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Curved On a Grade

It was always about the dogs. Toronto veterinarian Mark Dilworth and lawyer David Bronskill hadn’t even considered building a cottage until they saw how excited their rescue dogs, Stanley, AJ, and Piglet, were when they visited Mark’s sister’s place on Haliburton Lake in secluded Central Ontario.

Soon they found themselves scouring real estate listings in the area, but the standard 100-foot-wide lots were too close to their neighbors. As Mark puts it, “The dogs

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