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Hello again folks!
This is so ironic if it's true. In my mind, I was blaming my crazy autumn allergies for this golden plant. If it turns out to be golden rod, it's actually a pretty effective cure. Ah!

Confirmation oin the ID: the yellow one: golden rod.
White flowers: chamomille?
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Charles Laferriere
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Additionnal pics.
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looks like it might be Flat-Topped White Aster - Aster umbellatus http://www.wildflowersofontario.ca/flattoppedwhiteaster.html
 
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