MACK m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-09-06 published
MACK, Bill and Jean - Happy 50th Anniversary September 5, 1953. From family and Friends.

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MADAHBEE 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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MADIAN m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2005-07-09 published
Kareen MADIAN and David WOLF -- Match:
By Judith TENENBAUM, Saturday, July 9, 2005, Page M4
Ultimately, Kareen Melanie MADIAN would conclude that if she mixed all of the ingredients for her perfect man, David Daniel WOLF would crystallize. However, her first phone interview with him, for a syndicated radio program called Canada's Business Report, where she was a producer, left the impression he was haughty and aloof.
A colleague assured her, however, that she shouldn't judge him by that first impression: "He's an economist and needs to sound like he knows what he's talking about."
So in August, 2002, at the show's guest-appreciation night at Jump Café and Bar, she decided to take the initiative and try to find him.
"Half of Bay Street was out, and I realized that I didn't know what these people looked like and was about to leave," says Mr. WOLF, who was then senior economist and chief interest rate strategist at RBC Capital Markets. But then a "very cute girl" approached him and said, "Can I ask you a really stupid question?"
He replied that she would be surprised at the questions people asked him.
Her query, of course, was whether he was the man she had interviewed a few months earlier. She had already recognized his voice, however, and led him over to meet the group from her radio program.
That October, when she called Mr. WOLF for another interview, he floored her with his response: "This isn't our usual time. Are you calling to ask me out?"
Mr. WOLF admits it was the first time he had used such an approach. "I'm usually pretty shy. I think it reflected something deeper. I just kind of blurted it out."
An ensuing buzz zoomed through her office when she confided, "I think I just made a date with David WOLF. I called for an interview and all of a sudden we're going out for drinks."
She missed his signals at first, however, and assumed that, as the youngest economist on the street, he was just looking for professional camaraderie. Several dinners later, the façade was lifted. "I realized we were actually dating," she says.
Their paths had seemed destined to cross. A decade earlier, they had lived a short distance apart in North Toronto, and his sister, Susan, had often extolled her brother to teenage classmate Ms. MADIAN. His sister once borrowed Ms. MADIAN's library card and neglected to return a book. Harangued by the library, Ms. MADIAN followed up with a phone call, and Mr. WOLF senior had acknowledged, "That sounds like Susie."
"It was a weird, small world thing," Mr. WOLF says. "She knew my sister, and had spoken to my father."
Parental influence had prompted the entrée of both into economics. It was her mother's interest in CNBC that precipitated Ms. MADIAN's pursuit of business journalism at Ryerson University. She advised her daughter, "Where you have unrest, unemployment, people totally disenfranchised, you will find there is an economic reason for it, and there are lots of stories there." After a period at CTV, Ms. MADIAN gained an internship with CNBC in New York, and is now a Web editor of moneysense.ca.
Mr. WOLF, now 29, whose father is a professor of economics at York University, is a graduate of Princeton University in that discipline and currently chief strategist and head of Canadian economics at Merrill Lynch Canada.
Intoxicated for five months by the vibrant Ms. MADIAN, Mr. WOLF, who was in Europe on business, impulsively urged her to join him in Paris. A plane seat in doubt, his plucky lady fabricated a tale of romantic distress where she desperately needed to meet her fiancé. "'Husband' was taking it too far," she says with a laugh. It worked.
Together, they savoured the nirvana of Paris. "We were on the Left Bank, stopped for a crepe. It was this amazing feeling... in Paris, worlds away," she says. "Going on vacation with someone is a big test. We realized we could stand each other and wanted to spend more time together."
The couple had discussed marriage, and religious differences were never at issue. "I'm Christian. David is Jewish," Ms. MADIAN says. "We wouldn't call ourselves religious -- more spiritual. If we have children, we'll expose them to both our cultures."
In October, 2003, they celebrated the anniversary of their first date in Las Vegas. When Mr. WOLF knelt on the grass at the Bellagio claiming he felt ill, she visualized a proposal. "I thought, oh my God, this is it! He's pretending to be sick and is going to propose in front of the light show. It's going to be perfect," Ms. MADIAN recalls.
But her excitement turned to fear as she assisted him back to his room in the throes of nausea.
Surreptitiously, that Christmas holiday Mr. WOLF had obtained her parents' blessing. Her mother, Arpi MADIAN, says she "bonded beautifully with him," noting that they went ring shopping together at a family jeweller where she knew her daughter's ring preferences. "The minute we met David, we loved him. Frankly as a mom, I was so relieved he had active brain cells," she adds with a laugh. "He's extremely intelligent, but not arrogant, like some, or impatient with those who can't keep up. He's quite humble and sweet."
Finally, on January 10, 2004, Ms. MADIAN's birthday, a day he always purported too mundane for a proposal, he offered a ring.
At the Le Royal Meridien King Edward hotel, on June 11, the couple recited personal vows before Reverend Frank FOLZ. The newly minted Mrs. WOLF, 26, who had fantasized about being a bride since her "Barbie" days at the age of 5, stunned guests by looking like a doll herself in an Oleg Cassini gown layered in organza, with crystal bands at the waist mimicking a hair band, punctuated by her ponytail and long cathedral veil trailing behind.
There wasn't a dry eye when the newlyweds danced the bolero. Her mother recalls emotionally, "David had two left feet, and you could see he did it just for her."

