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MLive.com
Woman charged $10,000 to put undocumented families on fraudulent path to citizenship, feds sayA 37-year-old Windsor, Ontario woman is accused in federal court of helping und
Woman charged $10,000 to put undocumented families on fraudulent path to citizenship, feds say
MLive.com / Posted 7 hours ago
A 37-year-old Windsor, Ontario woman is accused in federal court of helping undocumented workers obtain fake visas, fraudulently putting them on a path to U.S. citizenship. Iram Jafri was arrested Sept. 14. She is the vice president of A.J. &... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Canada's racial divide: Confronting racism in our own backyardwould be kinder and more welcoming than Americans. But in Nova Scotia, where a
Canada's racial divide: Confronting racism in our own backyard
The Globe and Mail / Posted 10 hours ago
would be kinder and more welcoming than Americans. But in Nova Scotia, where a large, historic black community has long faced racial discrimination, racist acts are both subtle and blatant. She also found that Canadian kids didn’t learn as... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Bosh locked in dispute with Miami Heat over health issuesfound to have a recurrence of blood clots. He met with team doctors, who told h
Bosh locked in dispute with Miami Heat over health issues
The Globe and Mail / Posted 18 hours ago
found to have a recurrence of blood clots. He met with team doctors, who told him that his season was over and that his career was probably finished, too, he said. “I felt right away that I was written off,” Bosh said in one of his interviews... Read more
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Orillia Packet & Times
Robbing Peter to pay PeterRe: "City to get extra cash from province," Sept. 21 I was glad to see that th
Robbing Peter to pay Peter
Orillia Packet & Times / Posted 21 hours ago
Re: "City to get extra cash from province," Sept. 21 I was glad to see that the Ministry of Finance for Ontario stepped up to the plate to reimburse Orillia for lost revenues due to a regulatory loophole in long term care. Over $400,000 in funds... Read more
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Belleville Intelligencer
Hoping for fairer fundingThere is both concern and hope in Ontario’s hospitals in the wake of Health Min
Hoping for fairer funding
Belleville Intelligencer / Posted 21 hours ago
There is both concern and hope in Ontario’s hospitals in the wake of Health Minister Eric Hoskins’ game-changing announcement in Trenton. Health Minister Dr. Eric Hoskins announced in August the creation of a hub of health-related services under one... Read more
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SouthwesternOntario.ca
Hance Clarke and Joel Katz: No quick fix to society’s opioid crisisonly increase if we restrict opioid prescribing for chronic pain. We have an op
Hance Clarke and Joel Katz: No quick fix to society’s opioid crisis
SouthwesternOntario.ca / Posted 22 hours ago
only increase if we restrict opioid prescribing for chronic pain. We have an opioid abuse problem in Canada, but we must be careful about how we address it. Politicians are under significant pressure to make quick decisions about this issue and see... Read more
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Lake Superior News
Nature Conservancy Powder Islands ~ Lake Superior NewsFirst Nations have identified the Powder Islands as an important cultural site
Nature Conservancy Powder Islands ~ Lake Superior News
Lake Superior News / Posted yesterday
First Nations have identified the Powder Islands as an important cultural site and the group will be a partner in NCC’s long-term management of the property. Characteristic forest types include dense coniferous forests of white spruce, jack... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Canadian tight end Luke Willson in solidarity with American teammatesas arrogant or ignorant to the situation that’s going on over here, but it’s ha
Canadian tight end Luke Willson in solidarity with American teammates
Calgary Sun / Posted yesterday
as arrogant or ignorant to the situation that’s going on over here, but it’s hard for me -- having grown up in Windsor, and Ontario. “Does Canada have its problems with social justice? Definitely. But in my opinion not close to the degree that... Read more
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CBC.ca
'Lives at stake': campus counsellors say province must address mental health 'crisis'Ontario colleges and universities are facing a mental health crisis as campus c
'Lives at stake': campus counsellors say province must address mental health 'crisis'
CBC.ca / Posted yesterday
Ontario colleges and universities are facing a mental health crisis as campus counsellors are overwhelmed by the growing need for services, according to a new study from the provincial association that represents heath service providers on... Read more
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CBC.ca
Foot doctor used experimental implants unapproved for surgery on unsuspecting patientsOttawa podiatrist David Greenberg, who has removed several of the implants, mea
Foot doctor used experimental implants unapproved for surgery on unsuspecting patients
CBC.ca / Posted yesterday
