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OPP investigate fatal crash on 400

OPP investigate fatal crash on 400

Southbound lanes now open after nearly four hour closure
Generation Screwed: counting the national debt

Generation Screwed: counting the national debt

$1,000 per minute added to country's debt
Racism a 'serious problem' in Thunder Bay: Survey

Racism a 'serious problem' in Thunder Bay: Survey

A Citizen Satisfaction Survey has shown that nearly 80 per cent of residents believe racism and discrimination is a serious problem in this city.
$29,800 to support jobs, growth and prosperity in Gogama

$29,800 to support jobs, growth and prosperity in Gogama

Funding to help create jobs and boost economic development and growth in Gogama
Nipissing profs get big grant to study sex trafficking, climate change and kids

Nipissing profs get big grant to study sex trafficking, climate change and kids

“This is important research that will positively impact the lives of Canadians for generations to come."
Man killed in Desbarats crash to be buried with his dog thanks to strangers' help

Man killed in Desbarats crash to be buried with his dog thanks to strangers' help

The man and his dog were in the process of moving from Victoria, BC to Burlington, Ont. when he was involved in a head-on collision
Trial hears emotional testimony about when Alliston worker was struck and killed

Trial hears emotional testimony about when Alliston worker was struck and killed

Co-worker tried to warn him but "it was too late"
Prime Minister's brother in Guelph Saturday

Prime Minister's brother in Guelph Saturday

Will present first book as part of this weekend's Eden Mills Writers' Festival
Superior CVI parents make final pleas to keep school open

Superior CVI parents make final pleas to keep school open

Parents of students attending Superior CVI are making final appeals to Lakehead Public School Board trustees, whose administration has recommended moving the school's students to Hammarskjold High School.
Timmins microbrewery gets green light to set up shop

Timmins microbrewery gets green light to set up shop

City council approved the rezoning unanimously