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Today's editions of Sun newspapers and CANOE partners.

Calgary Sun

Air Algerie flight reported missing over Africa

Spanish private airline company Swiftair on Thursday said it had lost contact with one of its airplane operated by Air Algerie with 110 passengers and six crew members on board.

Edmonton Sun

Letters re-direct from home

Letters place holder

Ottawa Sun

Air Algerie flight reported missing over Africa

Spanish private airline company Swiftair on Thursday said it had lost contact with one of its airplane operated by Air Algerie with 110 passengers and six crew members on board.

Toronto Sun

Air Algerie flight reported missing over Africa

Spanish private airline company Swiftair on Thursday said it had lost contact with one of its airplane operated by Air Algerie with 110 passengers and six crew members on board.

Winnipeg Sun

Air Algerie flight reported missing over Africa

Spanish private airline company Swiftair on Thursday said it had lost contact with one of its airplane operated by Air Algerie with 110 passengers and six crew members on board.

London Free Press

Gone Country proves a huge hit opening four-day Rock The Park at Harris Park

Beach balls, halter tops, short, cut-off denim shorts and shirts, cowboy and cowgirl boots and hats, smiles and sunshine.

24 Hours Vancouver

Big drop in Vancouver bank robberies

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

It takes a village to keep a child safe

Seventy-five dollars could save a child's life.

Belleville Intelligencer

Ex-Mountie for falling sentencing

The lawyer representing a former Mountie charged with a slew of weapons offences said his client did not plead guilty to charges in court Tuesday, contrary to some media reports.

The Barrie Examiner

Man, 49, dies in Oro-Medonte Township crash

A 49-year-man was pronounced dead at the scene following a dirt bike crash Wednesday night.

Peterborough Examiner

Peterborough crime severity sixth lowest of Canada's census metropolitan areas

Peterborough had the sixth lowest crime severity rate in 2013 out of Canada's 34 census metropolitan areas, figures released Wednesday by Statistics Canada indicate.

The Sault Star

UPDATED: Strathclair Farm preparing for the future

Jennifer Irwin came to Sault Ste. Marie with her fiance this past November. At the time, the former member of the Canadian Equestrian Team's short list in 1999, didn't know what she was going to do.

Owen Sound Sun Times

Surfers flock to Kincardine to enjoy prime wave conditions created by northwest winds

Well over a dozen surfers took to Kincardine's Station Beach to enjoy some mid-summer surf by way of kiteboarding, paddleboarding and riding the waves.

Northumberland Today

More employees on County payroll

As the Northumberland County level of government provides more services to member municipal governments, it is growing significantly in size.

North Bay Nugget

Gun laws changes in the works

Public Safety Minister Steven Blaney says he is working on a new piece of legislation that would cut some of the red tape for legal gun owners while continuing to protect Canadians.

Orillia Packet & Times

Orillia OPP return to old-school policing

A team of four OPP constables have gone back to the “old-school style” of policing.

Cornwall Standard Freeholder

Seaway International Bridge demolition to impact traffic

Where do I go and how do I get there?

Pembroke Daily Observer

The 411 on Civic Centre Days

PETAWAWA –The combining of Civic Centre Days with RibFest created a summer festival attended like none other, staff told council recently.

The Sarnia Observer

Gene linked to women’s heart disease

Research at Western University in London could open the door for female-specific treatment of heart disease.

Timmins Daily Press

Roof repairs for last Hollinger House

With all the rain we've been having in Timmins this summer, it's hardly surprising to find a leaky roof.

The Sudbury Star

Column: Sudbury man on hunger strike

The use of medical marijuana is a subject many people don't want to weigh in on. Neither did I under I heard from Alexander Stewart.

The Kingston Whig-Standard

Brigantine revives traditional send-off

Kingston resurrect a treasured nautical tradition early next month when the brigantine St. Lawrence II leaves for an East Coast tour.