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Calgary Sun

Tampa Bay Lightning zap Flames in overtime

The Flames finally return to the Saddledome against the Tampa Bay Lightning, the first of five straight at home for the squad.

Edmonton Sun

Letters re-direct from home

Letters place holder

Ottawa Sun

Former Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee dies at age 93

Former Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee, who oversaw the newspaper's coverage of the Watergate scandal that toppled President Richard Nixon, died on Tuesday at age 93, the paper said.

Toronto Sun

Maple Leafs roll to road win over Islanders

The cover photo of the Maple Leafs’ media guide has a smiling Phil Kessel and linemate James van Riemsdyk celebrating a goal.

Winnipeg Sun

Former Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee dies at age 93

Former Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee, who oversaw the newspaper's coverage of the Watergate scandal that toppled President Richard Nixon, died on Tuesday at age 93, the paper said.

London Free Press

Oversight halts $5.6-million renovation to Bishop Townshend school

A doomed London school may have to be kept on life-support, throwing another curve ball at the Old East neighbourhood after a decades-old administrative error was found.

24 Hours Vancouver

Groups wage Dalai duel

Members of the Lower Mainland’s Tibetan Buddhist community squared off against one another in protests outside the Vancouver Convention Centre Tuesday, as the Dalai Lama himself delivered a lecture inside.

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

Processing of quinoa taking root in Ontario

Success in growing superfood quinoa in Southwestern Ontario has led to plans for building a home-grown Ontario processing facility.

Belleville Intelligencer

Three CAS cases settled

Three former County foster children have reached out-of-court settlements with the Highland Shores Children’s Aid Society for damages stemming from sexual abuse sustained while they were in the society’s care.

The Barrie Examiner

Christmas Cheer grateful for permanent home

For a change, Barrie and District Christmas Cheer was on the receiving end of some gift giving on Tuesday.

Peterborough Examiner

Six new youth mental health beds for PRHC as hospital adds new programs after paying down debt

Peterborough Regional Health Centre will add much-needed child and youth mental health beds, the hospital announced Tuesday as it revealed new programs and services.

The Sault Star

'79 Camaro stolen

Ontario Provincial Police in Wawa are investigating the break-in to a seasonal residence on Hawk Lake, just east of Wawa and the theft of a 1979 fully-restored Chevrolet Camaro.

Owen Sound Sun Times

Bomb threat in Rockford false

Some roads in the Rockford area were closed after a bomb threat at the Rockford gas station.

Northumberland Today

Take a haunted walk

The folks at Community Living West Northumberland, including Seth Henkel, Thomas Tatfield, Jenny Carter, Courtney Patekar, Margaret Adebayo, Mike Tibbits, Dan Woodbury, Kevin Patekar, Andrew Frigault, and Marilyn Ball are getting ready for the second annual Community Haunted Walk on Oct. 30 at the entrance to Cobourg's Victoria Hall.

North Bay Nugget

Mayoral candidates share their views

Al McDonald

Orillia Packet & Times

Slight policing savings for city

OPP has provided the city with a billing estimate for 2015 using a new costing formula and the city will save slightly more than it anticipated.

Cornwall Standard Freeholder

Cornwall McDonald's owner promises to improve regular checks after rum found in Playland

It's not something you would expect to find in a McDonald's, and definitely not something that you would expect to be found inside a Playland.

Pembroke Daily Observer

Whitewater mayor, reeve candidates face off

More than 200 years of Bavarian tradition were observed at Pembroke's Germania Club on Saturday, as Oktoberfest was celebrated.

The Sarnia Observer

Processing of quinoa taking root in Ontario

Success in growing superfood quinoa in Southwestern Ontario has led to plans for building a home-grown Ontario processing facility.

Timmins Daily Press

Flood warning remains

By the end of this week, there could be a favourable change in the current flood warning status in Timmins.

The Sudbury Star

Armed robbery at gas bar

Greater Sudbury Police are asking the public for help as they investigate an early-morning armed robbery at an Esso gar bar in Sudbury on Tuesday.

The Kingston Whig-Standard

Historian travels through time ... in his office

A local military historian has spent the better part of five months following the exploits of a storied 19th-century British regiment, a journey that took him from New Brunswick, through Kingston to northern New York and finally to the Niagara Peninsula -- all without leaving his office at the Royal Military College.