COLOS­SAL CANADA CROSSWORD

The Hamilton Spectator - - Fun & Games -

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1. Cana­dian rocker Bryan 6. Mu­sic note pre-Lah 9. New­bie 13. Swin­dle 17. Con­vened over again 18. Broad­caster in Toronto's prov. 19. There­fore... 20. Drive-__ restau­rant 21. Catherine O'Hara com­edy, “Home __” (1990) 22. Sleep state, shortly 23. Par­ti­tion 24. Points 25. `74 hit for Bach­man-Turner Overdrive: 4 wds. 29. “Beep!” 30. Le­an­dro's beloved in opera 31. Pa­tron saint of Nor­way 32. “__? __ you want to or­der take­out or not?” 35. It's in the Sague­nay re­gion of Que­bec 39. Brother's sis­ter, to Mom, for short 42. First bit of al­pha­betic fil­ing: let­ter + wd. + let­ter 43. FMs ra­dio op­po­sites 44. Hitch 45. CTV en­ter­tain­ment news show 47. Italy's old cur­rency 48. Play in basketball, Al­ley-__ 50. Dullsville 52. __'acte (In­ter­mis­sion) 53. Be­lief sys­tem 54. Stealth birds that don't re­ally give a hoot: 2 wds. 57. Mr. Cassini (Jackie Kennedy's de­signer) 59. Cana­dian entertainer Don Har­ron's funny ra­dio news­caster char­ac­ter on “Hee Haw”, __ Far­quhar­son 61. “Er, huh...?” 62. `Av­enue of Trees' town at the bot­tom-right on Saskatchewan's map 65. Nine, in Ger­many 66. Cana­dian ac­tor Ryan of “The Pro­posal” (2009) 68. Gram­pus 69. Typed the data into the sys­tem [abbr.] 71. At-the-peg golfer 73. “What's the __'?” (I don't get why t his is a big deal?) 74. Ti­tan of fast food restau­rants, Ray __ (b.1902 - d.1984) 75. May­hem 77. Coun­try star Ms. McEn­tire 79. “__. _ & the Women” (2000) star­ring Richard Gere 81. Mr. Stravin­sky of clas­si­cal mu­sic 82. `Mus­cle'-mean­ing pre­fix 83. Long-run­ning CBC show about At­lantic Canada: 3 wds. 86. Spar­tan queen in an­cient Greek mythol­ogy 87. King __ (Shake­spearean ti­tle char­ac­ter) 89. Eng­land toi­let 90. Pet on “The Flint­stones” 92. `Wild Rose Coun­try' in Al­berta and `Yours to Dis­cover' in On­tario: 3 wds. 100. Former im­mense Sea in Cen­tral Asia that's barely there any­more 101. Et __ (Latin for `and oth­ers') 102. Post-op spot in a hosp. 103. Sin­cerely 104. Lion's locks 105. Kind ges­ture 106. Called-one at the con­vent 107. De­voured 108. “To __ __ not to...” 109. Mr. Potato Head stick-ons 110. Joke 111. C'amp­fire t'reat

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1. Shake­speare... “How now, _ __?” - Ham­let 2. Saint-Joseph-__-__Rive, Que­bec 3. Dilbert comic strip in­tern 4. The motto on its coat of arms is `Glo­rio­sus et Liber' 5. Short­hand item, __ pad 6. East of Cal­gary town in Al­berta 7. Finito 8. High school class, e.g.: 2 wds. 9. `The Rock' 10. UAE = United __ Emi­rates 11. It means `snow house' in the Inuk­ti­tut lan­guage 12. Johnny Cash's “__ Prison Blues” 13. Hamil­ton-born star Ms. Katic of “Cas­tle” 14. Ac­tor from the Tsleil-Wau­tuth Na­tion in Bri­tish Columbia who starred in 1976 Western movie “The Out­law Josey Wales”: 3 wds. 15. Mu­ni­tions 16. Di­shevel 26. Col­league to `-Cola' 27. Golds, in Barcelona 28. “Would _ __ to You?” by Eury­th­mics 32. An­cient civil code of the Franks, __ Law 33. __ Moun­tains, in Que­bec 34. Mount Edz­iza (in Bri­tish Columbia), for ex­am­ple: 2 wds. 36. “The Heat __ __” by Glenn Frey 37. Tops the streets 38. Let­tered gro­ceries chain 40. Fash­ion model Carol 41. Kiev's land, briefly 46. Abound 49. Emo­tional songs in which Ce­line Dion can re­ally showcase her vo­cals: 2 wds. 51. Dar­ing 54. __-ray player 55. Sha­nia Twain tune: “I __ No Quit­ter” 56. “How come?” 58. “Viva __ Ve­gas” (1964) 60. Mod­ern­ize the home's decor 62. Big name in Cana­dian fash­ion and fra­grance: 2 wds. 63. Dick­en­sian mys­tery ti­tle char­ac­ter Ed­win 64. Cap­i­tal of Ghana 66. Marsh plant 67. `Hu­man' suf­fixes (Peo­ple-ish be­ings) 69. Erica fa­mously a VJ on Much­Mu­sic 70. Thwarter's vote 72. `South' or `North' suf­fix 74. Weight unit in Canada 76. Scot­tish group 78. Horned an­i­mal of Su­lawesi 80. Fido's wag­ger 84. Indie rock band of Canada, __ Fire 85. Fawn­ing 88. Catcher of a Mo­ray or Con­ger 91. “This __ for You” by Neil Young 92. Baby of the farm's flock 93. “Dies __”: Latin hymn 94. Zeno of __ (Philoso­pher of an­cient Greece) 95. Dock­ing lo­ca­tion 96. Quito is its cap. in South Amer­ica 97. Car 98. New York Met, e.g., in base­ball 99. Since, to Scot­tish poet Rob­bie Burns

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