Ottawa podiatrist David Greenberg, who has removed several of the implants, meant to correct flat feet. "I'm horrified along with them. Every day I have people in my office crying about this." The implants are modified copies of the HyProCure,... Read more
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SouthwesternOntario.ca
Robin V. Sears: When any government spends badly, progressives loseProgressive politicians, including former U.K. Prime Minister Gordon Brown and
Robin V. Sears: When any government spends badly, progressives lose
SouthwesternOntario.ca / Posted yesterday
Progressive politicians, including former U.K. Prime Minister Gordon Brown and his Finance Minister Ed Balls, along with many others in Canada and the U.S., admit ruefully that voters’ lack confidence in their ability to spend prudently and... Read more
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Hamilton News
Don’t let essential reform on assistance disappeara private member's bill with the goal of establishing social assistance rates t
Don’t let essential reform on assistance disappear
Hamilton News / Posted 2 days ago
a private member's bill with the goal of establishing social assistance rates that fit with the cost of living in different Ontario communities. People who depend on Ontario Works or the Ontario Disability Support Program have been losing their... Read more
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The Buffalo News
LPCiminelli has a wide range of clientsDarwin Martin House. 11. Maid of the Mist Corp. needed a winter docking locati
LPCiminelli has a wide range of clients
The Buffalo News / Posted 2 days ago
Darwin Martin House. 11. Maid of the Mist Corp. needed a winter docking location after losing its contract with Ontario and access to its Canadian base. LPCiminelli had six months to finish work. 12. Ciminelli Real Estate Corp. used... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
BENNER: When life gives you lemons ...residents, concerned about an assisted living home in their neighbourhood. It's
BENNER: When life gives you lemons ...
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 3 days ago
residents, concerned about an assisted living home in their neighbourhood. It's a facility that provides accommodations and care for people who are unable to live on their own due to physical, mental or psychological issues. While helping people... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
BENNER: When life gives you lemons ...residents, concerned about an assisted living home in their neighbourhood. It's
BENNER: When life gives you lemons ...
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 3 days ago
residents, concerned about an assisted living home in their neighbourhood. It's a facility that provides accommodations and care for people who are unable to live on their own due to physical, mental or psychological issues. While helping people... Read more
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Welland Tribune
BENNER: When life gives you lemons ...residents, concerned about an assisted living home in their neighbourhood. It's
BENNER: When life gives you lemons ...
Welland Tribune / Posted 3 days ago
residents, concerned about an assisted living home in their neighbourhood. It's a facility that provides accommodations and care for people who are unable to live on their own due to physical, mental or psychological issues. While helping people... Read more
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SouthwesternOntario.ca
Tackling ‘monster of poverty’ in Niagara regionGrowing Up Poor: Child Poverty in Ontario is a Metroland Media Special Investig
Tackling ‘monster of poverty’ in Niagara region
SouthwesternOntario.ca / Posted 3 days ago
Growing Up Poor: Child Poverty in Ontario is a Metroland Media Special Investigative Series, a four-part project, that explores the critical mass of children living in poverty across Ontario and the critical need for change. If you’re hungry, it can... Read more
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Dundas Star News
Tackling ‘monster of poverty’ in Niagara regionGrowing Up Poor: Child Poverty in Ontario is a Metroland Media Special Investig
Tackling ‘monster of poverty’ in Niagara region
Dundas Star News / Posted 3 days ago
Growing Up Poor: Child Poverty in Ontario is a Metroland Media Special Investigative Series, a four-part project, that explores the critical mass of children living in poverty across Ontario and the critical need for change. If you’re hungry, it can... Read more
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The Record
Tackling ‘monster of poverty’ in Niagara regionGrowing Up Poor: Child Poverty in Ontario is a Metroland Media Special Investig
Tackling ‘monster of poverty’ in Niagara region
The Record / Posted 3 days ago
Growing Up Poor: Child Poverty in Ontario is a Metroland Media Special Investigative Series, a four-part project, that explores the critical mass of children living in poverty across Ontario and the critical need for change. If you’re hungry, it can... Read more
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Mississauga News
Tackling ‘monster of poverty’ in Niagara regionGrowing Up Poor: Child Poverty in Ontario is a Metroland Media Special Investig
Tackling ‘monster of poverty’ in Niagara region
Mississauga News / Posted 3 days ago
