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Calgary Sun

The best stunts from the 'Fast & Furious' films

When Tyrese Gibson introduces “the plane drop” action sequence in the forthcoming Furious 7, he boasts: “This takes crazy to a whole other level!”

Edmonton Sun

Put It on your Plate - Pasta!

We want you to get your hands on $800 worth of participating restaurant gift certificates.

Ottawa Sun

The best stunts from the 'Fast & Furious' films

When Tyrese Gibson introduces “the plane drop” action sequence in the forthcoming Furious 7, he boasts: “This takes crazy to a whole other level!”

Toronto Sun

The best stunts from the 'Fast & Furious' films

When Tyrese Gibson introduces “the plane drop” action sequence in the forthcoming Furious 7, he boasts: “This takes crazy to a whole other level!”

Winnipeg Sun

The best stunts from the 'Fast & Furious' films

When Tyrese Gibson introduces “the plane drop” action sequence in the forthcoming Furious 7, he boasts: “This takes crazy to a whole other level!”

London Free Press

Letters to the Editor: March 30

Saddened by removal of forest

24 Hours Vancouver

Push to quash Texada coal expansion fails

The B.C. Supreme Court has sided with the province’s decision to increase the amount of coal that can be stored at Texada Island — where the coal then gets shipped internationally — after a climate action group tried to have the decision quashed.

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

Round table discusses challenges of connecting small business to overseas markets

International trade for local small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are getting a financial boost from a newly-announced federal program.

Belleville Intelligencer

More names on the Sunshine List

They know it's going to be tough, but a group of hockey fans wants a new OHL team in Belleville.

The Barrie Examiner

Prime minister visiting Honda plant

Prime Minister Stephen Harper will paying a visit to Simcoe County on Monday

Peterborough Examiner

Pappas Billiards hosts pool tournament to help cause

A group of people got together to play a little pool and help a good cause on Saturday.

The Sault Star

Reasons to celebrate ruling, says chief

A new, free app helps travellers on the go who need to know what's happening on the International Bridge.

Owen Sound Sun Times

Maple sap 'a mysterious thing'

Menno Martin's memories of the sugar bush reach back to his youth, when at age 11 he was sent to work on a farm for room and board and went to school.

Northumberland Today

Professor Pricklethorn returns to Cobourg

Professor Elwood Pricklethorn (aka Warren Hoselton) visited students in Grades 2 and 3 at St. Michael Catholic Elementary School in Cobourg on Friday, March 27.

North Bay Nugget

Future Shop will reopen as Best Buy

The North Bay Future Shop is among 65 locations to be converted to Best Buy stores over the next week.

Orillia Packet & Times

Prime minister visiting Honda plant

Prime Minister Stephen Harper will paying a visit to Simcoe County on Monday

Cornwall Standard Freeholder

Kinsmen Music Festival

The performing arts are alive and well amongst the younger generation.

Pembroke Daily Observer

Coming soon: The Ladies of Harmony

Pembroke's Streetlight Theatre Company will be presenting "The Ladies of Harmony" by Ron Hill at the Calvin Upper Hall beginning April 17.

The Sarnia Observer

Sticks and glue become learning tools

Getting youngsters excited about engineering drives the annual bridge building competition for elementary school students during National Engineering Month.

Timmins Daily Press

Timmins couple recognized by Hockey Canada as two of the 100 Heroes of Play

TIMMINS – Two long-time supporters of minor hockey in Timmins were honoured by Hockey Canada on Saturday afternoon by being proclaimed among the country's 100 Heroes of Play. Margaret and Paul Fecteau have been involved in minor hockey in one capacity or another for over 30 years, with Paul starting as a trainer in 1984 and Marge as a team manager

The Sudbury Star

Future Shop closures part of a trend: Sudbury Prof

A local business analyst says there could be even more retail consolidation on the horizon following the closure of Future Shop stores across the country.

The Kingston Whig-Standard

NASA Astronaut honoured at Queen's

When NASA astronaut Dr. Andrew Feustel went to space in 2009 and 2011, he often wore his Queen’s University T-shirt to honour his alma mater.