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• Kaetlyn Osmond, from Marystown, claimed her first Canadian title this weekend at the Canadian figure skating championships in Mississauga, Ont. The 17-year-old easily won the women’s singles with 201.34 points.
“It felt so great. All I can remember is halfway through my program I was like, ‘OK, I’ve done so good so far let’s just keep going with it,’” Osmond said. “And after my program I just took the deepest sigh of relief.”
• “It’s not like we don’t know what to expect, sitting at Mile One waiting for Blue Rodeo to take the stage for the band’s only date in Newfoundland on its 25th anniversary tour,” Telegram Features editor Ken Simmons writes. “The band has played the province in so many different venues, so many different times, that only the most ardent fan could keep count. I/m willing to wager none of the band members has any idea what the number is, either.”
• Let no cushion go unturned. May no pants pocket stay right-side in. And may every vessel that jingles with change be broken open in the name of a good cause. The federal government may have lost love for the penny, but its monetary value still stands, and The Telegram’s Warm Hearts campaign continued its penny collection quest at the MUN Sea-Hawks women’s basketball game Saturday night.
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