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NEW FACES: Primed with bottomless Taittinger champagne, the 300 or so $2,000-a-ticket folk in a tented University District tennis court began their Hawksworth-catered dinner with the Happy Birthday song. CTV News co-anchor Mike Killeen led them through it to acknowledge convener Jacqui Cohen’s day-earlier 64th. Reportedly raising $925,000, the event formally merged the Face The […]
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