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Calgary Sun

Big Rock founder Ed McNally dies [Photos]

Ed McNally, the man who pioneered craft beer in Alberta after founding the Big Rock Brewery in 1985, has passed away.

Edmonton Sun

Letters re-direct from home

Letters place holder

Ottawa Sun

Brooke Henderson growing with confidence

Brooke Henderson is under no illusion of the expectations she lugs with her around a golf course.

Toronto Sun

Possible tornado spotted in southwestern Ont.

A weather expert is reporting that a tornado may have been spotted just west of Stratford early Wednesday evening.

Winnipeg Sun

Pre-teen daughters found among child porn on work computer

Fearing he was trading company secrets, a Manitoba man's employer secretly reviewed the contents of his work computer only to find he was loading it with child pornography, including nude pictures of his own pre-teen daughters, a court heard Wednesday.

London Free Press

London's downtown tax base up 61%

Highrise towers on its skyline aren’t the only sign of downtown London’s rebound from grim times a generation ago: Money and people — especially younger Londoners — are also moving on up in the core.

24 Hours Vancouver

Hot summer boosts tomato crop

There’s still no word on when the teachers’ strike may end — but there is one deadline the province’s education minister is setting: the Vancouver School Board needs to sign a seismic upgrades agreement in nine days — or else.

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

First World War: Excerpts from the diary of Woodman Leonard

Londoner Woodman Leonard commanded an artillery unit in the First World War and kept a daily diary of life on the Western front and during several major battles. The London Free Press is publishing daily excerpts of that diary. The most recent entries are on top, the older entries below.

Belleville Intelligencer

Bulls’ future priority for new council

The incoming council should brace for significant capital project deliberations — including the need for a new OHL-type arena and public works building — two items up for consideration in 2017.

The Barrie Examiner

Barrie Dragon Boat Festival an adrenaline rush

Ready, ready; paddles up!

Peterborough Examiner

Rescue crews search for man in water

An annual camp for kids isn't just about having a good time, but also about building trust.

The Sault Star

Hospital parking fees stick around - for now

Samantha Lapointe received extra fresh-air today as she walked 15 minutes from the Sault Area Hospital to Walmart and back so she wouldn't have to pay for parking twice.

Owen Sound Sun Times

Lion's Head beach posted

A pair of beaches in the Blue Mountains are again considered safe for swimming, while Lion's Head Beach in Northern Bruce Peninsula has been added to the list of public beaches that remain posted.

Northumberland Today

Three-vehicle collision in Hamilton Township

A three-vehicle collision occurred in Hamilton Township, just north of Cobourg, around 3 p.m. on Wednesday.

North Bay Nugget

Three minutes to save your life

According to Todd Daley, the organizer of Callendar's Sirens in the Park event, a person used to have about 17 minutes to get out of their house if it was on fire. Because of new building materials and how new houses burn, habitants have only three minutes to get out of their house.

Orillia Packet & Times

Tighter security, renos and new equipment among changes at Simcoe County schools

In less than two weeks, the doors will be locked but the schools will be open.

Cornwall Standard Freeholder

Celebrating end of summer camp at Cornwall centre

London Favel, 5, slides through a group of children during the end of summer blow-out celebrations at the Heart of the Family child care centre in Cornwall on Wednesday. Over 60 children participated in the event.

Pembroke Daily Observer

Weird animals take over!

LAURENTIAN VALLEY – Crazy creatures, critters and creations, oh my!

The Sarnia Observer

First World War: Excerpts from the diary of Woodman Leonard

Londoner Woodman Leonard commanded an artillery unit in the First World War and kept a daily diary of life on the Western front and during several major battles. The London Free Press is publishing daily excerpts of that diary. The most recent entries are on top, the older entries below.

Timmins Daily Press

Whitney firefighters mark milestone

The Whitney Volunteer Fire Station is celebrating a major milestone this weekend. The station will mark 75 years of providing service to the community.

The Sudbury Star

Update: Missing woman found safe

Police are seeking the public’s assistance in locating Riita Guillot, 49, who was last seen by family members Aug. 18 about 3:30 p.m.

The Kingston Whig-Standard

Dahmen takes game in stride

Joel Dahmen, the money leader on the PGA Tour Canada, figures he is in a pretty good spot.