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Calgary Sun

Calgary-born songstress Kiesza tops United Kingdom charts with hit single Hideaway

She explored several options — including ballet and sailing — before settling on a career in music, but it seems like she made the right choice.

Edmonton Sun

Rubin 'Hurricane' Carter dead at 76

Former profesional boxer Rubin 'Hurricane' Carter, who spent nearly two decades in jail after being wrongly convicted of murder, died on Sunday.

Ottawa Sun

Rubin 'Hurricane' Carter dead at 76

Former profesional boxer Rubin 'Hurricane' Carter, who spent nearly two decades in jail after being wrongly convicted of murder, died on Sunday.

Toronto Sun

Rubin 'Hurricane' Carter dead at 76

Former profesional boxer Rubin 'Hurricane' Carter, who spent nearly two decades in jail after being wrongly convicted of murder, died on Sunday.

Winnipeg Sun

Raptors playoff opener an embarrassment for team and Toronto

Could Saturday’s NBA playoff opener at the Air Canada Centre be any more of an embarrassment for the Raptors and the City of Toronto?

London Free Press

Rubin 'Hurricane' Carter dead at 76

Former profesional boxer Rubin 'Hurricane' Carter, who spent nearly two decades in jail after being wrongly convicted of murder, died on Sunday.

24 Hours Vancouver

Appeals court grants Metis Indian status

The Federal Court of Appeal upheld a landmark ruling Thursday that gave Canada's Metis population Indian status within the Constitution, allowing negotiations to begin for all the rights and services that go with it.

More 24 Hours

In addition to Toronto and Vancouver, 24 hours also publishes editions in Calgary, Edmonton, Ottawa and Montreal.

Brockville Recorder & Times

Serving the residents of Brockville, Leeds, Grenville, Lanark and South Dundas since 1821.

Chatham Daily News

TEN: Caress Lee Carpenter

I was one of four girls born and raised on my family’s farm in the former Raleigh Township.

Belleville Intelligencer

Missing man's body found

A body found Thursday near Shannonville is that of missing Belleville man Roger Pennell, police say.

The Barrie Examiner

What's open and closed

What's closed Easter Sunday

Peterborough Examiner

Templeman focuses on leadership basics

For author Bill Templeman, it is all about communication

The Sault Star

Pair "were going to set nets"

One man is dead, a second missing in a boating tragedy on the Blind River.

Owen Sound Sun Times

Wiarton-Keppel airport costs getting clearer

The true cost of the needed work at the Wiarton-Keppel International Airport is becoming clearer.

Northumberland Today

Experts still divided over benefits of full-day kindergarten four years after rollout

When Ontario gambled on full-day kindergarten in 2010, critics called it costly babysitting the deficit-plagued province couldn’t afford.

North Bay Nugget

Good Friday procession attracts 100

More than a hundred people followed the cross from St. John the Divine Anglican Church to the Pro Cathedral of the Assumption in a Good Friday ceremony dating back hundreds of years.

Orillia Packet & Times

On the hunt

A herd of young children searched throughout downtown Saturday in hopes of finding colourful plastic Easter eggs during Orillia's annual Great Easter Egg Hunt.

Cornwall Standard Freeholder

McMazing day for Easter egg hunt

ST. ANDREWS WEST - It turned into a McMazing day Saturday to go on an Easter egg hunt.

Pembroke Daily Observer

Sharing a special Passover meal

St. Luke's Anglican Church held a very special supper and service Thursday, just prior to Good Friday and Easter, to mark Seder, the Jewish ritual feast held at the start of Passover.

The Sarnia Observer

Problem-plagued Liberals have lost support in 10-riding Southwestern Ontario region

If the minority Liberal government can’t pass its budget next month, Ontario will be plunged into a widely expected spring election.

Timmins Daily Press

Cold winter devastates local bees

The local bee population is in trouble.

The Sudbury Star

Police make second arrest in dognapping case

Greater Sudbury Police have made a second arrest in the theft of a dog from a Riverside Drive home Apr. 9.

The Kingston Whig-Standard

Easter traditions: From begging to bottle kicking

The Canadian custom of having little kids search high and low for chocolate Easter treats is downright mundane compared to some of the other traditions of the season in other parts of the world.