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HUANG m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2005-03-26 published
Robin LOCKHART and Daniel MARKS -- Match
By Judith Tenenbaum, Saturday, March 26, 2005, Page M4
New Year's Eve is traditionally an opportunity for new beginnings, and on this most recent one Robin Elizabeth LOCKHART and Daniel Stewart MARKS made life-altering resolutions.
They were brief: I do. I do.
Neither suspected they would be making such heartfelt utterances when they first met in January of 2003.
Mr. MARKS had strolled into Style Garage, a custom furniture store on Queen Street West where Ms. LOCKHART was working at the time, and didn't make much of an impression. Ms. LOCKHART, who'd trained at the International Academy of Design, viewed the Wednesday afternoon walk-in client a little skeptically. "I figured he was either unemployed or independently wealthy," she says.
However, when Mr. MARKS, president of Stonehouse Capital, inquired about design services for his Kensington Market loft, she thawed and offered her card.
"I had a very small need that rapidly grew," he chuckles.
The two became Friends, and initially, at least, their relationship revolved around design.
"I was a single man about town, and Robin was providing all-round style advice," Mr. MARKS says. Ms. LOCKHART's expertise had extended to "GQ-ing" his wardrobe, laughs the divorced father of two. "She put me in the position to be a most eligible bachelor."
"We developed a great working relationship and Friendship," says Ms. LOCKHART, now 30. Decorating can be stressful at the best of times, she says, but Dan "has a beautiful attitude toward everything -- really calm and easy. He'd step back and say, okay, how shall we deal with the problem?"
After a year, their collaborative efforts culminated in a trip to the Bau-Xi Gallery on Dundas Street West. Both passionate about art, they were there to select the final touch for his loft: art to fill an 18-foot wall.
"We were putting together a collection of pieces, dragging around paintings, having a great time, excited about the whole process," she says. Then, suddenly, over a painting, "eyes locked, sparks flew and the energy shifted."
By February, 2004, business meetings had morphed into candlelight and wine. "We took things slowly, as I had just ended a long-term relationship," Ms. LOCKHART recalls. But by early summer their palettes had blended. "We laughed at the fact that it had all started at the gallery, and that I had turned him into exactly what I was looking for."
Mr. MARKS, now 39, compares the gorgeous Ms. LOCKHART to his art collection: "It's about being colourful and alive. I call it zaa, and she's just got it!"
That August, secure in her own business, Robin Lockhart Design, and feeling "a sense of trust," Ms. LOCKHART took the plunge and purchased a Muskoka cottage on Lake Vernon with Mr. MARKS.
"We do boating, tubing, anything you can do behind a boat," he says, "and lots of wine on the dock ranks right up there."
Ms. LOCKHART envisions a further creative outlet: "We're converting the garage to a playhouse (for Mr. MARKS's children,) building a bunkhouse and raising the roof.
"The children are wild about the cottage, have huge grins whenever we say we're taking them up, and are looking forward to spending their summers there."
The next month, wending their way through Paris and Italy and "falling more and more in love," recalls Ms. LOCKHART, they lit on the Amalfi coast in a tiny town near Positano. Mr. MARKS had been toting a ring, hidden in such disparate places as his deodorant and socks. "On a beautiful terrace overlooking the sea, I pulled out the ring," he says, "and said, 'Here's a question for you, how would you like to marry me?' "
The letterhead inviting guests to their New Year's celebration was inspired by the purple and blue art pieces that had brought them together. The venue was the gallery where the pair had felt the first blush of romance. Owner Tien HUANG allowed the couple to hang gallery works that referenced their personal collection: luminescent pieces by Robert Marchessault, punchy squares by Tom Burrows, abstracts by Don Jarvis, and impressionist renderings by Darlene Cole. An éclat of colour bounced off the walls, contrasting with white decorations. "It was a relatively intimate affair, about 85, and with Robin's sense of design everything sparkled," Mr. HUANG says.
At 9 p.m. on December 31, flanked by bridesmaids in varying shades of purple and groomsmen sporting purple and blue ties, the glamorous bride appeared in an atypical sleek Vera Wang creation. Rounding out the wedding party were Mr. MARKS's children -- Sarah, 7, as maid of honour and Ryan, 8, as best man -- and two nieces who were flower girls. The couple then recited personal vows before officiant Sarah BUNNETT- GIBSON.
"By midnight the party was bumping," Ms. LOCKHART MARKS says. "Friends said it was the best New Year's Eve they had ever had."

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HUBER m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-11-29 published
CUMBERLAND, Mr. and Mrs. Paul - Marriage Announcement
With much love Wayne and Marilyn HUBER and Nancy and the late Ben CUMBERLAND happily announce the marriage of their children Julie and Paul on September 27, 2003.

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HUBER m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-03-12 published
GREGORASHUK / HUBER
The families of Melissa GREGORASHUK and Jeremy HUBER wish to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage. The marriage will take place on September 24, 2005 at the Chapel of Hope in London.

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HUBRECHT m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-04-01 published
War stole wedding, couple to get it right
By Steve HUBRECHT, Special To The Free Press, Sat., April 1, They met in wartime England, at a dance held in a converted building where corn was sold before.
He was in the British army, in the Royal Engineers, and "cottoned" on to his future bride swaying to the tunes of such big band classics as Glenn Miller's In the Mood and Chattanooga Choo-Choo.
But with sacrifice the order of the day during the Second World War, Geoffrey and Pauline JELL never had the wedding they wanted. Instead, they settled for a simple town hall ceremony in Newark, England.
The wedding licence cost only seven shillings and sixpence. The wedding party was just as modest -- his mother and sister-in-law.
Now, 64 years later, the London couple plan to do up right what war made so tough. They'll renew their wedding vows April 11 at Lambeth's Anglican Trinity Church.
"We thought we might as well complete the story after all these years," said Geoffrey JELL.
"We've been together this long, (we) should make everything as it should be."
It promises to be a more splendid affair than the first time around.
"We used to say it was a dog's licence (they got) because that's how much you paid for a dog licence at the time," JELL quipped.
Theirs was a story repeated often in 1940s Europe and North America, when war and deprivation threw ominous curves at young couples and their families.
The JELLs -- both will be 83 next month -- married in April 1942. He was home for the birth of his daughter that year, only to ship out later, not knowing if he'd return.
What followed was a four-year stint with British forces in North Africa, including the morale-boosting victory over the Germans at El Alamein.
When war ended, JELL returned to his family in an England coping with high unemployment. "There was very little future," he said.
He took his family to Africa in search of a better life, working as a survey engineer in Rhodesia -- now Zimbabwe -- until its declaration of independence from Britain in 1965 brought new uncertainty.
The family -- by then, three daughters and a son -- uprooted again, moving to Toronto. Eventually, the couple came to London.
Proud of the photo he has of him and Pauline at the Newark registry office in 1942, JELL also can picture the overdue ceremony to come.
"We didn't have to do this, but we wanted to," he said.