Growing Up Poor: Child Poverty in Ontario is a Metroland Media Special Investigative Series, a four-part project, that explores the critical mass of children living in poverty across Ontario and the critical need for change. If you’re hungry, it can... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Inside out: The decline of parole and the fundamentals of Canada’s penal systemit’s hard to believe someone who is telling you the same old story.” A stocky
Inside out: The decline of parole and the fundamentals of Canada’s penal system
The Globe and Mail / Posted 4 days ago
it’s hard to believe someone who is telling you the same old story.” A stocky man with some of the outward signs of the long-term inmate – a tattoo on his neck, a voice made husky by tobacco – he went to his parole officer inside Westmorland,... Read more
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Orillia Packet & Times
The ins and outs of land trustsBut what does "land trust" really mean? Do we keep people out of these special
The ins and outs of land trusts
Orillia Packet & Times / Posted 4 days ago
But what does "land trust" really mean? Do we keep people out of these special places? Do we buy, sell and trade land? How long are we required to look after a particular parcel of land? When it comes to real estate, there are many questions that... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Sarnia boy has rare genetic conditionJoseph-Paul Hillis moves a plastic airplane around as he plays on the floor at
Sarnia boy has rare genetic condition
Sarnia Observer / Posted 4 days ago
Joseph-Paul Hillis moves a plastic airplane around as he plays on the floor at the Ontario Early Years Centre in Forest. Sometimes walking with wobbly steps, other times pulling himself along the floor with his legs tucked behind like a frog, the... Read more
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Owen Sound Sun Times
Kincardine Hospital: $3 mil for infrastructureCentre has been awarded a $3-million Exceptional Circumstance Grant to upgrade
Kincardine Hospital: $3 mil for infrastructure
Owen Sound Sun Times / Posted 4 days ago
Centre has been awarded a $3-million Exceptional Circumstance Grant to upgrade the Kincardine site by the province. The Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care made the announcement in a media release Sept. 14, 2016 through the hospital... Read more
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Kincardine News
Kincardine Hospital: $3 mil for infrastructureCentre has been awarded a $3-million Exceptional Circumstance Grant to upgrade
Kincardine Hospital: $3 mil for infrastructure
Kincardine News / Posted 4 days ago
Centre has been awarded a $3-million Exceptional Circumstance Grant to upgrade the Kincardine site by the province. The Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care made the announcement in a media release Sept. 14, 2016 through the hospital... Read more
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Daily Mail
Who’s who in the Kate and William's entourage?jet are an impressive 12-strong entourage of their most trusted stylists, aides
Who’s who in the Kate and William's entourage?
Daily Mail / Posted 4 days ago
jet are an impressive 12-strong entourage of their most trusted stylists, aides and private secretaries. While the week-long royal tour has been described as 'outdoorsy and casual' - a spokesperson joked there would 'be very little chance for... Read more
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Auto Spies
OFFICIAL: The 2017 Toyota Corolla Gets A Slight Revision For Its Big 5-0SE. A redesigned climate control panel and circular air vents add an upscale to
OFFICIAL: The 2017 Toyota Corolla Gets A Slight Revision For Its Big 5-0
Auto Spies / Posted 4 days ago
SE. A redesigned climate control panel and circular air vents add an upscale touch. Onboard entertainment has come a very long way since the first Corolla’s AM radio. Standard Bluetooth and Entune™ Audio are among the features that help make the... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
MOORE: Care providers must understand LGBTQ issuesNo one wants to enter a long-term care facility/nursing home/old age home. Tha
MOORE: Care providers must understand LGBTQ issues
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 4 days ago
No one wants to enter a long-term care facility/nursing home/old age home. That’s a truism that like others has some exceptions. I worked for some years as director of seniors services for a family service agency. We assisted isolated older people... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
MOORE: Care providers must understand LGBTQ issuesNo one wants to enter a long-term care facility/nursing home/old age home. Tha
MOORE: Care providers must understand LGBTQ issues
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 4 days ago
No one wants to enter a long-term care facility/nursing home/old age home. That’s a truism that like others has some exceptions. I worked for some years as director of seniors services for a family service agency. We assisted isolated older people... Read more
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Welland Tribune
MOORE: Care providers must understand LGBTQ issuesNo one wants to enter a long-term care facility/nursing home/old age home. Tha
MOORE: Care providers must understand LGBTQ issues
Welland Tribune / Posted 4 days ago
No one wants to enter a long-term care facility/nursing home/old age home. That’s a truism that like others has some exceptions. I worked for some years as director of seniors services for a family service agency. We assisted isolated older people... Read more
