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Scrabble fanatics celebrate topping a MILLION points after keeping a score tally since 1965

access_time July 17, 2012

By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 21:49 EST, 16 July 2012 | UPDATED: 01:34 EST, 17 July 2012 Two Scrabble fanatics

Eva Rausing family reveal she began dabbling with ‘hard drugs’ while at same college as Barack Obama

access_time July 13, 2012

Mrs Rausing studied at Occidental College, in Los Angeles, at the same time as the current U.S. president Her husband

I left the husband I loved because he refused to have children (and had IVF twins alone)

access_time May 30, 2012

By Rebekah Bentham PUBLISHED: 15:46 EST, 30 May 2012 | UPDATED: 15:46 EST, 30 May 2012 My marriage ended, without

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access_time June 28, 2012 chat_bubble_outline 0

http://www.thestar.com (C) 2009 thestar.com All rights Reserved. en-us http://www.thestar.com/app_themes/standard/images/common/thestar_logo_large.gif http://www.thestar.com Four seemingly innocuous transit motions set the stage for the

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Toronto FC wins on road, 3-0 over Montreal Impact

access_time June 27, 2012 chat_bubble_outline 0

Bill Beacon The Canadian Press MONTREAL—It was billed as a night to celebrate the debut of the Montreal Impact’s first

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Greek health system feels the pain of austerity measures

access_time June 27, 2012 chat_bubble_outline 0

Daniel Dale Staff Reporter ATHENS—Greece’s government has made deep budget cuts. And now the country’s doctors are cutting people open

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Residents express anger at Markham arena plans

access_time June 27, 2012 chat_bubble_outline 0

Noor Javed Staff Reporter Details and artistic renderings of the $325-million Markham arena were unveiled at a public meeting on

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Elliot Lake: Anger gives way to standing ovation at press conference

access_time June 27, 2012 chat_bubble_outline 0

Raveena Aulakh Staff Reporter ELLIOT LAKE, ONT.—Large groups of people filled the local civic centre on Wednesday to ask some

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Manitoba won’t recapture orphaned bear cubs

access_time June 27, 2012 chat_bubble_outline 0

Wendy Gillis Staff Reporter Despite impassioned pleas from the Humane Society of Canada, First Nations groups and animal lovers, Manitoba

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Loss of mall will hit many in Elliot Lake

access_time June 27, 2012 chat_bubble_outline 0

Tim Alamenciak Staff Reporter ELLIOT LAKE, ONT.—As residents watched crews demolish the Algo Centre Mall their thoughts were of the

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Two killings inside a hospital, one attempted killing, probed by Montreal police

access_time June 27, 2012 chat_bubble_outline 0

MONTREAL—Two slayings and an attempted murder have been reported inside a Montreal hospital, in separate incidents that were kept quiet

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Queers Against Israeli Apartheid still unsure whether they can march at Pride

access_time June 27, 2012 chat_bubble_outline 0

Stephanie Law Staff Reporter With a few days left before the annual Pride Parade, one group’s spot in the march

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Ontario planning daycare overhaul

access_time June 27, 2012 chat_bubble_outline 0

Laurie Monsebraaten Social Justice Reporter Ontario is moving to rescue its teetering child-care sector. The chronically under-funded sector has been

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