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HUDAK m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-06-13 published
HARRIS stuns guests by getting married
Canadian Press
Toronto -- Former Ontario premier Mike HARRIS married long-time companion Laura MAGUIRE Saturday night, surprising guests at their home in Woodbridge, north of Toronto.
HARRIS, 60, who recently divorced his second wife, Janet HARRIS, wed MAGUIRE, 41, in a private ceremony.
Derwyn SHAY/SHEA, a former Tory member of the Ontario legislature and an ordained minister, performed the service.
Insiders said the 150 guests invited for a barbecue were caught off-guard by the wedding, held in a tent beside the pool.
"It was a complete surprise. Mike's brother stood up and said they were getting married," said one friend.
In attendance were HARRIS advisers Tom LONG, Leslie NOBLE and Deb HUTTON, members of provincial parliament Tim HUDAK and John BAIRD, and broadcasters Ken SHAW and Ted WOLOSHYN.
It's HARRIS's third marriage and MAGUIRE's second.

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HUDAK m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2005-06-12 published
Barbecue guests treated to surprise as HARRIS married
From Robert BENZIE and Richard BRENNAN
Former premier Mike HARRIS married long-time companion Laura MAGUIRE last night, surprising guests at their home in Woodbridge.
HARRIS, 60, who recently divorced his second wife, Janet HARRIS, wed MAGUIRE, 41, in a private ceremony. Ex-Tory member of provincial parliament Derwyn SHAY/SHEA, an ordained minister, performed the service. Insiders said the 150 guests, invited for a barbecue, were caught off-guard by the wedding, held in a tent beside the pool.
"It was a complete surprise. Mike's brother stood up and said they were getting married," said one friend.
In attendance were HARRIS advisers Tom LONG, Leslie NOBLE and Deb HUTTON, members of provincial parliament Tim HUDAK and John BAIRD, and broadcasters Ken SHAW and Ted WOLOSHYN. It's HARRIS's third marriage, MAGUIRE's second.

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HUDSON m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-06-28 published
Keith and Mildred HUDSON
Happy 50th Anniversary June 27, 1953
Love from your children, Diane and Joe, Ray and Monique, Brenda and Peter and Patricia, grandchildren Christine, Jennifer, David, Scott, Christopher, Michael, Elliott and Branden.

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HUDSON m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-09-13 published
HUDSON, Ron And Laura - 50th Wedding Anniversary
September 19th, 1953 -2003
Love and best wishes from your family.

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HUDSON m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-07-08 published
HUDSON / HAYNES -- Marriage Announcement
Ryan James HUDSON and Melissa Candace HAYNES were united in marriage on May 7, 2006 in Stoufville, Ontario. Melissa is the daughter of Pat HAYNES and Tyrone HAYNES of Markham. Ryan is the son of Nancy HUDSON of Thorndale, and Donald HUDSON of London. The happy couple will reside in Ajax. Ryan is with the Toronto Metro Police Force and Melissa is employed by TD Canada Trust. Your family wishes you love and happiness in your future together.

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HUDSON m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-07-19 published
HUDSON, Keith and Ruth - Happy 40th Anniversary
Please join their family in celebrating this special event on Sunday, July 20, 2008 from 2-4 p.m. for a drop in social. 15783 Nine Mile Rd. Best wishes only.

