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<updated>Amber Alert update:</updated> Toronto Police say missing 4-year-old has been found

Amber Alert update: Toronto Police say missing 4-year-old has been found

Vehicle described as a black Toyota Camry
Who wouldn't want to see 101 inventions that changed the world?

Who wouldn't want to see 101 inventions that changed the world?

Science North's new exhibit celebrates human inventiveness
<b>Thibeault: This is why we’re able to cut hydro rates by 25%</b>

Thibeault: This is why we’re able to cut hydro rates by 25%

MPP and energy minister offers explanation for the rationale behind the Ontario Fair Hydro Plan
<b>Wynne denies political interference in OPG announcement</b>

Wynne denies political interference in OPG announcement

McDonald argues that the March 6 announcement by Ontario Power Generation to move 44 employees out of the city was ordered delayed by the government in a political move
<updated>Updated:</updated> Some highways re-opened after freezing rain closed them

Updated: Some highways re-opened after freezing rain closed them

Deteriorating weather conditions blamed for the closures
'It killed her', says grieving mother

'It killed her', says grieving mother

Sherri Dolk of Barrie lost her daughter Tina ESPEY, of a fentanyl overdose at the age of 19 in December 2012
Sault teenager to represent Ontario in international cricket tourney

Sault teenager to represent Ontario in international cricket tourney

The Grade 10 student will fly to Sri Lanka later this month
Electoral reform will take more than a few years, says MP

Electoral reform will take more than a few years, says MP

Despite interest in changes, consultation process yielded no clear results, say Paul Lefebvre
Veteran Guelph Police officer to challenge charge of discreditable conduct

Veteran Guelph Police officer to challenge charge of discreditable conduct

Police association lawyer says incident is related to interaction with the sister of man that murdered his relative
Thunder Bay chamber joins call for changes to arbitration process

Thunder Bay chamber joins call for changes to arbitration process

The Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce is voicing it support regarding a letter sent to the government.