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tennis oval from the article Anyone for tennis? A lot of Ontarians are — but good luck finding an indoor court
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archive photo of vaccination protest from the article ‘Stop the slaughter of the innocents’: Meet the anti-vaxxers of 1919 
When smallpox hit Toronto a century ago, the city’s medical officer of health ordered a general vaccination — triggering protests, court cases, and dire warnings of mutilations, syphilis, and death. 

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