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Calgary Sun

Rally for Israel set for Calgary

Aimed at supporting Israelis while decrying violence at a recent pro- Palestinian protest, talk show host Ezra Levant is hosting a Calgary For Israel rally at city hall Thursday.

Edmonton Sun

Letters re-direct from home

Letters place holder

Ottawa Sun

Bolt reportedly says Commonwealth Games are 'a bit s---'

The fastest man in the world appears to be making an abrupt u-turn.

Toronto Sun

Man who shot TTC red-light run video wants driver to keep job

The man who shot the video of the TTC bus driver running a red light thinks the TTC went too far by firing the single mother of two.

Winnipeg Sun

U.S. man sues Cristiano Ronaldo over CR7 trademark

Global soccer superstar Cristiano Ronaldo is also known to fans by the shorthand CR7, prompting the company behind his line of sleek underwear to target a Rhode Island man who has trademarked the letter-number combination, according to a new lawsuit.

London Free Press

On the boards: Future of gallery for Inuit artists in jeopardy

The future of one of Canada’s and London’s premier galleries for Inuit and First Nations artists is uncertain as the owners are set to retire.

24 Hours Vancouver

Vancouver pharmacy offers HIV tests

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

Environment Canada issues funnel cloud alert for parts of Southwestern Ontario

Parts of Southwestern Ontario are under an Environment Canada weather alert for the potential development of funnel clouds.

Belleville Intelligencer

Allsopp brings young blood to council race

Tyler Allsopp is adding some young blood into the mix of council candidates.

The Barrie Examiner

Barrie residents win $2M

Barrie residents Jamesand Lynn Magner are celebrating after discovering they won $2 million playing INSTANT $200 MILLION$ EXTRAORDINAIRE (Game #1742).

Peterborough Examiner

Miss Canada International motivates teens at Camp Kawartha

Alyssa MacLeod was never expected to walk or talk.

The Sault Star

PHOTOS: Getting a taste for firefighting

Sault Ste. Marie fire fighters visited the Greco Pool and the Frank Manzo Pool to teach kids all about fire fighting and fire safety. At Greco Pool participants of the Best for Kids day camp were even able to try out the fire hose.

Owen Sound Sun Times

Deadmau5 takes Rob Ford on a coffee run

Police in Owen Sound are warning people about an individual who appears to be targeting elderly people in the city.

Northumberland Today

Genich earns three medals at national swim meet

Even though the gold and two bronze medals she earned might stand out, Port Hope swimmer Hannah Genich took great satisfaction from all of her results at last week’s Canadian Age Group Championships.

North Bay Nugget

Soldiers march for PTSD awareness

Three former soldiers are marching across the country on a mission to help raise awareness about post-traumatic stress disorder.

Orillia Packet & Times

Barrie residents win $2M

Barrie residents Jamesand Lynn Magner are celebrating after discovering they won $2 million playing INSTANT $200 MILLION$ EXTRAORDINAIRE (Game #1742).

Cornwall Standard Freeholder

Countdown to Glengarry Highland Games

There'll be an intra-county battle on Friday evening when the North Glengarry team takes on its South Glengarry cousins in a Tug-of-War challenge at the Glengarry Highland Games in Maxville.

Pembroke Daily Observer

Police cleared in assault of Pembroke man

A provincial police officer will not face charges after a Pembroke man sustained injuries during a Christmas Day arrest.

The Sarnia Observer

Annual road rally for charity showcases Sarnia-Lambton businesses, not-for-profits

A co-founder of Sarnia-Lambton's answer to The Amazing Race is hoping this year's heat has what it takes to raise more than $40,000 for charity.

Timmins Daily Press

TPS says sales calls legit

The Timmins Police Service has received several inquiries regarding a company going door-to-door selling hot water tanks. The public is advised that this company is legitimate and is in possession of a valid business licence to sell their products in the area.

The Sudbury Star

Trailcam footage catches cougar: MNR

This trailcam footage of a cougar was captured on July 3 in Gordon Township, Manitoulin Island, by property owner Chris Wenz of Grosse Pointe Woods, Mich. The Ministry of Natural Resources has confirmed the animal — which appears on the left in the first few seconds of the clip — is consistent with a cougar.

The Kingston Whig-Standard

Lukewarm summer a hummer or a bummer

If you like your summer days mild and your evenings cool this has been the perfect summer.