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Today's editions of Sun newspapers and CANOE partners.

Calgary Sun

We're following Duffy, and it's making us angry: Survey

As dull and dragging as it's sometimes been, Canadians are following the trial of suspended Sen. Mike Duffy with interest, a new poll suggests.

Edmonton Sun

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Ottawa Sun

We're following Duffy, and it's making us angry: Survey

As dull and dragging as it's sometimes been, Canadians are following the trial of suspended Sen. Mike Duffy with interest, a new poll suggests.

Toronto Sun

We're following Duffy, and it's making us angry: Survey

As dull and dragging as it's sometimes been, Canadians are following the trial of suspended Sen. Mike Duffy with interest, a new poll suggests.

Winnipeg Sun

We're following Duffy, and it's making us angry: Survey

As dull and dragging as it's sometimes been, Canadians are following the trial of suspended Sen. Mike Duffy with interest, a new poll suggests.

London Free Press

From Grace to hockey references Tragically Hip rocks jammed Budweiser Gardens fully, completely

The Tragically Hip were fully and completely at one with the fans at a jammed Budweiser Gardens on Friday night.

24 Hours Vancouver

Richmond spends $382K to fight parking thief

Last month, one of three buildings that make up the iconic Vancouver East Cultural Centre formally avoided being torn to the ground with council approving nearly a million dollars for its renovations.

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

Dr. Bill Wall performed 1,885 liver transplants in a stellar 40-year medical career that helped put ‘little old London’ on the world transplant map

Dr. Bill Wall was part of a team that performed medical miracles in London and gave it the unassailable reputation as the transplant capital of Canada.

Belleville Intelligencer

Opening teens' eyes to domestic violence

The local women’s shelter helped 131 women last year.

The Barrie Examiner

Barrie tactical officers called to Golfdale Road in north end

An apparent late-afternoon altercation between two men led to a police tactical team visit, Friday evening.

Peterborough Examiner

City looks to buy Harvey's site for $1.2M to expand Millennium Park in the future

The city may be buying the Harvey's restaurant property on Water St. soon to eventually add it to Millennium Park.

The Sault Star

Budget designed to reduce debt, burden on taxpayers

When Blake Richards was growing up in Heyden, the small community north of Sault Ste. Marie boasted a school with more than 200 students, a mini-mall, several restaurants, a gas station, hotel, sawmill, bakery, ski hill and lake-side resort.

Owen Sound Sun Times

New airport deadline approaches

A deadline for the Wiarton-Keppel International Airport is fast approaching as the interim manager's contract runs out in less than two weeks.

Northumberland Today

Get live Port Hope Panthers updates this weekend

The Port Hope Panthers are heading to Essex this weekend for Games 2 and 3 of the Ontario Hockey Association Schmalz Cup junior ‘C’ championship series.

North Bay Nugget

Child finds needles

An elementary student was walking to school when he made a startling discovery.

Orillia Packet & Times

Barrie tactical officers called to Golfdale Road in north end

An apparent late-afternoon altercation between two men led to a police tactical team visit, Friday evening.

Cornwall Standard Freeholder

Dominion Place construction to restart

The brightly coloured mural barrier at the northeast corner of Second and Pitt streets has been removed, but it doesn't mean you won't see it, or parts of it, pop up in other locales of Cornwall.

Pembroke Daily Observer

Pembroke Regional Hospital honours volunteers

The Pembroke Regional Hospital (PRH) shone the spotlight on its volunteers Thursday evening, as it held its annual appreciation dinner for them.

The Sarnia Observer

Dr. Bill Wall performed 1,885 liver transplants in a stellar 40-year medical career that helped put ‘little old London’ on the world transplant map

Dr. Bill Wall was part of a team that performed medical miracles in London and gave it the unassailable reputation as the transplant capital of Canada.

Timmins Daily Press

TADH gets boost to purchase medical power tools

The importance of fundraising for new equipment at the Timmins and District hospital was hammered home this week by TADH Chief of Staff Dr. Harry Voogjarv, during a news conference at the hospital hosted by the hospital’s foundation.

The Sudbury Star

Sudbury Accent: Where does your garbage go?

Mmmmmm, dinner is served.

The Kingston Whig-Standard

Brewing up controversy

Local breweries are voicing some praise and some concern for the Ontario government’s announcement Thursday to sell beer in some grocery stores and make the Beer Store’s shelves less restrictive to producers.