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MADINGER m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-03-29 published
MADINGER, Charlotte and Helmut - Happy 50th Anniversary
April 2, 1958 Wunschliebe und - beste Wunsche von deiner Familie

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MAES m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-05-24 published
25 Years - May 25, Donna and Ken MAES
Happy Anniversary Mom and Dad.
We love you very much!
Thanks for everything.
Love Jamie and Sarah and Mike.
(Kia and Drake too!).

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MAES m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-10-07 published
MAES / CROSS
With pride Donna and Ken MAES wish to announce the upcoming wedding of their terrific son Jamie Camiel to Andrea Lee, daughter of Debbie and Fred CROSS of Kingsville. The wedding will take place March 31, 2007 in Kingsville.

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MAGDA m@ca.on.simcoe_county.nottawasaga.collingwood.the_connection 2006-09-15 published
MAGDA / BEAUPARLANT
The Families of Crystal Lee MAGDA and Charlie Joseph BEAUPARLANT are pleased to announce the upcoming wedding ceremony September 16th, 2006
Celebrating the Beginning of their Lives Together.
"Live, Love and Laugh Forever"
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MAGLIARO m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-03-15 published
MEDEIROS / MAGLIARO -- Engagement
Jeff MEDEIROS and Lisa MAGLIARO
Wishing you both a glorious life with one another. We love you dearly and congratulate you on your engagement. Looking forward to your wedding on August 15, 2009. Best Wishes, Joe and Maria MEDEIROS, Jessie, Nancy and Noah SANSAIT.

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MAGUIRE 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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MAGUIRE m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-09-16 published
MAGUIRE, Daniel and Jill - Happy 1st Anniversary
Married September 17/ 2005
Love your parents Rob and Pam VAN HEUKELOM and Leroy and Nancy MAGUIRE.

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MAGUIRE m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-06-07 published
MAGUIRE, Kelly and Darcy - 1st Anniversary
Celebrate their 1st Anniversary on June 9th, 2008 With love from Wakeling and Maguire families

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MAGUIRE 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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MAGUIRE 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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MAHON m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-09-20 published
MAHON / TOCZYDLOWSKI
Bonnie and James MAHON and Stella TOCZYDLOWSKI are delighted to announce the marriage of their children, Michael and Betty TOCZYDLOWSKI who are being married on September 20th at St. Maximilian Kolbe Church, Mississauga.
Congratulations and love from your family.

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MAHOOD m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-10-15 published
MAHOOD, Ken and June - 50th Anniversary
Family and Friends are invited to attend an Open House Saturday October 22, 2005 from 2: 00-4:00 p.m. honouring our parent's 50th Anniversary. at 78 Butternut Grove. Best wishes only please.

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MAILLOUX m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-01-18 published
50th Anniversary Toni and Pat MAILLOUX
January 24, 2003
Toni and Pat MAILLOUX will be celebrating their 50th Wedding Anniversary January 24, 2003.
It's been great!

