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TSN
Hadwin, Taylor reunited as pairing for first round of Canadian OpenMackenzie Hughes of Dundas, Ont., Mike Weir of Brights Grove, Ont., Jared Du To
TSN / Posted an hour ago
Mackenzie Hughes of Dundas, Ont., Mike Weir of Brights Grove, Ont., Jared Du Toit, of Kimberley, B.C., Matt Hill of Sarnia, Ont., Vancouver's Ryan Williams, Riley Wheeldon of Comox, B.C., Bryn Parry of North Vancouver, B.C., Drew Nesbitt of... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Man charged following collisionA Sarnia man can stay in Canada after he avoided a criminal record for offences
Sarnia Observer / Posted an hour ago
A Sarnia man can stay in Canada after he avoided a criminal record for offences related to a property-damage collision. Kanwarjit Walia, 38, pleaded guilty Wednesday in Sarnia court to the Highway Traffic Act offences of leaving the scene of an... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
OPP fed up with ‘preventable’ accidents on 402Within the past two weeks, the westbound Highway 402 in Sarnia has been the sce
Sarnia Observer / Posted an hour ago
Within the past two weeks, the westbound Highway 402 in Sarnia has been the scene of two preventable accidents – including one fatality – and the Ontario Provincial Police are losing their patience. OPP Const. Christopher Doupe said members of the... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Bats will be swingingto be Triple A calibre. Springfield (Ohio) is very competitive,” said Jim Bigra
Sarnia Observer / Posted an hour ago
to be Triple A calibre. Springfield (Ohio) is very competitive,” said Jim Bigras, director of baseball operations for the Sarnia Braves minor baseball organization. Sarnia will be fielding a young but solid team, said Bigras. Many games will be... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Building decisions expected in Octoberis weighed by city council. “We’re looking at probably October,” said Tammie R
Sarnia Observer / Posted an hour ago
is weighed by city council. “We’re looking at probably October,” said Tammie Ryall, planning manager with the City of Sarnia. Details for the Groves Active Lifestyle Community and another $41-million pitch to build a facility offering... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
LEESON: Wolves have several overage optionsdebut, with 43 saves against the surging Mississauga Steelheads, then gained hi
The Sudbury Star / Posted an hour ago
debut, with 43 saves against the surging Mississauga Steelheads, then gained his first victory a few days later over the Sarnia Sting. His late-season road win, over Niagara of all teams, helped the Pack secure sixth seed in the... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
YMCA chief taking on provincial jobto leave Lambton County.” Janzen will continue to live in Camlachie with his f
Sarnia Observer / Posted 3 hours ago
to leave Lambton County.” Janzen will continue to live in Camlachie with his family while serving in the new job. “I love Sarnia-Lambton and the opportunity to work remotely . . . that's what did it for me.” He arrived in Sarnia-Lambton in 2005... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
YMCA chief taking on provincial jobto leave Lambton County.” Janzen will continue to live in Camlachie with his f
Chatham Daily News / Posted 3 hours ago
to leave Lambton County.” Janzen will continue to live in Camlachie with his family while serving in the new job. “I love Sarnia-Lambton and the opportunity to work remotely . . . that's what did it for me.” He arrived in Sarnia-Lambton in 2005... Read more
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Manitoulin Expositor
Anishinabek Nation Leadership will continue supporting Chippewas of the Thames First Nation’s Line 9B plightof Enbridge’s Line 9B plan to reverse the flow of Line 9B, part of an existing
Manitoulin Expositor / Posted 3 hours ago
of Enbridge’s Line 9B plan to reverse the flow of Line 9B, part of an existing crude oil pipeline, that presently runs from Sarnia to Montreal, and through the traditional and Treaty territory of Chippewas of the Thames First Nation. “We are... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Library's summer of discontentIt is only the beginning of the library’s summer of discontent. The Sarnia Libr
Sarnia Observer / Posted 6 hours ago
It is only the beginning of the library’s summer of discontent. The Sarnia Library building was closed after a fire on July 13 and now the clean-up of the damage is underway. It is unfortunate as it turns out that the workers are collateral damage.... Read more
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The Brantford Expositor
Goliath beats First Nation in pipeline fightallowing changes that will reverse the flow of crude oil along a controversial
The Brantford Expositor / Posted 7 hours ago
