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  • We went to attend Winterlude, which is the freezing of the Rideau Canal so we can fall down on it and eat hot things and behave like the neo-Victorians we are.

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  • We have a Passport 37 called the Winterlude because it's for winter interludes.

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  • Two side-closing throw-ins -- a sillyditty about a gal named "Winterlude" and the scatting beatnik send-up "If Dogs Run Free" -- almost steal the show.

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  • Vancouver for family, friends and the great outdoors, but Montreal for the food and culture, and Ottawa for the museums, art gallery, and "Winterlude".

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  • The Winterlude furore stems from an ongoing debate over the ancient delicacy, now increasingly threatened by calls for it to be banned because of its alleged cruelty to animals.

    Chef Quits Event Rather Than Drop Foie Gras From Menu

  • The Winterlude furore stems from an ongoing debate over the ancient delicacy, now increasingly threatened by calls for it to be banned because of its alleged cruelty to animals.

    Chef Quits Event Rather Than Drop Foie Gras From Menu

  • Here's some preview pictures off of our cell phone unfortunately of the work we sent up to Winterlude 2010.

    Preview of work for Ottawa's Spins and Needles Winterlude 2010

  • Here's some preview pictures off of our cell phone unfortunately of the work we sent up to Winterlude 2010.

    Archive 2010-02-01

  • And yes, I do begrudgingly do the 'Canadian winter' things with my children, like visits to the neighbourhood skating rink, where we last about 10 minutes, and visits to Winterlude, where again, we last for 10 minutes and always leave with a few beavertails and we do play outside, building snowman's and making snow angels and shovelling.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • As my duty as a parent, I will brave the bitter cold, bundle up, and let my son enjoy the great outdoors and take part in the festivities of Winterlude.

    Archive 2007-02-01

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