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THE OTTAWA CITIZEN, 1931 Mar. 21 - May 11

THE OTTAWA CITIZEN, 1931 Mar. 21 - May 11

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The procession of the pilgrim statue of Our Lady of the Cape began at Cap-de-la-Madeleine, Canada's National Marian Shrine, on May 1st in advance of the June Marian Congress held in the nation's capital; the congress where the Dominion of Canada was consecrated to . On January 28th, Velma Jean Badman passed peacefully. Survived by her loving sons, Bill, Rick (Sandra Lindsay) and Steven, grandaughters Jennifer Kilbach and Katherine Letawsky, brother-in-law Published in Vancouver Sun & Province on Febru - Obituary. Mary was born in Moose Jaw, SK. Her family moved to Cloverdale.

Gaetan Joseph Xavier CHENIER, born on 21 May in Wendover, ON, Canada. 1 He married Diane ADAMS on 18 March in Ottawa, ON, Canada. 2 Citations [ S ] Jeanne Chénier (Née Jérôme) 8 Apr Saturday, Ma ww" SATURDAY, MA SHE OTTAWA JOURNAL 23 With the XPS Girl fCJ Guides BT COXIXAMCI TUT A SIW district captain has been appointed in Ottawa, and the local Guiders.

Holdings may not be fully complete between date ranges. Acadian Recorder (Halifax, NS) - ; L'Avenir - ; British Whig (Kingston, ON) - ; Bulletin de Presse (Moscow, Russia) - ; Bulletin de Presse (Petrograd, Russia) - ; Bytown Gazette (Ottawa, ON) - ; Calgary Eye-Opener (Calgary, AB) - ; Calgary . Ottawa Journal, 20 Mar A letter to the editor "Blazing Trails in Art." Ottawa Citizen, 17 Mar "War Pictures Again." Canadian Bookman (Nov ): "Canadian Art Has Received Well-Earned Commendation: Are 'Old Material.'" Toronto Daily Star, 29 Nov. A letter to the editor "As to Certain Myths." Ottawa Morning Journal Author: Daniel Payne.


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Ottawa Citizen week in photos, June 21 to Bruce Deachman / Ottawa Citizen. If Ottawa doesn’t shake its reputation as The City That Fun Forgot after this weekend, then its critics can. Ottawa Citizen is your online source of news on Ottawa, Ontario, Canada and around the world. Find local stories happening around Ontario.

Read world headline news. Watch local news stories in. The logo used to depict the top of the Peace Tower of the Parliament Buildings in Ottawa. In it was rebranded, with a new logo showing the paper's name over an outline of the Peace Tower on a green background.

Circulation. Like most Canadian daily newspapers, the Ottawa Citizen has seen a decline in circulation. Its total circulation Format: Broadsheet. It is with the heaviest of hearts that the family of Mary Hamilton (nee Chisholm) announce her passing at the age of 80 at the Ottawa Published in Ottawa Sun Remembering on Janu - Obituary.

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Create an account or log into Facebook. Connect with friends, family and other people you know. Share photos and videos, send messages and get updates. Sign and view the Guest Book, leave condolences or send flowers. HARRIS, Mary Montizambert (née Savage) Ap (Grand-Mère, QC) – Ma (Ottawa) Passed away peacefully after a.

Communist Party of Canada leader Tim Buck is arrested for being a member of an “unlawful association”; he is later jailed.

The first Stanley Cup is awarded. It goes to the Montreal Amateur Athletic Association, which beat the Ottawa Generals. Read all about it. The first issue of the Voice. Janice Dean was born in Toronto, Ontario on May 9, She has Canadian nationality but her ethnicity is unknown.

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