allowing changes that will reverse the flow of crude oil along a controversial 40-year-old pipeline between Montreal and Sarnia. The decision is a bitter blow to the Chippewas of the Thames First Nation, southwest of London, that was the last... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Goliath beats First Nation in pipeline fightersallowing changes that will reverse the flow of crude oil along a controversial
Sarnia Observer / Posted 8 hours ago
allowing changes that will reverse the flow of crude oil along a controversial 40-year-old pipeline between Montreal and Sarnia. The decision is a bitter blow to the Chippewas of the Thames First Nation, southeast of London, that was the last... Read more
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Woodstock Sentinel-Review
Goliath beats First Nation in pipeline fightersallowing changes that will reverse the flow of crude oil along a controversial
Woodstock Sentinel-Review / Posted 8 hours ago
allowing changes that will reverse the flow of crude oil along a controversial 40-year-old pipeline between Montreal and Sarnia. The decision is a bitter blow to the Chippewas of the Thames First Nation, southeast of London, that was the last... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Goliath beats First Nation in pipeline fightersallowing changes that will reverse the flow of crude oil along a controversial
Chatham Daily News / Posted 8 hours ago
allowing changes that will reverse the flow of crude oil along a controversial 40-year-old pipeline between Montreal and Sarnia. The decision is a bitter blow to the Chippewas of the Thames First Nation, southeast of London, that was the last... Read more
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CTV News
Supreme Court to decide on oil and gas development and Indigenous consultationto reverse the flow and increase capacity on its Line 9 pipeline which runs acr
CTV News / Posted 11 hours ago
to reverse the flow and increase capacity on its Line 9 pipeline which runs across Chippewas' land on its path between Sarnia, Ont., and Montreal. The affected communities participated in NEB hearings but both Clyde River and the Chippewas... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Fox going to Germanythe Sutherland Cup in 2010 with Nelson coaching. They were Cup finalists in 201
Chatham Daily News / Posted 14 hours ago
the Sutherland Cup in 2010 with Nelson coaching. They were Cup finalists in 2015 with Bowler. First loss for Chatham FC SARNIA – Chatham FC lost 1-0 to the Sarnia Girls SC Spirit in a Third Division Cup semifinal Monday in the London & Area... Read more
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Wallaceburg Courier Press
Optimists honour Anderson as Citizen of the Yearthe Township and the new dock in Sombra to name a few. This isn't Anderson's f
Wallaceburg Courier Press / Posted 19 hours ago
the Township and the new dock in Sombra to name a few. This isn't Anderson's first recognition. He was inducted into the Sarnia-St. Clair Elementary School coaches hall of fame in 2008. In 2011 for his efforts in volunteering at the Sombra Museum... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Hill at Canadian Openon Aug. 3-6. Hill won the 2009 NCAA Division I championship while at North Car
Sarnia Observer / Posted 21 hours ago
on Aug. 3-6. Hill won the 2009 NCAA Division I championship while at North Carolina State. Canucks ink Boucher Former Sarnia Sting forward Reid Boucher has re-signed with the Vancouver Canucks. He was set for an arbitration hearing and had... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Chippewas take on gianta day from 240,000. Environmentalists and other aboriginal communities, includ
Sarnia Observer / Posted 23 hours ago
a day from 240,000. Environmentalists and other aboriginal communities, including the Aamjiwnaang First Nation near Sarnia, were critical of the project, fearful of an environmental catastrophe if the line ruptures — higher pressure is... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Man's call for help ends with arrestA man’s assertion police violated his rights led to dismissal of a drunk-drivin
Sarnia Observer / Posted 23 hours ago
A man’s assertion police violated his rights led to dismissal of a drunk-driving charge in Sarnia court. The man in his early 40s represented himself during the trial based on charges laid after he called the OPP during a mental-health crisis. An... Read more
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Woodstock Sentinel-Review
Chippewas take on gianta day from 240,000. Environmentalists and other aboriginal communities, includ
Woodstock Sentinel-Review / Posted 23 hours ago
a day from 240,000. Environmentalists and other aboriginal communities, including the Aamjiwnaang First Nation near Sarnia, were critical of the project, fearful of an environmental catastrophe if the line ruptures — higher pressure is... Read more
