High Traffic

April 2010
Capital Xtra (Ottawa);4/15/2010, Issue 218, p6
A list of five stories from the March 2010 issue of the periodical "Xtra!" that generated the most traffic on the Web site xtra.ca is presented, including the removal of gays from citizenship guide, charge of buggery against a man, and a report on neighbourhood associations in Ottawa, Ontario.


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