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Mayor Janice Laking in front of the Fido Blimp with a local resident.2016-09-06T19:11:52-04:00
Former Mayor Janice Laking fires off a gun at the start of a local event.2016-09-06T19:11:52-04:00
Mayor Janice Laking poses for the front page of the Examiner after having been reelected for her fourth term as Mayor.2016-09-06T18:47:32-04:00
Mayor Janice Laking at her office in City Hall signing a document for National White Ribbon Week against pornography.2016-09-06T18:47:32-04:00
Shriners meet and make a presentation to Mayor Janice Laking in her office at City Hall.2016-09-06T18:47:31-04:00
Honoorary Colonel, Mayor Janice Laking greets a serviceman at an event.2016-09-06T18:47:31-04:00
Mayor Janice Laking takes a rest on an oversized office chair at a local business.2016-09-06T18:47:30-04:00
Alderman Janice Laking’s publicity shot for her campaign for Mayor.2016-09-06T18:47:29-04:00
Mayor Janice Laking reads a seniors newspaper at her desk in her office at City Hall.2016-09-06T18:47:29-04:00
Mayor Janice Laking dresses in century old clothing and rides in a horse and carriage during celebrations to celebrate the 200th anniversary of Yonge Street.2016-09-05T16:39:36-04:00
Barrie Central Collegiate Students, Hillary Speck (right) and Johanna Howes (left) make a presentation to Mayor Janice Laking in our office at City Hall thanking her for her support at the Student Conference on Human Rights.2016-09-05T16:28:42-04:00
Postcard showing the Armouries beside Queen’s Park.2016-09-05T16:18:52-04:00
Postcard looking above Collier and Worsley Streets.2016-09-05T16:18:48-04:00
Postcard looking East down Worsley Street towards Owen Street with homes from the H-Block on the left.2016-09-05T16:18:47-04:00
Postcard showing the train station and cenotaph at post office square.2016-09-05T16:18:47-04:00
Postcard looking West at the Market Building on Mulcaster Street.2016-09-05T16:18:43-04:00
Postcard looking South at the Allandale Train Station.2016-09-05T16:18:44-04:00
Postcard of the Methodist Church on the corner of Elizabeth Street (Dunlop Street West) and Toronto Street.2016-09-05T16:18:42-04:00
Postcard showing St. Mary’s church on Mulcaster Street.2016-09-05T16:18:42-04:00
Postcard showing the exterior of the original Courthouse on Worsley Street.2016-09-05T23:42:50-04:00
Postcard promoting Lovers’ Creek.2016-09-05T16:18:41-04:00
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