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My shirt is drenched with sweat and mud, and I have an attractive graze running down my left shin.
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The eastern Ontario cheese factory destroyed by fire earlier this year hopes to break ground on rebuilding a new, larger operation next month to help the small town that relies on its business.
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Treat Dad right this Father's Day with a scenic trip to Union for great food and drinks.