339 PHOTOGRAPHS FOUND (WITH UNALTERED, HISTORICAL NOTES)
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FLOODS Canada Flood water from Grand River Surrounds buildings in Bridgeport, north of Kitchener, yesterday. In some sections water was 5 feet deep.
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ICE Linda Guyatt (left) and Marian Jones of Caledonia, Ont., check ice damage to McAlpine's hamburger stand beside Highway 54, west of Caledonia. The stand was ripped open by ice left behind by floods from the Grand River.
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EATON CENTRE Ken Edwards removes red christmas ribbons from Canada geese in Eaton Centre's galleria after a Supreme Court of Ontario judge upheld a complaint by artist Michael Snow that they made his work look absurd.
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COOKBOOKS Three of the top ten cookbooks for Christmas giving.
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EATON CENTRE A sea of shoppers floods retail mall in the new Toronto Eaton Centre after it was officially opened for business yesterday at 10 a.m.
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