Bill Brooks: Celebrating super sesquicentennial Published on: July 8, 2017 | Last Updated: July 8, 2017 4:00 AM MDT Cal 0708 Birthday 10 Pictured at their annual Canada Day celebration are hosts with the most Michael and Linda Shaikh.
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Bill Brooks: Walrus Foundation celebrates our 150th anniversary Published on: July 1, 2017 | Last Updated: July 1, 2017 2:00 AM MDT Pictured at an event held in the home of Ann McCaig recently in support of the Walrus Foundation are hostesses with the mostesses Jane McCaig, Ann McCaig and Roxanne McCaig. Guests dressed in Canadiana inspired cocktail attire. Bill Brooks, Bill Brooks Bill Brooks / Calgary Herald Today marks the 150th anniversary of Confederation. There’s certainly not a better...
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