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BC Local News
Four receive City of Terrace honourseach music festival he is involved in about 100 performances on average. Follo
Four receive City of Terrace honours
BC Local News / Posted 5 days ago
each music festival he is involved in about 100 performances on average. Following a robbery at the Sunshine Seniors Day Care (which used to be located in the lower part of the Knox United Church), Jose donated a piano to the facility. That piano... Read more
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Terrace Standard
Four receive City of Terrace honourseach music festival he is involved in about 100 performances on average. Follo
Four receive City of Terrace honours
Terrace Standard / Posted 5 days ago
each music festival he is involved in about 100 performances on average. Following a robbery at the Sunshine Seniors Day Care (which used to be located in the lower part of the Knox United Church), Jose donated a piano to the facility. That piano... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Township pulls plug on pot businessBarry Uitvlugt, said after a series of public meetings in 2004, the former elem
Township pulls plug on pot business
Sarnia Observer / Posted 5 days ago
Barry Uitvlugt, said after a series of public meetings in 2004, the former elementary was zoned for community clubs, day care facilities and private schools. Since then, the property’s ownership had changed. Uitvlugt reported that for the past... Read more
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Delhi News Record
Tillsonburg woman guilty of animal crueltyguilty of animal cruelty. Caitlyn Hicks didn’t show up to her court date in Wo
Tillsonburg woman guilty of animal cruelty
Delhi News Record / Posted 5 days ago
guilty of animal cruelty. Caitlyn Hicks didn’t show up to her court date in Woodstock earlier this month, according to the Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. A trial was held without Hicks, and she was convicted of causing... Read more
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Simcoe Reformer
Tillsonburg woman guilty of animal crueltyguilty of animal cruelty. Caitlyn Hicks didn’t show up to her court date in Wo
Tillsonburg woman guilty of animal cruelty
Simcoe Reformer / Posted 5 days ago
guilty of animal cruelty. Caitlyn Hicks didn’t show up to her court date in Woodstock earlier this month, according to the Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. A trial was held without Hicks, and she was convicted of causing... Read more
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The Brantford Expositor
Telfer Place deals with influenza outbreakPARIS -Telfer Place long-term care home is managing an outbreak of an influenza
Telfer Place deals with influenza outbreak
The Brantford Expositor / Posted 6 days ago
PARIS -Telfer Place long-term care home is managing an outbreak of an influenza virus with daily assistance from the Brant County Health Unit. The Grand River Street North home, which has about 45 residents, has been dealing with a "common... Read more
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Orillia Packet & Times
City to get extra cash from provinceof city ratepayers after all. In April, councillors learned of a change in pro
City to get extra cash from province
Orillia Packet & Times / Posted 6 days ago
of city ratepayers after all. In April, councillors learned of a change in provincial regulation which saw some non-profit long-term care homes in Ontario became exempt from property taxation. For Orillia, that meant the $473,000 it was set to... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Former NHLer to speak at conferenceaccident nearly took his life." Partners in Prevention (PIP) addresses topics
Former NHLer to speak at conference
The Sudbury Star / Posted 7 days ago
accident nearly took his life." Partners in Prevention (PIP) addresses topics relevant to workplaces in Northeastern Ontario. The organization focuses on safety needs of local businesses. The release said, mental health conditions accounts... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
The big data revolution: Will it help university students graduate?customers, students sample the product, stay loyal to a brand, or look elsewher
The big data revolution: Will it help university students graduate?
The Globe and Mail / Posted 9 days ago
customers, students sample the product, stay loyal to a brand, or look elsewhere. Deciding to drop out, however, has lifelong consequences – for society and for students. “For students, leaving is a failure,” said Harvey Weingarten, the... Read more
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CTV News
Access to stroke prevention clinics uneven across Canadathe disparities in access to stroke prevention services across the country. Re
Access to stroke prevention clinics uneven across Canada
CTV News / Posted 10 days ago
the disparities in access to stroke prevention services across the country. Researchers found that, while 98 per cent of Ontario residents live within an hour drive of a stroke prevention clinic, that number is lower in Saskatchewan and drops off... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Can big data analysis stop students from dropping out of university?customers, students sample the product, stay loyal to a brand, or look elsewher
Can big data analysis stop students from dropping out of university?