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HUESING m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2008-05-07 published
PALLISTER / HUESING -- Engagement Announcement
Dale and Lynda PALLISTER of Dundalk and Ingo and Sabine HUESING of Markdale are pleased to announce the engagement of their children, Jenna and Hauke.
The wedding ceremony will take place on September 6, 2008.
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HUESING m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2008-07-16 published
PALLISTER / HUESING -- Buck and Doe
Jenna PALLISTER and Hauke HUESING
Friday, July 25th 2008, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Dundalk Arena
$5.00 in advance $10.00 at the door. Age of Majority
For tickets call Lisa @ 519-923-2503
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HUESING m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2008-07-23 published
PALLISTER / HUESING -- Buck and Doe
Jenna PALLISTER and Hauke HUESING
Friday, July 25th 2008, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Dundalk Arena
$5.00 in advance $10.00 at the door. Age of Majority
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HUFFMAN m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-06-11 published
Gay couple married after ruling
Couple celebrates end of 20-year fight
Judges rewrite definition of marriage
Tracey TYLER and Tracy HUFFMAN Staff Reporters
Two gay men said "I do" yesterday, after Ontario's highest court said "they can."
Crown Attorney Michael LESHNER and his long-time partner Michael STARK were married by Mr. Justice John HAMILTON in a hastily arranged ceremony in the jury waiting room of a Toronto courthouse, as a crowd that included everyone from judges to janitors looked on.
Just hours before, the Ontario Court of Appeal rewrote the definition of marriage to include same-sex couples, saying denying gays and lesbians the ability to marry offends their dignity, discriminates on the basis of sexual orientation and violates their equality rights under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
A unanimous three-judge panel, made up of Chief Justice Roy McMURTRY and justices James MacPHERSON and Eileen GILLESE, then took the issue further than any other court in the world.
Gay and lesbian marriage became legal in Ontario, effective immediately.
"Michael LESHNER, will you please repeat after me," said HAMILTON, as he began the short, civil ceremony. "I do solemnly declare that I do not know of any lawful impediment why I may not be joined in matrimony to Michael Clifford STARK."
Both men repeated the declaration before pledging their vows.
"I Michael, take you Michael, to be my lawful wedded spouse," said LESHNER. "To have and to hold, from this day forward, whatever circumstances or experiences life may hold for us."
HAMILTON, an Ontario Superior Court judge, asked both men to place rings on each other's fingers, then made it official.
"By the power vested in me by the Marriage Act, I pronounce you Michael, and you Michael -- affectionately known as 'the Michaels' -- to be lawfully wedded spouses."
"You are now married," said HAMILTON, who later said it was "an honour" to perform the ceremony.
LESHNER, 55, and STARK, 45, kissed and popped champagne.
Speaking to reporters, LESHNER said he regards the court's judgment as, "Day One for millions of gays and lesbians around the world" and the culmination of a personal 20-year battle to end "legally sanctioned homophobia."
"I wanted to put a stake through that sucker," he said.
His 90-year-old mother, Ethel, who beamed and sang in her wheelchair, drew her satisfaction on a smaller scale.
"I feel wonderful, if he does. And I'm sure he does -- take a look at his face," she said.
"I can't 'rah, rah, rah.' I'm not the type of person to do that," she said. "I'm just happy my son is happy -- I know he's getting a nice guy."
While LESHNER and STARK are believed to be the first gay couple to wed after same-sex marriage became legal yesterday, they may not be the first gay Ontario couple to be legally married. That distinction appears to fall to two same-sex couples who were married in a double ceremony at Toronto's Metropolitan Community Church in January, 2001.
The appeal court ordered the province to register marriage certificates issued to those couples, Kevin BOURASSA and Joe VARNELL and Elaine and Anne VAUTOUR. The judges also ordered the clerk of the City of Toronto to issue marriage licences to LESHNER and STARK and six other couples whose licence applications were held in abeyance pending a ruling by the courts. The province and the city told the judges during a hearing in April that they would abide by whatever the appeal court decided.
Less clear is where the federal government stands.
Justice Minister Martin CAUCHON told reporters yesterday he believes Members of Parliament should have a say in the debate about same-sex marriage, but the government also sees where courts across the country are heading on the issue.
The British Columbia Court of Appeal and a Quebec Superior Court judge have also ruled the common law definition of marriage violates the Charter's equality provisions, but didn't go as far as Ontario in immediately extending marriage to same-sex couples, preferring instead to give Parliament until July, 2004 to change the law.
The Ontario Court of Appeal said there's no need to wait: Changing the definition of marriage, effective immediately, won't create any public harm.
Federal justice department spokesperson Dorette POLLARD said the government has until September 9 to decide whether to seek leave to appeal the decision to the Supreme Court of Canada.
In the meantime, the government does not have the option of seeking a court injunction to stop same-sex marriages from taking place, she said.
If a further appeal to the Supreme Court is in the cards, it could return to the Court of Appeal to ask for a stay of yesterday's ruling, effectively putting it in suspension, POLLARD said.
She was unable to say how that would affect same-sex marriages that have already taken place.
Opponents of same-sex marriage, however, had no difficulty expressing an opinion on yesterday's decision.
By reformulating the definition of marriage, the appeal court ignored "centuries of precedent" and rendered "ordinary Canadians' views irrelevant," said Derek ROGUSKY, a vice-president of Focus on the Family, whose interests were represented by The Association for Marriage and the Family in Ontario, an intervenor in the case.
In its decision yesterday, written not by one judge in particular but collectively as "the court," the appeal panel changed the definition of marriage from being "the voluntary union for life of one man and one woman," to "the voluntary union for life of two persons to the exclusion of all others."
A person's sense of dignity and self worth can only be enhanced by the recognition that society gives to marriage and denying people in same-sex relationships access to that most basic of institutions violates their dignity, the court said.
"The ability to marry, and to thereby participate in this fundamental societal institution, is something that most Canadians take for granted. Same-sex couples do not; they are denied access to this institution simply on the basis of their sexual orientation."
Preventing same-sex couples from marrying perpetuates the view that they are not capable of forming loving and lasting relationships and not worthy of the same respect and recognition as heterosexual couples, the court added.
It was ruling on an appeal from an Ontario Divisional Court decision last year. The Divisional Court said the common law definition of marriage as an exclusively heterosexual union was unconstitutional, but decided 2-1 to leave it up to Parliament to rewrite the law by July, 2004.
The dissenting judge in that case, Mr. Justice Harry LAFORME, who would have changed the definition immediately, attended yesterday's ceremony.
In its 60-page decision yesterday, the judges systematically disposed of Ottawa's arguments for preserving marriage as a heterosexual domain, saying they were filled with irrelevancies, stereotypes and "circular reasoning."
The government argued that marriage has always been understood as a special kind of monogamous institution that brings the sexes together for the purposes of procreating, raising children and companionship.
That isn't something that lawmakers dreamed up; it predates the law, the government said.
Who invented the concept of marriage doesn't matter, the court said; What does is how gays and lesbians fare under a legal regime that excludes them from the institution.
The government was avoiding the main issue by arguing that marriage "just is" heterosexual and benefits society as a whole, the court said.
"The couples are not seeking to abolish the institution of marriage," wrote the judges. "They are seeking access to it."
With files from Mary GORDON

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HUGHES m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-06-28 published
Phil and Carol (HUGHES) EAST
Happy 25th Anniversary
July 1, 2003
Love Jason, Kevin and Michael

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HUGHES m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-05-07 published
HUGHES, Priscilla and Barney - Happy 60th Anniversary
Still very much in love after more than 60 years, and still each other's best friend
Thank you for all the wonderful memories and for your encouragement, guidance and love.
With much love and admiration - Doug, Don, Nancy, Ryan and Lauren.

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HUGHES m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-06-11 published
HUGHES / KSIAZEK
Natalie and Bart along with their families would like to announce their upcoming wedding in West Lorne, June 25, 2005.

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HUITSING m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-07-16 published
STELPSTRA, Keith and Margaret (DEVRIES) - 50th wedding anniversary
1955 July 16 2005
With joy and thanksgiving to God we, are celebrating our 50th wedding anniversary with our children Joanne and John HUITSING, Edmonton, Alberta; Teresa and Jeff LINKER, London, Ontario; Marjorie and Rick VANMEURS, Stratford, Ontario; Keith and Christina STELPSTRA, Kelowna, British Columbia and our 16 grandchildren.

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HULLEY m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-09-06 published
HULLEY / GONSALVES -- John (and Barbara) and Lucy HULLEY are very pleased to announce the marriage of their son John Vernon to Candice LORETTA, daughter of Cajetan and Cecilia GONSALVES on September 5th, 2003 at Saint Thomas More Parish Church. A happy event shared by many with the promise of a long and joyful union.

