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Calgary Sun

Fighting erupts between Syrian army, rebels

Heavy fighting between Syrian army forces and rebels erupted on the Golan Heights on Monday, a Reuters photographer said, but it was unclear if either of the two sides had gained an advantage to control a key frontier crossing.

Edmonton Sun

Letters re-direct from home

Letters place holder

Ottawa Sun

Fighting erupts between Syrian army, rebels

Heavy fighting between Syrian army forces and rebels erupted on the Golan Heights on Monday, a Reuters photographer said, but it was unclear if either of the two sides had gained an advantage to control a key frontier crossing.

Toronto Sun

Ryan Nelsen out, Greg Vanney in as TFC coach

Toronto FC head coach Ryan Nelsen dug his own grave.

Winnipeg Sun

Fighting erupts between Syrian army, rebels

Heavy fighting between Syrian army forces and rebels erupted on the Golan Heights on Monday, a Reuters photographer said, but it was unclear if either of the two sides had gained an advantage to control a key frontier crossing.

London Free Press

Man killed in single-vehicle crash on Oneida of the Thames First Nations settlement

One man was killed and two others injured in a rollover crash on the Oneida of the Thames First Nations settlement Sunday morning.

24 Hours Vancouver

Labour Day bittersweet for B.C. unions

A parents organization for French learners has launched a “crowdsourced” resource centre aimed at daycare services that focus on Francophone education.

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

Spirited homecoming at 42nd annual powwow

MORAVIANTOWN—Colour, sounds and aroma of traditional First Nation culture filled Delaware Nation over the weekend.

Belleville Intelligencer

Tamworth suspect turns himself in

STONE MILLS — The OPP are on the hunt for Charlie Way, 61, after he fled from his Carroll Road home in Tamworth, Ont. when police arrived to execute a search warrant there earlier today (Saturday).

The Barrie Examiner

Run or Dye helps out grieving children

ORO-MEDONTE - Run or Dye was a celebration of life and colour.

Peterborough Examiner

Trent helps introduce new students to university life

Helping new students adjust to university life was the theme at Trent University Sunday as newcomers were welcomed for Introductory Seminar Week (ISW).

The Sault Star

Gould rep joins rail trip

A director of Glenn Gould's estate joins a train trip to Wawa later this month that celebrates the classical pianist and Group of Seven.

Owen Sound Sun Times

Jayson Dixon of Owen Sound wins top prize at Salmon Spectacular

Jayson Dixon has won the top prize at this year’s Salmon Spectacular fishing derby.

Northumberland Today

Wood to become next Port Hope Police Chief

Port Hope Deputy Police Chief Bryant Wood will be appointed Acting Police Chief as of Monday, Sept. 1, the Port Hope Police Services Board will announce Friday morning.

North Bay Nugget

Grief-stricken mom wants fence to keep kids safe

POWASSAN- Nicole Bebee never wants another parent to have to undergo the horror of waiting for their child's body to be recovered.

Orillia Packet & Times

Run or Dye helps out grieving children

ORO-MEDONTE - Run or Dye was a celebration of life and colour.

Cornwall Standard Freeholder

Herding nerds into Cornwall

A modest but dedicated group of local nerds welcomed a 'comic-con' event inside and outside the civic complex on Saturday.

Pembroke Daily Observer

Fall family festival coming next Saturday

Friends and families are invited to come to the garrison on Saturday, Sept. 6 to join in two big events.

The Sarnia Observer

Golf tournament has raised more than $35,000 for the organization

A Sarnia man dedicated to volunteering with the Huron House Boys' Home was awarded the Warden's Citizen of the Month in August.

Timmins Daily Press

Aiming to alleviate affordable housing shortage

A non-profit organization that builds affordable homes for needy families is being encouraged to expand into Timmins.

The Sudbury Star

Memorial to remember fallen Espanola soldier

Jane Byers will be among hundreds of people expected to line the streets of Espanola on Tuesday to welcome 50 soldiers from the Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry taking part in an event to celebrate the infantry's 100th anniversary.

The Kingston Whig-Standard

Kingston-connected military deaths in Europe, August 1944