Tag Archives: London

CEO Paul Collins Of STEGH Shares Concern

CEO of the St.Thomas Elgin General Hospital,  Paul Collins, shared with staff members this e-mail attempting to alleviate concerns brought forward after the arrest of Khurram Sher . Sher, a recently hired Pathologist is accused in conjuction with a terror case in Ottawa. ********** Dear Colleagues, I know that all …

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Attendance Report – It doesn't look good.

It is a common notion that if you want something to improve, get better, become more than it can be, or just different you just need to whine, complain, bitch, but not actually do anything. After all, surely your contribution to the whole thing is to make enough noise so …

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Attendance Report – It doesn’t look good.

It is a common notion that if you want something to improve, get better, become more than it can be, or just different you just need to whine, complain, bitch, but not actually do anything. After all, surely your contribution to the whole thing is to make enough noise so …

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New Look! More Features!

We are hoping to go live with our “new look”  St.Thomas Blog and The St.Thomas Blog Local guides by the end of September. We will have various guides such as a Wedding guide, Automotive guide, Dining guide, Baby Guide, Sports and Recreation Guide….and so many more Text listings will be …

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Market 1 Food Industry 0

Submitted by Peter Atkinson Hi All, It turns out that someone on our street works for one of the big food distribution warehouses up in London. Last week I dropped by in the wee small hours to see what it was like. The bottom line is that it made me …

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Where were you when the lights went out?

Me??? I was in the dark! but not now, thanks to the TJ     Select a Publication: N E W S P A P E R S ———————————————-—Alberta—Airdrie – Airdrie EchoBanff – Banff Crag and CanyonBeaumont – Beaumont NewsCalgary – The Calgary SunCamrose – Camrose CanadianCanmore – Canmore LeaderCentral Alberta …

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Thanksgiving at the Horton Farmers’ Market….

Thanksgiving at the market has me counting my blessings. Honestly, for all the things we can complain about, we have much more to be thankful for. Freedom of speech, accessible running water, shelter, our choice of where to buy our morning coffee, and ...

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Thanksgiving at the Horton Farmers' Market….

Thanksgiving at the market has me counting my blessings. Honestly, for all the things we can complain about, we have much more to be thankful for. Freedom of speech, accessible running water, shelter, our choice of where to buy our morning coffee, and ...

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Movie Review – V for Vendetta

A futuristic London where a fascist government rules with an iron hand is the scene for a moving, horrifying and hopeful movie about what happens when the men who are in charge become too controlling. A masked man unleashed a revenge that lasts a year and during which time, the …

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Book Review – Assassin – Ted Bell

From the Publisher Alexander Hawke, a direct descendant of the legendary pirate Blackhawke, is an expert on espionage and terror. A shadowy terrorist kingpin has orchestrated the systematic slaying of American diplomats, and as the death toll mounts, Hawke is called upon to avert a cataclysmic attack — while avenging …

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Book Review – Dark Winter – Andy McNab

Outside of Pakistan, the world’s highest concentration of al-Qaeda lurks in South-East Asia and there, Nick Stone‘s bosses get wind of an act of terror that will dwarf even the nightmare of 9/11.When Stone is despatched to Malaysia by the CIA to assassinate a biochemist, he expects his mission to …

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Book Review – The Da Vinci Code – Dan Brown

From the Publisher While in Paris on business, Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon receives an urgent late-night phone call: the elderly curator of the Louvre has been murdered inside the museum. Near the body, police have found a baffling cipher. While working to solve the enigmatic riddle, Langdon is stunned to …

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Book Review – Sandstorm – James Rollins

From the Publisher An inexplicable explosion rocks the antiquities collection of a London museum, setting off alarms in clandestine organizations around the world. Lady Kara Kensington’s family paid a high price in money and blood to found the gallery that now lies in ruins. And her search for answers is …

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