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HUMBEY m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-07-09 published
DELANEY, Barbara and Jeff - 25th Wedding Anniversary
July 12, 2005 Congratulations!
Love The HUMBEY and The DELANEY Families.

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HUME m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2003-06-11 published
Gay marriage is legalized
Ontario appeal court rewrites law, says couples must be given licences
Activists are ecstatic, Ottawa faces tight deadline to decide on appeal
KLEIN rejects ruling, says he'll invoke notwithstanding clause in Alberta
By Kirk MAKIN Justice Reporter; With reports from Mark HUME in Kelowna, and Canadian Press Wednesday, June 11, 2003 - Page A1
The exclusion of gays from the institution of marriage is illogical, offensive and unjustifiable, the Ontario Court of Appeal said yesterday in a historic judgment that makes same-sex marriages legal for the first time in Canada.
The ruling took effect immediately in Ontario -- two gay men were married yesterday in a Toronto court -- increasing the pressure on the federal government to consider legislation on same-sex unions or go to the Supreme Court. A decision on the latter option must be made by June 30.
Alberta Premier Ralph KLEIN boosted the stakes further, saying his province is not about to recognize same-sex marriages as legal, and will invoke the notwithstanding clause of the Constitution to override any court ruling recognizing a right to such marriages.
"If there is any move to sanctify and legalize same-sex marriages, we will use the notwithstanding clause, period, end of story," Mr. KLEIN said at the Western Premiers Conference in Kelowna, B.C.
The Ontario court methodically dismantled every argument made before it in support of heterosexual-only marriages. It refused even to permit a grace period for Ontario to bring its laws into conformity with the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Courts in British Columbia and Quebec have also struck down marriage laws, but gave the governments time to rewrite their legislation.
The Ontario judges said denying same-sex marriage is tantamount to declaring homosexuals a lesser order of being, helping to perpetuate an impression that gays and lesbians are incapable of forming loving relationships.
"A purpose that demeans the dignity of same-sex couples is contrary to the values of a free and democratic society and cannot be pressing and substantial," said Chief Justice Roy McMURTRY, Mr. Justice James MacPHERSON and Madam Justice Eileen GILLESE.
"Same-sex couples are capable of forming long, lasting, loving and intimate relationships. A law that prohibits same-sex couples from marrying does not accord with the needs, capacities and circumstances of same-sex couples."
The judges ordered Toronto's city clerk and the provincial registrar-general to issue and accept marriage licences for two couples married under the Christian tradition of publication of banns in 2001 -- Joe VARNELL and Kevin BOURASSA; and Elaine and Anne VAUTOUR -- making them the first gay marriages in the country.
Henceforth, the court ordered the definition of marriage in Ontario to be "the voluntary union for life of two persons to the exclusion of all others."
The ruling was the culmination of decades of strategic prodding by gay couples, associations and legal activists. All were ecstatic yesterday over the strength of the Ontario ruling.
"This is why people come to Canada," said Michael LESHNER, who married his partner, Michael STARK, within hours of the ruling. "They marvel at our values. We have sent an unmistakable message that love can conquer all."
"It's a momentous day," said Kyle RAE, a gay Toronto city councillor. "It is a great day for equality in Canada."
A lawyer for the couples, Martha McCARTHY, predicted many more marriages in the days ahead, while the federal government ponders a possible appeal. "The more marriages we get, the more inevitable this is," she said in an interview. "The time to be right is ripe, as Martin Luther KING would say."
Courts in Ontario, British Columbia and Quebec have now overturned marriage laws. But the rulings in British Columbia and Quebec did not take effect immediately because they allowed governments until mid-2004 to redraft the laws.
A final clash is now possible before a Supreme Court of Canada bench that has steadily established a reputation for defending gay rights. The federal government has only until June 30 to decide whether to appeal the British Columbia ruling. The Liberal government is also expecting a report this week from a parliamentary committee examining same-sex marriage.
Prime Minister Jean CHRÉTIEN said yesterday Justice Minister Martin CAUCHON is looking at the judgment along with the other rulings, and said it is too early to know whether it will be appealed.
Mr. CAUCHON said Ottawa recognizes it must move quickly toward a "national solution" to the same-sex debate.
"We see the direction that the courts are taking now," Mr. CAUCHON said after a cabinet meeting. "I'm asking for a little bit of time to look at the decision and to come back with a statement."
The Ontario Court of Appeal was not in a mood for patience, and it was not willing to run the risk that provincial legislators would devise wording to circumvent their ruling.
"A temporary suspension allows a state of affairs that has been found to violate standards embodied in the Charter to persist for a time despite the violation," the court said.
It also pointed out that were it simply to render the entire law invalid, gay people would be vulnerable to the wrath of heterosexuals who found themselves temporarily denied the benefits of marriage.
The decision rested on the constitutional right to equality and emphasized the "dignity" of individuals.
Launched by eight same-sex couples, the litigation had targeted a common-law definition of marriage as a union between "one man and one woman." The couples won their challenge in Ontario's Divisional Court, but it, too, suspended its ruling for two years.
Yesterday, the Court of Appeal specifically rejected arguments that procreation is an integral pillar of marriage.
"Same-sex couples can choose to have children through adoption, surrogacy and donor insemination," the judges reasoned. "Importantly, procreation and child-rearing are not the only purposes of marriage, or the only reason why couples choose to marry. The opposite-sex requirement in marriage is not rationally connected to the encouragement of procreation and child-rearing."
They said government lawyers offered mere speculation instead of proof to show why the exclusion of same-sex marriages was a valid social objective -- and that the definition of marriage was far from a minimal infringement.
What Canadian think about gay issues
The Ontario Court of Appeal ruled yesterday that the right to marry should be extended to same-sex couples.
Recent surveys have produced the following results:
Do you support or oppose gay marriage?
Support Oppose
Males (18-34) 61.2% 33.9%
Females (18-34) 69.2% 22.2%
If the Supreme Court of Canada said that the federal government had to give gays and lesbians the right to be married, do you think that the government should or should not use its power to overrule the court's decision?
Should Should not
The Charter of Rights and Freedoms guarantees equal rights for women and ethnic and religious minorities and other groups. In your opinion, should the Charter also guarantee rights for gays and lesbians?
Yes No
Note: Graphic does not include respondents who did not know or who refused to answer.
source: Centre For Research And Information On Canada

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HUMPHREY m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-09-13 published
HUMPHREY, Dale and Betty - 40th Wedding Anniversary
The family of Dale and Betty HUMPHREY invite you to an Open House In honour of their 40th Wedding Anniversary at The Sarnia Free Methodist Church Russell and Maxwell Streets -Sarnia, Ontario September 20, 2003 2-4 pm
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HUMPHREY m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-04-26 published
HUMPHREY, Ruth and Frank - 60th Anniversary
April 24, 2008 Stratford, Ontario. God gave you two a special love to share because He knew how much you would cherish it. Love and Best Wishes, your family.

