks into the New Year, but I want to wish everyone all the best in 2020. Over the holidays I ...

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The Word According to Genesis

If you are a fan of the legendary band Genesis, you will no doubt know of and be a fan of one of the bands founding members… Steve Hackett. Steve played alongside Tony Banks, Mike Rutherford, Phil Collins, and Peter Gabriel from 1970-1977. Wow! In the music business, this would be called a Dream Team. Every one of these musicians has ...

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Canadian Weapon of Mass Destruction: Part 3

This week we will focus on uncovering the myth and lies that some Western leaders have tried to sell us on Syria for many years. The war is coming to an end and the victor is the Syrian people. Many innocent men, women,and children have been murdered and martyred and it’s all to easy to go about our lives and ...

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Between the Covers – January 15

The New Book Shelf is featuring: “A Minute to Midnight” by David Baldacci, “Criss Cross” by James Patterson and “Ask Again, Yes” by Mary Beth Keane. Staff Picks for the month of January are: “The Au Pair” by Emma Rous, “The Affair” by Lee Child, “The City of Girls” by Elizabeth Gilbert and this week’s feature is “I Invited Her In” ...

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From the Branch – January 15

Now that we are in January, that reminds us about 75 years ago when our veterans had almost liberated the South of the Netherlands, and were planning for the spring 1945 operations. In the meantime life for the Dutch in the big cities was getting really bad and people were cutting up any wood scraps they could find to burn. And the ...

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Aldo Nova Did All That?

Yes, he did and much more; for years now I have been intrigued by the fact that Aldo Caporusicio is not only a hit Canadian musician/songwriter for his band Aldo Nova, but he is also a international hit song writer (Jon Bon Jovi, Faith Hill, Celine Dion, Blue Oyster Cult, Clay Aitken). During a phone call I had with him ...

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Malik Is A Soo Greyhound!

Soo Greyhounds General Manager Kyle Raftis has just announced a commitment to the Program, as goaltender NICK MALIK, will be joining the club for the remainder the 2019-20 season. “We are excited to add Nick to our Program today.  We look forward to partnering with Nick in his development as he continues to establish himself as a world class goaltender” stated ...

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Between the Covers – January 8

New Books on the 7- Day Shelf this week are; “Blue Moon” by Lee Child, “The Deserter” by Nelson Demille, “The Night Fire” by Michael Connelly and “What Rose Forgot” by Nevada Barr. Come on in and check it out! STAFF PICKS FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY ARE: “I Invited Her In” by Adele Parks, “The Affair” by Lee Child, ...

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Happenings at Wawa First United Church – January 8

The congregation welcomes everyone to Worship at First United Church. Services are held on Sunday at 11:00 a.m. If anyone has a question or concern please leave a message on the answering machine at the Church (705-856-2926). The season of EPIPHANY from the Greek “to show forth” began on Monday, January 6. It commemorates the showing forth of the Infant ...

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Canadian Weapon of Mass Destruction: Part 2

This informative continuation of my interview with Eva Bartlett couldn’t come at a better time. Recently as you know, Iranian General Qassam Soleimani was murdered in Iraq by the United States government who were all too eager to take responsibilty for the kill. At the very least, it was a gross violation of International Law, and a slap in the face to the Iraqi government who ...

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Tic Tok Tic Tok, Refresh Tic Tok Tic Tok, Refresh

That’s pretty much going to be the rhythm of things over the next four or five days. The trade deadline for Overage players is Thursday Jan 9, and for the rest of the OHL players it is Friday, January 10. Soo Greyhound fans will certainly be refreshing their pages whether it’s the OHL website, or the Soo Greyhounds Hockey Club ...

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Canadian Weapon of Mass Destruction Against the MSM

First off, I’d like to wish you a Safe and Healthy 2020. Living in the West and our general safety is something we take for granted at times. Below you will read that it’s not that way for many around the world. Hopefully we can challenge the narrative given by the MSM (Mainstream Media) and get the truth out. As ...

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Taylor Wins, Hayton Loses

Let’s start with the negative Soo Greyhounds news and then we will touch on a feel good Greyhound story shall we? Yesterday the whole country generally speaking tuned in to the Russia/Canada World Junior game to not only witness Canada’s worst game in goal differential, but they also witnessed some very poor sportsmanship by one of our own in Soo ...

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News from the Park – Christmas Break

Readers of a particular age may recognize the lyrics, “Time keeps on slippin’, slippin, slippin’, into the future,” from the late 70’s song Fly Like an Eagleby the Steve Miller Band. As soon as the Legislature rose for the Christmas Break, upon stepping outside I felt kind of out of step with time –suddenly realizing that the Holiday Season is ...

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