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Steve Nease Editorial Cartoons: The Clock is Ticking 
ImageText    This is an image of one of Steve Nease's original drawings, held in the Steve Nease Editorial Cartoon Collection at the Oakville Public Library.
Steve Nease Editorial Cartoons: Princess Diana's Death 
Image  1997  This is an image of one of Steve Nease's original drawings, held in the Steve Nease Editorial Cartoon Collection at the Oakville Public Library.
Steve Nease Editorial Cartoons: NO (to death penalty) 
ImageText  1 Jul 1987,   This is an image of one of Steve Nease's original drawings, held in the Steve Nease Editorial Cartoon Collection at the Oakville Public Library.
Accused murderer said he went `bananas' after sister's death : `I had to finish what I had started' 
Newspapers  "Accused murderer said he went `bananas' after sister's death : `I had to finish what I had started'," Oakville Beaver, 6 Jun 2007, 4, 5 
Man gets two years for dismembering sister: judge called killing "horrifying" but respects jury's manslaughter decision 
Newspapers  "Man gets two years for dismembering sister: judge called killing "horrifying" but respects jury's manslaughter decision," Oakville Beaver, 12 Oct 2007, p. 9  Old Mill Road Includes drawing.
Nelson Women's Institute Tweedsmuir History, Book II (of 3 Books, currently available on OurOntario.ca) 
TextGenealogical ResourcesImageNewspapers  Nelson Women's Institute, "Nelson Women's Institute Tweedsmuir History, Book II (of 3 Books, currently available on OurOntario.ca)," Tweedsmuir Community History Collections (Stoney Creek, ON: Federated Women's Institutes of Ontario) 
... to keep the home intact as a sort of living museum. The Ireland home, known as Oakridge Farm went into the hands of estate executors after the death of Marie Ireland Bush last year. ...
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Editorial:  No butts about it 
Newspapers  "Editorial: No butts about it," Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 24 Jan 2007, p. 6  ...A report released last week from the American Cancer Society offered some encouraging news on the war-on-cancer front. In comparing the number of cancer-related deaths between 2004 and 2003, officials found a drop of more than 3,000 deaths in 2004 from the previous year. That marked the second year...
Editorial:  Let there be light 
Newspapers  "Editorial: Let there be light," Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 7 Feb 2007, p. 6  ... created to work on their behalf. The Transparency in Public Matters Act goes a long way towards improving the situation but without the support of concerned and involved citizens, the Private Member's Bill may die. Its death would continue the disenchantment with our political process which will only...
Opinion: Roadside tragedy 
Newspapers  "Opinion: Roadside tragedy," Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 7 Mar 2007, p. 6  .... In very short order gusting winds and snow turned a short stretch of Trafalgar Road, between 5 Sideroad and 10 Sideroad, into a treacherous piece of roadway, catching drivers off-guard and starting a chain of events that would end in the deaths of two people and seriously injuring a third. When a minivan...
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