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Calgary Sun

Karri Ramo backstops Flames to OT win over Flyers

PHILADELPHIA – Another great performance by Karri Ramo.Another clutch win by the Calgary Flames.

Edmonton Sun

Put It on your Plate - Pasta!

We want you to get your hands on $800 worth of participating restaurant gift certificates.

Ottawa Sun

Sensators' Andrew Hammond finally loses in shootout to Wild [Photos]

Not even the NHL’s reigning first star of the month and the hottest team in the league since the all-star break were able to burn the Hamburglar.

Toronto Sun

Mount Everest climbers leaving behind too much poo, says Nepal

KATHMANDU - Six decades after the first conquest of the world's highest peak, tons of rubbish and human waste abandoned by hundreds of Mount Everest climbers is starting to raise a stink.

Winnipeg Sun

Mount Everest climbers leaving behind too much poo, says Nepal

KATHMANDU - Six decades after the first conquest of the world's highest peak, tons of rubbish and human waste abandoned by hundreds of Mount Everest climbers is starting to raise a stink.

London Free Press

Leafs' Dubas slams TSN over Lupul-Phaneuf tweet that aired on TV

The give-a-crap meter surrounding the Leafs is off the charts, if the rant against TSN by assistant general manager Kyle Dubas is any indication.

24 Hours Vancouver

Travelling court delivers B.C. justice

They’ll do it in a church, at a curling rink or on the second floor of a restaurant — anywhere with the space, really — with the provincial court system flying a team of court staff and judge to remote regions of B.C.

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

Students will take part in three-week trip

The Chatham-Kent YMCA was bustling with excitement, and maybe a few nerves, on Tuesday as local youth prepared for the trip of a lifetime.

Belleville Intelligencer

Century Place may have new owners

Quinte Health Care’s fiscal future will become clearer Wednesday as the hospital corporation makes public its latest cost-cutting proposals.

The Barrie Examiner

Legion lends support in Barrie

The Barrie Royal Canadian Legion Branch No. 147 made generous donations on Tuesday to two important local organizations.

Peterborough Examiner

Monsef spent $42,119 on mayoral campaign

Political watchers are finding out this week how much the candidates in the municipal election spent on their campaigns.

The Sault Star

Former director of Sault Area Hospital communications Mario Paluzzi takes retirement in stride

Mario Paluzzi seems shocked he didn’t recall, when reminded, Sault Area Hospital was hosting a significant event the following day.

Owen Sound Sun Times

Garage fire 'not suspicious'

A wooden garage which caught fire, which forced closed Highway 6 north of Berkeley Monday afternoon, is not considered suspicious, Grey County OPP said in a news release.

Northumberland Today

Having an ice time

Icicles formed as a result of the harsh winter we're enduring have taken over eavestroughs around the area.

North Bay Nugget

Winter not over just yet

Before you pull out your bikini and suntan lotion you might need to first find your patience.

Orillia Packet & Times

Jury in Mixemong case weeps with eyewitness

Weeping and wringing her hands on the witness stand, Tuesday, an eyewitness wept as she relived the “senseless” killing of an aboriginal man who was trying to keep the peace.

Cornwall Standard Freeholder

Spring's 'not in a hurry'

We made it through February's record cold days not totally unscathed and things will be looking a little better for March, but only a little.

Pembroke Daily Observer

Pembroke without Greyhound

Pembroke is temporarily without a Greyhound bus station.

The Sarnia Observer

Political author shares findings of exit interviews with MPs

If Canadian politicians question why voter turnout is steadily in decline, Michael MacMillan says all they need to do is look in the mirror.

Timmins Daily Press

Summer concerts to include bonus shows in E. End

The sixth-annual Summer Concert Series kicks off June 24.

The Sudbury Star

Drunk snowmobiler found passed out: Sudbury police

A snowmobiler was so drunk Greater Sudbury Police officers found him passed out beside his machine near Wahnapitae last Tuesday.

The Kingston Whig-Standard

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