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2015/07/07 23:35
2015/07/07 23:35
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A new partnership between Orillia OPP and the local branch of the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) means fewer people are going to the hospital when police respond to mental-health calls. In...
2015/07/07 23:35
2015/07/07 23:35
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2015/07/07 15:10
2015/07/07 15:10
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The new detachment commander at South Bruce OPP Kincardine has a focus on community safety going into her tenure. Inspector Dana Earley replaces inspector Scott Smith, who had spent a few years in...
2015/07/06 01:48
2015/07/06 01:48
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It never fails. Every time Tina Ranta speaks with representatives from social and other agencies who work in addictions and mental health, they can offer the name of someone who would benefit from a...
2015/07/03 04:48
2015/07/03 04:48
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Marian Quigley isn't going to let having to find a new location for a managed alcohol program deter her or curb her enthusiasm for the shelter. It could take up to three years to conduct an...
2015/07/02 22:13
2015/07/02 22:13
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To hear Lindsay Galipeau talk about it, riding shotgun with a police officer three nights a week is just another day at the office. True she has to wear a bullet-proof vest. And she had to take use...
2015/07/02 15:01
2015/07/02 15:01
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By Francis Baker SPECIAL TO THE MINTO EXPRESS NORTH WELLINGTON – Palmerston and Mount Forest hospital foundations have kept the hospitals “front and centre” in their communities, North Wellington...
2015/06/30 22:13
2015/06/30 22:13
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After 12 years, the annual Gord Marshall Memorial Ladies’ Fastball Tournament can still draw the top teams. And from July 2 to 5, locals will have their chance to see eight teams in the Tier 1...
2015/06/29 17:14
2015/06/29 17:14
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What it is not, is a get out of jail free card. But Woodstock’s community treatment court (CTC) is a more holistic way of dealing with offenders accused of serious crimes who are also dealing with...
2015/06/26 08:34
2015/06/26 08:34
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It was a cool, sunny morning on Father’s Day as riders came out to Coldstream for the Shoppers Drug Mart Ride Don’t Hide event. Organizers were dreaming of raising $20,000 but instead, they shattered...
2015/06/25 15:21
2015/06/25 15:21
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Participants of the Ride Don’t Hide event rest after completing the 10-kilometre ride on Sunday, June 21. More than $11,000 was raised in the Shuswap and Revelstoke area, and all the funds raised stay...
2015/06/24 21:17
2015/06/24 21:17
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The Sarnia Saints' annual charity-themed rugby tripleheader is this Saturday. It will be the fifth time the local rugby organization has hosted the event – termed Playing It Forward – and this year...
2015/06/24 14:28
2015/06/24 14:28
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For more than 20 years, Marion Rourke has been enjoying her own little corner of Japan in her backyard in Owen Sound. Rourke, who has lived at her Parkview Estates home with her husband Ken for 37...
2015/06/23 13:16
2015/06/23 13:16
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Kristin Nickel and Florence Halcrow are making a difference with the Brandon Energy Efficiency Program (BEEP), which is administered through the Brandon Neighbourhood Renewal Corporation. In a matter...
2015/06/22 05:48
2015/06/22 05:48
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The Sudbury-Manitoulin branch of the Canadian Mental Health Association, held its first ever Ride Don't Hide fundraising and awareness event yesterday to encourage the community to help end the stigma...
2015/06/21 21:28
2015/06/21 21:28
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Former NHL goaltender and Owen Sound native Curtis Sanford encouraged people Sunday at a ride for mental health to “keep an open heart” for others who may be suffering. The former Owen Sound Plater...
2015/06/21 20:17
2015/06/21 20:17
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A health association and methadone clinic are teaming up to not only give northern Lambton County residents better access to methadone, but also to develop support programs for people trying to curb...
2015/06/20 03:52
2015/06/20 03:52
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GUELPH — Guelph General Hospital will never be the same, the hospital's president and CEO said this week. But "a new normal" is emerging in the aftermath of the May 20 police shooting death of Brandon...
2015/06/19 08:35
2015/06/19 08:35
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Ride Don’t Hide committee member Todd Strilchuk is following through on a fundraising promise he made to everyone who sponsored him this year. He agreed to shave his beard if his team, The Cycling...
2015/06/19 05:48
2015/06/19 05:48
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Dream big and build on those dreams. Mayor Brian Bigger delivered his first of four State of the City addresses Thursday at the Holiday Inn, to a near sold-out crowd of hundreds. The Greater Sudbury...
2015/06/17 19:25
2015/06/17 19:25
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The “Walk for Alzheimer’s” held here Saturday has been deemed one of the best yet after it raised $7,497. “It’s amazing,” enthused Rossana Tomashowski, executive director of the Alzheimer Society...
2015/07/07 23:35
2015/07/07 23:35
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