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HUMPHREY m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-10-04 published
TO / HUMPHREY -- Michael and Hestor TO are happy to announce the engagement of their eldest daughter, Bonita to Bradley Dean, son of Bruce and Georgie HUMPHREY.

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HUNT m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-12-20 published
HUNT, Murray and Colleen (née FORAN) were married at St. Patrick's Church, Lucan on August 2, 2003. The happy couple reside in Chatham.
Love and happiness always, your family.

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HUNT m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-07-30 published
HUNT, Ben and Sheila - 50th Anniversary
Congratulations Ben and Sheila HUNT on your 50th Wedding Anniversary!
Open House Saturday, August 6th, 2: 00-4:00 p.m., Knights of Columbus Hall, 1295 Webster St. Best Wishes Only Please.

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HUNT m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-06-10 published
HUNT / CRAIG -- Forthcoming Marriage
Gerry and Eleanor HUNT together with Steve and Linda CRAIG, are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their children Kelly Christine to Matthew David. The wedding will take place on September 16, 2006 at Empress United Church. The family and Friends of Kelly and Matt wish them a lifetime full of love and happiness together.

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HUNT m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-06-16 published
HUNT, Dr. Barry and Margaret - Golden Wedding Anniversary
June 16, 2006
Fifty years of love, guidance, support, Friendship, and happiness. Happy Anniversary Mom and Dad. Love from your children and grandchildren.

