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4th Reading

As we say farewell to the year 2000, we thought we'd test your knowledge of the men and women who played a major role in the history of our province. It's the first annual fourth reading queen's park trivial challenge. Who was the first premier of Ontario? Why were the doors to Queen's Park locked in 1986? what former MPP's played in the National Hockey League? Who was the longest serving premier in Ontario history. Join Graham Murray from G.P. Murray research and our regular gang (Mac Penney, Richard Mahoney, and Ruth Grier) for this amusing year-end show.
Dec 17, 2000
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