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Ontarians can now add 'ç, è, é, ê, ë' to reflect their legal names on some photo ID

Ontarians can now add 'ç, è, é, ê, ë' to reflect their legal names on some photo ID

When Ontarians who spell their names using French language characters next visit ServiceOntario for renewal, they can request that those characters are reflected on their eligible identification cards
Barricaded person taken into custody in Sault Ste. Marie overnight

Barricaded person taken into custody in Sault Ste. Marie overnight

The person was taken into custody after midnight after police responded to the call at roughly 4:30 p.m. Sunday
Elliot Lake father of three – with another on the way – wins $900,000

Elliot Lake father of three – with another on the way – wins $900,000

Peter Squires got his windfall playing instant games
Police allege Sturgeon Falls woman attacked officers who tried to seize her vicious dog

Police allege Sturgeon Falls woman attacked officers who tried to seize her vicious dog

Dog of unspecified breed had attacked four people and numerous dogs in recent months
No place to pee: Pandemic impact on truckers prompts province to shell out on northern rest stops

No place to pee: Pandemic impact on truckers prompts province to shell out on northern rest stops

Move comes in response to COVID-19 issues that saw many truck drivers turned away from traditional rest room stops at gas stations and restaurants. Four new rest stops will also be built as part of the plan.
Manitoulin Island rolls out public transit service

Manitoulin Island rolls out public transit service

Non-profit group seeking bus service sponsorship
Massey has become a hotspot for palladium exploration

Massey has become a hotspot for palladium exploration

Exploration firms turn the drills near Sudbury
Ontario Minister says body contact not an option for OHL return, 'unless it's incremental'

Ontario Minister says body contact not an option for OHL return, 'unless it's incremental'

Ontario's minister of sport told reporters Wednesday that body contact, unless it's 'incremental,' won't be permitted for OHL return
Timmins class in isolation after positive COVID-19 case

Timmins class in isolation after positive COVID-19 case

It's at Louis-Rheaume Catholic School
No fighting, no bodychecking, no spectators? Questions remain as OHL training camps draw near

No fighting, no bodychecking, no spectators? Questions remain as OHL training camps draw near

Ontario's sport minister said late last week that fans in the stands aren't an option at this point. Discussions between the league and government officials are continuing