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Piracy invades Guelph area park (15 photos)

Piracy invades Guelph area park (15 photos)

Festivals throughout the long weekend
Barrie man runs from police following domestic dispute call

Barrie man runs from police following domestic dispute call

Police service dog Chase helped capture the suspect
Youth Rangers help make North Bay a more Park-like City

Youth Rangers help make North Bay a more Park-like City

“In the end, the people of North Bay share the benefit when these seedlings grow and eventually get planted throughout the City."
Travis and Megan will get married, no matter what cancer says (3 photos)

Travis and Megan will get married, no matter what cancer says (3 photos)

Despite every challenge he has faced, Travis Turcotte is determined to marry the love of his life in September
Movie Review: Jason Bourne

Movie Review: Jason Bourne

This isn't a reboot or anything like that, it's more like the first volume in the next set of adventures featuring Jason Bourne
Miners' families wonder: Was the black powder a saviour or a killer?

Miners' families wonder: Was the black powder a saviour or a killer?

For decades miners across the globe were made to inhale aluminum powder to prevent silicosis. Now, they wonder what that powder did more harm than good
Guelph man charged with possessing child porn at splash pad

Guelph man charged with possessing child porn at splash pad

Police were advised a male appeared to be taking pictures at the splash pad
Timmins’ economy will remain healthy this year, says Conference Board of Canada

Timmins’ economy will remain healthy this year, says Conference Board of Canada

Healthy mining and manufacturing sector activity is expected to deliver almost 2 percent growth in Timmins' GDP this year
What has 44 arms, 20 paddles and a drummer?

What has 44 arms, 20 paddles and a drummer?

Coach Kenji Masuda notes that there are so many individual 'moments' during the Dragon Boat Festival that are worth 'all the training'
A third Syrian family arrives in North Bay

A third Syrian family arrives in North Bay

“The Mother and the Father walked through the door and they came and gave us a hug, they were crying and just so thankful to be here, it was something pretty magical.”