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Royal Oak Daily Tribune
Supporters, foes clash over underwater oil pipeline�s futureoutlined six alternatives for the line, which transports about 23 million gallo
Royal Oak Daily Tribune / Posted 23 hours ago
outlined six alternatives for the line, which transports about 23 million gallons daily between Superior, Wisconsin, and Sarnia, Ontario. A nearly 5-mile-long (8-kilometer) segment divides into two pipes at the bottom of the waterway connecting... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Chippewas take on gianta day from 240,000. Environmentalists and other aboriginal communities, includ
Chatham Daily News / Posted 23 hours ago
a day from 240,000. Environmentalists and other aboriginal communities, including the Aamjiwnaang First Nation near Sarnia, were critical of the project, fearful of an environmental catastrophe if the line ruptures — higher pressure is... Read more
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The Brantford Expositor
Chippewas take on gianta day from 240,000. Environmentalists and other aboriginal communities, includ
The Brantford Expositor / Posted 23 hours ago
a day from 240,000. Environmentalists and other aboriginal communities, including the Aamjiwnaang First Nation near Sarnia, were critical of the project, fearful of an environmental catastrophe if the line ruptures — higher pressure is... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
More than “just a utility” companyInn of the Good Shepherd and the One Tomato Project. Starting out as “just a u
Sarnia Observer / Posted yesterday
Inn of the Good Shepherd and the One Tomato Project. Starting out as “just a utility” company delivering electricity to Sarnia, Bluewater Power has now grown into the Bluewater Power Group of Companies, consisting of six companies which provide... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
More pieces of skull foundArchaeologists have discovered more pieces of the same human skull found in Apr
Sarnia Observer / Posted yesterday
Archaeologists have discovered more pieces of the same human skull found in April at a construction site in Sarnia’s north. “They found two additional pieces of the existing cranium, but nothing else of any significance,” said Rob Williams,... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Solar eclipse will eat into Sarnia solar gridThe astronomical rarity of a full solar eclipse will be partially visible to Sa
Sarnia Observer / Posted yesterday
The astronomical rarity of a full solar eclipse will be partially visible to Sarnia and Lambton County residents but could annoy solar power users. “They’re calling it the Great American Eclipse,” said Marty Cogswell, Sarnia chapter president of the... Read more
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The Pekin Daily Times
Supporters, foes clash over underwater oil pipeline's futureoutlined six alternatives for the line, which transports about 23 million gallo
The Pekin Daily Times / Posted yesterday
outlined six alternatives for the line, which transports about 23 million gallons daily between Superior, Wisconsin, and Sarnia, Ontario. A nearly 5-mile-long (8-kilometer) segment divides into two pipes at the bottom of the waterway connecting... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Borderfest reaching the homestretchThe stage for Sarnia's newest summer music festival is set to go up Wednesday i
Sarnia Observer / Posted yesterday
The stage for Sarnia's newest summer music festival is set to go up Wednesday in Centennial Park. Bluewater Borderfest, being organized by Mark Perrin and Nick Haynes of the PM Entertainment Group, is set to bring U.S. and Canadian country music... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Counterfeiting suspect soughtSarnia police are on the lookout for a suspect in a counterfeit cash investigat
Sarnia Observer / Posted yesterday
Sarnia police are on the lookout for a suspect in a counterfeit cash investigation. City police said in a news release a suspect went to a coffee shop on Exmouth Street Saturday at approximately 5 p.m. and is alleged to have paid with a suspected... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Farm program helping feed rescued wildlifeSmith said they set aside a section of the farm's garden that has been equipped
Sarnia Observer / Posted yesterday
Smith said they set aside a section of the farm's garden that has been equipped with raised beds provided with help from Sarnia-based Vita Gardens of New England Arbors. “They can grow a lot of food in a small space,” he said. “This not only... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Walleye derby on deckthere will be any big change in numbers or not.” The walleye derby, one of sev
Sarnia Observer / Posted yesterday