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MAIN m@ca.on.simcoe_county.nottawasaga.stayner.stayner_sun 2007-06-27 published
DUNN / MAIN
On June 9, 2007 Syd DUNN and Cathy MAIN were married at Knox Presbyterian, Dunedin
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MAINPRIZE m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2007-08-15 published
BEUK / MAINPRIZE -- Forthcoming Marriage
Stacy BEUK and Nathan MAINPRIZE wish to announce their forthcoming marriage on August 18, 2007. Please accept this as your personal invitation to celebrate their marriage at 8: 00 p.m. at the home of the bride's parents 159123 Hwy. #10.
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MAINPRIZE m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2007-10-03 published
MAINPRIZE, Ron and Bonnie - 35th Wedding Anniversary
October 7, 1972-October 7, 2007
Congratulations Mom and Dad!
All Our Love,
Rebecca and Paul
Emily and Dave
Nathan and Stacy
Hope, Lillie and Paige
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MAINPRIZE m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-03-01 published
Happy 50th Wedding Anniversary June and Robert MAINPRIZE
Married February 28, 1953 in Toronto.
Congratulations from Jill, Gary, Colleen, Gary, Tracy, Bryan, Carol, Rob, Lydia and grandchildren Matt, Chris and Nick.

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MAISSAN m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-02-11 published
MAISSAN, Bertha and Jeff - Happy 60th Anniversary
February 13, 1946-2006
Friends are invited to an Open House being held in their honour on Sat. February 18, 2006, 1: 30-4:30 at Life Church, 547 Athlone Ave., Woodstock, Ontario. Best wishes only.

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MAISSAN m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-02-18 published
MAISSAN, Bertha and Jeff - Happy 60th Anniversary
February 13, 1946-2006
Friends are invited to an Open House being held in their honour on Sat. February 18, 2006, 1: 30-3:30 at Life Church, 547 Athlone Ave., Woodstock, Ontario. Best wishes only.

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MAJORS m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-05-10 published
PISKOROWSKI / MAJORS -- Marriage Announcement
Ken and Cookie CARRUTHERS, Bill and Roxy MAJORS, Jack and Bonnie PISKOROWSKI would like to announce the most Precious Moment of their life. Bill PISKOROWSKI asked DeeDee MAJORS to be his wife. Wedding Date is set for: May 24, 2008

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MAKIN 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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MAKS m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-04-12 published
Marriage Announcement - MAKS / PRESCESKY
Dr. Valerie MAKS, daughter of May and Walter MAKS of Lambeth and Steven PRESCESKY son of Florence and Peter PRESCESKY of Vancouver, were married in St. Francis in the Wood Church, West Vancouver, February 8, 2003. After honeymooning in Brazil, they are now residing in Vancouver.

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MAKSY m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-08-02 published
Victor and Donna MAKSY, Celebrating 50 Years Together
Thank you for all your love, support, and for always being there for us all.
We love you very much.
Love Brad, Wendy, Danny, Nathan and Luke, Leslie, Joe, Chloe and Noah.

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MALE m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-03-22 published
Engagement, MALE / HYATT
Bill and Sue MALE of Chatham and Bob HYATT and Betty HYATT of London are pleased to announce the engagement of their children Mike and Janet.
The happy couple plan to exchange vows in August of 2004.

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MALES m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-07-12 published
MALES, Fred and Pauline - Happy Anniversary
60 years ago, on July 17, 1948 this shy young plumber Fred MALES married this pretty Bell telephone operator Pauline WALLACE at Chalmer's Presbyterian Church. Congratulations and Best Wishes on this very special wedding anniversary from all your family and Friends.

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MALES m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-07-17 published
MALES, Fred and Pauline - Happy 60th Wedding Anniversary
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MALHOTRA m@ca.on.grey_county.owen_sound.the_sun_times 2007-08-07 published
New start at finish
Man proposes after road race
By Denis LANGLOIS, Tuesday, August 07, 2007
Keith MALHOTRA proposed to his girlfriend twice Monday.
It's not that Jenna URBSHOTT had to think about how to answer, but after running 13 kilometres from Oliphant to Wiarton, she was too out of breath and exhausted to get out the response right away.
So MALHOTRA got down on one knee and asked again. The answer? Yes.
"I was definitely shocked," URBSHOTT said in an interview. "I definitely did not anticipate that at a race."
The couple was about the cross the finish line in Monday's Wiarton Shore-to-Shore Road Race when MALHOTRA pulled out a ring from the back of his shorts and asked his girlfriend of four-and-a-half years to marry him.
When she didn't answer right away, that's when he got down on one knee.
URBSHOTT said her fiance is a "spontaneous guy," but she still didn't see it coming that day.
"The trick is trying to work it out… to make it a surprise," MALHOTRA said.
He bought the ring in Toronto in mid-June but had been thinking about the marriage proposal for about a year. He decided to do it at the end of the race both because it's in her hometown of Wiarton and running is a passion for them.
The pair met in residence at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, starting out as Friends and eventually dating.
She graduated with a bachelor's degree in French and recently finished teacher's college.
He graduated with a bachelor of science degree in kinesiology and physical education. Both are currently working at Bruce Power.
URBSHOTT said she's been running competitively for about five years and MALHOTRA started about a year later. It was their third time running in the shore-to-shore race together.
Usually MALHOTRA runs a little ahead of URBSHOTT, but with the proposal planned, they crossed the finish line at the same time.
Race assistant director Gordon HEINRICH said the wedding proposal was the talk of the race afterwards.

