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Toronto Star - Toronto, Ont.
Author: Compiled by Walter Stefaniuk Toronto Star
Date: Jun 16, 1991
Start Page: A.3
Section: NEWS
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The strongest case for free trade was in supporters' dire warnings about what would happen without it. We'd face growing protectionist harassment of our exports through U.S. countervailing and dumping duties on everything from B.C. lumber to east coast fish; widespread plant closings; higher taxes to support universal social services and cultural programs and a lower standard of living.

A The old dance hall still overlooks Bala Bay on Lake Muskoka, but it's called Kee to Bala now. Gerald Dunn bought the property in 1930 - it was just a tiny ice cream parlor then, he recalled the other day - and built the place into a swing era stop for bands like Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey, Les Brown, Duke Ellington, and Guy Lombardo. He sold the pavilion in 1952.

Was Premier Bob Rae right to retain two cabinet ministers, Anne Swarbrick and Shelley Martel, who improperly asked the College of Physicians and Surgeons to suspend a doctor convicted of sexual assault?

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