And Fi­nally...

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As you read this, the very last of the win­ter

As you read this, the very last of the stop­pages will fi­nally be draw­ing to an

win­ter stop­pages will fi­nally be end, win­ter will be well be­hind us and

draw­ing to an end, win­ter will be well many boaters will be look­ing for­ward to

be­hind us and many boaters will be some cruis­ing. But not ev­ery­one wel­comes

look­ing for­ward to some cruis­ing. But spring’s ar­rival on the canals. In Canada,

not ev­ery­one wel­comes spring’s they’re look­ing back with some

ar­rival on the canals. In Canada, dis­ap­point­ment on warm weather

they’re look­ing back with some cur­tail­ing the win­ter sea­son on the Rideau

dis­ap­point­ment on warm weather Canal skate­way – a five-mile length which

cur­tail­ing the win­ter sea­son on the is turned into the world’s long­est

Rideau Canal skate­way – a five-mile ice-skat­ing rink ev­ery year. But at least

length which is turned into the world’s ‘Un­der the Lock’, Canada’s (and for all

long­est ice-skat­ing rink ev­ery year. But we know, the world’s) only of­fi­cially

at least ‘Un­der the Lock’, Canada’s sanc­tioned out­door ice-hockey

(and for all we know, the world’s) only tour­na­ment held on a canal could took

of­fi­cially sanc­tioned out­door place at its reg­u­lar venue in the shade of

ice-hockey tour­na­ment held on a the gi­ant Peter­bor­ough Lift-lock. And

canal could took place at its reg­u­lar con­grat­u­la­tions to ice-hockey en­thu­si­asts

venue in the shade of the gi­ant Roy Hamil­ton and Alice Stan­ley who got

Peter­bor­ough Lift-lock. And mar­ried on the frozen canal in Ottawa –

meanwhile ice-hockey en­thu­si­asts both wear­ing ice-hockey ref­eree shirts

Roy Hamil­ton and Alice Stan­ley and with Roy also wear­ing a kilt as he’s

ac­tu­ally got mar­ried on the frozen from Scot­land… canal in Ottawa – both wear­ing ice-hockey ref­eree shirts and with Roy

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