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A Biographical History of Waterloo Township and other Townships of the County
Breaking 100 : a century of women's golf in Saskatchewan
Alberta Cattle Breeders' Association catalogue, 35th, 1935.
Alberta Gazette 1970, part 1
Alberta Gazette 1975, part 1
Alberta Gazette 1975, part 1
Alberta Gazette 1976, part 1
Gauntlet, Volume 014, Number 008
Gauntlet, Volume 019, Number 017
Socreds finally beaten after 36 yrs. in business.'
Operator...I wish to make an obscene phone call to Edmonton.'
[Strike squeezes construction industry.]
[Mayor Drapeau of Montreal reading up on babies after Olympics go into deficit.]
Them's fightin' words, Mister.'
[Apartheid policies of South Africa questioned.]
He's paying.'
[United States relations with China and Taiwan.]
[Possibly nasty scene with customers suffering high interest rates at the hands of Governor of Bank of Canada, George Bowey.]
Damned peculiar behavior...offering to shovel the walks.'
All right, mister ... reach for the sky.'
[Alberta celebrates 75 years as a province.]
He must be using new math, while I'm still with 1+1=2.'
Mixed feelings.'
Here it is: transport, n. 1. Conveyance, transportation from place to place; means of . . . '
[Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau takes out his October election frustrations on Santa Claus.]
Ho! Ho! Ho! This has been a recorded announcement.'
[Syncrude Canada project gets stuck in the Alberta tar sands.]
[Time is running out for Syncrude Canada project.]
...Now let's get on with solving this inflation business.'
Now the latest world population figures ... 4 billion ... uh, 4.1 billion ... make that 4.3 billion ... no, 4.6 billion ...'
Annual report of the Department of Public Health, Province of Alberta. 1959
Residence Yearbook 1981–82, University of Calgary
Faculty of Law Yearbook 1978–79, University of Calgary
Alberta Stock Exchange Bulletin 1986
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