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Calgary Sun

California school bus crash injures driver, 11 children [Photos]

Some 13 people, including children, were injured on Thursday when a school bus veered off a Southern California road, authorities said.

Edmonton Sun

Rounds Fore Less Auction

Ottawa Sun

California school bus crash injures driver, 11 children [Photos]

Some 13 people, including children, were injured on Thursday when a school bus veered off a Southern California road, authorities said.

Toronto Sun

California school bus crash injures driver, 11 children [Photos]

Some 13 people, including children, were injured on Thursday when a school bus veered off a Southern California road, authorities said.

Winnipeg Sun

California school bus crash injures driver, 11 children [Photos]

Some 13 people, including children, were injured on Thursday when a school bus veered off a Southern California road, authorities said.

London Free Press

London chapter of support group CanGrands will soon open

They’ve worked hard for years and should be planning for retirement. Instead, thousands of grandparents in Ontario are raising their grandchildren and say they’re not getting enough help from the government to do it.

24 Hours Vancouver

Group fights proposal to shrink off-leash dog park at Trout Lake

A Vancouver woman has launched a campaign to prevent the off-leash area in John Hendry Park from being drastically reduced.

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

Southwestern Ontario farmers plan to go big on soybeans this spring, hoping to cash in on rising prices

Look for a lot more soybeans sprouting from Southwestern Ontario soils this spring, as federal forecasts predict record acreages of the farming staple.

Belleville Intelligencer

Hudak ready for election

Jason Miller's story to come

The Barrie Examiner

Barrie Central students doing their part for the environment

Barrie Central Collegiate students aim to clean up more than just their downtown campus.

Peterborough Examiner

New award remembers Judy Heffernan

A new cash award for women in business is going to be handed out annually, starting next April, in the memory of the late Judy Heffernan.

The Sault Star

Reeve contended contract didn’t end until draft satisfied council

After a month's delay, council agreed to pay the $15,000, plus HST, still owed to Bill Wierzbicki, of Planning Advisory Services, for preparing two drafts of the proposed new zoning bylaw and conducting two open houses.

Owen Sound Sun Times

Getting Ahead program is more social than financial success

In just a few short years, local Getting Ahead programs have helped more than 100 people learn how to better navigate the financial pressures and challenges society has thrown their way.

Northumberland Today

Day of Mourning ceremony

The Northumberland Labour Council is holding a ceremony for the annual Day of Mourning, president Chris Leavitt has posted on Facebook.

North Bay Nugget

Crews fighting 'extremely bad' situation

There sure seems to be a bumper crop of potholes around the city this spring.

Orillia Packet & Times

Cape Breton author wins Stephen Leacock Memorial Medal for Humour

Driving long-haul trucks for more than 30 years gave Bill Conall plenty of time to develop characters and songs.

Cornwall Standard Freeholder

Winchester area death ruled homicide

A man whose remains were discovered last week near Winchester was the victim of foul play, the OPP have determined.

Pembroke Daily Observer

OPP investigating fiery crash near Renfrew, Highway 17 closed

Highway 17 near Renfrew is closed as a result of a serious collision.

The Sarnia Observer

Southwestern Ontario farmers plan to go big on soybeans this spring, hoping to cash in on rising prices

Look for a lot more soybeans sprouting from Southwestern Ontario soils this spring, as federal forecasts predict record acreages of the farming staple.

Timmins Daily Press

Fears looming hydro hike will hurt industry

It was denied at the time by Xstrata Copper.

The Sudbury Star

Despite 'risk,' man sentenced to house arrest

A Sagamok First Nation man described as a “risk to the public” by the Crown and was looking at a 45-day jail term for cocaine possession and breaching his probation, instead got house arrest.

The Kingston Whig-Standard

Batt to head up United Way campaign

Carrie Batt has been named the next campaign chair for the United Way of Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox & Addington.