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Car goes through fence and hits wall in Sault <b>(8 photos)</b>

Car goes through fence and hits wall in Sault (8 photos)

A child and an adult were taken to hospital with what were described as minor injuries
Renew your sticker now, urges MPP

Renew your sticker now, urges MPP

“This increase is more than 10 percent, and well over the cost of inflation."
Sault plumber's unique truck decoration goes viral

Sault plumber's unique truck decoration goes viral

After a photo of his truck was posted to Reddit, Nick Huckson has been flooded with calls
Awww! Stolen dog finds home with woman who found him

Awww! Stolen dog finds home with woman who found him

A two-year-old Shepherd mix is still missing
Balloon rhino impresses mall visitors <b>(3 photos)</b>

Balloon rhino impresses mall visitors (3 photos)

Balloon art part of global rhino protection effort.
Street Art comes to life with a North Bay twist

Street Art comes to life with a North Bay twist

“When you invite the kids from the neighbourhood or anyone in general from the area to come out and paint it makes it theirs it becomes ownership to the neighbourhood."
Southern Ontario 'carding' issue prompts training for Timmins police

Southern Ontario 'carding' issue prompts training for Timmins police

Complaints of racial profiling, and arbitrary police stops have led to new regulations governing the collection of identifying information — and they apply to all police
<b>Noront boss puts pressure on province for Ring of Fire road</b>

Noront boss puts pressure on province for Ring of Fire road

Al Coutts is impatient for the province and feds to get moving on access corridor to chromite deposit
Big bus bucks coming to Barrie, PM, premier announce

Big bus bucks coming to Barrie, PM, premier announce

Hoggarth happy to have a 'true federal partner'
Barrie fans gathered for glimpse of Prime Minister leave disappointed

Barrie fans gathered for glimpse of Prime Minister leave disappointed

Over 200 people gathered along Welham Road this morning, hoping for a glimpse of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau who was at the Barrie Transit garage for a funding announcement.