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HUNT m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-11-25 published
HUNT, Yvonne and Jim - 60th Anniversary
Congratulations On Celebrating 60 Years of Marriage
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HUNTER m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2005-06-01 published
TURNER, Eldon and Iowna - Celebrate 50th Anniversary
Eldon and Iowna TURNER recently marked their 50th anniversary with a family dinner at Steven's Restaurant followed by a social time at their home.
Eldon and Iowna TURNER of Lake Eugenia celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Saturday, May 14 with a family dinner at Steven's Restaurant in Markdale.
In attendance were their children Lynne PINNEGAR and her friend Cliff HASTIE of Mount Forest, Jayne and her husband Don MULLIGAN of Dundalk, Gwen TURNER and her friend Brian MARCH of Owen Sound, and Brent and his wife Cathy TURNER of Durham. Daughter Anne TURNER and her husband Peter McLAUGHLIN of Johnville, New Brunswick were unable to attend but had telephoned earlier in the day.
Also at the family celebration were grandchildren Chris MULLIGAN of Dundalk, Brad MULLIGAN and his fiancee Lisa WARD of Flesherton and Mike TURNER and Kim TURNER, both of Durham.
Following dinner, further visiting as well as cake and ice cream were enjoyed at the TURNER home.
Mr. and Mrs. TURNER were also guests of honor at a luncheon attended by her sisters and their spouses -- Doreen and Bob TUCK of Bognor, Ruth and George MCINNES/MCINNIS of Kleinburg, Leona and Joe ALLISON of Markdale, and Maryon and Jack HUNTER of Shelburne. Mr. TURNER's brother, Doug and Muriel TURNER of Shelburne, stopped by the TURNER home for a special visit.
Eldon, son of the late Oliver and Mamie TURNER of Lake Eugenia and Iowna, daughter of the late W.W. and Gladys ALCOX of Markdale, met when Iowna was the teacher at the S.S.#8 one-room school on Concession 8, Artemesia Township. She boarded with his aunt and uncle, Belle and Court Smith.
They were married in Toronto on May 14, 1955. Her twin sister Leona was maid of honor and his bother Doug was best man.
The couple farmed at Lake Eugenia for over 20 years while raising their family of four daughters and a son. After selling the farm, Mr. TURNER obtained employment as a custodian at Beavercrest Elementary School in Markdale and Mrs. TURNER began working at Grey Owen Lodge in Markdale, now Grey Gables. She took night classes at Georgian College in Owen Sound, while working full-time, and graduated as a nurse's aide. She spent over 20 years employed at Grey Gables, and still volunteers there on a regular basis.
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HUNTER m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2005-06-01 published
TURNER, Eldon and Iowna - Celebrate 50th Anniversary
Eldon and Iowna TURNER recently marked their 50th anniversary with a family dinner at Steven's Restaurant followed by a social time at their home.
Eldon and Iowna TURNER of Lake Eugenia celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Saturday, May 14 with a family dinner at Steven's Restaurant in Markdale.
In attendance were their children Lynne PINNEGAR and her friend Cliff HASTIE of Mount Forest, Jayne and her husband Don MULLIGAN of Dundalk, Gwen TURNER and her friend Brian MARCH of Owen Sound, and Brent and his wife Cathy TURNER of Durham. Daughter Anne TURNER and her husband Peter McLAUGHLIN of Johnville, New Brunswick were unable to attend but had telephoned earlier in the day.
Also at the family celebration were grandchildren Chris MULLIGAN of Dundalk, Brad MULLIGAN and his fiancee Lisa WARD of Flesherton and Mike TURNER and Kim TURNER, both of Durham.
Following dinner, further visiting as well as cake and ice cream were enjoyed at the TURNER home.
Mr. and Mrs. TURNER were also guests of honor at a luncheon attended by her sisters and their spouses -- Doreen and Bob TUCK of Bognor, Ruth and George MCINNES/MCINNIS of Kleinburg, Leona and Joe ALLISON of Markdale, and Maryon and Jack HUNTER of Shelburne. Mr. TURNER's brother, Doug and Muriel TURNER of Shelburne, stopped by the TURNER home for a special visit.
Eldon, son of the late Oliver and Mamie TURNER of Lake Eugenia and Iowna, daughter of the late W.W. and Gladys ALCOX of Markdale, met when Iowna was the teacher at the S.S.#8 one-room school on Concession 8, Artemesia Township. She boarded with his aunt and uncle, Belle and Court Smith.
They were married in Toronto on May 14, 1955. Her twin sister Leona was maid of honor and his bother Doug was best man.
The couple farmed at Lake Eugenia for over 20 years while raising their family of four daughters and a son. After selling the farm, Mr. TURNER obtained employment as a custodian at Beavercrest Elementary School in Markdale and Mrs. TURNER began working at Grey Owen Lodge in Markdale, now Grey Gables. She took night classes at Georgian College in Owen Sound, while working full-time, and graduated as a nurse's aide. She spent over 20 years employed at Grey Gables, and still volunteers there on a regular basis.
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HUNTER m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2005-06-01 published
TURNER, Eldon and Iowna - Celebrate 50th Anniversary
Eldon and Iowna TURNER recently marked their 50th anniversary with a family dinner at Steven's Restaurant followed by a social time at their home.
Eldon and Iowna TURNER of Lake Eugenia celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Saturday, May 14 with a family dinner at Steven's Restaurant in Markdale.
In attendance were their children Lynne PINNEGAR and her friend Cliff HASTIE of Mount Forest, Jayne and her husband Don MULLIGAN of Dundalk, Gwen TURNER and her friend Brian MARCH of Owen Sound, and Brent and his wife Cathy TURNER of Durham. Daughter Anne TURNER and her husband Peter McLAUGHLIN of Johnville, New Brunswick were unable to attend but had telephoned earlier in the day.
Also at the family celebration were grandchildren Chris MULLIGAN of Dundalk, Brad MULLIGAN and his fiancee Lisa WARD of Flesherton and Mike TURNER and Kim TURNER, both of Durham.
Following dinner, further visiting as well as cake and ice cream were enjoyed at the TURNER home.
Mr. and Mrs. TURNER were also guests of honor at a luncheon attended by her sisters and their spouses -- Doreen and Bob TUCK of Bognor, Ruth and George MCINNES/MCINNIS of Kleinburg, Leona and Joe ALLISON of Markdale, and Maryon and Jack HUNTER of Shelburne. Mr. TURNER's brother, Doug and Muriel TURNER of Shelburne, stopped by the TURNER home for a special visit.
Eldon, son of the late Oliver and Mamie TURNER of Lake Eugenia and Iowna, daughter of the late W.W. and Gladys ALCOX of Markdale, met when Iowna was the teacher at the S.S.#8 one-room school on Concession 8, Artemesia Township. She boarded with his aunt and uncle, Belle and Court Smith.
They were married in Toronto on May 14, 1955. Her twin sister Leona was maid of honor and his bother Doug was best man.
The couple farmed at Lake Eugenia for over 20 years while raising their family of four daughters and a son. After selling the farm, Mr. TURNER obtained employment as a custodian at Beavercrest Elementary School in Markdale and Mrs. TURNER began working at Grey Owen Lodge in Markdale, now Grey Gables. She took night classes at Georgian College in Owen Sound, while working full-time, and graduated as a nurse's aide. She spent over 20 years employed at Grey Gables, and still volunteers there on a regular basis.
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HUNTER m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2006-07-12 published
HUNTER, George and Margaret - 50th Anniversary
Come and Help Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of George and Margaret HUNTER on Sunday, July 16, 2006 2-4 p.m. at Grand Valley United Church
Best Wishes Only Please
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HUNTER m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2008-04-02 published
HUNTER / FRANKS -- Stag and Doe
Stag and Doe for Britt HUNTER and Jeremy FRANKS
Saturday, April 19, 2008, Durham Arena, 9: 00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m
Music by D.J.
$7 per Ticket - Lunch Provided - Age of Majority
For tickets call: 519-923-3435 or 519-369-6864
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HUNTER m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2008-07-02 published
HUNTER / FRANKS -- Forthcoming Marriage
Alexis Ann FRANKS, along with her grandparents Debbie and Glenn HUNTER and Pat and Keith FRANKS, is pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of her parents, Brittany HUNTER and Jeremy FRANKS on Saturday, July 26, 2008 at the home of the bride's parents. Reception to follow at the Mount Forest Community Centre.
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HUNTER m@ca.on.manitoulin.howland.little_current.manitoulin_expositor 2003-06-11 published
Barbara MADAHBEE KING
is pleased to announce the wedding of her son Patrick KING
to Jean HUNTER on July 5, 2003

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HUNTER m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-01-11 published
Engagement
FERGUSON - HUNTER
Ross and Jeanne FERGUSON, London, Ontario, are happy to announce the engagement of their son Murray FERGUSON to Grace HUNTER, daughter of Dennis and Lynda HUNTER, Erinsville, Ontario. The wedding will take place at Saint John's Lutheran Church in Waterloo, Ontario, on February 15, 2003.

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HUNTER m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-08-16 published
RIVET, Tammy / HUNTER, Gary
Marlene RIVET is pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of her daughter Tammy to Gary HUNTER, son of Mary and Gary HUNTER.
The wedding will take on August 16, 2003 at 4: 30 at Pine Knot Golf and Country Club, Dorchester.

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HUNTER m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-08-16 published
HUNTER, Tammy and SAINT_ONGE, Brian
Look Who's Getting Married?
August 23, 2003
Brian SAINT_ONGE and Tammy HUNTER

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HUNTER m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-11-01 published
HUNTER- CONRAD, Christina and Dave - Happy 2nd Anniversary
Mommy and Daddy, Christina and Dave HUNTER- CONRAD married November Since I arrived on September 15, 2005, you have shown me what love truly is. I love you both lots and lots! Your baby boy Liam

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HUNTER m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-02-18 published
HUNTER / BRUCKNER -- Engagement
Mr. Doug HUNTER and Ms. Linda HUNTER of Harrietsville announce the engagement of their son Daryl HUNTER to Deborah BRUCKNER, the daughter of Mrs. Carolyn BRUCKNER and the late Mr. Edmund BRUCKNER of Englehart. A September wedding is planned.

