Canadians’ Private Data Needs to be Safeguarded

Last week, Privacy Commissioner Philippe Dufresne released a report detailing home improvement giant Home Depot selling private customer data to Meta, owners of Facebook...

Ontario looks to increase fines for LTC homes that fail to have AC in all rooms

TORONTO — Ontario is proposing to increase fines for long-term care homes that do not have air conditioning in every resident's room. A posting to...

École Jean-Paul II students discover the sport of curling

Grade 6 students at École Jean-Paul II (Val Caron) greatly enjoyed their recent outing at the Capreol Curling Club. With the support of Club...

A Christmas concert that unites a school community

This year, École Saint Nom de Jésus (Hornepayne) took great pride and satisfaction in being able to present a Christmas concert in person. School...

Students predict the behaviour the of groundhog

Yesterday, in anticipation of Groundhog Day to be observed by many on February 2, junior and senior kindergarten students at École Notre-Dame (Hanmer) made...

Ontario cities urge residents to report coyote dens near homes during mating season

Several cities in Ontario are urging residents to report coyote dens near residential areas and be wary of the animals as mating season for...

Snow Squall Warning For North Shore

Snow squall warning in effect for: Blind River - Thessalon Brief, intense snowfall is occurring. Visibilities will be rapidly reduced due to the heavy snow combined...

École Saint-Joseph students Shine in Royal Canadian Legion Contest

Each year, the Royal Canadian Legion of Wawa holds a literary and poster competition for the schools in Wawa and Dubreuilville to commemorate Remembrance...

The OPP, RCMP, and CAFC Raise Awareness after an Increase in Emergency – Grandparent Scams

(OTTAWA, ON) - The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre (CAFC) and Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) are launching a fraud prevention campaign, February...

Tech and base metal sectors help S&P/TSX composite gain more than 100 points

TORONTO — Strength in the technology and base metal sectors helped Canada's main stock index post a triple-digit advance in late-morning trading, while U.S....
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4.2 magnitude earthquake felt in Ontario, no damage reported: Earthquakes Canada

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A small earthquake shook parts of Ontario after it hit near Buffalo, N.Y. Earthquakes Canada says the 4.2 magnitude quake was "lightly felt" in southern...

Quick-service restaurants to weather economic storm better than full-service: report

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TORONTO — DBRS Morningstar says quick-service restaurants will have an easier time weathering the coming economic storm than full-service restaurants, as rising costs and...

Congress of Aboriginal Peoples call for end to police brutality in Canada

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TORONTO — A national Indigenous organization is calling on Canadian police forces to make "fundamental changes" to end brutality against members of racialized groups...

Companies extend deadline to close Rogers-Shaw deal to Feb. 17

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TORONTO — The companies involved in the Rogers Communications Inc. deal to buy Shaw Communications have extended the deadline to complete the transaction. Rogers, Shaw,...

Police search for up to 15 male youth after alleged assault of TTC workers

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TORONTO — Police are investigating after up to 15 youth allegedly attacked two Toronto Transit Commission workers on a bus. Toronto police say officers responded...

Family of fatally stabbed homeless man raises concerns over bail, youth legal systems

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The family of a homeless man who died after allegedly being stabbed by a group of teens is raising concerns about the bail system...