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Calgary Sun

Alberta Premier Jim Prentice to sell government air fleet [Photos]

Alberta Premier Jim Prentice says he and his new cabinet have decided to sell the controversial government fleet of planes.

Edmonton Sun

Letters re-direct from home

Letters place holder

Ottawa Sun

Rihanna to CBS: 'F-- you' for pulling my NFL song

"F-- you" was Rihanna’s response to CBS after it yanked Jay Z’s Run This Town from its Thursday night NFL broadcast last week.

Toronto Sun

Rihanna to CBS: 'F-- you' for pulling my NFL song

"F-- you" was Rihanna’s response to CBS after it yanked Jay Z’s Run This Town from its Thursday night NFL broadcast last week.

Winnipeg Sun

Rihanna to CBS: 'F-- you' for pulling my NFL song

"F-- you" was Rihanna’s response to CBS after it yanked Jay Z’s Run This Town from its Thursday night NFL broadcast last week.

London Free Press

Black candidate, Mo Salih, breaks silence on campaign racism in London

Mo Salih didn’t want to have this conversation.

24 Hours Vancouver

B.C. schools deal reached

The number of new car sales in B.C. is tracking towards near-record levels achieved prior to the 2008 recession, according to industry officials.

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

Bandido appeal not easy pitch

A drunken attack on two friends that left one bleeding from the neck got a man jailed for 23 months on Monday in Sarnia court.

Belleville Intelligencer

Infrastructure project delayed in QW

QUINTE WEST - The city is delaying a major infrastructure project after tenders nearly doubled the price of reconstructing a three-kilometre stretch of Old Highway 2.

The Barrie Examiner

International Plowing Match kicks off near Ivy

The International Plowing Match and Rural Expo 2014 (IPM) begins today and runs until Saturday. The event, which celebrates agriculture and rural living across Ontario, is expected to draw 100,000 visitors.

Peterborough Examiner

Vote notes: Monsef to hold Q&A at campaign office

Mayoral candidate Maryam Monsef will meet with voters Wednesday at her new campaign office, 270 George St. N. at King,

The Sault Star

Essar receives Ontario Superior Court’s approval Tuesday

The Ontario Superior Court’s approval Tuesday of Essar Steel Algoma Inc.’s recapitalization and refinancing plan “paves the way” for “substantial” equity infusion and refinancing of the entire capital structure, the company says.

Owen Sound Sun Times

New Markdale hospital a go

Health Minister Eric Hoskins announced in Markdale Tuesday afternoon that a new hospital will be built in the southern Grey County community.

Northumberland Today

Break-in at Baltimore church

Northumberland OPP are investigating a break-in at the Baltimore United Church Monday night or early Tuesday morning.

North Bay Nugget

Cassellholme at centre of new facility

The Cassellholme Board of Management has signed a memorandum of understanding to look at developing a new model of community long-term care with the city, Canadore College and the North Bay Regional Health Centre.

Orillia Packet & Times

International Plowing Match kicks off near Ivy

The International Plowing Match and Rural Expo 2014 (IPM) begins today and runs until Saturday. The event, which celebrates agriculture and rural living across Ontario, is expected to draw 100,000 visitors.

Cornwall Standard Freeholder

Nine new inductees

Nine athletes will be inducted into the South Stormont Sports Hall of Fame on Saturday.

Pembroke Daily Observer

OPP release name of woman killed in crash near Renfrew which closed Highway 17 for several hours

On Sept. 14, 2014 at 11:10 pm, officers of the Renfrew detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) responded to a fatal crash on Highway 17 at Bruce Street in Horton Township.

The Sarnia Observer

Day of Caring kicks off United Way campaign

The Day of Caring crew got to work early Tuesday morning in the basement of an office building in the former Our Lady of Mercy School building on Durand Street in Sarnia.

Timmins Daily Press

Traffic stop leads to drug charges

A Timmins man is facing drug-related charges following a traffic stop by Ontario Provincial Police on Hwy. 17.

The Sudbury Star

Car stolen in Sudbury found in Marathon

A car stolen in Sudbury was found partially in the ditch along Highway 17 near Marathon on the weekend.

The Kingston Whig-Standard

Council candidate withdraws from race

Ruth Wannemacher has withdrawn from the council race in Pittsburgh district citing personal reasons.