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Calgary Sun

Russia takes aim at McDonald's as U.S. ties worsen

McDonald's burgers and shakes may become the latest victims of worsening ties between Moscow and Washington after a Russian consumer watchdog agency accused the U.S. chain of sanitary violations.

Edmonton Sun

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Ottawa Sun

Official: China tried to hack into Cdn computer system

High-level Chinese hackers recently tried to break into a key Canadian computer system, forcing Ottawa to isolate it from the main government network, a senior official said on Tuesday.

Toronto Sun

Official: China tried to hack into Cdn computer system

High-level Chinese hackers recently tried to break into a key Canadian computer system, forcing Ottawa to isolate it from the main government network, a senior official said on Tuesday.

Winnipeg Sun

Russia takes aim at McDonald's as U.S. ties worsen

McDonald's burgers and shakes may become the latest victims of worsening ties between Moscow and Washington after a Russian consumer watchdog agency accused the U.S. chain of sanitary violations.

London Free Press

Only one eatery taking advantage of the chance to serve customers where cars usually park

A London pilot project allowing downtown restaurants to turn parking spaces into mini-patios has stalled.

24 Hours Vancouver

B.C. premier criticized for Israel support

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

London man charged in parents' murder appears in court

The London man charged with the first-degree murder of his parents was remanded in custody to Aug. 12 following a brief video court appearance Tuesday in Sarnia.

Belleville Intelligencer

UPDATE: 401 re-opened

SHANNONVILLE — A late evening crash on Highway 401 is affecting the morning commute on Highway 2 and in Belleville this morning.

The Barrie Examiner

Bradford man faces impaired charges

BRADFORD – An alert citizen helped police nab an impaired driver here Monday evening.

Peterborough Examiner

Arrest made in Time Square shooting

A man was taken to Peterborough Regional Health Centre for treatment after a shooting Monday afternoon at the Time Square apartment-office complex at Hunter St. E. and Armour Rd.

The Sault Star

March with a mission

Three former Canadian soldiers and veterans are healing post traumatic stress disorder, one step at a time.

Owen Sound Sun Times

Outboard motors theft in Meaford

A pair of outboard motors have been reported from the Georgian Sailing School in Meaford.

Northumberland Today

Residents speak out against gasification plant

More than 300 people packed the auditorium at the Town Park Recreation Centre Thursday to hear a brief presentation from the proponents of a gasification / incineration project proposed for Port Hope, but mainly, they came to have their own say on the controversial project.

North Bay Nugget

Fire destroys home near First and Fisher

A three-storey brick home at 373 First Ave. East was destroyed by fire early this morning.

Orillia Packet & Times

OPP say ‘Move Over’ charges on the rise

Provincial police are “dismayed” at the rising number of “Move Over” charges they have laid.

Cornwall Standard Freeholder

Focus on recreation in South Stormont

Come see for yourself. That's the South Stormont slogan. And what you will see when coming to South Stormont is not only a community with growing development, but a community with a rich recreational future.

Pembroke Daily Observer

Money towards new roof for main hall

The Beachburg Fair committee had something extra to celebrate during this weekend's 157th edition of the annual fair.

The Sarnia Observer

London man charged in parents' murder appears in court

The London man charged with the first-degree murder of his parents was remanded in custody to Aug. 12 following a brief video court appearance Tuesday in Sarnia.

Timmins Daily Press

Timmins Police investigating suspicious death

Timmins Police officers are on the scene of what has been termed “a suspicious death”.

The Sudbury Star

Man couldn't say out of Sudbury liquor stores

Make it five probation orders now for a former Montreal man who stole close to $700 worth of alcohol from the downtown Sudbury Liquor Control Board of Ontario store on three occasions in mid-July.

The Kingston Whig-Standard

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