Today's editions of Sun newspapers and CANOE partners.

Calgary Sun

The anointed vs. the disappointed

It was another tough week for Justin Trudeau. We're not sure he'll be able to keep it all together.

Edmonton Sun

Brett Pollock scores in third straight WHL series openers for Edmonton Oil Kings


Ottawa Sun

Pot smokers converge on Parliament Hill [Photos] [Video]

Dude. Sunday afternoon was a time to smoke pot, not talk about pot.

Toronto Sun

The anointed vs. the disappointed

It was another tough week for Justin Trudeau. We're not sure he'll be able to keep it all together.

Winnipeg Sun

Bruins get back on track with win over Wings

Shawn Thornton had a pre-game message for the Detroit Red Wings on Sunday afternoon: “I don’t know if anyone wants to piss us off.”

London Free Press

And you are?: Mike Donovan, Master of Olympic Karate

As a member of the U.S. Army’s elite Special Forces unit known as the Green Berets, Mike Donovan first learned martial arts in the jungles of Central America.

24 Hours Vancouver

Appeals court grants Metis Indian status

The Federal Court of Appeal upheld a landmark ruling Thursday that gave Canada's Metis population Indian status within the Constitution, allowing negotiations to begin for all the rights and services that go with it.

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

Problem-plagued Liberals have lost support in 10-riding Southwestern Ontario region

If the minority Liberal government can’t pass its budget next month, Ontario will be plunged into a widely expected spring election.

Belleville Intelligencer

Police blotter: April 19 and 20

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The Barrie Examiner

Relay for Life begins June 6 at Mapleview church in Barrie

With Barrie's 14th annual Relay for Life less than two months away, daffodil sales are picking up, and staff at the Simcoe-Muskoka branch of the Canadian Cancer Society are working hard to make this year's event the best one yet.

Peterborough Examiner

Templeman focuses on leadership basics

For author Bill Templeman, it is all about communication

The Sault Star

Algoma Farmers' Market stays put

Algoma Farmers' Market won't uproot itself from its long-standing home downtown to move to a new source of locally grown food.

Owen Sound Sun Times

Wiarton-Keppel airport costs getting clearer

The true cost of the needed work at the Wiarton-Keppel International Airport is becoming clearer.

Northumberland Today

Township gets new fire trucks

Three new pieces of firefighting equipment will be put into services over the next several days.

North Bay Nugget

Easter egg hunt: Pirate ship as much fun as the candy

The kids crowded into the gym at the YMCA didn’t have to search for their Easter eggs Saturday, but they got to check out a lot of other activities.

Orillia Packet & Times

Oro-Medonte toddler has been cancer-free for nearly 70 days

Seventeen-month-old Luna Keays has been cancer-free for 67 days. The

Cornwall Standard Freeholder

It was an emotional goodbye to his baby brother

Cornwall resident Gerry Flaherty is an older brother of Jim Flaherty, the former Canadian finance minister who died suddenly 11 days ago at age 64, and he remembers well growing up in that crowded home in Lachine, Que.

Pembroke Daily Observer

Colby's Crusade continues on May 17

It's been a trying year for Colby Audette.

The Sarnia Observer

My Team Triumph partnering with Hospice for fundraiser

“If you want to go fast, go alone. But if you want to make a difference, go together.”

Timmins Daily Press

Cold winter devastates local bees

The local bee population is in trouble.

The Sudbury Star

Bear tranquilized in Lively Sun. AM

A black bear had to be tranquilized after it got its head stuck in a plastic container in the Lively area around dawn Sunday.

The Kingston Whig-Standard

Easter traditions: From begging to bottle kicking

The Canadian custom of having little kids search high and low for chocolate Easter treats is downright mundane compared to some of the other traditions of the season in other parts of the world.