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“I learned every person in our group is bound to St. Catharines, which is in Ontario, Canada, but not the freedman in our group, Mr. Adam Will.”
“On Thursday, Becca and Josie came up from St. Catharines and Burlington, respectively, and we ate lots of barbecued ribs and chicken and drank beer (in stinking hot temperatures) at my house and then headed off to Bluesfest to catch some acts.”
“XUP - I don't think you would know Becca, seeing as she moved to St. Catharines just this spring after graduating from college.”
“I'm from St. Catharines and we all know each other or can trace our connection to a maximum of 2 degrees of separation.”
“If it used the downtown terminal, it would at least connect to all the St. Catharines Transit buses, and from there, head south on the 406 to Brock, and then east to downtown Niagara Falls via Highway 58 (the Thorold Tunnel) and Thorold Stone Road, losing perhaps 5-10 minutes versus the QEW Skyway route.”
“Hourly service between St Catharines and Port Colborne is entirely necessary.”
“It appears that competition in games is what may influence aggression, not the violent content," says lead author Paul Adachi, whose study was conducted at Brock University in St. Catharines, Ontario.”
“All during those war years, I lived in St. Catharines, Ontario, in Canada.”
“These ERs saw more than 40,000 patients last year -- patients who will now have to travel into St. Catharines, Welland and Niagara Falls.”
“It is very important that our local Member of Provincial Parliament (MPP) Jim Bradley, hears from us in St. Catharines, that we are concerned and want him to stop the cuts.”
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