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Poll suggests travellers know little about air-passenger rights

Poll suggests travellers know little about air-passenger rights

A Canadian Automobile Association-commissioned poll being made public today found that just over half of respondents said they hadn't heard or read anything about the rules
Downtown bar holding holiday fundraiser for CAS clients

Downtown bar holding holiday fundraiser for CAS clients

The Alibi Room owner: 'We ask that you please give what you can'
Hate cooking? Support Meals on Wheels and order some yummy food

Hate cooking? Support Meals on Wheels and order some yummy food

Organization has started a fundraiser called Home of Our Own Catering 
Status quo: School boards all re-elect chairs, vice-chairs

Status quo: School boards all re-elect chairs, vice-chairs

Doreen Dewar, Michael Bellmore, André Bidal and Jean-Marc Aubin all returned to lead their respective boards
Ontario doing away with pot shop lottery system, looks to add more stores

Ontario doing away with pot shop lottery system, looks to add more stores

Attorney General Doug Downey announced details of the changes weeks after the government first signalled its intention of opening up the cannabis market
Two people charged in connection to moose dragging incident in Killarney

Two people charged in connection to moose dragging incident in Killarney

Both OPP and MNRF lay charges in relation to Sept. 28 incident
Sudbury industrial services company eager to fix short-line rail problems

Sudbury industrial services company eager to fix short-line rail problems

Diesel Electric Services wants to partner in regional solution for Huron Central Railway if Genesee & Wyoming walks in 2020
Jeremy Trodd gets 14 months for 2018 weapons charges

Jeremy Trodd gets 14 months for 2018 weapons charges

Convicted cop killer removed electronic monitor, fled from police, stole weapons to feed his drug habit
Ontario passes bill to join opioid class-action lawsuit launched by BC

Ontario passes bill to join opioid class-action lawsuit launched by BC

The province passed legislation late Wednesday allowing it to join the British Columbia-led suit, which alleges that drugmakers falsely marketed opioids as less addictive than other pain drugs
Improve your neighbourhood, apply for 2020 Project Impact funding

Improve your neighbourhood, apply for 2020 Project Impact funding

'We are excited to see what ideas people come up with for their neighbourhoods'