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Calgary Sun

Calgary Hitmen about to embark on playoff run but Kootenay Ice stand in the way

The gameplan was simple.

Edmonton Sun

Put It on your Plate - Pasta!

We want you to get your hands on $800 worth of participating restaurant gift certificates.

Ottawa Sun

New York Rangers prove the Hamburglar is human in 5-1 beatdown [Photos]

The Hamburglar couldn’t steal this one.

Toronto Sun

Seven losses in a row and counting for Maple Leafs [Photos]

Will new Leaf Casey Bailey excel in his first NHL game? Can Toronto knock Florida out of the playoff picture to join it on the sidelines?

Winnipeg Sun

Winnipeg Jets find some wiggle room in playoff race with huge win over Habs

Dustin Byfuglien made a triumphant return and Ondrej Pavelec continued his hot streak in goal as the Winnipeg Jets surprised the league-leading Montreal Canadiens, Thursday night.

London Free Press

Managing Your Money: Pension income splitting could mean tax savings

There’s a federal tax provision that seniors should know about because it could mean tax savings. If you are eligible, you can split up to 50% of eligible pension income with a spouse or common-law partner for tax purposes in order to create overall tax savings for you and your partner.

24 Hours Vancouver

Vancouver Park board launches LGBTQ campaign

The Vancouver Park Board launched a new awareness campaign at Hillcrest Centre on Thursday — putting faces to the struggle for gender inclusivity.

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

Inmate advocate hails Ontario review of inmate segregation

A just-announced provincial review of inmate segregation is a long overdue breakthrough that proves Ontario’s been doing things wrong, an inmate advocate said Thursday.

Belleville Intelligencer

Inmate advocate hails Ontario review of inmate segregation

A just-announced provincial review of inmate segregation is a long overdue breakthrough that proves Ontario’s been doing things wrong, an inmate advocate said Thursday.

The Barrie Examiner

Barrie's Craig Busch will help carry torch for Pan Am Games

A just-announced provincial review of inmate segregation is a long overdue breakthrough that proves Ontario’s been doing things wrong, an inmate advocate said Thursday.

Peterborough Examiner

Double parking in school zones a problem

Angela Ronco thinks that Peterborough has a problem with parents double-parking in school zones as they're dropping off their children or picking them up.

The Sault Star

Inmate advocate hails Ontario review of inmate segregation

A just-announced provincial review of inmate segregation is a long overdue breakthrough that proves Ontario’s been doing things wrong, an inmate advocate said Thursday.

Owen Sound Sun Times

Inmate advocate hails Ontario review of inmate segregation

A just-announced provincial review of inmate segregation is a long overdue breakthrough that proves Ontario’s been doing things wrong, an inmate advocate said Thursday.

Northumberland Today

Inmate advocate hails Ontario review of inmate segregation

A just-announced provincial review of inmate segregation is a long overdue breakthrough that proves Ontario’s been doing things wrong, an inmate advocate said Thursday.

North Bay Nugget

Inmate advocate hails Ontario review of inmate segregation

A just-announced provincial review of inmate segregation is a long overdue breakthrough that proves Ontario’s been doing things wrong, an inmate advocate said Thursday.

Orillia Packet & Times

Inmate advocate hails Ontario review of inmate segregation

A just-announced provincial review of inmate segregation is a long overdue breakthrough that proves Ontario’s been doing things wrong, an inmate advocate said Thursday.

Cornwall Standard Freeholder

Inmate advocate hails Ontario review of inmate segregation

A just-announced provincial review of inmate segregation is a long overdue breakthrough that proves Ontario’s been doing things wrong, an inmate advocate said Thursday.

Pembroke Daily Observer

Inmate advocate hails Ontario review of inmate segregation

A just-announced provincial review of inmate segregation is a long overdue breakthrough that proves Ontario’s been doing things wrong, an inmate advocate said Thursday.

The Sarnia Observer

Inmate advocate hails Ontario review of inmate segregation

A just-announced provincial review of inmate segregation is a long overdue breakthrough that proves Ontario’s been doing things wrong, an inmate advocate said Thursday.

Timmins Daily Press

Inmate advocate hails Ontario review of inmate segregation

A just-announced provincial review of inmate segregation is a long overdue breakthrough that proves Ontario’s been doing things wrong, an inmate advocate said Thursday.

The Sudbury Star

Azilda man charged with hit and run

A 67-year-old Azilda man has been charged in a hit-and-run collision in the downtown core late Wednesday morning.

The Kingston Whig-Standard

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