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Calgary Sun

Canadians act very Canadian at outlandish Media Day

Luke Willson doesn’t rate a Media Day podium. Not yet, anyhow.

Edmonton Sun

‘Put it on Your Plate’ contest

The Edmonton Sun is giving you one of the best reasons for taking a selfie with your food — money.

Ottawa Sun

City pays $8.8M in claims over six months

The city paid out more than $8.8 million in claims in the last six months of 2014, according to a report published Tuesday.

Toronto Sun

Man falls into Niagara gorge while taking nap

A lack of “common sense” and alcohol were likely factors in a man’s decision to take a nap on a small ledge on top of the Niagara gorge early Tuesday, authorities say.

Winnipeg Sun

Canadians act very Canadian at outlandish Media Day

Luke Willson doesn’t rate a Media Day podium. Not yet, anyhow.

London Free Press

Food truck pilot project on track

City council voted unanimously Tuesday to move closer to having food trucks on London streets this summer.

24 Hours Vancouver

Group calls on Burnaby, province to limit payday loan outlets

One fingerprint left on a Living Dead Doll has resurrected a Surrey home break-and-enter case from 2010.

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

Infrastructure Ontario still re-evaluating former Chatham jail

With the historic site currently under evaluation, the future of Chatham's former jail and courthouse property is still up in the air.

Belleville Intelligencer

Hawks to sport pink

Organizers are hoping a little pink in the rink goes along way to raising money to help battle cancer.

The Barrie Examiner

Clearview residents express disappointment in council, saying Pride flag should be flown

CLEARVIEW TWP. – The local Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Questioning (LGBTQ) community is upset that the Township of Clearview hasn’t agreed to fly the Pride flag during this summer’s Simcoe Pride Week.

Peterborough Examiner

Soil is a finite resource

Anyone who enjoys gardening knows there are some basic elements required to produce healthy plants. These include adequate light, appropriate amounts of water and good soil. Arguably, the latter could be considered the most important.

The Sault Star

Health care coordinators may walk the picket line

Health care coordinators at 10 Community Care Access Centres, including in Sault Ste Marie, may be on strike as early as Friday.

Owen Sound Sun Times

CITY COUNCIL: Transit, strategic plan and events

With the future of the transit depot still up in the air, city council asked staff Monday to present a strategy for finding alternate uses for the building.

Northumberland Today

Owner says he was lied to about cats' fate

An emergency meeting of the Shelter of Hope board members has been called as a result of inappropriate action which took place regarding a number of cats.

North Bay Nugget

Court report

Legal principle still stands - Rodgers

Orillia Packet & Times

Clearview residents express disappointment in council, saying Pride flag should be flown

CLEARVIEW TWP. – The local Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Questioning (LGBTQ) community is upset that the Township of Clearview hasn’t agreed to fly the Pride flag during this summer’s Simcoe Pride Week.

Cornwall Standard Freeholder

London police officer Sandasha Ferguson takes fight against bullying to YouTube

She drives a cruiser, carries a gun and went to high school with actor Ryan Gosling.

Pembroke Daily Observer

Pembroke prunes Communities in Bloom

Pembroke council has pruned the Communities in Bloom program.

The Sarnia Observer

Westbound car traffic on Blue Water Bridge dropped in December

The Canadian dollar is down these days, but a Port Huron official says cross-border visitors haven't disappeared from the community that sits on the Michigan end of the Blue Water Bridge.

Timmins Daily Press

Giving youth the reins to stay

There’s nothing to do in Timmins. It’s boring. All the young people leave.

The Sudbury Star

NDP in Sudbury keep up PET scan pressure

The Liberal government needs to announce Greater Sudbury is getting a Positron Emission Tomography (PET) Scanner before Sudbury riding voters go to the polls Feb. 5, says the New Democratic Party candidate in the riding.

The Kingston Whig-Standard

$2M donation largest received by St. Lawrence college

St. Lawrence College receives its largest gift to date.