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Calgary Sun

Premier Jim Prentice set to cut Alberta's trade offices

“In the world we’re in now there’s got to be a lot of discipline around the Alberta government’s expenses, a lot of discipline,” says Prentice. “It’s not something people have been accustomed to hearing but they’re hearing it now, loud and clear.”

Edmonton Sun

Letters re-direct from home

Letters place holder

Ottawa Sun

Forbes releases 'The NHL's Best Fans' rankings [Photos]

Forbes releases 'The NHL's Best Fans' rankings

Toronto Sun

Forbes releases 'The NHL's Best Fans' rankings [Photos]

Forbes releases 'The NHL's Best Fans' rankings

Winnipeg Sun

Forbes releases 'The NHL's Best Fans' rankings [Photos]

Forbes releases 'The NHL's Best Fans' rankings

London Free Press

Ghomeshi charged in sex assaults

A pair of Lambton OPP officers were injured after they responded to a family disturbance in Warwick Township Tuesday night.

24 Hours Vancouver

Blooming response to B.C. market coupon program

About 94% of local shoppers who think Black Friday brings lower prices will be disappointed to know little is often offered in real savings, according to a Vancity credit union report released Monday.

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

Lambton OPP officer treated in hospital and released

A pair of Lambton OPP officers were injured after they responded to a family disturbance in Warwick Township Tuesday night.

Belleville Intelligencer

Police blotter: B&E, car-vs-deer collision

Break and enter

The Barrie Examiner

Barrie man faces impaired driving charge

A silent starting pistol has been cocked, well before the writ is to be dropped.

Peterborough Examiner

Woman loses $2K to mystery shopper scam

A local woman fell for a “mystery shopper” scam earlier this month, city police report.

The Sault Star

Tires stolen

City police are investigating an incident that occurred in the 400 block of Trunk Road where five tires were stolen from a vehicle parked in that lot.

Owen Sound Sun Times

Grey County councillors say goodbye

There were lots of goodbyes and even a few tears shed at Tuesday's Grey County council meeting.

Northumberland Today

Santa comes to Colborne

Colborne welcomed a very special visitor to town on Saturday, Nov. 22.

North Bay Nugget

Police continue investigation

North Bay police are continuing an investigating into an incident at Northgate Shopping Centre Monday when a female pedestrian was struck by a vehicle.

Orillia Packet & Times

Former college president latest candidate eyeing new Barrie-Springwater-Oro-Medonte riding

A silent starting pistol has been cocked, well before the writ is to be dropped.

Cornwall Standard Freeholder

Santa visits for tree-lighting in Ingleside

Santa Claus is coming to Ingleside. Though traditionally he arrives with a full parade, the Ingleside Santa comes out one special day each year for a pre-Christmas visit.

Pembroke Daily Observer

PBIA invites all to Shop the Neighbourhood

The Pembroke Business Improvement Area is inviting everyone to come downtown and Shop the Neighbourhood Nov. 28-29.

The Sarnia Observer

Lambton OPP officer treated in hospital and released

A pair of Lambton OPP officers were injured after they responded to a family disturbance in Warwick Township Tuesday night.

Timmins Daily Press

Two charged for theft from vehicles

Timmins Police Service has made two arrests in connections with theft from parked vehicles.

The Sudbury Star

Navy League hall parking woes continue

The parking woes continue at the former Navy League hall at 19 Regent St., which is now known as the Events Centre.

The Kingston Whig-Standard

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