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HURRELL m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-10-04 published
HURRELL, Bert and Patricia - Happy 40th Anniversary
Love and best wishes from your family John, Steve and Leanne

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HURST m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2006-06-10 published
Shelley Lynn SCARROW and James Andrew HURST -- Match:
By Judith TENENBAUM, Page M4
Shelley SCARROW and James HURST learned how to take criticism from each other long before they became romantically involved. As co-writers on the television series Degrassi: The Next Generation, they sparred regularly over plot lines and character development.
"Being in the same room with a person when they are throwing out creative ideas and you are shooting them down is a recipe for disaster," Mr. HURST says.
Fortunately, Ms. SCARROW adds, "we conversed like co-workers, and it made romance a piece of cake because we had figured out communicating early on."
Their careers first intersected on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation series Riverdale in 2000, and a flirtation flickered. Later, Ms. SCARROW -- hired on to the Degrassi series, and fond of the savvy Mr. HURST -- recruited him to train her on scriptwriting software. Both were in relationships at the time, she notes. "It was sort of Sex and the City: the guy so sweet, and so taken, a completely safe crush."
By the show's second season, both were unattached, but Ms. SCARROW played it coy. "When he'd come round, I'd make rebound noises -- bong, bong -- because I knew if I fell for him, it would be eternal brokenheartedness, or marriage."
But a watershed moment came when he offered her two mix CDs. "With quotes and graphics, they were like works of art. The fact he spent so many hours on them was a little ding!"
Mr. HURST remembers being smitten during an early date when he touched her and "felt a magic thunderbolt." Still, they kept their romance a secret, lest it appear to compromise their creative efforts. "I needed to be able to say, 'James, that's the dumbest idea I've ever heard,' " she laughs.
But when both went to the hospital with food poisoning, a co-worker in crisis called his home looking for Ms. SCARROW. Since their secret was clearly in the open, the two "came out of the closet," she says.
Degrassi storylines and characters often paralleled their personal realities. "We wrote our own romance, in a weird, oblique sort of way, but I don't think we were aware," Mr. HURST says. "One episode Shelley wrote was so beautiful it blew me away. I'd like to think [that], in it, she was describing feelings for me."
With television movies and documentaries to his credit, he has won two Writers Guild of Canada awards and at 36 is an executive producer and head writer on the sixth season of Degrassi. Ms. SCARROW, whose Degrassi writing is characterized by raw and jarring subject matter, was a co-Gemini nominee with Mr. HURST. The duo, both B.F.A. graduates of York University, are social and environmental activists. They drive a Prius, support Amnesty International, the World Wildlife Federation and (in his case) the Green Party.
"James makes me laugh every day," she says. "I know if we got stuck in a cellar for 30 days, we'd never run out of things to talk about and there'd be a lot of giggling."
He counters: "Shelley's the best of both worlds, beautiful and brilliant, but we have fun and goof around."
On a showery Valentine's evening in 2005, a ring in his pocket, he visualized parking a block from the trendy Rain restaurant and huddling under an umbrella to offer a proposal. But the gods dissented, and when he was forced to wheel into a space right in front of the restaurant, the uber-cool Mr. HURST was flummoxed. "I ordered a large drink, couldn't eat, and the room was spinning. I was a nervous, babbling mess," he admits. But they joined the world of hokey hearts as he rattled off his proposal to the approval of nearby diners.
Officiant Virginia Cresswell JONES married the couple at the Distillery District's Blue Dot Gallery on May 6. The new Mrs. SCARROW HURST, 35, looked like a torch singer in a Marcel wave and thirties-style trumpet skirted gown, complemented by her bridegroom in shadow pinstripe. "We felt Hollywood," she recalls, "a little Zelda and Scott Fitzgerald."

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HUSSEY m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-03-11 published
HUSSEY / YOUNG
John and Anne HUSSEY of Saint Thomas are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter Jenna Lynn to Scott Rushton YOUNG, son of Rick and Brenda of London on June 17, 2006. Stag & Doe will be held for the couple on Saturday, April 1, 2006 at 7: 00 p.m. at the Shedden Keystone Complex, Shedden. For tickets please call 432-7426 or 769-2388

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HUTCHESSON m@ca.on.simcoe_county.nottawasaga.collingwood.the_connection 2007-08-03 published
HUTCHESSON / KOEHLE -- Engagement announcement
Marian and Tom HUTCHESSON of Wasaga Beach would like to announce the engagement of their daughter Elizabeth Anne to James Norman KOEHLE, son of Shirley and Norm KOEHLE of New Hamburg, Ontario. They are to be married in a mountain top ceremony at Blue Mountain Resorts on June 21st, 2008. They will begin their adventure together in Wasaga Beach with the opening of their new chiropractic practice.
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HUTCHINGS m@ca.on.simcoe_county.nottawasaga.collingwood.enterprise-bulletin 2002-05-07 published
Shalleah HUTCHINGS and Benjamin SIMONS
were married on February 2, 2002 the wedding took place in Collingwood, followed by a reception at the Vacation Inn. The matron-of-honour and best man were, Misha and Kareem JOSEPH. We wish to thank everyone who shared our special day with us, for their gifts and congratulations.
Benjamin and Shalleah SIMONS

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HUTCHINGS m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-06-09 published
GALLAGHER / MOORE
Married on Saturday, April 28 at St. Alban the Martyr Church in Ottawa were John P. MOORE, writer and editor, and Dawna GALLAGHER, artist and historian. The attendants were Meredith HUTCHINGS, Lachlan MacLEOD and Paul MOORE, all of Halifax. The couple will reside in Ottawa. Thanks and greetings to family, Friends, and colleagues.

