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The Globe and Mail
Trudeau in China: The latest developments and what you need to knowhis official visit to the country. The Chinese are a major customer for 43,000
Trudeau in China: The latest developments and what you need to know
The Globe and Mail / Posted 11 hours ago
his official visit to the country. The Chinese are a major customer for 43,000 farmers, mainly in Western Canada but also Ontario and Quebec, who export their product through grain handlers. About 40 per cent of Canadian canola seed exported... Read more
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Torontoist
Patrick Brown's Flip-Flopping on the Sex-Ed Curriculum is Detrimental to Youthprovince. For months, Brown has created a persona as the modern Conservative c
Patrick Brown's Flip-Flopping on the Sex-Ed Curriculum is Detrimental to Youth
Torontoist / Posted yesterday
province. For months, Brown has created a persona as the modern Conservative candidate. In an interview with the Canadian Press, he suggested he had no issues with the Liberal-approved sex-ed curriculum implemented last year. His turn to the hard... Read more
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CTV News
Bangladeshi Canadian community disavows alleged militant killed over weekendOTTAWA -- Members of Canada's Bangladeshi community disavowed an Ontario reside
Bangladeshi Canadian community disavows alleged militant killed over weekend
CTV News / Posted 2 days ago
OTTAWA -- Members of Canada's Bangladeshi community disavowed an Ontario resident killed over the weekend who Bangladesh police say masterminded a terrorist attack last month. Tamim Chowdhury was among three suspected militants killed by police near... Read more
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Timmins Times
Crossing signals to have more timeand other key points from Porcupine all the way through to the west end of Rive
Crossing signals to have more time
Timmins Times / Posted 3 days ago
and other key points from Porcupine all the way through to the west end of Riverside Drive. This follows a presentation to council earlier this year by Dan McKay of the Municipal Accessibility Advisory Committee (MAAC), asking the city to consider... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
Liberals deny Falls council's Craitor requestThe Ontario Liberal Caucus has denied Niagara Falls city council's request to P
Liberals deny Falls council's Craitor request
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 4 days ago
The Ontario Liberal Caucus has denied Niagara Falls city council's request to Premier Kathleen Wynne to release the investigation report she said was done into sexual harassment allegations against former Niagara Falls MPP Kim Craitor. "I regret... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
Liberals deny Falls council's Craitor requestThe Ontario Liberal Caucus has denied Niagara Falls city council's request to P
Liberals deny Falls council's Craitor request
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 4 days ago
The Ontario Liberal Caucus has denied Niagara Falls city council's request to Premier Kathleen Wynne to release the investigation report she said was done into sexual harassment allegations against former Niagara Falls MPP Kim Craitor. "I regret... Read more
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Welland Tribune
Liberals deny Falls council's Craitor requestThe Ontario Liberal Caucus has denied Niagara Falls city council's request to P
Liberals deny Falls council's Craitor request
Welland Tribune / Posted 4 days ago
The Ontario Liberal Caucus has denied Niagara Falls city council's request to Premier Kathleen Wynne to release the investigation report she said was done into sexual harassment allegations against former Niagara Falls MPP Kim Craitor. "I regret... Read more
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Pembroke Daily Observer
Chronic underfunding of hospitals?The Ontario Council of Hospital Unions is calling on the province to boost fund
Chronic underfunding of hospitals?
Pembroke Daily Observer / Posted 4 days ago
The Ontario Council of Hospital Unions is calling on the province to boost funding to at least cover the average 4.5 per cent increase in expenses Pembroke Regional Hospital and other hospitals are experiencing every year. In a report called "Fewer... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Did PM pass baloney meter in Sudbury?Has the federal government dropped the ball on Ring of Fire development? Jorda
Did PM pass baloney meter in Sudbury?
