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The dead returned to walk the Earth — and to collect non-perishable food items for the less fortunate — during the sixth annual Kitchener Zombie Walk last Saturday afternoon. Charlie Beazely, 3, was one of the youngest participants in the walk and was joined by his father, Mike.
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Although the risks of the potentially deadly Ebola virus remain low in Canada, local health officials continue to work to ensure medical teams — as well as the general public — are armed with information on how to identify and contain the virus.
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Away, but not alone
It was a normal, exciting afternoon for Trayton Smith and his family on Thanksgiving Monday.
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While the Canadian Women’s Hockey League game in Waterloo this weekend is just a one-off to celebrate Ravens Day, the league says they will be tracking it to gauge the response from local fans.
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La yapa: pumpkins
It’s pumpkin season, and I just love the looks of them.
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De Boer’s treasures: Tin house
There is a courtyard in the popular Byward Market area in Ottawa where there is a façade of a tin house. This fascinating piece was once the front of a home on Guigues Street belonging to Honore Foisy, a tin smith who lived there from 1903 to 1913.
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Sports | October 23

Away, but not alone

It was a normal, exciting afternoon for Trayton Smith and his family on Thanksgiving Monday.

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