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Sarnia Observer
Seniors cruise ready to set sailMore than 1,000 seniors and their loved ones are expected to set sail on the St
Seniors cruise ready to set sail
Sarnia Observer / Posted yesterday
More than 1,000 seniors and their loved ones are expected to set sail on the St. Clair River this Monday as part of a long-standing tradition in Sarnia-Lambton. The 38th annual seniors cruise aboard the Duc d'Orleans II is set to cast off from its... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
College aims to take powerline program nationalThe powerline program at St. Clair College Thames Campus has taken off and plan
College aims to take powerline program national
Chatham Daily News / Posted 2 days ago
The powerline program at St. Clair College Thames Campus has taken off and plans are in the works to try to build national appeal for it. Officials from St. Clair College are to make a deputation to Chatham-Kent council on Monday to request a... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Suncor said to be on lookout for assetsto buy oil assets in Eastern Canada and the North Sea, and reported that one so
Suncor said to be on lookout for assets
Sarnia Observer / Posted 2 days ago
to buy oil assets in Eastern Canada and the North Sea, and reported that one source said Shell's refinery and manufacturing centre on the St. Clair River may fit Suncor's plans. “It's speculation, so I certainly can't comment on that,” said Shell... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
The guide: What's on this week50Dundas, 50 Dundas St. •Sunday, 7.30pm: Dunedin Folk Club presents John Egenes
The guide: What's on this week
Otago Daily Times / Posted 2 days ago
50Dundas, 50 Dundas St. •Sunday, 7.30pm: Dunedin Folk Club presents John Egenes. Bellamys Gallery, 495 Portobello Rd, Macandrew Bay. •Sunday, 3pm: Reid, Coleman & Cornish, jazz trio. Criterion Hotel, 198 Queen St, Waimate. •Sunday, 1pm and 6pm:... Read more
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The Coast
Summer 2016’s must-see playsthese walls could talk," but walls aren't the only inanimate objects with stori
Summer 2016’s must-see plays
The Coast / Posted 2 days ago
these walls could talk," but walls aren't the only inanimate objects with stories to tell. In The Dining Room, 18 vignettes centre on the same set of furniture when different families gather round it. Six actors step into a variety of roles as they... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Rising Great Lakes leaving winners and loserswe had people talking about ‘stop the drop’ to stop the lake from disappearing,
Rising Great Lakes leaving winners and losers
Chatham Daily News / Posted 5 days ago
we had people talking about ‘stop the drop’ to stop the lake from disappearing,” said Geoff Peach, head of the Lake Huron Centre for Coastal Conservation, based in Goderich. Some wanted — and still want — multi-million-dollar structures built in... Read more
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Woodstock Sentinel-Review
Rising Great Lakes leaving winners and loserswe had people talking about ‘stop the drop’ to stop the lake from disappearing,
Rising Great Lakes leaving winners and losers
Woodstock Sentinel-Review / Posted 5 days ago
we had people talking about ‘stop the drop’ to stop the lake from disappearing,” said Geoff Peach, head of the Lake Huron Centre for Coastal Conservation, based in Goderich. Some wanted — and still want — multi-million-dollar structures built in... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Schuylkill County Municipal Authority reads bids for renovationsAuthority building were under $100,000. The bids were opened and read in the t
Schuylkill County Municipal Authority reads bids for renovations
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 5 days ago
Authority building were under $100,000. The bids were opened and read in the third floor of the building at 221 S. Centre St. on Friday. Eight bids were received for the renovations to turn the third floor into a planning and training room... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Rising Great Lakes leaving winners and loserswe had people talking about ‘stop the drop’ to stop the lake from disappearing,
Rising Great Lakes leaving winners and losers
Sarnia Observer / Posted 6 days ago
we had people talking about ‘stop the drop’ to stop the lake from disappearing,” said Geoff Peach, head of the Lake Huron Centre for Coastal Conservation, based in Goderich. Some wanted — and still want — multi-million-dollar structures built in... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Car show marks final days at St. ClairStudents and teachers at St. Clair Secondary School munched on hot dogs and adm
Car show marks final days at St. Clair
Sarnia Observer / Posted 7 days ago
Students and teachers at St. Clair Secondary School munched on hot dogs and admired 50 or more classic cars and hot rods parked on the school track on the final full day of classes Friday. Other than graduation, the second annual St. Clair Auto Show... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
New qualifying structure for World Bowlsflying Daniel French (Green Island) has made a flying start to the indoor bowl
New qualifying structure for World Bowls
Otago Daily Times / Posted 7 days ago
flying Daniel French (Green Island) has made a flying start to the indoor bowls season in Dunedin and has won two centre titles, and the mixed pairs and fours that do not count as centre titles. He has now won 19 Otago titles and sits... Read more