The Sudbury Star / Posted 4 days ago
Has the federal government dropped the ball on Ring of Fire development? Jordan Press, THE CANADIAN PRESS OTTAWA -- "The Ring of Fire is a provincial initiative that the previous federal government was extremely detached from and uninterested in."... Read more
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The Sault Star
Don't stifle divergent views - ROBINSONof Ratepayers (SSMAR) because they wanted me to know of their work on a transpa
Don't stifle divergent views - ROBINSON
The Sault Star / Posted 6 days ago
of Ratepayers (SSMAR) because they wanted me to know of their work on a transparency and accountability presentation for council towards creating a new bylaw. They informed me that they had requested to make a five minute presentation on... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Moose Cree sets out terms for developmentThe newly elected chief and council of the Moose Cree First Nation held a press
Moose Cree sets out terms for development
The Sudbury Star / Posted 6 days ago
The newly elected chief and council of the Moose Cree First Nation held a press conference in Timmins on Tuesday to declare publicly - in no uncertain terms - that their traditional territory and the resources within it belonged to their people. Not... Read more
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CBC.ca
Mayors try to stop what they call 'catastrophic' Great Lakes water diversionwith the group of eight states that make up what's known as the Great Lakes-St.
Mayors try to stop what they call 'catastrophic' Great Lakes water diversion
CBC.ca / Posted 8 days ago
with the group of eight states that make up what's known as the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence River Basin Water Resources Council. In June, the council gave the Wisconsin city of Waukesha the green light to divert water from Lake Michigan, making... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Sue-Ann Levy tells all in her book Underdog: Confessions of a Right-Wing Gay Jewish Muckrakercolumn in the Toronto Sun on Pride Day 2007, my inbox filled up with e-mails of
Sue-Ann Levy tells all in her book Underdog: Confessions of a Right-Wing Gay Jewish Muckraker
Calgary Sun / Posted 10 days ago
column in the Toronto Sun on Pride Day 2007, my inbox filled up with e-mails of support. One of the first came from then-Ontario Progressive Conservative leader and now Toronto Mayor John Tory, a good friend (until I dared to criticize his record... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Time for reconciliation, says new Moose Cree chiefThe new chief and band council of the Moose Cree First Nation was officially sw
Time for reconciliation, says new Moose Cree chief
The Sudbury Star / Posted 10 days ago
The new chief and band council of the Moose Cree First Nation was officially sworn into office last weekend after an election early this summer that saw the previous chief, Norm Hardisty Jr., defeated by newcomer Patricia Faries. The decision to run... Read more
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Timmins Times
Gov. considers changing rules at mayor's urgingTimmins has asked the Ontario government to consider the alternative funding id
Gov. considers changing rules at mayor's urging
Timmins Times / Posted 11 days ago
Timmins has asked the Ontario government to consider the alternative funding idea that was suggested earlier this month for the Timmins Connecting Link project. The connecting link project is a 10-year, 21-kilometre initiate to repair and upgrade... Read more
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ElectricNet
Hydro One To Acquire Orillia Power Distribution From City Of Orilliaagreement to acquire 100 percent of Orillia Power Distribution Corporation ("Or
Hydro One To Acquire Orillia Power Distribution From City Of Orillia
ElectricNet / Posted 13 days ago
agreement to acquire 100 percent of Orillia Power Distribution Corporation ("Orillia Power") from the City of Orillia, Ontario. Hydro One will pay the City of Orillia $26.35 million for Orillia Power and assume approximately $14.9 million of... Read more
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The Tyee
Alberta Offers Lessons in Keeping Dams Safe From Frackingfracking. Gail Atkinson, an expert on induced earthquakes and a professor in e
Alberta Offers Lessons in Keeping Dams Safe From Fracking
The Tyee / Posted 13 days ago
fracking. Gail Atkinson, an expert on induced earthquakes and a professor in earth sciences at the University of Western Ontario, says induced earthquakes can be hazardous because they occur much closer to the Earth’s surface than natural... Read more
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Belleville Intelligencer
Cities getting capital fundsThere’s good news coming from the Association of Municipalities of Ontario Conf
