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Calgary Sun

Binghamton goalie pulled 36 seconds into AHL game

Binghamton’s Andrew Hammond was given the hook 36 seconds into an AHL game against the Lehigh Valley Pantoms Wednesday night after allowing three goals on the first three shots he faced.

Edmonton Sun

Letters re-direct from home

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Ottawa Sun

WATCH: Deer delivers blindside hit to cyclist

Maybe the state of California should look into installing "DANGER: Leaping Deer" signs along a strip of highway near the Bay Area community of Sausalito.

Toronto Sun

Binghamton goalie pulled 36 seconds into AHL game

Binghamton’s Andrew Hammond was given the hook 36 seconds into an AHL game against the Lehigh Valley Pantoms Wednesday night after allowing three goals on the first three shots he faced.

Winnipeg Sun

WATCH: Deer delivers blindside hit to cyclist

Maybe the state of California should look into installing "DANGER: Leaping Deer" signs along a strip of highway near the Bay Area community of Sausalito.

London Free Press

Two storm systems predicted to hit region at Christmas

In the opening scene of the rebooted musical Annie, we see a red-haired girl boring her classmates with a presentation, which ends with an old-school tap-dance flourish.

24 Hours Vancouver

Beds re-opening at Riverview

Forty beds are being opened at Riverview Hospital as part of a new rehab and recovery program announced by the provincial government on Wednesday.

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

Health Unit praised for program’s screening process

On the market for just a month, the listing agent for D.A. Gordon Public School in Wallaceburg says it has so far garnered strong interest.

Belleville Intelligencer

Police blotter: Man wanted, car-train collision

Belleville police are looking for Jordan Frivalt, 20, of Trenton in relation to a hit-and-run motor vehicle collision that occurred on Sidney Street

The Barrie Examiner

Flu cases on the rise: officials

With more cases of influenza showing up locally, the Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit is advising residents to make sure they are taking precautions to avoid illness.

Peterborough Examiner

Burglars want your stuff. Don't let them have it

It's a sad fact, but it happens every year: Burglaries at Christmas. Presents are stolen. Cash goes missing, Costly damage means fewer presents for the kids.

The Sault Star

Shooting victim a 15-year-old girl - UPDATE

The Sault Ste. Marie Police are currently investigating a shooting incident which occurred overnight in the central part of the city.

Owen Sound Sun Times

Georgian Bluffs opts for OPP

Georgian Bluffs will be policed by the OPP for at least the next three years.

Northumberland Today

Storm management pond can't be deepened

Fencing at a storm management pond at Foote Crescent and Brooke Road South will be replaced this winter, weather permitting.

North Bay Nugget

Three faced drinking-driving charges

Ontario Provincial Police in North Bay have charged three drivers through its RIDE program.

Orillia Packet & Times

Flu cases on the rise: officials

With more cases of influenza showing up locally, the Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit is advising residents to make sure they are taking precautions to avoid illness.

Cornwall Standard Freeholder

Charges laid against Cornwall man for spitting at police

A 30-year-old man from Cornwall is facing assault and threat charges after Cornwall Community Police officers went to an Alice Street address Wednesday to support the Children's Aid Society with a matter.

Pembroke Daily Observer

School board takes lead in making labs, shops safer

The Renfrew County District School Board is taking a leadership role in ensuring their schools' labs and workshops are operated safely.

The Sarnia Observer

New drug awareness program geared for 8 to 11-year-olds in Sarnia-Lambton

A methamphetamine addict who broke into apartment building storage lockers and stole a shotgun was jailed for four-and-a-half months in Sarnia court.

Timmins Daily Press

Update: Power outage

Hydro One is reporting an unscheduled power outage along a narrow stretch between Hoyle and Shillington, along Highway 101.

The Sudbury Star

Man wanted for assault, breaching probation

Greater Sudbury Police want the public's help in locating a local man wanted for assault and breach of probation.

The Kingston Whig-Standard

Group hopes to rescue Syrian refugee family

The Pakistani community in Kingston is shocked and saddened by Tuesday's massacre.