The Globe and Mail / Posted 10 days ago
customers, students sample the product, stay loyal to a brand, or look elsewhere. Deciding to drop out, however, has lifelong consequences – for society and for students. “For students, leaving is a failure,” said Harvey Weingarten, the... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Wynne’s chief of staff is fighting to leave a permanent mark on CanadaAs Ontario Lieutenant-Governor Elizabeth Dowdeswell delivered a Speech from the
Wynne’s chief of staff is fighting to leave a permanent mark on Canada
The Globe and Mail / Posted 10 days ago
As Ontario Lieutenant-Governor Elizabeth Dowdeswell delivered a Speech from the Throne on Monday, one person seemed to pay closer attention than anyone else in the room. Sitting in the front row of the makeshift seating filling the floor of the... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
Strange eyeing PC nominationthe 2018 provincial election. Strange is still new to politics, but has made a
Strange eyeing PC nomination
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 11 days ago
the 2018 provincial election. Strange is still new to politics, but has made a name for himself through his Olympic boxing career, and more recently his charitable efforts. “They’ve (the Conservatives) approached me, so I’m still very much... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
Strange eyeing PC nominationthe 2018 provincial election. Strange is still new to politics, but has made a
Strange eyeing PC nomination
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 11 days ago
the 2018 provincial election. Strange is still new to politics, but has made a name for himself through his Olympic boxing career, and more recently his charitable efforts. “They’ve (the Conservatives) approached me, so I’m still very much... Read more
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Welland Tribune
Strange eyeing PC nominationthe 2018 provincial election. Strange is still new to politics, but has made a
Strange eyeing PC nomination
Welland Tribune / Posted 11 days ago
the 2018 provincial election. Strange is still new to politics, but has made a name for himself through his Olympic boxing career, and more recently his charitable efforts. “They’ve (the Conservatives) approached me, so I’m still very much... Read more
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News 24 South Africa
The case for a public inquiry into the Lily mine disasterrelatively close to the surface poses a significant risk of land subsidence occ
The case for a public inquiry into the Lily mine disaster
News 24 South Africa / Posted 11 days ago
relatively close to the surface poses a significant risk of land subsidence occurring, either within the short, medium or long term. (Holzer, 1984, Man-induced land subsidence, published by The Geological Society of America). d. The 1994 Leon... Read more
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Manitoulin Expositor
Throne speech energy savings met with cautious optimismONTARIO—The eight percent savings on Ontario resident’s electricity bills to be
Throne speech energy savings met with cautious optimism
Manitoulin Expositor / Posted 11 days ago
ONTARIO—The eight percent savings on Ontario resident’s electricity bills to begin January 1, 2017, as announced in the Throne Speech by Lieutenant Governor Elizabeth Dowdeswell, has been met with cautious optimism. “It’s a small step, and it’s good... Read more
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Owen Sound Sun Times
Cancer-stricken mayor mad as heckFearing he will soon die without pancreatic cancer surgery, the long-time mayor
Cancer-stricken mayor mad as heck
Owen Sound Sun Times / Posted 11 days ago
Fearing he will soon die without pancreatic cancer surgery, the long-time mayor of Trent Hills says he has been “essentially murdered by a corrupt, rigged political system” and wants the OPP “to investigate the Ministry of Health and Long-Term... Read more
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CBC.ca
Canadian laws may have to adapt to reality of polyamorous familiessaid Boyd. More than 550 people responded to the survey, which found most of C
Canadian laws may have to adapt to reality of polyamorous families
CBC.ca / Posted 12 days ago
said Boyd. More than 550 people responded to the survey, which found most of Canada's polyamorists live in B.C. and Ontario, followed by Alberta. While half of respondents reported having relationships that involved three people, most... Read more
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SouthwesternOntario.ca
Saugeen Valley Nursing Center announces plan to build brand new 87-bed facility in Mount ForestMOUNT FOREST – After many years of discussion and planning, the province of Ont
Saugeen Valley Nursing Center announces plan to build brand new 87-bed facility in Mount Forest
SouthwesternOntario.ca / Posted 13 days ago
MOUNT FOREST – After many years of discussion and planning, the province of Ontario has given Saugeen Valley Nursing Center the green light to proceed with the construction of a brand new 87-bed facility in Mount Forest. The announcement was made... Read more
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