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Tough Choice Ahead for Jockey Contreras at Queen’s Plate

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Jockeys are forced to make quick decisions during a race, though sometimes the biggest and most difficult decision they face is just before a big race. As in, what horse to ride. Often the leading jockeys can pick and choose the horse they want to ride for a major race such as the 157th running of Queen’s Plate at Woodbine ...

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Baby Bison Euthanized After Clueless Tourists Separated Calf from Herd and Put Him Into Their Vehicle Because they Thought it Was ‘Too Cold’ Outside

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The recent “rescue” of a baby bison by tourists in Yellowstone National Park – an incident that led to the unfortunate calf being euthanized – has caused an internet furor, while also illustrating just how clueless many people are regarding wild animals and their natural behavior. The story began when a woman named Karen Richardson, who was chaperoning a group ...

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The story of the Niagara River: The water wonder of the world

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Oscar Wilde, Richard Nixon, Pierre Trudeau, Marilyn Monroe, Winston Churchill, Shirley Temple, Abraham Lincoln, Mark Twain, Charles Blondin, Wild Bill Hickok, Laura Secord, H.G. Wells, Charles Dickens, Helen Keller, Sir Harry Oakes, Jimmy Stewart, Princess Diana … Bit characters all – in a story in which the main character has always been and will always be: the Falls. Those famous ...

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Iowa witness reports UFO « The Canadian Headlines Newspaper

Play Free Bingo.  Click for more info. by Roger Marsh An Iowa witness traveling south along I-35 at 5:54 a.m. on March 22, 2011, watched a silent, black triangle-shaped object under 300 feet that appeared to be constructed of “black, dull composite fiberglass,” according to testimony from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database. The witness was driving between ...

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Louis Vuitton and 1909 Mercedes – LeCanadian

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A 105 year-old Mercedes that spent its early life in outback Queensland is expected to fetch up to $1 million at auction in Germany. The 1909 Mercedes Simplex is thought to be one of the oldest of its type and served as the manager’s car on Isis Downs, a remote sheep station in Queensland, until the 1930s. It has a ...

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India, Russia agree details of joint 5G-fighter project « The Canadian Headlines Newspaper

Edited by Peter Tremblay India and Russia have agreed in general on shared responsibility for the joint development of the fifth-generation fighter, the chairman of the Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) said. Moscow and New Delhi are expected to sign a contract on the joint development of the new fighter in the near future, focusing on the design concept and technical ...

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Organized Religion: The Humanized face of lower dimensional Manipulative Extraterrestrials « The Canadian Headlines Newspaper

by Dr. John Singh       John Lash, in Metahistory.org illuminates, that the original attempt to cover-up and to deceive humanity on reported UFO-related phenomena, is the result of the use of organized religion by the aliens that sought to create opportunistic blinders to critical human awareness of the reality of alien contact. John Lash specifically traces the origins ...

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Earth could flip with Polar Shift: Mass media catches up to First Nations warnings « The Canadian Headlines Newspaper

by thahoketoteh of Kanekota, Mohawk Nation writer Finally mainstream media is forced to start talking about the pole shift.  I recommend people to do their own research on this phenomenon. Start with smart people, like Immanuel Velikovsky and Albert Einstein they both had much to say on this topic and they warned us to prepare for pole shift. The earth ...

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Ottawa: Poutine Festival Returns to Sparks Street – LeCanadian

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We Ottawans do seem to love our poutine. For the second time in a little over 5 months, the Sparks Street Mall hosts a festival celebrating the uniquely-Canadian dish of French fries, cheese curds and gravy. Poutine Fest runs April 24th to the 27th. CTV News Ottawa reports that it features 25 different poutine vendors spread out along Sparks Street ...

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