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Calgary Sun

Meryl Streep gets her groove on for 'Into the Woods'

Being a good actor wasn't enough to be considered for the film version of the Broadway hit, Into the Woods. You had to be a good actor who could also sing, and what's more, sing songs by Steven Sondheim — those witty, wordy puzzles of fierce emotion and clockwork timing.

Edmonton Sun

Letters re-direct from home

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Ottawa Sun

Meryl Streep gets her groove on for 'Into the Woods'

Being a good actor wasn't enough to be considered for the film version of the Broadway hit, Into the Woods. You had to be a good actor who could also sing, and what's more, sing songs by Steven Sondheim — those witty, wordy puzzles of fierce emotion and clockwork timing.

Toronto Sun

Meryl Streep gets her groove on for 'Into the Woods'

Being a good actor wasn't enough to be considered for the film version of the Broadway hit, Into the Woods. You had to be a good actor who could also sing, and what's more, sing songs by Steven Sondheim — those witty, wordy puzzles of fierce emotion and clockwork timing.

Winnipeg Sun

Meryl Streep gets her groove on for 'Into the Woods'

Being a good actor wasn't enough to be considered for the film version of the Broadway hit, Into the Woods. You had to be a good actor who could also sing, and what's more, sing songs by Steven Sondheim — those witty, wordy puzzles of fierce emotion and clockwork timing.

London Free Press

Public pay, public scrutiny

As an undergraduate student 30 years ago, I served as my university’s new “ombudsmun.” The Association of Canadian Colleges and Universities had recently introduced this 200-year-old Swedish concept to promote fair mediation and impartial investigation between students and the institution. The University of Saskatchewan paid me a monthly $50 honora

24 Hours Vancouver

Kindness contagious in Vancouver challenge

For the last three years, Vancouver resident Marc Smith has issued a simple challenge: complete one act of kindness.

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

Lakes Huron, Michigan unusually high

Water levels in Lakes Huron and Michigan are bucking the seasonal trend by remaining high when they normally drop.

Belleville Intelligencer

Cyclist killed on Hwy. 49

A man riding a bicycle is dead after he was struck by a van on Highway 49, around 6:50 a.m. Friday.

The Barrie Examiner

Finishing touches being done on Barrie's new outdoor waterfront rink

Barrie is set to bring in the new year with an old pastime.

Peterborough Examiner

Pedestrian killed on 401 in Port Hope

A male pedestrian was struck and killed Friday afternoon by an eastbound vehicle on Hwy. 401 west of Ontario St. near Port Hope.

The Sault Star

College teams up with Brazilian schools

Sault College is developing another round of relationships with Brazilian post-secondary institutions.

Owen Sound Sun Times

Walmart to match kettle drive donations Saturday

The Salvation Army in Owen Sound is hoping Walmart’s Fill The Kettle Day Saturday will give its local kettle campaign the boost it needs to reach its goal.

Northumberland Today

Storm management pond can't be deepened

Fencing at a storm management pond at Foote Crescent and Brooke Road South will be replaced this winter, weather permitting.

North Bay Nugget

$800 in power tools shoplifted

West Nipissing Police are seeking the public's help to identify this suspect in a Dec. 9 shoplifting from the Canadian Tire Store in Sturgeon Falls. Police say $800 worth of power tools were taken and a suspect was caught on video entering the store and a rear storage room with tools in hand. Anyone with information is asked to call the service at

Orillia Packet & Times

Local man dies in Caribbean

Search crews are scrambling to retrieve the body of a local man who died while swimming in a treacherous area off the coast of the small Caribbean Island of Saint Thomas, last week.

Cornwall Standard Freeholder

Vehicle crashes into UPS story window

It was a lucky thing no one was hurt on Thursday when a vehicle jumped the curb and crashed into the UPS Store's front window. General Manager Marnie McKinney said it happened about 4 p.m. when the driver of a vehicle used the gas instead of the brake and went through the window.

Pembroke Daily Observer

Tenants live without heat

Pembroke's downtown merchants are rallying around a number of their own who have been stuck without heat since October.

The Sarnia Observer

Lakes Huron, Michigan unusually high

Water levels in Lakes Huron and Michigan are bucking the seasonal trend by remaining high when they normally drop.

Timmins Daily Press

Schumacher Lions show spirit of giving

The Timmins Police Service is looking to increase frontline officers’ access to non-lethal weapons.

The Sudbury Star

Walden driver had drugs, OPP alleges

A Walden man is facing drug-related and traffic charges following a traffic stop on Highway 69 in Shawanaga First Nation earlier this month.

The Kingston Whig-Standard

Cyclist killed on Hwy. 49

A man riding a bicycle is dead after he was struck by a van on Highway 49, around 6:50 a.m. Friday.