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Opinion In photos: The Globe's editorial cartoonist Brian Gable named to the Order of Canada

The Order of Canada was created in 1967, during Canada’s centennial year, to recognize outstanding achievement, dedication to the community and service to the nation. The Globe's editorial cartoonist Brian Gable was named to the order this year. Here's a sampling of his award-winning work

The Globe's Brian Gable illustrating at The Globe and Mail's old office on 444 Front Street.

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The digital age

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Royal austerity

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The new Parliament

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The hockey Coliseum

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Jack and the rookies

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Lost

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To leave or not to leave

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Best we forget

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I want this one

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