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MALHOTRA m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2005-12-31 published
Louise PROCKTOR and Rick MALHOTRA -- Match:
By Judith TENENBAUM, Saturday, December 31, 2005, Page M4
Rick MALHOTRA, an economic analysis manager at Exchange Solutions, decries the glib stereotypes often applied to number crunchers. But when he proposed to Louise PROCKTOR on September 24, 2004, he couldn't resist mixing a little math and a bit of logic into his romantic plans. Friday made an ideal day for proposing, he figured, because he and Ms. PROCKTOR could plan an engagement period of exactly a year and get married on September 24, 2005 -- a Saturday.
"Rick has a way of pre-planning. He's the more calculating one but has gotten romantic over the years," Ms. PROCKTOR says.
Both were employees of Kraft Foods Inc. during August, 2000, he in finance and she in marketing. After four consecutive days of business and social gatherings, they developed a distinctly non-corporate mutual interest. "I kind of thought he liked me because he had been coming around my desk quite a lot," Ms. PROCKTOR, now 31, recalls with a laugh. That Christmas, she invited him to her party; he reciprocated by asking her out. Despite their efforts, the spiralling office romance soon became public, as fellow employees spotted them entwined at the Art Gallery of Ontario and office spring fling.
In the spring of 2002, Ms. PROCKTOR entered the Schulich School of Business M.B.A. program. "It was intense," she says, "and I could call Rick at any hour and he'd talk me through anything.
The next summer, a job-hunting Ms. PROCKTOR often crashed like a third roommate at the conveniently located Yonge and St. Clair apartment Mr. MALHOTRA shared with a friend. "We spent a lot of time together," she recalls. "I love the way he is with family and Friends, always so sincere."
Mr. MALHOTRA, now 29, found her presence a delight, taking front row centre for her performances in amateur musical theatre, and teaching her tennis while she taught him golf. "She was someone I could be myself with, and most importantly she laughed at my jokes," he chuckles. "It's excellent being with someone who pulls you out of your normal comfort zone, and at the end of the day makes you a better person."
On their September 24, 2004, outing, he insisted that she close her eyes until at Coronation Park, at Lake Shore and Bathurst. He guided her to a blanket strewn with roses facing the site of their future condo home. He then presented her with a handmade book of poems, the first three transcribed with his comments, and a fourth he had composed titled Four, symbolizing the years they had dated and that pivotal quartet of those August days when they had first met. His poem ended, "I would be forever honoured and blessed if you would accept this," and on turning the page Ms. PROCKTOR found a ring nestled inside.
After he slid the ring on her finger, Mr. MALHOTRA deliberated a fitful 20 minutes before urging her to use his cellphone to confirm the tentative arrangements he had already made with her insurance company adding the diamond to her policy. Having noted his angst the previous evening, an intuitive Ms. PROCKTOR had manicured her nails and stowed a camera in her bag, which they handed to a passing policeman on horseback to capture the moment.
The traditional wedding included Chaplain Milton ORRIS reciting a Hindi greeting, a rice ceremony and the Saptapadi [seven blessings]. The couple ended their vows with the same quote, "I promise to walk through this life long journey together, side by side, hand in hand and heart to heart."