Cities getting capital funds
Belleville Intelligencer / Posted 14 days ago
There’s good news coming from the Association of Municipalities of Ontario Conference according to the city’s treasurer. City treasurer Brian Cousins said Tuesday that Monday’s announcement of funding from two new funds – focusing on water and... Read more
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CBC.ca
Is it unethical to watch the Rob Ford crack video? We asked an ethicistdied last March. A video of him smoking crack while he was Toronto's mayor is n
Is it unethical to watch the Rob Ford crack video? We asked an ethicist
CBC.ca / Posted 17 days ago
died last March. A video of him smoking crack while he was Toronto's mayor is now publicly available. (Chris Young/Canadian Press) It's a question Professor Jonathan Beever says people thinking about watching the Ford video should ask... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Thousands of young Canadians seek spot on Trudeau youth councilregularly with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. As of Friday morning, there were
Thousands of young Canadians seek spot on Trudeau youth council
The Globe and Mail / Posted 18 days ago
regularly with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. As of Friday morning, there were 9,929 applicants to be on Trudeau’s youth council, according to data provided to The Canadian Press. A further 22,027 started the application process, but had yet to... Read more
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CTV News
More than 8,400 young Canadians apply for Trudeau's advisory councilboard that will meet regularly with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. There were
More than 8,400 young Canadians apply for Trudeau's advisory council
CTV News / Posted 18 days ago
board that will meet regularly with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. There were 8,415 applicants to be on Trudeau's youth council, according to data provided to The Canadian Press. A further 22,027 started the application process, but had yet to... Read more
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Northumberland Today
Cobourg Council BriefsNorthumberland Art Gallery Treasurer Rick Miller gave council an optimistic pic
Cobourg Council Briefs
Northumberland Today / Posted 18 days ago
Northumberland Art Gallery Treasurer Rick Miller gave council an optimistic picture of the current status of the facility at Monday night’s council meeting. It was about two years ago the gallery was in deep financial trouble, unable to pay its... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Canola dispute threatens to overshadow Trudeau’s trip to Chinathan 1 per cent of each shipment. The Chinese are a major customer for 43,000 f
Canola dispute threatens to overshadow Trudeau’s trip to China
The Globe and Mail / Posted 19 days ago
than 1 per cent of each shipment. The Chinese are a major customer for 43,000 farmers, mainly in Western Canada but also Ontario and Quebec, who export their product through grain handlers. Last year, China bought more than 40 per cent of all... Read more
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Northumberland Today
Pride Northumberland plans three events for 2017to launch these new inclusive events in Northumberland,” pride-committee co-cha
Pride Northumberland plans three events for 2017
Northumberland Today / Posted 23 days ago
to launch these new inclusive events in Northumberland,” pride-committee co-chair Adam Bureau stated In the group’s press release. Pride Northumberland is a committee of community members dedicated to raising awareness and education on... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Around the towns, July 24, 2016Clarks Summit Borough council appointed a new member to the planning commissio
Around the towns, July 24, 2016
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 23 days ago
Clarks Summit Borough council appointed a new member to the planning commission at its Wednesday meeting. Shannon Brown was named to the commission by a unanimous vote. Mr. Brown replaces longtime planning commission member Len Weselowski, who is... Read more
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CBC.ca
Turn CO2 back into fuel? It's like 'putting the genie back in the bottle,' researcher saysa very small space. Synthetic versions can theoretically be made from captured
Turn CO2 back into fuel? It's like 'putting the genie back in the bottle,' researcher says
CBC.ca / Posted 26 days ago
a very small space. Synthetic versions can theoretically be made from captured carbon dioxide. (Rich Pedroncelli/Associated Press) "You can't afford a lot of waste," Sargent acknowledges. "Energy efficiency is really crucial." That's the problem.... Read more