there will be any big change in numbers or not.” The walleye derby, one of several fishing derbies throughout the year the Sarnia-Lambton club hosts to fundraise for its fish hatchery operations in Point Edward, last year drew 105 participants – up... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Truck crash closes Highway 402injuries were suffered by people involved in a truck crash today on the westbou
Sarnia Observer / Posted yesterday
injuries were suffered by people involved in a truck crash today on the westbound Highway 402 near Christina Street in Sarnia. At approximately 8:30 a.m. the collision that started with one truck rear-ending several other several transport... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Lifelong love of soccerSARNIA – Barry Goodwin of Chatham is hanging up his cleats after 74 years of pl
Chatham Daily News / Posted yesterday
SARNIA – Barry Goodwin of Chatham is hanging up his cleats after 74 years of playing, refereeing, coaching and just loving the game of football – known as soccer in Canada. The 80-year-old forward and co-manager of Sarnia FC's Paddy Flaherty over-35... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Supporters, foes clash over underwater oil pipeline's futureoutlined six alternatives for the line, which transports about 23 million gallo
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted yesterday
outlined six alternatives for the line, which transports about 23 million gallons daily between Superior, Wisconsin, and Sarnia, Ontario. A nearly 5-mile-long (8-kilometer) segment divides into two pipes at the bottom of the waterway connecting... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
U13 Spirit goldenU13 Spirit win tournament The Sarnia Spirit under-13 girls won their third tou
Sarnia Observer / Posted yesterday
U13 Spirit win tournament The Sarnia Spirit under-13 girls won their third tournament of the season Sunday at the St. Thomas Soccerfest. The Spirit beat Guelph 4-1 in the final to finish with a 6-0-0 record. Madison Tuer, Ainsley Mackenzie, Savanah... Read more
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Northumberland Today
Spooners celebrate 60 successful yearsin 1973 to form the city of Cambridge. Their path to Cobourg came later, when
Northumberland Today / Posted yesterday
in 1973 to form the city of Cambridge. Their path to Cobourg came later, when Bob was working at Lambton College in Sarnia. When they had recruited him, they paid to relocate the Spooners. A year later, when attendance was down and they were... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Smartphone app targets socialA Sarnia hair stylist is developing a new smartphone application to help social
Sarnia Observer / Posted 2 days ago
A Sarnia hair stylist is developing a new smartphone application to help social media users filter out unwanted friend and connection requests. “It will be an anonymous way to kind of cut through the noise,” said Mike Beggs. The 48-year-old former... Read more
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MLive.com
Industry groups push back against calls for Line 5 closureaccording to the trade publication Michigan Oil & Gas News. The 645-mile Line
MLive.com / Posted 2 days ago
according to the trade publication Michigan Oil & Gas News. The 645-mile Line 5 pipeline runs from Superior, Wis., to Sarnia, Ontario, by way of Michigan and the straits. It moves about 540,000 barrels of light crude oil and natural gas... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Mental illness and alcohol led to crimesman dealing with a bipolar disorder when he drunkenly assaulted and harassed pe
Sarnia Observer / Posted 2 days ago
man dealing with a bipolar disorder when he drunkenly assaulted and harassed people was sentenced to six months in jail in Sarnia court. William Thomas Gallerno, 36, pleaded guilty Monday to assaulting a bar security staff member and a police... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Magic performed live and up closeA night of live magic is coming to downtown Sarnia. Mixx Lounge on Front Stree
Sarnia Observer / Posted 2 days ago
A night of live magic is coming to downtown Sarnia. Mixx Lounge on Front Street is hosting a show by London magician Peter Mennie being called Magic at the Mixx Lounge, Aug. 10. Reservations, available by calling 519-491-0077, are required for the... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Library workers temporarily laid offBetween 20 and 30 Sarnia Library employees are facing layoffs, their union repr
Sarnia Observer / Posted 2 days ago
Between 20 and 30 Sarnia Library employees are facing layoffs, their union representative says, while the downtown Lambton County Library branch is closed for smoke remediation work. “Through the collective agreement that we have in place, people... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Couriered fine payment to SarniaTexas man who denied having a gun when he crossed the Bluewater Bridge with a .
