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- Support for commercializing Canadian Seaway seen in Stewart's two-year reappointment. Binkley, Alex // Traffic World;1/30/95, Vol. 241 Issue 5, p20
Reports on the reappointment of Glen Stewart as president and chief executive officer of the St. Lawrence Seaway Authority. Appointment as a sign of support for continued commercialization of the Canadian waterway; Transport Minister Doug Young's appreciation of Stewart's administration of Seaway.
- STEWING ON GLENN'S DEAL. // Rugby League Week;10/10/2013, Issue 41, p7
The article focuses on the fear of Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles, an Australian professional rugby league club based on the Northern Beaches of Sydney, as they lose star backrower Glenn Stewart for 2015 as he will not be the highest-paid player.
- CORRECT WEIGHT. ROSSO, STEVEN // Rugby League Week;4/17/2014, p20
The article reports on the success of rugby football player Glenn Stewart to achieve his correct weight.
- GLENN STEWART IS "BREAKING BOUNDARIES". GRADY, JAMES A. // Out & About;Dec2014, Vol. 13 Issue 12, p32
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- CHOPPY BRISTLES AT BENNY'S BARB. ADAMS, TONY // Rugby League Week;5/29/2013, Issue 22, p7
The article informs that Chris Close, a football player of the Queensland Great football team, has commented on the non-selection of Glenn Stewart, a football player of Blues football team, by the Blues and he has stated that Stewart has enough time to make himself fit for football matches.
- 4 SEA EAGLES. PRICHARD, GREG // Rugby League Week;
The article discusses the recent performance of the rugby league team Manly Sea Eagles which has players including Brett and Glenn Stewart, Steve Matai, Jamie Lyon, and Brent Kite.
- STEWART READY TO EXPLODE. ADAMS, TONY // Rugby League Week;9/28/2011, p5
The article reports that suspended back-rower Glenn Stewart of the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles will be seen in the grand finals against New Zealand Warriors.
- Mental as anything. ADAMS, TONY // Rugby League Week;3/6/2014, p31
The article presents a prediction on the performance of various rugby players of the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles at the 2014 season including Jason King, Anthony Watmough and Glenn Stewart.
- WE WILL SURVIVE! GOULD, JOEL // Rugby League Week;5/1/2014, p14
The article reports on the impact of the departure of Australian professional rugby league footballer Glenn Stewart from the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles team of the National Rugby League on the performance of the team.