About

Jeremy James Kenneth Turcotte was born September 18th, 1989, in Hintonburg, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, and after living on a farm outside Campbell’s Bay, Quebec, he grew up in Arnprior, Ontario. He spent time studying at Trent University in Peterborough and Carleton University in Ottawa before getting a diploma in print journalism from Algonquin College, a trades school in Ottawa.

Jeremy’s work has been published in the Ottawa Citizen and the Arnprior Chronicle-Guide. He now lives in Fort Smith, NWT, where he works for the Northern Journal.

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One comment

  1. Yohannan Èvangèliste

    You’ve listed several peerages as extinct when they are dormant; there is a major difference.
    Extinct allows them to be resurrected for new holders.
    Dormant, requires they be held for a claimant to come forth such as the Earldom of Oxford and a great number of others. Just curious why you, who obviously know this didn’t differentiate them?
    Thank you and best regards,
    Walensi

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