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We were talking about food we used to eat in the 70s at Christmas which gave me a hankering to make this for his nibs’ birthday 

 

 

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56 minutes ago, Champ said:

We were talking about food we used to eat in the 70s at Christmas which gave me a hankering to make this for his nibs’ birthday 

 

 

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Lovely!

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The-Making-of-the-October-Crisis-newspap

The October Crisis here in Canada. Including the kidnapping and murder of a provincial cabinet minister and the kidnapping of the British Trade Commissioner.

 

Not big news elsewhere, given the events happening in the rest of the world, but one of the most important periods in Canada's history as it was a precursor to two independence referenda in Quebec, either of which would have meant the end of Canada.

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