Today's editions of Sun newspapers and CANOE partners.

Calgary Sun

Canadian figure skating legend Toller Cranston dies [Photos]

Canadian figure skating legend Toller Cranston, who later became a world- renowned painter and artist, has died at the age of 65.

Edmonton Sun

‘Put it on Your Plate’ contest

The Edmonton Sun is giving you one of the best reasons for taking a selfie with your food — money.

Ottawa Sun

Dominos should fall soon

The anticipation is the talk will heat up.

Toronto Sun

Etobicoke mom takes long walk for autism awareness

Dee Gordon could no longer stand by and watch her autistic son Jacob live in isolation.

Winnipeg Sun

Canadian figure skating legend Toller Cranston dies [Photos]

Canadian figure skating legend Toller Cranston, who later became a world- renowned painter and artist, has died at the age of 65.

London Free Press

The inside story on how Rogers tried to replace Blue Jays president Paul Beeston

There were two standing ovations at Budweiser Gardens Friday night.

24 Hours Vancouver

Palettes affecting B.C. potato crops

Those in the median income bracket in B.C. feeling the financial squeeze are not imagining things - it has only gotten worse for B.C.’s middle-of-the-road income earners.

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

Wedding show benefits Big Brothers Big Sisters of Chatham-Kent

Chatham-Kent police are looking for a suspect after a pizza shop was robbed Friday night in Blenheim.

Belleville Intelligencer

Pond hockey takes over Batawa

Their slogan is “Canucks Unlimited” – and their way of helping charities couldn't be more Canadian.

The Barrie Examiner

Barrie police say impaired driver found in vehicle with radio blasting

A 23-year-old woman is facing charges after Barrie police say an officer found in her sitting the driver seat of a running vehicle in an intoxicated state.

Peterborough Examiner

Attendance solid at ReFrame Film Festival

The Peterborough ReFrame Film Festival is much more than just watching, well, a film.

The Sault Star

Game on for 50 years

A little shinny is part of Algoma University's golden anniversary celebrations.

Owen Sound Sun Times

OPP investigate city death

Ontario Provincial Police are investigating a person's death after Owen Sound police discovered a “lifeless body” in a 2nd Ave. W. residence Thursday afternoon.

Northumberland Today

Discarded syringe found

Erin Cann found a discarded syringe on her daily walk along Densmore Road near Division Street in Cobourg on Thursday. Police were notified and ask anyone who finds a syringe to call police who will properly dispose of it.

North Bay Nugget

Giroux warns against P3 model

The president of the North Bay and District Labour Council is warning against a proposed public-private partnership that could see a new sports facility constructed in North Bay.

Orillia Packet & Times

Orillia residents facing drug charges

Two Orillia residents are facing drug charges after police searched a Millard Street residence Thursday.

Cornwall Standard Freeholder

FOUND:Cornwall man missing in Kingston

A Cornwall man has gone missing in Kingston.

Pembroke Daily Observer

Pembroke girl with big dreams snags first big gig

Pembroke’s nine-year-old Sierra Levesque has aspirations to become a rising star and she’s snagged her first big gig recently, with ASNY Productions Inc.

The Sarnia Observer

3D printing demonstrations at the Sarnia Library continue Saturdays until Feb. 28

Sean O'Rourke has his eyes glued to a nozzle etching molten plastic into the shape of a small toy.

Timmins Daily Press

MasterChef Canada finalist shows Northern pride

Hope you enjoy these few items culled from the 1941 newspapers – just for a little context, the Second World War was a year old, and Timmins was pretty well in the thick of things, both here and abroad:

The Sudbury Star

Drunk driver slowed to 8 km/hour: Sudbury police

Driving too fast can attract police attention.

The Kingston Whig-Standard

Kingston Police charge woman with mischief, times 9