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Year:  1976  Geographic Location:  Richmond Hill   Sort by:  Relevance
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The Liberal, 7 Jan 1976 
Newspapers    ... C5 Real estate 85-6 Index of this week's inside news and advertising features is: (continued on page A2) ?. 1976 ' 30 pages Inside The Liberal Heat's on in race for playoff (Photo by Hogs) Service direc. Church directory In the Hill social Scheduled events Yesterdays...
The Liberal, 14 Jan 1976 
Newspapers    ... against a 21/2- year land freeze in that community. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1976 66 pages E111: mineral "/n Essentials Unity, in Non Essentials Liberty, in all things Charity” she had netted more than $500, which she turned over to the Lions Club this week for its com- munity projects. Shown...
The Liberal, 21 Jan 1976 
Newspapers    ... it of dubious value. U " Losing proposition 7 here was no guarantee that the WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1976 50 pages . â€"<3|.j{,3 8- HMT MO ‘l'IIH GNOR i 2-41 ‘3 lHOlh Dl‘lfind "I'llH QHCF. “In Essentials Unity, in Non Essentials _._ -. ‘,, u" um :33 urarlryâ...
The Liberal, 28 Jan 1976 
Newspapers    ... will attract some 2,000,000 customers during its first year of operation. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1976 52 pages O \l t IV? 3371 afi‘éfi ”/n Essentials Unity, in N01 > Buttonville news C5 Gormley news C4 Victoria Square C4 Vital stats. 810 Kmart Kml-8 Saveway Lmbr. Sll-8 GEM Stores Gsl-8 left...
The Liberal, 4 Feb 1976 
Newspapers    ...To wn tax hike held to 4.4 % RICHMOND HILL â€" Town Council gave its approval Monday to a 1976 budget which will hold the town portion of the tax bill to a 4.4 per cent increase. RICHMOND HILL â€" The mayor and council agreed to waive a portion of their planned salary increases...
The Liberal, 11 Feb 1976 
Newspapers    ... of Oak Ridges, was one of 30 youngsters taking part in the event to raise funds for the hockey association. Sponsors pledged a certain amount of money for each lap the skaters completed. A-2 â€" THE LIBERAL, Wednesday, Feb. 11, 1976 This land means many things to many people. Our common bond...
The Liberal, 18 Feb 1976 
Newspapers    ... for consideration. Luke the ookpik appears all eyes as he looks upon the winning contestants in 1976 Rich- mond Hill Winter Carnival. They are, front left to right, Lauri DiBatista, first runner-up First place winner in the 10,000 to 16,000 category was The Brampton Guardian. Second was won by The Orillia...
The Liberal, 25 Feb 1976 
Newspapers    ... dealt to the members, than Markham's Donald Sim spoke out against it. This became evident in a hurry with the tabling of the 1976 budget, which showed by its proposed expenditure of $69,194.594, up almost $10 million from last year, that little attention had been paid to the board‘s earlier...
The Liberal, 3 Mar 1976 
Newspapers    ... Ivv 3VW ABVU 9118“ EI“ d 1'“ H czzCi-‘J WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, 1976 Watch my thumb Placing second in the Scout troop category was the First Richmond Hill Scout troop and third was the Fifth Richmond Hill Scout troop. The new buses cost $27,000 each, but 75 per cent of this amount...
The Liberal, 10 Mar 1976 
Newspapers    ..., chairman of the Board of Arbitration. ordered an additional increase ef- fective Jan. 1, 1976 of eight per cent. Exceeds guidelines The Rettie report concluded the awards, along with benefits and allowances awarded, would exceed AIB guidelines by 24.36 per cent. floodplain area considered suitable...
The Liberal, 17 Mar 1976 
Newspapers    ... initiatives. 7 â€" Detailing the policy options for the short term (1976-81) and the long term (post-1981) .‘ The study will bé’ficpecteg to give @1112 ZL‘inral ] "/n Essen'tia/s Unity, in Nonfssentia/s Liberty, in all things Charity” These dancers would 1 make 81‘. Pat...
The Liberal, 24 Mar 1976 
Newspapers    ... cent increase over 1975 estimates. NEWMARKET â€" A little more cost for a little less service is the effect of the 1976 budget given preliminary approval by York regional council last week. Caledon‘s bylaw designated the land Airport protest not dead yet Established 1878 Richmond Hill...
The Liberal, 31 Mar 1976 
Newspapers    ... body and mind. March 27, the year of our Lord 1976, at 6:21 a.m.. set the following: They played 24 hours and 21 minutes of non-stop road hockey on a local tennis court at the back of the Rich- mond Hill Arena. 4 70 goals wasn 'z‘ enough “ to Win this hockey game The sap was flowing...
The Liberal, 7 Apr 1976 
Newspapers    ...-Essentials Liberty, in all things Charity” Letters Editorials Vital stats Kresge‘s Cdn. Tire WEQQJESDAY, APRIL 7, 1976 52 pages Price 20 cents campaign. are Richmond Hill Snow Queen Karin Steiner (right) and Snow Princess Linda Maclntyre. Town council has officially proclaimed this week Cancer Week...
The Liberal, 14 Apr 1976 
Newspapers    ...-Essentials Liberty, in all things Charity” Nutrition C2 Editorials-letters A4 Vital stats. Bll Hillcrest Mall Hml-8 Kmart Kml-8 GEM Stores Gsl-16 WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 1976 64 pages Price 20 cents Consb/idaz‘ion 0f Hydro ~isn ’t a ’high priority’ Noting that 55 per cent of York region...
The Liberal, 21 Apr 1976 
Newspapers    ... Unity, in Nonfssentia/s Liberty, in all things Charity" They came for Easter WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 1976 32 pages Price 20 cents Scheduled events Yesterdays Editorials-letters Viewpoint Vital stats. tained the eggs from caretaker Al Smith, put them in an incubator in mid-March and saw them...
The Liberal, 28 Apr 1976 
Newspapers    ... municipalities and I can un- derstand that feeling," Dan'son, the York North MP. said in an address to Editorial. P. A-4 Bayview Frways C6 Vital statistics Bl] Kmart Kml-10 Cdn. Tire Ct1-12 GEM Stores Gm1-12 Endean Nurseries Enl-8 WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1976 Another of the director...
The Liberal, 5 May 1976 
Newspapers    ... Charity" El! WILDBESDHL MAY 5, 1976 42 pageâ€"s Actor Al Waxman (left) and filmmaker Budge Crawley, both top award winners in their fields. were in Richmond Hill Sunday to offer en- couragement to riders in the Variety Club bike-a-thon North of Metro course. Crawley was an Oscar winner...
The Liberal, 12 May 1976 
Newspapers    ...'s 10,387. Bob Lewis of the New Democrats polled a respectable 9.263 to keep the Tory total well below a he believes Buttonville airport bylaw delayed again Editorial, Page Am 1976 92 pig; (Photo by Hogs) I Regional yuk I The resolutiOn was supported by all councillors except Walter Grieve...
The Liberal, 19 May 1976 
Newspapers    ... of the 1976 Richmond Hill Spring Fair Friday was 18-year-old Janet Hofmann (left) of 12 Meadow Height Court, Thornhill. She was photographed just after receiving the happy news Estimated cost is $3,100,000. which would,come from both the individual Ely: Iihtral ‘ “In Essentials Unity, in Non...
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