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  • If you are within a one hour drive of Toronto, or 45 minutes north of Kitchener, 35 km east of Milton, 47 minutes SW of Oshawa, or 10 minutes due south of Wasaga Beach, this party is right up your alley.

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  • As a boy, Rob Kochel loved the cottage his family owned near Wasaga Beach, Ontario, and admits he missed it when his financial sector job took him to Vancouver.

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  • Between 5000 and 6000 loons, ducks and seagulls were discovered on Saturday littering a 7.7km stretch of Georgian Bay beach, close to Wasaga Beach and about 340km north of Toronto.

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  • On the same day, a 29 year-old Toronto man died from injuries suffered on a personal watercraft off Wasaga Beach, provincial police said.

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  • Quigley also admitted to lying to police and presenting false identification to a police officer after getting pulled over on his Kawasaki personal watercraft at Wasaga Beach in 1996.

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  • Dead birds line a portion of Allenwood Beach just outside of Wasaga Beach, Ontario Saturday Oct. 22, 2011.

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  • Amy MacPherson, from Wasaga Beach, Ont., says the opposite is happening in her community: the local campaign is Negative attack ads have also started showing up in our mailboxes.

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  • Vicki Bendus of Wasaga Beach, Ont., added a power-play goal later in the period and Jesse Scanzano of Montreal made it 3-0 a few minutes later.

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  • The dead birds are scattered along a nearly three-kilometre stretch north of the community of Wasaga Beach, said Leon.

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  • Thousands of dead birds wash ashore at Wasaga Beach

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  • Càdlàg is from the French - continue à droite, limitée à gauche. It is a technical term from mathematics that describes a function that has the property that at each point in it's domain it is continuous from the right and has a left handed limit.

    July 14, 2009