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Could Shania come back to Timmins next summer?

Could Shania come back to Timmins next summer?

Sources say Timmins courting Shania to come home for Canada's 150th next year
Northern Ontario Party leadership questioned

Northern Ontario Party leadership questioned

The recently revived Northern Ontario Party and its new leader faced questions about its legitimacy from a party insider during a visit in Thunder Bay Sunday.
A North Bay connection to the Toronto International Film Festival

A North Bay connection to the Toronto International Film Festival

Actively pressing hot-button issues of sexual politics, vulnerability and power relations on set.
Selfless Goulais boy gives up birthday presents for the Muddy Moose<b> (16 photos)</b>

Selfless Goulais boy gives up birthday presents for the Muddy Moose (16 photos)

Kaiden Maltais and his friends raised money for the Canadian Cancer Society at the Muddy Moose Charge on Saturday
Barrie considers ban on exotic animals in circuses

Barrie considers ban on exotic animals in circuses

Lions and tigers and bears? No more!
Staggering $76M is largest research funding ever for Guelph university

Staggering $76M is largest research funding ever for Guelph university

Funding puts U of G at forefront of "digital agriculture revolution”
Nipigon Bridge report on target for early fall: Gravelle

Nipigon Bridge report on target for early fall: Gravelle

Minister of Northern Development and Mines Michael Gravelle says he plans to press Transportation Minister Steven Del Duca to publicize Nipigon River Bridge Report as soon as possible.
Gilles Bisson issues statement on Ontario Legislature prorogation

Gilles Bisson issues statement on Ontario Legislature prorogation

A decision by the Ontario Liberal government decision to prorogue the legislature kills all bills before Parliament
Lower electricity bills by repealing the green energy act, says taxpayer group

Lower electricity bills by repealing the green energy act, says taxpayer group

Ontario customers have seen the largest increase in electricity prices anywhere in Canada.
Restaurant patrons evacuated after bears wander into kitchen

Restaurant patrons evacuated after bears wander into kitchen

Workers at the Northern Ontario establishment were able to close a door before the animals got into the dining area