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Calgary Sun

5 things Grey's Anatomy gave the world

Co-existing as it does with the “viral” digital world, TV has a split personality these days.

Edmonton Sun

Letters re-direct from home

Letters place holder

Ottawa Sun

5 things Grey's Anatomy gave the world

Co-existing as it does with the “viral” digital world, TV has a split personality these days.

Toronto Sun

5 things Grey's Anatomy gave the world

Co-existing as it does with the “viral” digital world, TV has a split personality these days.

Winnipeg Sun

5 things Grey's Anatomy gave the world

Co-existing as it does with the “viral” digital world, TV has a split personality these days.

London Free Press

Basil McRae learned from best

On the day Dakota Mermis learned one of the great lessons of hockey participation, he was at a rink in St. Louis watching his older brother Jarrod’s practice.

24 Hours Vancouver

Seniors advocate highlights housing

Members of the Lower Mainland’s Tibetan Buddhist community squared off against one another in protests outside the Vancouver Convention Centre Tuesday, as the Dalai Lama himself delivered a lecture inside.

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

$19-million investment unveiled at Dupont Pioneer facility‚Äč

A $19-million investment at the DuPont Pioneer Chatham production facility is an indication of its importance to the large agricultural company.

Belleville Intelligencer

VIQ: Stay up-to-date

Training is essential to the longevity of all agencies.

The Barrie Examiner

Orillia couple found guilty of failing to provide the necessities of life

A group trying to save Barrie Central Collegiate from closing has produced a ‘friend’s list’ of trustee candidates in the municipal election.

Peterborough Examiner

Marlin Travel owner Mary LaRocque named Business Citizen of the Year at Peterborough Business Excellence Awards

When winning a top award at The Peterborough Business Excellence Awards, Mary LaRocque didn't seem to want to take any credit.

The Sault Star

Ottawa shooting is 'really scary'

A Sault Ste. Marie native was on Parliament Hill a day before a gunman shot a soldier at the National War Memorial and opened fire in Centre Block.

Owen Sound Sun Times

Attack dominate Colts

A lopsided win could be a costly one for the Owen Sound Attack.

Northumberland Today

Cobourg,Port Hope baseball associations amalgamate

The Cobourg Baseball Association and the Port Hope & District Minor Baseball Associations have formally agreed to amalgamate their two organizations into one entity.

North Bay Nugget

Fedeli tables private member’s bill

New fentanyl patches would only be dispensed when a used one is collected by the dispenser if a private member’s bill tabled in the Ontario Legislature Wednesday is approved.

Orillia Packet & Times

Orillia couple found guilty of failing to provide the necessities of life

The city’s voter information package contains some “unfortunate” wording when it comes to voting instructions, says a municipal-election expert.

Cornwall Standard Freeholder

Q&A livechat with Cornwall mayoral candidate Bob Kilger - Oct. 23, 2014 at 6 p.m.

The Standard-Freeholder will host an online question-and-answer session with Cornwall mayoral candidate Bob Kilger starting at 6 p.m. on Oct. 23, 2014.

Pembroke Daily Observer

All candidates night in Pembroke

Less than a week before the election, Pembroke council candidates had one last chance to make an impression with the voting public.

The Sarnia Observer

Bluewater Health takes measures to guard against Ebola virus

Bluewater Health's top doctor says Sarnia's hospital is ready for Ebola, if it comes.

Timmins Daily Press

Police continue to search bush

The Timmins Police Service (TPS) continued their search for evidence in a heavily wooded area of the city on Wednesday, the second day of the search. The effort involves the resources of TPS, the Ontario Provincial Police and the Timmins Porcupine Search and Rescue organization.

The Sudbury Star

Sudbury Ward 10 profile: Mila Wong

Why I am running for council?

The Kingston Whig-Standard

Students tackle tough issues with play

Add youth poverty and homelessness to the list of social concerns the students in Theatre Complete have tackled in its annual play for area high schools.