Today's editions of Sun newspapers and CANOE partners.
Martin Brodeur wasn’t singing the blues about trying to catch on with a new NHL team.
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Former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice is eligible to sign with any team after his indefinite suspension was lifted Friday, according to various reports.
Joffrey Lupul is used to stickhandling around difficult questions from the Toronto media.
Sunday's coming quick.
The Salvation Army is rolling out a tech-savvy plan to boost its annual red kettle campaign.
In addition to Toronto and Vancouver, 24 hours also publishes editions in Calgary, Edmonton, Ottawa and Montreal.
Serving the residents of Brockville, Leeds, Grenville, Lanark and South Dundas since 1821.
About one-third of people seeking help for addictions through Sarnia-Lambton's new withdrawal management program have been referred to an out-of-town residential care facility, a hospital executive says.
Defence and crown counsel collided Friday over key pieces of evidence Justice Robert Scott will now weigh to determine if a local trucker is criminally responsible for a deadly 2011 Corbyville crash.
A Barrie man faces six charges after a woman was assaulted Friday morning.
A city crackdown on a high-fiving crossing guard has inspired parents to stage a rally outside City Hall Friday morning.
After three hours of questioning Friday morning, hydrogeologist Frank Breen will have to wait till Monday to give his expert witness presentation at the Ontario Municipal Board hearing.
Georgian College is working on an application for federal-provincial funding to help pay for a new $7 million marine emergency duties training and research centre at its Owen Sound campus.
Most nine-year-olds who go to Disney World have playtime in mind.
Sports tourism has been eclipsed by something a little more interstellar.
Black Friday wasn’t just for Orillia’s big-box stores.
Cornwall Community Police Service investigators have determined the man who perished from his stab wounds Wednesday evening took his own life.
Bishop Smith Catholic High School is getting creative with education lately and offering students the chance to learn from real professionals in the field.
As Sarnia's Coronation Park Day Nursery joined the ranks of other municipally-run day cares being shuttered across Ontario, NDP leader Andrea Horwath insisted to reporters Friday that public sector child-care centres still have a role to play in the province.
For those who enjoy going out to the movies, the 2013 Timmins Cinema 6 Cans Film Festival is an amusing play on words, but the message behind the initiative is as sincere as it is serious.
Ontario Provincial Police have closed Highway 17 west of Lively as of 5 a.m. Friday due to a multi-vehicle accident.