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The Trinidad Guardian
TATT boss wants player in top 150 by 2026Hayden Mitchell, new president of the Tennis Association of T&T is aiming at ha
TATT boss wants player in top 150 by 2026
The Trinidad Guardian / Posted 8 days ago
Hayden Mitchell, new president of the Tennis Association of T&T is aiming at having a player from the twin-island republic in the top 150 ranked players in the world by 2026. Less than a week after the staging of the Blink Bmobile National Open... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Enrolment drop lowers public school spendingset at more than $41.6 million, with $14.1 million for capital projects and equ
Enrolment drop lowers public school spending
Sarnia Observer / Posted 9 days ago
set at more than $41.6 million, with $14.1 million for capital projects and equipment. “Technology is once again front and centre in the budget,” McKay said. The coming school year will be the third year in the school board's technology upgrading... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Keeping chronic patients in their homeneedless repetition in the health-care system, could soon be helping patients i
Keeping chronic patients in their home
Sarnia Observer / Posted 9 days ago
needless repetition in the health-care system, could soon be helping patients in Lambton County. Late last year the Erie St. Clair Local Health Integration Network (LHIN – responsible for health-care funding in Lambton, Kent and Essex counties –... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Enrolment drop lowers public school spendingset at more than $41.6 million, with $14.1 million for capital projects and equ
Enrolment drop lowers public school spending
Chatham Daily News / Posted 9 days ago
set at more than $41.6 million, with $14.1 million for capital projects and equipment. “Technology is once again front and centre in the budget,” McKay said. The coming school year will be the third year in the school board's technology upgrading... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
The Guide: What's on this weekWhat's happening around Dunedin this week. Gigs and Dances 50 Dundas, 50 Dund
The Guide: What's on this week
Otago Daily Times / Posted 9 days ago
What's happening around Dunedin this week. Gigs and Dances 50 Dundas, 50 Dundas St. Tomorrow, 8pm: Dunedin Folk Club presents Legal Tender. Sunday, 7.30pm: Dunedin Folk Club presents "Best of Open Mic''. Crown Hotel, 179 Rattray St. Today, 9pm:... Read more
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The Trinidad Guardian
Trade unions want stake in housingMembers of the National Trade Union Centre (NATUC) and Joint Trade Union Moveme
Trade unions want stake in housing
The Trinidad Guardian / Posted 10 days ago
Members of the National Trade Union Centre (NATUC) and Joint Trade Union Movement held separate meetings with Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley yesterday at the Office of the Prime Minister in St Clair. In the first meeting, NATUC's secretary general... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Collingwood lighthouse needs help"thank-you'' to an employee. Not only can you customize and plan your Ontario
Collingwood lighthouse needs help
Chatham Daily News / Posted 14 days ago
"thank-you'' to an employee. Not only can you customize and plan your Ontario experience at Ontario Travel Information Centres, but the OTIC travel experts also sell Resorts of Ontario gift certificates. Canada Day marked early in Bright’s... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Action taken on hospital governance rifthospital boards that make up the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance. A media confere
Action taken on hospital governance rift
Chatham Daily News / Posted 14 days ago
hospital boards that make up the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance. A media conference was held Friday afternoon at the Erie St. Clair Local Health Integration Network office in Chatham to announce the LHIN and Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care... Read more
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Wallaceburg Courier Press
Action taken on hospital governance rifthospital boards that make up the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance. A media confere
Action taken on hospital governance rift
Wallaceburg Courier Press / Posted 14 days ago
hospital boards that make up the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance. A media conference was held Friday afternoon at the Erie St. Clair Local Health Integration Network office in Chatham to announce the LHIN and Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Collingwood lighthouse needs help"thank-you'' to an employee. Not only can you customize and plan your Ontario
Collingwood lighthouse needs help
Sarnia Observer / Posted 14 days ago
"thank-you'' to an employee. Not only can you customize and plan your Ontario experience at Ontario Travel Information Centres, but the OTIC travel experts also sell Resorts of Ontario gift certificates. Canada Day marked early in Bright’s... Read more
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Chatham This Week
CKHA governance under investigationto work with the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance (CKHA). Adamson, former President
CKHA governance under investigation
Chatham This Week / Posted 14 days ago
