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On January 25th, 1957, Mary Ann Elizabeth Semeuk was born three months premature, weighing just 26 ounces.  She was called the "dollar bill baby" because she was the same size as a dollar bill. 

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In The Network, investigative journalist Scott Woolley recounts one of the greatest business heists in American history - the massive rip-off of the airwaves.

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On 12 April 1981 a revolutionary new spacecraft blasted off from Florida on her maiden flight. 

George William Ross, leader of the Liberal Opposition in Ontario's Legislative Assembly, was called to the Senate on January 15, 1907

On January 11, 1847, Captain John "Waterloo" Smyth reopened his boarding house as the Waterloo Hotel on the west side of Richmond Street just north of York Street.  John Smyth, originally from England, was a soldier in the 95th Regiment and fought under Wellington at Waterloo.  He came to London in 1838 and was a pioneer in the volunteer movement and a captain of the first rifle company organized in the district. 

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If you think it might be time to get off the beaten path, this is the guide for you. Atlas Obscura celebrates over 700 of the most curious places in the world.

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Okay, so you're looking for the next psychological thriller that will keep you up late reading. Well, I've got the answer for you! It's Clare Mackintosh's newest novel - I See You.

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Days away from the inauguration of Donald Trump, is it too late to Feel The Bern? Mr. Sanders says, "Not on your life!"

190 years ago today on January 9th, 1827, the Quarter Sessions of the Peace for the London District were held in London for the first time at the temporary frame court house and gaol on the southwest corner of Dundas and Ridout streets

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Aboriginal author Wabanakwut (Wab) is a public media broadcaster and musician but more importantly he is the son of First Nation parents who are survivors of the harsh and bitter legacy of the Indian Residential School system.