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Calgary Sun

Driver suffers 'life threatening' injuries in specatular Deerfoot rollover

Emergency crews were on scene of a spectacular crash Friday, resulting in a vehicle rolling from Deerfoot Tr. into an adjacent parking lot.

Edmonton Sun

Letters re-direct from home

Letters place holder

Ottawa Sun

Ticats spoil home finale [Photos]

It's the final home game of the Ottawa RedBlacks inaugural season.

Toronto Sun

Explained: 12 facts about Daylight Saving Time

Daylight Saving Time ends on November 2nd at 2 a.m., meaning the clocks go back an hour, and we get an extra hour of sleep! Here are 12 fun facts about the history of Daylight Saving Time:

Winnipeg Sun

Cops investigating allegations against Jian Ghomeshi

Toronto Police are investigating after two women made complaints against former CBC radio host Jian Ghomeshi.

London Free Press

Brown: Proposed superhero flicks may never get made

You probably heard that Robert Downey Jr. is set to appear as Tony Stark/Iron Man in Marvel’s third Captain America movie, which will land in theatres May 6, 2016. Seems like a long way off, doesn’t it?

24 Hours Vancouver

Richmond - Address affordable housing: group

Is it a race if you run alone?

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

First World War: Excerpts from the diary of Woodman Leonard

Londoner Woodman Leonard commanded an artillery unit in the First World War and kept a daily diary of life on the Western front and during several major battles. The London Free Press is publishing daily excerpts of that diary. The most recent entries are on top, the older entries below.

Belleville Intelligencer

Get protected; get a detector

Tim Vanhecke knows first-hand the dangers of carbon monoxide.

The Barrie Examiner

Poppy campaign kicks off Saturday in Barrie

Red poppies will soon be dotting the lapels in honour of our fallen soldiers.

Peterborough Examiner

Throwing a scare at hunger

Members of a Trent University club put a twist on Halloween this year by collecting cans instead of candy.

The Sault Star

What a treat for Aweres woman

Halloween proved a treat for Louise Leffler.

Owen Sound Sun Times

Change clocks, check smoke detectors Sunday: fire department

Daylight savings time ends Sunday and the Owen Sound fire department says the annual practice of setting clocks back by an hour is also the perfect time to ensure smoke alarms are in working order.

Northumberland Today

Cobourg firefighters extinguish basement fire

Firefighters were called to a fire in the basement at a home on Glenhare Street in Cobourg on Thursday around 5:30 p.m.

North Bay Nugget

Forgette to chair general government

Sheldon Forgette, who was elected North Bay's deputy mayor this week, has opted to serve as chairman of general government and budget chief.

Orillia Packet & Times

New Lowell man accused of murdering his wife

A New Lowell man was in court Friday facing first-degree murder charges of his wife who was found dead in the couple’s home last year.

Cornwall Standard Freeholder

Halloween fun at East Front Public School

Kids at East Front Public School, including Hannah Walker, Deanna Gill, Victorya Antoine, Marisa Bradley and Lila Sanchez, celebrated Halloween in the biggest way on Friday.

Pembroke Daily Observer

Marianhill recognized for excellent care

While celebrating its 60th anniversary, the Marianhill Nursing Home here in Pembroke continues to exceed expectations.

The Sarnia Observer

First World War: Excerpts from the diary of Woodman Leonard

Londoner Woodman Leonard commanded an artillery unit in the First World War and kept a daily diary of life on the Western front and during several major battles. The London Free Press is publishing daily excerpts of that diary. The most recent entries are on top, the older entries below.

Timmins Daily Press

Gamers help Legion, food bank

The launch of a highly anticipated new video game is also going to help the Timmins Food Bank and local branch of the Royal Canadian Legion.

The Sudbury Star

Sudbury's children of the wall

Birgit Pianosi, 44, grew up in East Germany, about 90 minutes from Berlin, in a loving community and says there was always a neighbour with whom to share the news of the day. She admits "luxury items" were scarce, but contends her family had all they needed to maintain a comfortable lifestyle.

The Kingston Whig-Standard

D-Day 2 VE Day: October 1944 Whig-Standard pages