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<b>BREAKING:</b> Sault police station sealed off over possible explosive device <b>(4 photos)</b>

BREAKING: Sault police station sealed off over possible explosive device (4 photos)

Paramedics and firefighters are on scene
Nestlé open to dialogue

Nestlé open to dialogue

Company will be at November committee of the whole meeting
Control efforts reducing lamprey population

Control efforts reducing lamprey population

Fisheries and Oceans Canada are treating the Kaministiquia River to reduce the population a destructive fish known as the sea lamprey.
Brave guy: Man extricates skunk from Coke can (video)

Brave guy: Man extricates skunk from Coke can (video)

Orillia Good Samaritan helps out furry creature
Water bottling operations a hot topic at Guelph city council

Water bottling operations a hot topic at Guelph city council

Around 250 show up to support councillor's motion opposing Nestlé Waters Aberfoyle operation
Timmins inspector bids farewell after 39 years of crime fighting <b>(3 photos)</b>

Timmins inspector bids farewell after 39 years of crime fighting (3 photos)

Inspector Michael McGinn concludes a 39-year career in public service with the Timmins Police
Bill would provide paid leave for victims of sexual violence

Bill would provide paid leave for victims of sexual violence

The bill would entitle survivors to up to 10 days of paid leave to obtain specific services related to the violence.
Thunder Bay pilot project turning bike lanes green

Thunder Bay pilot project turning bike lanes green

The city has installed its first green bicycle lane to help increase visibility for both cyclists and motorists.
VIDEO: A bunch of new bikes for Sault kids following the rules

VIDEO: A bunch of new bikes for Sault kids following the rules

A group of excited local kids pick out their brand new bikes at Canadian Tire, thanks to the Play Safe program.
<b>Animal cruelty earns North Bay man 10 year pet ban</b>

Animal cruelty earns North Bay man 10 year pet ban

A stone, approximately three centimeters by three centimeters, was blocking its digestive track.