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: Post 1901 Census -- further to WHERE and WHEN
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Post 1901 Census -- Others to thank
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Deaths Jun.30,2005
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Deaths Wed. Jun.29,2005
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Post 1901 Census -- New column posted!
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S-18 passed today!
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Post 1901 Census -- S-18 deemed to have passed Third Reading
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Tues. Jun.28,2005 Deaths
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OFF TOPIC:- Happenings in Ottawa!
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MacDonald and MacGuire
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Stephen Martin
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Cape Breton memories
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Jun.27,2005 Deaths
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Schedule Update -- Vacation in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia?
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Wadman
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Red Head
by Bob and Marg Leonard
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Michael Martin and Mary Gillis
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Jun.25,2005 Deaths
by Ed McNeil
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Hillside, Mira cemeteries
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