Sarnia Observer / Posted 2 days ago
Texas man who denied having a gun when he crossed the Bluewater Bridge with a .40-caliber pistol has been fined $4,500 in Sarnia court. Bryley Doucet, 23, of Murphy, Texas previously pleaded guilty to attempting to evade the Customs Act but... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Ready to move onof methamphetamine for trafficking that occurred nearly five years ago led to a
Sarnia Observer / Posted 2 days ago
of methamphetamine for trafficking that occurred nearly five years ago led to a local man's 33-month sentence in Sarnia court. Randy Donald McRobert, 59, had been caught with 45 grams of the stimulant methamphetamine following a police... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Let’s move forwarddelaying a decision on the current (and only) viable offer for the old hospital
Sarnia Observer / Posted 2 days ago
delaying a decision on the current (and only) viable offer for the old hospital site. Much to my relief, the taxpayers of Sarnia have been given a second chance at revitalizing an area of the city that is sorely in need of it. Sadly, this deal... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Braves clinch first The Sarnia Braves have clinched first place in the Southwestern Senior Baseba
Sarnia Observer / Posted 2 days ago
The Sarnia Braves have clinched first place in the Southwestern Senior Baseball League with a 16-1 record. They'll visit the Lakeside Lizards in the regular-season finale Sunday, July 30. The Braves will play the Exeter Express... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Bailey topped area MPPs in office expensesSarnia-Lambton MPP Bob Bailey said he doesn’t know how he managed to spend almo
Sarnia Observer / Posted 2 days ago
Sarnia-Lambton MPP Bob Bailey said he doesn’t know how he managed to spend almost 40 per cent more than the average of 10 London-area MPPs on office operations last year. “I couldn’t tell you, to be honest,” the Progressive Conservative MPP said of... Read more
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Woodstock Sentinel-Review
Bailey topped area MPPs in office expensesSarnia-Lambton MPP Bob Bailey said he doesn’t know how he managed to spend almo
Woodstock Sentinel-Review / Posted 2 days ago
Sarnia-Lambton MPP Bob Bailey said he doesn’t know how he managed to spend almost 40 per cent more than the average of 10 London-area MPPs on office operations last year. “I couldn’t tell you, to be honest,” the Progressive Conservative MPP said of... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Bailey topped area MPPs in office expensesSarnia-Lambton MPP Bob Bailey said he doesn’t know how he managed to spend almo
Chatham Daily News / Posted 2 days ago
Sarnia-Lambton MPP Bob Bailey said he doesn’t know how he managed to spend almost 40 per cent more than the average of 10 London-area MPPs on office operations last year. “I couldn’t tell you, to be honest,” the Progressive Conservative MPP said of... Read more
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The Brantford Expositor
Bailey topped area MPPs in office expensesSarnia-Lambton MPP Bob Bailey said he doesn’t know how he managed to spend almo
The Brantford Expositor / Posted 2 days ago
Sarnia-Lambton MPP Bob Bailey said he doesn’t know how he managed to spend almost 40 per cent more than the average of 10 London-area MPPs on office operations last year. “I couldn’t tell you, to be honest,” the Progressive Conservative MPP said of... Read more
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