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He holds the record as the longest serving national news anchor in television history and has spent over six decades keeping Canadians informed. Join host Scott Sexsmith for an exclusive one on one with the most trusted name in news, Lloyd Robertson. From his incomparable career to his thoughts on the importance of local journalism, we cover it all in this exclusive Up Close & Personal.
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Have you signed up for your FREE member-exclusive email, The Plus Side? It features upcoming contests, local offers, auctions and more? Our latest email featured another great What's in the Kitchen recipe - Chef Francesco Petrusa, an Italian chef from Sicily, brought you a family favourite linguine with tuna and fresh tomatoes from Limoncello Bistro located on Maple Avenue in Barrie.
Cambridge rallies in support of Ukraine. About 20 local Ukrainians showed up at a rally at Cambridge City Hall on Saturday to rally for their homeland.
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And if you missed it, here's what happened last week:
A Cambridge author who lives with Down syndrome has written her sixth book.