Monthly Archives: August 2013

Blue Jays Beat Kansas City

The Toronto Blue Jays beat the Kansas City Royals tonight 3-2 thanks to great pitching from Mark Buehrle and some timely hits. The Blue Jays went up 2-0 in the bottom of the first inning and never looked back.  Rookie … Continue reading

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1983 Grey Cup Champions

The Toronto Argonauts recently honoured the 1983 Grey Cup Champions.  You may be wondering why the defending Grey Cup Champions (the Argos having won the Cup back in November) are honouring a team from 30 years ago, but there is … Continue reading

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Cecil Blows Save but Lawrie Saves the Day

Last night, the Toronto Blue Jays beat the visiting Boston Red Sox 4-3 in the 10th Inning on a base hit by Brett Lawrie. Esmil Rogers started for the Blue Jays last night, on his 28th birthday, against the Red … Continue reading

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Questioning a Board Decision

Today I would like to talk about Gerry Hyman’s latest article.  There was a question which brings up an important issue: QUESTION: I asked at the last AGM why the property manager used a company located 126 kilometres from our … Continue reading

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Sir John Graves Simcoe

As today is Sir John Graves Simcoe Day in Ontario, I would like to discuss the first Lieutenant Governor of Upper Canada from 1791 to 1796.  Of course Upper Canada would later become the Province of Ontario. Born in Cotterstock … Continue reading

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