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MALIK m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2007-01-13 published
MALIK / JONES -- Engagement
Congratulations
Melanee MALIK and Gavin JONES Engaged October 25, 2006

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MALONE m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-03-22 published
SCHULTZ / MALONE
Dr. Christopher SCHULTZ and Dr. Katie MALONE were married at St. Patrick Parish, Lucan, on August 3, 2002. Christopher is the son of Dr. Thomas and Lois SCHULTZ of Kitchener, and Katie is the daughter of Paul and Mary Lou MALONE of Whalen Corners. Christopher and Katie reside in Toronto.
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MALONE m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-04-22 published
MALONE, Margaret and Walter - Happy 60th Anniversary
April 26th, 2006
Love always: Ed, Jean, Lorri, David, spouses, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, family and Friends. P.S. Happy Birthday Mum on the 28th.

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MALONEY m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2008-04-16 published
EVANS / MALONEY -- Buck and Doe
Buck and Doe for Justin EVANS and Krystal MALONEY
Saturday, April 19, 2008, 9 p.m.-1 a.m.
Dundalk Community Centre
Tickets: Advance: $7; Day of: $8/$15 per couple
Contact: Adam 519-923-3253 Dennis 519-923-2381
DJ - No Minors - Buffet
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MALONEY m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-06-23 published
Beep, beep, it's drive-through weddings
Patrick MALONEY, Free Press Reporter
A Londoner will alter life at the altar when she opens Canada's first drive-through wedding window this week. "Obviously this is going to be a novelty," Dale BREWSTER, the entrepreneur who brought London the $99 shotgun wedding at her Crystal Wedding Chapel on Wharncliffe Road, said of her latest chapter in the book of love.
She said she got the idea when she married in Las Vegas 10 years ago.
"The one in Las Vegas is very popular. (People) want to do something different, that's the biggest thing. Why get married conventionally?"
Such is BREWSTER's business philosophy, which is built on rental flowers and spur-of-the-moment lovebirds.
The Crystal chapel opened last fall and does about 20 weddings a month. But BREWSTER expects business to pick up, thanks to the drive-through and, well, other high-profile changes to the Canadian marriage system.
Being in the wedding business, BREWSTER is getting no shortage of calls from same-sex couples.
"I don't care if you're gay or straight, brides want to walk down the aisle," she said. And BREWSTER, the consummate businessperson, isn't letting any controversy get to her.
"This is a privately-run wedding chapel," she said. "I'm not doing this for the good of my health here. I've got to make a living (and) everybody's money is the same colour."
Now her focus is on turning a window facing her chapel's parking lot into a Vegas-style drive-through. Two couples are slated to use it in August -- the first passing through in a pickup truck -- and BREWSTER hopes the attraction will start off in an appropriately unusual way this Saturday.
Two London Transit employees getting hitched have rented -- you guessed it -- a city bus to load up their guests for the trip to the Crystal chapel for the ceremony.
After exchanging vows in the chapel, bride-to-be Karen MORDEN said she and her new husband, Alan BERNARD, will start celebrating with a trek through the drive-through.
"We're both really madly in love and it's just going to be fun," said MORDEN, a 53-year-old dispatcher. "We're just going to have a big party."
BREWSTER doesn't expect the wedding window to cause traffic jams, but she's fairly certain the $169 deal will strike the same chord that brings nearly two dozen couples a month into the chapel.
Whether to renew vows or get hitched, perhaps for a repeat wedding, BREWSTER expects the window to be a hit.
"It's hilarious. It's going to be a novelty," she said. "I get a lot of couples that want to do it quick and not spend a lot of money, and why not do it and have fun? I have stress-free weddings."

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MALONEY m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-11-09 published
SALVERDA / BEATTIE
Korrina SALVERDA and Bryan BEATTIE were united in marriage at Bluewater Acres near Huntsville on September 23, 2006. Korrina is the daughter of Ed and Lori SALVERDA and Val and John MALONEY. Bryan is the son of Stephen and Brenda BEATTIE.

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MALONEY m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-11-11 published
SALVERDA / BEATTIE
Korrina SALVERDA and Bryan BEATTIE were united in marriage at Bluewater Acres near Huntsville on September 23, 2006. Korrina is the daughter of Ed and Lori SALVERDA and Val and John MALONEY. Bryan is the son of Stephen and Brenda BEATTIE.

