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2015/07/02 19:17
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Changes Health Canada has made to how the federal department's website describes the health risks of asbestos are being welcomed in Sarnia, a community hit hard by occupational diseases, including...
2015/07/02 19:17
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2015/07/02 16:13
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It's like the decathlon, but with a Scottish twist. Rather than sprints, hurdles or a high jump, they've substituted it with Scottish hammers, cabers and stone tossing. The Ontario championships for...
2015/07/01 14:17
2015/07/01 14:17
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New Sarnia resident Beverley Anger is looking for a few high school students interested in getting philosophical this summer. Anger, who is finishing up a masters of arts in philosophy at McMaster...
2015/06/30 15:40
2015/06/30 15:40
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Hi my name is Lisa Brooking. I grew up in Orillia but now reside in White Rock, BC. Orillia is and will always be my home as my family still lives there and I have deep roots within the community. I...
2015/06/28 21:39
2015/06/28 21:39
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I have worked for a large company for over 16 years. I have had two serious car accidents, one in 1997 and the other in 2012, resulting in chronic low back pain. In September, my doctor prescribed me...
2015/06/27 16:57
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How would a merged GM-FCA add up? Combined revenues: $324 billion (#1 in the auto sector) Market capitalization: $97 billion (#4) Number of vehicles produced: 14.5 million (#1) Number of...
2015/06/26 21:25
2015/06/26 21:25
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The paring down of local government that took place in Haldimand and Norfolk in 2000 has cost rather than saved money, says the Fraser Institute. The elimination of regional government and the...
2015/06/25 03:12
2015/06/25 03:12
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Three Wallaceburg Minor Lacrosse Association players – Tanner Cole, Emily VanDamme and Megan Seed – have made Team Ontario for the Canadian championships. Even though all three have played the bulk...
2015/06/24 19:19
2015/06/24 19:19
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It happens every year. The lights are turned off, screen doors are closed tight, streets are swept, noses are plugged. The swarm of the mayflies is nothing new to the towns around the western basin of...
2015/06/20 06:07
2015/06/20 06:07
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Oakland recently returned from a two-week trip to Almaty, Kazakhstan with the sports ministry group, Athletes in Action. Oakland, along with two other coaches and 11 athletes ran basketball clinics,...
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2015/06/18 23:46
2015/06/18 23:46
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Talk about a smooth transition. Michael Reid has quickly gone from junior varsity allstar to Ontario Varsity Football League standout. In his first season with the Sault Sabercats OVFL squad, the...
2015/06/18 21:00
2015/06/18 21:00
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By Jonathan ZettelWHT Reporter Need your car fixed? There’s a good chance Walkerton District Community School student Ethan Raymond can fix it. Ethan won a gold medal in the secondary student...
2015/06/18 20:39
2015/06/18 20:39
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Against all odds, a young woman who grew up in Chatham is making a difference in Haiti. Emily Hime, 23, was back in her hometown Wednesday to tell her extraordinary story. She started a non-profit...
2015/06/18 19:39
2015/06/18 19:39
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The statistics are dire: 54 per cent of female rape victims are under 18, and being raped in adolescence means victims are four times more likely to be sexually assaulted again during their first year...
2015/06/18 17:48
2015/06/18 17:48
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Word wizards rejoice -- Wordstock is back. The literary festival, launched in 2013, makes a triumphant return to Sudbury on June 19-20 to feed the appetites and nurture the imaginations of Sudbury's...
2015/06/17 00:13
2015/06/17 00:13
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Juli Elders experienced great joy during her days as a high-level student athlete. The 44-year-old Chatham native got that feeling again Tuesday serving as the torchbearer to the light a cauldron in...
2015/06/16 23:21
2015/06/16 23:21
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College rape program is training women to avoid sexual assault using self-defense techniques – and it’s proving very successful The program, implemented across three Canadian universities, has proven...
2015/06/15 03:17
2015/06/15 03:17
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Let’s get this out right up front: Danielle Wade knows she sinned. Before taking the role of Anne Shirley, the central character of Lucy Maud Montgommery’s classic novel Anne of Green Gables for the...
2015/06/14 23:17
2015/06/14 23:17
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Joel Skinner is no stranger to Canadian athletics. The SCITS geography and phys-ed teacher, and current Sarnia Athletics Southwest (ASW) Track and Field club coach, was a coach with Athletics Canada...
2015/06/13 17:21
2015/06/13 17:21
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Created: 06/13/2015 11:20 AM KSTP.com A program that taught college women ways to prevent sexual assault cut in half the chances they would be raped over the next year, a Canadian study found. It was...
2015/07/02 19:17
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