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Calgary Sun

Walmart texts prompt U.S. man to confess to killing

A series of text messages from Walmart inspired a North Carolina man to confess to killing a woman and dumping her body in a river 17 years ago.

Edmonton Sun

Letters re-direct from home

Letters place holder

Ottawa Sun

Walmart texts prompt U.S. man to confess to killing

A series of text messages from Walmart inspired a North Carolina man to confess to killing a woman and dumping her body in a river 17 years ago.

Toronto Sun

Pan Am Games get another $74M from province

The Ontario government is putting an extra $74 million into the growing Pan Am Games budget and has not ruled out spending more on security budget with climbing international terrorist threats, the Minister responsible for the Games says.

Winnipeg Sun

Walmart texts prompt U.S. man to confess to killing

A series of text messages from Walmart inspired a North Carolina man to confess to killing a woman and dumping her body in a river 17 years ago.

London Free Press

Man airlifted to hospital after crash near Wingham

A pedestrian struck by an unknown vehicle near Wingham Monday night has been airlifted to hospital in London with life threatening injuries.

24 Hours Vancouver

Tribunal ends anti-Smart Meter case

Three men have now been arrested by Vancouver police on allegations they pretended to be police officers to steal money from tourists.

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

401 traffic reduced to single lane east of Bloomfield Rd.

Eastbound lanes of Highway 401 just east of the Bloomfield Road interchange were reduced to a single lane late Tuesday morning as emergency workers responded to a motor vehicle accident.

Belleville Intelligencer

Time for youth movement on Belleville council?

Sentencing for David Alan Kift, a former RCMP officer charged with a slew of weapons offences, has been put over until Tuesday, Nov. 4.

The Barrie Examiner

Multi-vehicle crash closes Highway 400

Eight OPP officers are being commended for their work in a complex investigation into the March 2007 death and dismemberment of Bracebridge resident Samantha Collins.

Peterborough Examiner

Fraser Institute retracts findings on local police

The Fraser Institute has taken back its statement, released Monday, that the Peterborough-Lakefield Community Police Service is overstaffed, citing faulty information gathering as the reason.

The Sault Star

City reviewing development charges policy

Sault Ste. Marie is one of the largest municipalities that doesn't have development charges – but that may change some time next year.

Owen Sound Sun Times

OPG DGR Joint Review Panel to review testimony, issue recommendation

Numerous “triggers” could cause a reevaluation or redesign, or reopen public hearings, if OPG gets a construction licence to build an underground nuclear waste storage facility at the Bruce site, the federal Joint Review Panel lookinginto the proposal heard on the eighth and final day of hearings in Kincardine on Sept. 18, 2014.

Northumberland Today

Lots of all-candidates meetings in county

There are a significant number of opportunities to see and hear municipal candidates in West Northumberland before making your choices for election day Oct. 27.The most recent announced, and most novel, is from the Northumberland Central Chamber of Commerce and it is called "Speed Campaigning with Cobourg Candidates."It takes place Sept. 30 at the

North Bay Nugget

Police seek public’s help

North Bay police are asking for the public’s assistance in two separate incidents.

Orillia Packet & Times

Multi-vehicle crash closes Highway 400

Eight OPP officers are being commended for their work in a complex investigation into the March 2007 death and dismemberment of Bracebridge resident Samantha Collins.

Cornwall Standard Freeholder

Tory leadership hopefuls visit

Eastern Ontario is getting an opportunity to meet with five hopefuls for the leadership of the PC party at the Legion in Morrisburg on Oct. 8.

Pembroke Daily Observer

Treena Lemay running for re-election in Petawawa

With the town faces many challenges, Treena Lemay says experience will matter as council grapples with critical decisions over the next four years.

The Sarnia Observer

Driver hits wall behind Thames Lea Mall

A group of budding soccer stars have earned the chance to test their mettle against some of England's elite.

Timmins Daily Press

Family's fight against cancer grows roots

Louise Lafond-Charlebois believes a tree represents life.

The Sudbury Star

Fraudster operating downtown

Greater Sudbury Police are looking for a male after two incidents of fraud occurred in the downtown core Monday.

The Kingston Whig-Standard

Accused testifies victim wouldn't stop yelling at her

Charity S. Drope, the 42-year-old nurse accused of wounding and trying to murder her partner early on the morning of Aug. 7, 2013, testified Monday that within five minutes of arriving home from her birthday celebration that night Bradley Barton was yelling at her and just wouldn't stop.