to work with the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance (CKHA). Adamson, former President and CEO for London Health Sciences Centre, North York General, the Huron Perth Hospitals Partnership, has accepted the appointment and will be working with the... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Random assaults in broad daylightspeak to others who may have been approached by the suspect at about 2 p.m. An
Random assaults in broad daylight
Chatham Daily News / Posted 16 days ago
speak to others who may have been approached by the suspect at about 2 p.m. Anyone with information is asked to contact Const. Michael Weedon at 519-436-6600, ext. 87046. Anonymous callers may call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) and may be... Read more
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TribLIVE
Dining News roundup: IKEA’s Midsummer Smorgasbord, Senti, Blaze Pizza, National Martini DayNews roundup: IKEA's Midsummer Smorgasbord, Senti, Blaze Pizza, National Martin
Dining News roundup: IKEA’s Midsummer Smorgasbord, Senti, Blaze Pizza, National Martini Day
TribLIVE / Posted 16 days ago
News roundup: IKEA's Midsummer Smorgasbord, Senti, Blaze Pizza, National Martini Day IKEA in Robinson Town Centre will host its annual Midsummer Smorgasbord on June 24.Photo by Marcus Lawett IKEA in Robinson Town Centre will host... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Detox hub proposal growingin charge of the project. Paula Reaume-Zimmer spoke Wednesday about the delay
Detox hub proposal growing
Sarnia Observer / Posted 16 days ago
in charge of the project. Paula Reaume-Zimmer spoke Wednesday about the delay in getting Sarnia's long-sought detox centre built. “I definitely think it is an urgent priority,” she said. “The community has asked for it for many years. We... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
South Otago pair gain SI titles on home turfTwo South Otago indoor bowlers - Stephen Preddy (Paretai) and Marilyn Paterson
South Otago pair gain SI titles on home turf
Otago Daily Times / Posted 17 days ago
Two South Otago indoor bowlers - Stephen Preddy (Paretai) and Marilyn Paterson (South Otago Town and Country) - won South Island titles in Balclutha at the weekend. Preddy (28), a civil engineer, was a member of the Rakaia-Ashburton team that won... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Wandsworth Guardian Leisure: Games reviews, food, theatre and comedy in Surrey and south westFoster Jenkins is determined to further her musical ambitions with the help of
Wandsworth Guardian Leisure: Games reviews, food, theatre and comedy in Surrey and south west
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 18 days ago
Foster Jenkins is determined to further her musical ambitions with the help of her second husband and doting companion, St Clair. Check showtimes Fifteen-year-old dreamer Conor transfers to a boys' school, where he befriends fellow students Darren... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
Spittle highlights Niagara golf reportnative Ken Tarling shot a two under par 69 at Heron Point in Ancaster to win th
Spittle highlights Niagara golf report
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 18 days ago
native Ken Tarling shot a two under par 69 at Heron Point in Ancaster to win the Ontario PGA’s senior spring open. Former St. Catharines Golf and Country Club head pro Terry Kirkup tied for seventh with a 73 and Beechwood pro John White carded an... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
Spittle highlights Niagara golf reportnative Ken Tarling shot a two under par 69 at Heron Point in Ancaster to win th
Spittle highlights Niagara golf report
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 18 days ago
native Ken Tarling shot a two under par 69 at Heron Point in Ancaster to win the Ontario PGA’s senior spring open. Former St. Catharines Golf and Country Club head pro Terry Kirkup tied for seventh with a 73 and Beechwood pro John White carded an... Read more
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Welland Tribune
Spittle highlights Niagara golf reportnative Ken Tarling shot a two under par 69 at Heron Point in Ancaster to win th
Spittle highlights Niagara golf report
Welland Tribune / Posted 18 days ago
native Ken Tarling shot a two under par 69 at Heron Point in Ancaster to win the Ontario PGA’s senior spring open. Former St. Catharines Golf and Country Club head pro Terry Kirkup tied for seventh with a 73 and Beechwood pro John White carded an... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Sydenham board 'gone rogue': Havensdivorce with no possibility of reconciliation in sight. A joint media release
Sydenham board 'gone rogue': Havens
Chatham Daily News / Posted 21 days ago
divorce with no possibility of reconciliation in sight. A joint media release Friday from the Public General Hospital and St. Joseph's Hospital boards states they have notified the Sydenham District Hospital Board of their intention to terminate... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Former top golfers rolling upTwo former top amateur golfers, Brent McEwan (St Clair) and Coryn Huddy (Bright
Former top golfers rolling up
Otago Daily Times / Posted 21 days ago
Two former top amateur golfers, Brent McEwan (St Clair) and Coryn Huddy (Brighton), are keen to make their mark on the New Zealand PBA tournaments this winter. They are both making their debut at the Westpac Bowls Stadium this weekend at the start... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Detox centre intervention soughtMike Bradley is calling on Ontario Health Minister Eric Hoskins to help push fo
