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Street Crime Unit Seize Hydromorphone

(ESPANOLA, ON) - On June 16, 2019, at approximately 8:30 a.m., officers from the Manitoulin Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), with assistance...

Heat Warning Issued for parts of Algoma

Heat Warning in effect for: Elliot Lake - Ranger Lake Significant heat and humidity will arrive today. Daytime temperatures near 30 with afternoon humidex values in the...

Great Lakes to Greenbelt to Great North

Great Waterfront Trail Adventure launches the Northern expansion of the Great Lakes Waterfront Trail Later this month wheels will be in motion for the 12th...

Lyme-infected ticks are so common in parts of Canada, testing no longer done

OTTAWA — Lyme disease has settled so deeply into parts of Canada many public health units now just assume if you get bitten by a...
Sexual Violence

Study highlights need for broader definition of sexual assault in medical setting

Researchers in Ontario say sexual assault needs to be more broadly defined in medical settings to accurately capture the scope of the problem. A study published...


Ontario attorney general invokes PM in spat over refugee legal aid

OTTAWA — Ontario's attorney general is taking his fight for more money for refugee legal aid to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Doug Downey, who took over...

Canada joins global pact to stop illegal fishing trade, plans more inspections

OTTAWA — Foreign vessels arriving in Canadian ports can expect more inspections hunting for contraband fish now that Canada is part of an international agreement to...
Warner Bros.

‘Titans’ crew member dead after accident at Toronto special effects facility

TORONTO — Warner Bros. says a crew member died in an accident Thursday at a special effects facility in Toronto. A statement from the executive producers of...

Feds redo child benefit forms amid concerns ‘at-risk’ families missing payments

OTTAWA — The federal government is rolling out a simplified application form for the Canada Child Benefit so payments get to the people the...

Statistics Canada reports retail sales fell 0.1 per cent in May to $51.5B

TORONTO — Statistics Canada says retail sales fell 0.1 per cent in May to $51.5 billion, the first move lower in four months. Sales fell...
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