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HUTCHINSON/HUTCHISON m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2006-11-08 published
BRUBACHER / HUTCHINSON/HUTCHISON -- Wedding Announcement
Alastair William HUTCHINSON/HUTCHISON and Laura Jewel BRUBACHER married October 12, 2006 at the Knox Presbyterian church, Waterloo
Congratulations from the HUTCHINSON/HUTCHISON Family.
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HUTCHINSON/HUTCHISON m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2006-12-13 published
HUTCHINSON/HUTCHISON / LEMON
We would like to extend our deepest appreciation to our wonderful wedding party and family for their hard work in hosting our successful buck and doe on November 25 in Markdale. Also special thanks to all who attended. The community support is overwhelming.
- Brittany and Herb.
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HUTCHINSON/HUTCHISON m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2006-12-20 published
HUTCHINSON/HUTCHISON / LEMON -- Forthcoming Marriage
Jim and Denise HUTCHINSON/HUTCHISON would like to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter Brittany Charlotte to Herbert Samuel Alexander LEMON, son of Sam and Marilyn LEMON. The holiday ceremony uniting the couple will take place at the Durham Presbyterian Church on Saturday December 30, 2006.
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HUTCHINSON/HUTCHISON m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2007-05-30 published
Celebrate 60th Wedding Anniversary
On Sunday afternoon, May 27 a large crowd of Friends, relatives and neighbours called at the Stothart Hall in Priceville to extend congratulations and best wishes to Calvin and Betty HUTCHINSON/HUTCHISON on the occasion of their 60th wedding anniversary. The couple received many congratulatory certificates as well as one from Queen Elizabeth II. Pictured above with Calvin and Betty is Eleanor HUTCHINSON/HUTCHISON who was a bridal attendant 60 years ago. Ward HUTCHINSON/HUTCHISON (deceased), Calvin's brother, was the other attendant at the wedding which took place on May 24, 1947. Congratulations and best wishes Calvin and Betty on reaching such a milestone and may you enjoy more pleasant anniversaries.
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HUTCHINSON/HUTCHISON m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2007-06-06 published
HUTCHINSON/HUTCHISON, Calvin and Betty - 60th Anniversary
We would like to thank my family for arranging our 60th anniversary party, for the lunch and to those who supplied the music and also to the many Friends and relations who came and helped make our day a success.
Calvin and Betty.
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HUTCHINSON/HUTCHISON m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2008-01-23 published
KING / VAN_ALSTINE -- Forthcoming Marriage
Michael John KING and Angela Marie VAN_ALSTINE would like to announce their forthcoming marriage together with their parents John and Cathy KING, Dundalk and Barb HUTCHINSON/HUTCHISON- CRAIG, Durham and the late Leonard VAN_ALSTINE.
Their wedding will take place on March 1, 2008 at The Falls Inn, Walters Falls.
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HUTCHINSON/HUTCHISON m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-10-15 published
ROBERTS / DAWDY
Linda ROBERTS and Marty HUTCHINSON/HUTCHISON, along with Jeff ROBERTS, of Sarnia are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Nicole Lynn to Michael Douglas, son of Doug and Elaine DAWDY of London. The wedding will take place in October 2006 in Sarnia.

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HUTTON m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-06-13 published
HARRIS stuns guests by getting married
Canadian Press
Toronto -- Former Ontario premier Mike HARRIS married long-time companion Laura MAGUIRE Saturday night, surprising guests at their home in Woodbridge, north of Toronto.
HARRIS, 60, who recently divorced his second wife, Janet HARRIS, wed MAGUIRE, 41, in a private ceremony.
Derwyn SHAY/SHEA, a former Tory member of the Ontario legislature and an ordained minister, performed the service.
Insiders said the 150 guests invited for a barbecue were caught off-guard by the wedding, held in a tent beside the pool.
"It was a complete surprise. Mike's brother stood up and said they were getting married," said one friend.
In attendance were HARRIS advisers Tom LONG, Leslie NOBLE and Deb HUTTON, members of provincial parliament Tim HUDAK and John BAIRD, and broadcasters Ken SHAW and Ted WOLOSHYN.
It's HARRIS's third marriage and MAGUIRE's second.

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HUTTON m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-09-23 published
KOSYNSKI, Gladys and Archie - Happy 67th Wedding Anniversary
September 28, 1939 Love and Best Wishes from daughters Christine JACKSON (Gord,) Sharon HUTTON (Bob,) grandchildren and great-grandchild (Cameron).

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HUTTON m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2005-06-13 published
Ex-premier HARRIS weds in surprise ceremony
By Karen HOWLETT, Monday, June 13, 2005, Page A6
Toronto -- Former Ontario premier Mike HARRIS tied the knot for the third time in a private ceremony at his home in Woodbridge, north of Toronto this weekend.
Most of the 150 guests had no idea they were about to watch Mr. HARRIS, 60 and Laura MAGUIRE, 41, exchange vows.
Deb HUTTON, a former senior adviser to Mr. HARRIS and one of the guests, said everyone had been invited for a barbecue Saturday evening. "I had assumed they would elope and call us later," she said.

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HUTTON m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2005-06-12 published
Barbecue guests treated to surprise as HARRIS married
From Robert BENZIE and Richard BRENNAN
Former premier Mike HARRIS married long-time companion Laura MAGUIRE last night, surprising guests at their home in Woodbridge.
HARRIS, 60, who recently divorced his second wife, Janet HARRIS, wed MAGUIRE, 41, in a private ceremony. Ex-Tory member of provincial parliament Derwyn SHAY/SHEA, an ordained minister, performed the service. Insiders said the 150 guests, invited for a barbecue, were caught off-guard by the wedding, held in a tent beside the pool.
"It was a complete surprise. Mike's brother stood up and said they were getting married," said one friend.
In attendance were HARRIS advisers Tom LONG, Leslie NOBLE and Deb HUTTON, members of provincial parliament Tim HUDAK and John BAIRD, and broadcasters Ken SHAW and Ted WOLOSHYN. It's HARRIS's third marriage, MAGUIRE's second.

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HUXLEY m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-11-11 published
HUXLEY, Jim and Bernice - 60th Anniversary
Please join us in helping Jim and Bernice celebrate their 60th Anniversary on Sunday, November 18, from 2: 00-5:00 p.m. at the home of Rick and Kim HUXLEY, 170 Wildwood Ave. in London. Cards and best wishes only.

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HUXLEY m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-11-15 published
HUXLEY, Jim and Bernice - 60th Anniversary
Please join us in helping Jim and Bernice celebrate their 60th Anniversary on Saturday, November 18, from 2: 00-5:00 p.m. at the home of Rick and Kim HUXLEY, 170 Wildwood Ave. in London. Cards and best wishes only.

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HUXLEY m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-11-18 published
HUXLEY, Jim and Bernice - 60th Anniversary
Please join us in helping Jim and Bernice celebrate their 60th Anniversary on Saturday, November 18, from 2: 00-5:00 p.m. at the home of Rick and Kim HUXLEY, 170 Wildwood Ave. in London. Cards and best wishes only.

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HUYBERS m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-07-02 published
HUYBERS, Tony and Carolyn - 60th Wedding Anniversary
Congratulations Mom and Dad on your 60th Wedding Anniversary
Open House For Tony and Carolyn HUYBERS
July 10, 2005 from 7-9 p.m.
Alvinston Comunity Centre

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