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MALTBY m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-07-26 published
FUNG / STENNETT -- Christina Po-Shan FUNG and Scott Paul STENNETT were united in marriage at Metropolitan United Church in Toronto on Saturday, June 14, 2003 at 2 p.m. The Reverend John Joseph MASTANDREA, minister of Metropolitan United Church officiated. The bride is the daughter of Ms. Lily CHAN of Toronto and Mr. Paul FUNG of Hong Kong. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ron STENNETT of Blenheim. Maid of honour was Elka LEUNG. Bridesmaids were Phyllis CHEUNG and Juliana LEUNG. Best man was Donald WATTS. Groomsmen were Devon MALTBY and Jason PARDO. Ryleigh VANNECK was the flower girl. Oliver CHAN, cousin of the bride, was the ring bearer. A dinner reception was held at Atlantis Pavilions in Toronto. The bride is a Senior Project Manager at TD Bank Financial Group in Toronto. The groom is a Vice President at Richardson Partners Financial Limited in Mississauga. Following their honeymoon trip to Italy, the couple now resides in Toronto.

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MALTMAN m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-10-11 published
MALTMAN, Grant - Happy 1st Anniversary
October 12, 2003
One year of marriage and the other shoe hasn't dropped yet. Gotcha! With Love, Sheri.

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MANDARELLI m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-04-26 published
Happy 50th Anniversary, Pasquale and Rosa MANDARELLI
April 26, 2003
Love from Robert and Patricia, Tony and Laura, Robbie, Jennifer, David, Jason, Melissa, and Michael.

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MANDEL m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-02-22 published
BASSETT / FENWICK -- Karen and Michael BASSETT and Ricki and Gordon FENWICK are thrilled to announce the engagement of their children Jennifer Ann to Michael Howard. Ecstatic grandparents are Gloria and Syd MANDEL, Leah BASSETT, Claire WAGMAN, and Reuben and Florence FENWICK. Excited siblings are Josh BASSETT and Michelle FENWICK. Also thrilled are great-uncle Ray KENDALL and Jen and Mike's many aunts, uncles and cousins. Greatly missed at this joyous time is Dr. Alan BASSETT.

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MANDEL m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-03-08 published
MANDEL / GRILL Gerald and Mildred MANDEL and Norman and Sarah GRILL are happy to announce the engagement of their children, Fauna and Allan. Mazel Tov to all! A fall wedding is planned.

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MANDZIUK m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-08-16 published
MANDZIUK, Stephanie Katherine / HEIMRICH, Mark Edward
Stephanie Katherine MANDZIUK and Mark Edward HEIMRICH and their parents Harry and Zenia MANDZIUK of Oshawa and Ron and Marilyn HEIMRICH of Zurich, are happy to announce their forthcoming marriage at St. George's Ukrainian Catholic church Oshawa, Sat., August 16. A closed reception will follow at St. George's Heritage Centre, Oshawa.
Stephanie and Mark will enjoy a Mediterranean honeymoon cruise & will reside in Exeter.