Detox centre intervention sought
Sarnia Observer / Posted 22 days ago
Mike Bradley is calling on Ontario Health Minister Eric Hoskins to help push forward Sarnia-Lambton's long-awaited detox centre project. In a letter sent to Hoskins this week, Bradley said Ontario's health ministry has been moving at a... Read more
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The Trinidad Guardian
Tighter port security to deal with Venezuelan influxNational security, health and other agencies intend to increase the number of r
Tighter port security to deal with Venezuelan influx
The Trinidad Guardian / Posted 22 days ago
National security, health and other agencies intend to increase the number of resources necessary in port areas like Icacos, if there’s need for it, to cope with increased numbers of Venezuelans entering T&T, Stuart Young, Minister in the Office of... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Schuylkill County administrator retiresWednesday to county administrator Mark Scarbinsky, who is retiring at the end o
Schuylkill County administrator retires
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 22 days ago
Wednesday to county administrator Mark Scarbinsky, who is retiring at the end of the week. Scarbinsky, 67, of Saint Clair, has been county administrator since August 2009. He has been with the county for 17 years, 11 of which were as... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Special needs teens making transitionthose with special needs who are making the transition out of high school. He w
Special needs teens making transition
Sarnia Observer / Posted 23 days ago
those with special needs who are making the transition out of high school. He will be attending the Options Program at St. Clair College to learn valuable life skills to help with this step. But, Anson, along with many other special needs... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Special needs teens making transitionthose with special needs who are making the transition out of high school. He w
Special needs teens making transition
Chatham Daily News / Posted 23 days ago
those with special needs who are making the transition out of high school. He will be attending the Options Program at St. Clair College to learn valuable life skills to help with this step. But, Anson, along with many other special needs... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
City politicians set to get national airtimeCity politician Brian White plans to use national airtime to “keep the fire bur
City politicians set to get national airtime
Sarnia Observer / Posted 24 days ago
City politician Brian White plans to use national airtime to “keep the fire burning” over the need for a detox centre in Sarnia-Lambton. “We've been hearing for far too long that the withdrawal management centre is on the way, but I can now count by... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
William the Conqueror's Normandy: the legacy of England’s pre-eminent invaderhost of commemorations taking place across much of Normandy (and Sussex), marki
William the Conqueror's Normandy: the legacy of England’s pre-eminent invader
Daily Telegraph / Posted 26 days ago
host of commemorations taking place across much of Normandy (and Sussex), marking the 950th anniversary of the Norman Conquest. And that is why I have come to Normandy, slightly ahead of the game, to explore the home turf of England’s pre-eminent... Read more
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The Trinidad Guardian
Man shot by policepolice in responding to a trouble call later tried to get him to surrender, he
Man shot by police
The Trinidad Guardian / Posted 28 days ago
police in responding to a trouble call later tried to get him to surrender, he attacked the officers, injuring PC St Clair on the leg. The officer was taken to the Arima Health Facility and was said to be resting in stable condition last... Read more
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Wallaceburg Courier Press
An extraordinary nautical pastDuring the heyday of water transportation along the St. Clair River, from 1840
An extraordinary nautical past
Wallaceburg Courier Press / Posted 28 days ago
During the heyday of water transportation along the St. Clair River, from 1840 to approximately 1931, thousands of schooners, ferries, steamers and flat-bottomed freighters known as scows congested the waterway, hauling goods and passengers up and... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
An extraordinary nautical pastDuring the heyday of water transportation along the St. Clair River, from 1840
An extraordinary nautical past
Sarnia Observer / Posted 28 days ago
During the heyday of water transportation along the St. Clair River, from 1840 to approximately 1931, thousands of schooners, ferries, steamers and flat-bottomed freighters known as scows congested the waterway, hauling goods and passengers up and... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Boy, 12, charged with assaultan alcohol condition of his parole. The man was taken into custody and transpo
Boy, 12, charged with assault
Chatham Daily News / Posted 29 days ago
an alcohol condition of his parole. The man was taken into custody and transported to the South Western Detention Centre. Driver, 18, had stolen plates An 18-year-old Chatham man faces several charges after he backed his vehicle out of... Read more

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