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Teaching Tennis & Painter Profiles

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On this day

Our home and native land

On this day in 1880, Canadians first heard what would become their national anthem, O Canada, at a Saint-Jean-Baptiste Day celebration. Written by Sir Adolphe-Basile Routhier in French, it wouldn't be translated to English till 1906.

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Blast from the past

Serve's up

While they might be taking lessons across the world in Perth, these tennis students will certainly be ready for Wimbledon and its grass courts.

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From our Facebook

Get up for the brushstroke

Even masked by shadows, we can see the laser focus of the painter. Perfection is no easy task.

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Things we Slacked

Nostalgia in marketing

How have brands reacted to the tough times with coronavirus? Forbes looked at how companies use nostalgia when we need comforting.

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