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Calgary Sun

Canada 'well-prepared' for Ebola, health officials say

Canada is well-prepared for Ebola, but the likelihood of the virus spreading to Canada is unlikely, health experts say.

Edmonton Sun

Letters re-direct from home

Letters place holder

Ottawa Sun

City takes hard line in Uber, taxi battle in Ottawa

Undercover stings will be launched by bylaw officers if Uber, the quasi cab company, starts charging customers for rides.

Toronto Sun

Canada 'well-prepared' for Ebola, health officials say

Canada is well-prepared for Ebola, but the likelihood of the virus spreading to Canada is unlikely, health experts say.

Winnipeg Sun

Canada 'well-prepared' for Ebola, health officials say

Canada is well-prepared for Ebola, but the likelihood of the virus spreading to Canada is unlikely, health experts say.

London Free Press

Canada 'well-prepared' for Ebola, health officials say

Canada is well-prepared for Ebola, but the likelihood of the virus spreading to Canada is unlikely, health experts say.

24 Hours Vancouver

Kids turned away from French immersion

French immersion numbers are exploding at a time when schools across B.C. are experiencing declining enrolment — resulting in many being turned away from programs due to a lack of space or teachers, according to an advocacy group.

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

Ceremony set for Sunday near Thamesville

The community is invited to take part in a ceremony Sunday afternoon to unveil a sculpture honouring Shawnee chief Tecumseh and all First Nations people.

Belleville Intelligencer

Bus system under magnifying glass

City hall is busing ahead with a detailed review aimed at improving flawed aspects of the city’s transit system such as routes, arrival times and mobility services.

The Barrie Examiner

North-end Zehrs store in Barrie being converted to Loblaws

A familiar shopping destination for Barrie residents is getting a makeover.

Peterborough Examiner

Hall not done with politics

Coun. Bob Hall reached a milestone in his political career Monday night: his last council meeting after 17 years as a councillor in Northcrest Ward.

The Sault Star

PHOTOS: Evaucation in place on Elliot Road

Emergency crews are evacuating homes and area residents are asked to stay away from the Elliot Road area.

Owen Sound Sun Times

Fatal collision near Thornbury

One person has died in a collision on Hwy. 26 in The Blue Mountains on Wednesday morning.

Northumberland Today

Port Hope wards have much in common: candidate

Paul Andrus lives at the west end of Port Hope's Ward 2 in a little four-house community once known as Bunker Hill.

North Bay Nugget

School rallies behind two students

Preston Walker and Amberly Auger just want to run with their friends and be normal kids.

Orillia Packet & Times

Orillia's Citizens on Patrol disbanded

Orillia’s “mobile neighbourhood watch” is no more.

Cornwall Standard Freeholder

REEL LIFE: Victory over adversity in The Natural

As I stood talking with The Honourable Peter McKay the night of the Children's Treatment Center Roast, his eyes lit up as the conversation turned from his comedic favourite, Stripes, to the subject of baseball and the excellent sports drama The Natural.

Pembroke Daily Observer

Petawawa candidates make their case to voters

Admaston/Bromley Mayor Raye-Anne Briscoe will be entering the political fray once more as she runs to keep her seat in this October's municipal election.

The Sarnia Observer

Drug conviction is Warwick man’s 14th

The United Way of Sarnia-Lambton is halfway there.

Timmins Daily Press

Fatal crash on Hwy. 11

One person was killed in a collision involving two commercial vehicles on Hwy. 11, about 80 kilometres west of Hearst, late Tuesday night.

The Sudbury Star

Masked men try to open cash box of biz Tues..

Greater Sudbury Police are asking business owners to be vigilant after two masked men attempted to open the cash box of a Lorne Street motel Tuesday.

The Kingston Whig-Standard

Charges in midtown fire remanded

Think of it as a $10-million lapel pin.