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  • The Globe and Mails Canadian University Report 2019 categorised McGill as "above average" for its financial aid, student experience and research, and as "average" for its library resources.McGill University-Wikipedia
  • On Monday, January 24, The Globe and Mail reported that the plan included hiring a new general manager before the June entry draft and that Murray would be retained as an advisor to the team.Ottawa Senators-Wikipedia
  • A 2006 article in The Globe and Mail, entitled "Go West, Young Artist", focused on the Hamilton's growing art scene.Hamilton, Ontario-Wikipedia
  • The Toronto Star and the Toronto Sun are the prominent daily city newspapers, while national dailies The Globe and Mail and the National Post are also headquartered in the city.Toronto-Wikipedia
  • As Glee initial success pulled in a large audience, John Doyle of The Globe and Mail wrote that the early shows "felt fresh, mainly because the motley crew of kids had a kind of square naïveté."Glee (TV series)-Wikipedia
  • Robert Everett-Green wrote in a Globe and Mail editorial, "Being offensive is Eminem's job description".Eminem-Wikipedia

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