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Calgary Sun

Safe but prudent budget

Finally a balanced budget. It's what we've been waiting for. In many ways balancing a budget -- particularly with a sliver of a surplus at $1.4 billion -- is just symbolic. But it's a symbol that matters.

Edmonton Sun

Rounds Fore Less

Rounds Fore Less

Ottawa Sun

'Win one game at a time'

Backs to the wall. No tomorrow. Now or never.

Toronto Sun

Scarborough house blast victim had long criminal record [Photos] [Video]

The man killed in a Scarborough house explosion Monday had been wanted on a bench warrant since Friday when he failed to show up for court.

Winnipeg Sun

Safe but prudent budget

Finally a balanced budget. It's what we've been waiting for. In many ways balancing a budget -- particularly with a sliver of a surplus at $1.4 billion -- is just symbolic. But it's a symbol that matters.

London Free Press

York Developments plans to build two major projects in southwest London

London’s next great frontier for growth is on the verge of getting its first massive residential development.

24 Hours Vancouver

‘Time is money’ view hurts environment: study

High pollutant levels are being found in Metro Vancouver’s birds of prey – such as hawks and falcons – living in close proximity to people and urbanization, according to a new study published in the Science of the Total Environment.

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

Bingo! Councillor proposes on live TV

A Chatham councillor called his own number during Rotary Bingo on Tuesday night.

Belleville Intelligencer

Ethics in fashion for filmmaker

A man who sexually touched his younger sister has been sentenced to jail time.

The Barrie Examiner

Federal budget more about politics than economics, says professor

Finance Minister Joe Oliver's first budget appeases older voters but asks future governments to pay the bills.

Peterborough Examiner

Jury finds McGregor guilty of first-degree murder, kidnapping

A Peterborough jury has found Robert McGregor guilty of first-degree murder and kidnapping. McGregor, 29, formerly of Lakefield, kidnapped and killed his former common-law wife, the mother of his oldest child, in 2011.

The Sault Star

SAH staffing shifts often reflected employees' counsel, hospital head says

Components of Sault Area Hospital staffing changes announced earlier this year often reflected staff counsel, says the hospital’s president and CEO.

Owen Sound Sun Times

Local politicians react to federal budget

If there’s one thing the local representatives of Canada’s three major political parties can agree on, it’s that federal Finance Minister Joe Oliver delivered an “election budget” Tuesday.

Northumberland Today

Hamilton Twp. hears 2014 policing report

The OPP is continuing to focus on analyzing motor vehicle collisions, assaults, fraud and mental health issues in Hamilton Township, according to a 2014 year-end Hamilton Township Police Services Board report provided to Township council.

North Bay Nugget

Is federal budget a winner or loser?

The North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority has issued a Water Conditions Statement - Flood Outlook.

Orillia Packet & Times

'We're not taking a side,' mayor says of Burl's Creek issue

Orillia city council is throwing its support behind Oro-Medonte Township as it navigates the controversy around events planned for Burl's Creek Event Grounds this summer.

Cornwall Standard Freeholder

Gilcig's charges dropped

The owner and editor of the Cornwall Free News had all charges and restraining orders against him dropped Tuesday.

Pembroke Daily Observer

Pembroke prepares to host an emergency

The City of Pembroke is getting ready to host an emergency.

The Sarnia Observer

Sarnia-Lambton MP Pat Davidson reacts to federal budget

MP Pat Davidson had a common request from Sarnia-Lambton seniors fulfilled in Tuesday's federal budget.

Timmins Daily Press

Room to improve mining safety — Review

Ontario’s mining industry is one of the safest in the world, but there is still room for improvement.

The Sudbury Star

Sudbury's transit changes not enough: Critics

There are many moving parts in the mining industry, and lawyer Susan Bruce attempted to put them together for the jury on Day 2 of the coroner's inquest into the mining deaths of Jordan Fram, 26, and Jason Chenier, 35.

The Kingston Whig-Standard

Long arm of the law nabs Gan man

Gananoque Police Chief Garry Hull wants local offenders to know that the arm of the law is a lot longer than they might think.