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Northumberland Today
Community Care offers driver-refresher courseMost seniors have been driving for years, and the last thing on their minds is
Community Care offers driver-refresher course
Northumberland Today / Posted 26 days ago
Most seniors have been driving for years, and the last thing on their minds is taking a driving course now. But a press release from Community Care Northumberland suggests thinking again. With age come changes to hearing, vision, flexibility and... Read more
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Timmins Times
Mayor lining up talks with ministers at AMOTimmins city council may be bucking a tradition next week as several members of
Mayor lining up talks with ministers at AMO
Timmins Times / Posted 26 days ago
Timmins city council may be bucking a tradition next week as several members of council have decided to attend the annual meeting of the Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO). The event is being held at Caesar’s Hotel and Casino complex in... Read more
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SouthwesternOntario.ca
Bach Festival's Fagan receives Order of Canadathe highest honour a civilian can achieve in Canada. Gerald Fagan was named a
Bach Festival's Fagan receives Order of Canada
SouthwesternOntario.ca / Posted 27 days ago
the highest honour a civilian can achieve in Canada. Gerald Fagan was named a Member of the Order of Canada in July. In a press release, the Bach Music Festival said the recognition is for Fagan’s “over half a century of music performances across... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Anti-abortion group sues BUSU over club statustold Dubois and Madill that the student group status may be granted if SFL "cha
Anti-abortion group sues BUSU over club status
Brandon Sun / Posted 27 days ago
told Dubois and Madill that the student group status may be granted if SFL "changed (their) views." SFL appealed at a BUSU council meeting on Feb. 12, where the revocation was upheld. The group says now it can’t book rooms from BUSU or Brandon... Read more
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Manitoulin Expositor
Ontario Lieutenant Governor pays visit Manitoulin IslandEugene Manitowabi, centre, greets the Honourable Elizabeth Dowdeswell in the Wi
Ontario Lieutenant Governor pays visit Manitoulin Island
Manitoulin Expositor / Posted 27 days ago
Eugene Manitowabi, centre, greets the Honourable Elizabeth Dowdeswell in the Wikwemikong band council chambers while Chief Duke Peltier and members of the council look on during a presentation of a replica of the sword of... Read more
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Northumberland Today
Folk Festival gets Ontario Arts Council grantShowcase stage at Thursday’s Downtown Cobourg Sidewalk Sale. It was also for t
Folk Festival gets Ontario Arts Council grant
Northumberland Today / Posted 28 days ago
Showcase stage at Thursday’s Downtown Cobourg Sidewalk Sale. It was also for the opportunity to present a $14,250 Ontario Arts Council grant to the Shelter Valley Folk Festival organization to help with its operations. The grant came... Read more
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York Daily Record
Moving Up for July 31, 2016the University of Pennsylvania. WellSpan Health of York is one of AllSpire's pa
Moving Up for July 31, 2016
York Daily Record / Posted 30 days ago
the University of Pennsylvania. WellSpan Health of York is one of AllSpire's participating health systems.Board/committee/council Anne Druck, president of the York County Convention & Visitors Bureau (CVB), will serve on the newly created... Read more
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CBC.ca
Eager to know what Canada's new internal trade deal means? Keep waitingremain. The agreement doesn't actually fix those, but provides a "mechanism to
Eager to know what Canada's new internal trade deal means? Keep waiting
CBC.ca / Posted a month ago
remain. The agreement doesn't actually fix those, but provides a "mechanism to harmonize and reconcile" specific rules. Ontario's minister of economic development chaired the negotiations earlier this summer that gave the premiers something to... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Invasive Asian carp could overtake Lake Erie, study findsspecies, they've been able to out-compete local populations and have spread qui
Invasive Asian carp could overtake Lake Erie, study finds
Chicago Tribune / Posted 1 months ago
species, they've been able to out-compete local populations and have spread quickly. According to the Ohio Environmental Council, there's reason to believe that individual bighead and silver carp have already made it into Lake Erie (which has the... Read more
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