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MANGOFF m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2005-01-01 published
Wendy MANGOFF and Enzo DIMATTEO -- Match:
By Judith TENENBAUM, Saturday, January 1, 2005 - Page M5
Sometimes the vagaries of circumstance make life a raw deal, but you have to play the cards you're dealt. Wendy Eliza MANGOFF's health, finances and six-year career in office administration were devastated in 1997 by a driver running a red light at Coxwell and Dundas. "I spent 2½ years in physio and am still constantly in some sort of pain," she says.
In 1999, her life was still in tatters, and incredibly, her car was struck again: same intersection, same attending policeman, same result. "It aggravated my earlier injuries and it took another year of physio to recover. I think [fate] was telling me I had to leave my relationship and start life over," she says, explaining her decision to end an unsatisfying 10-year romance she was involved in.
Her self-vindication began with yoga. "It made me believe in myself again. I took a one-year course and became a certified instructor," she says. "It is a joy teaching because when people are hurt it helps them physically and emotionally."
In spite of the prognosis that her multiple injuries would prevent her from holding down a job, the once-adept skier and rock climber began an inexorable return to the working world by taking a part-time position as a receptionist at NOW magazine. By November, 2000, she was dating maverick NOW writer Enzo DIMATTEO, although it was soon apparent their ambiguous emotions were mired in problems, not passion.
"Her ex was still on the scene, even though she didn't want to be in touch with him. I didn't want to be in the middle," Mr. DIMATTEO says. "I felt there was something missing, unattainable, and distant about her. We weren't going anywhere."
The relationship petered out, "but on a good note," Ms. MANGOFF says. "I was still healing, and we were in two different states of mind."
In April, 2002, a nervous Mr. DIMATTEO responded by e-mail to her weekly invitation to a staff yoga session. "There are a lot of things I want to tell you but I don't want to say them in an e-mail," he wrote.
"I decided to seize the moment," he says. "It was one of the few times I allowed emotion to determine what I was going to do, as opposed to letting reason talk me out of it. It was liberating."
They had dinner soon after, and their conversation led Ms. MANGOFF to put aside reservations about their connection. "He was different, and I walked out of there happy and I don't think we ever stopped seeing each other after that," she says.
Their effervescence was stilled when, three months later, she was diagnosed with cervical cancer. She implored Mr. DIMATTEO to break it off and avoid the uncertainty that lay ahead. Instead, he proved a bulwark. "He stuck by me every single day, and I knew at that point in time if anyone can be with me now, he'll be with me forever," she says.
For the indefatigable Ms. MANGOFF and the once recalcitrant Mr. DIMATTEO, an August, 2002, motor trip to the Maritimes with a jog to Bethel, Maine, proved incandescent as they mused on their future and reflected on their past. He notes, "The trip was a big deal for Wendy. She felt after 10 days in close proximity, if we could come back and say we had a great time, there was something there."
In March, 2004, they returned to Bethel, where they had first declared their love. Poised on a rugged Appalachian mountain peak, he knelt and offered an engagement ring, replacing the promise ring she had worn.
The wedding ceremony took place at the elegant Edwardian Ontario Heritage Centre on September 4, with Sarah BUNNETT- GIBSON officiating.
"For Wendy, the wedding was a spiritual redemption, her dad walking her up the aisle, her sister maid of honour, and her confidence in the commitment," the bridegroom says.
Still working at NOW magazine, Mrs. DIMATTEO, 32, is a senior credit co-coordinator and Mr. DIMATTEO, 41, is a news editor. Never realizing his childhood dream of changing our world as a foreign correspondent, he did, however, have an impact on his bride's world.
"When I think of all the pain and suffering I have gone through, and still at times go through, the universe has given me Enzo to hold onto and I will not let go," she says. "We will be married forever, with a family."

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MANIAGO m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-02-26 published
MANIAGO, Renato and Regina - Happy 50th Wedding Anniversary
February 19, 2005
Love Always and Best Wishes
Mom and Dad.
From all your family.

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MANION m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2007-05-30 published
DARLINGTON, Nereda - Community Wedding Shower
Community Wedding Shower For Nereda DARLINGTON, Bride to be of Leo MANION
June 3rd 2007 at 1 p.m., Stothart Hall, Priceville
For more info contact Natalie NEILSON @ 519-928-2235
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MANLEY m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-01-08 published
McDONALD / MANLEY
Gerry and Elise McDONALD are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter Renee to Darryl MANLEY, son of Elizabeth and the late James MANLEY of Leamington.
The wedding will take place in April of 2005.

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MANLY m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-11-15 published
MANLY / BLACK -- Myra and Jeffrey MANLY, and Faye and Ian BLACK are absolutely thrilled to announce the engagement of their children Sara and David. Proud grandparents are Irma and Abe ZISKIN, and Anne BLACK. Excited siblings are Daniel, David, Riva, Shane, and niece Samara. Dearly missed at this time are grandparents Fanny and Norman MANLY, Pearl and Louis SCHWARTZ, and Joseph BLACK.

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MANN m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2007-11-28 published
Celebrates 50th Anniversary
Doug and Donna MANN of Holstein area recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary. (Photo submitted)
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MANN m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-04-26 published
John LANSINK / Karin Marie MANN
Karin and John will graduate from the University of Guelph June 11 and 13. Karin will receive her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and John his Bachelor of Commerce in Agricultural Business. The couple will exchange wedding vows August 30, 2003. Proud parents are Herman and Agnes LANSINK of Denfield, Ontario, Leonard & Janice MANN of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

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MANN m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-03-18 published
MANN, Jack and Janet - 50th Anniversary
March 24, 1956-2006
Friends are invited to an Open House on Saturday, March 25, 2-4 p.m. at Elmwood Avenue Presbyterian Church. Best Wishes Only. Your presence is our gift.

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