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Calgary Sun

Style pops of autumn-inspired colours [Photos]

The trees are turning beautiful shades of red, yellow and orange - maybe it’s time for your wardrobe to do the same.

Edmonton Sun

Letters re-direct from home

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Ottawa Sun

Gifting at second wedding

DEAR AMY: I was recently married to a wonderful man. This is a second marriage for both of us. Our first marriages were difficult and lasted more than 20 years.

Toronto Sun

Gifting at second wedding

DEAR AMY: I was recently married to a wonderful man. This is a second marriage for both of us. Our first marriages were difficult and lasted more than 20 years.

Winnipeg Sun

Style pops of autumn-inspired colours [Photos]

The trees are turning beautiful shades of red, yellow and orange - maybe it’s time for your wardrobe to do the same.

London Free Press

Denise Brown campaign off to late start

A personal decision could create a political challenge for a city council incumbent who may be in for a fight in the Oct. 27 election.

24 Hours Vancouver

Killer wanted guilty plea reversed

Ninderjit Singh, a man who killed his girlfriend in Vancouver and then fled to the United States and assumed a new identity — before his arrest 12 years later — tried to reverse his guilty plea in court by arguing his earlier pleading was “invalid” since it wasn’t voluntary, informed and unequivocal.

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

OMA president shares vision with local physicians

It may be common for your doctor to discuss your medical condition with your pharmacist and home care nurse, if Dr. Ved Tandan's vision for improving the health system catches on.

Belleville Intelligencer

VIQ: Ample opportunities

Fall is upon us and we have many agencies and groups looking for volunteers to assist with programs and events. Both long and short-term positions are available. Contact us today and learn how you can get involved, 613-969-8862.

The Barrie Examiner

Barrie mayoral candidates debate the issues

The four-man race for Barrie's next mayor was whittled down to three candidates, maybe two, at least on Wednesday night.

Peterborough Examiner

Author Jane Urquhart launches Trent University's Writer Reading Series

An award-winning author drew such a big crowd for her Peterborough reading that the location had to be changed before she even arrived.

The Sault Star

Lambert named CEO of GHC

Sault Ste. Marie, ON – The Group Health Centre Board of Directors is pleased to announce the appointment of

Owen Sound Sun Times

GBHS computer system expansion creating 16 new jobs

Grey Bruce Health Services Owen Sound site will soon be housing two million patients – and creating at least 16 new jobs.

Northumberland Today

Cox to share war stories

When Bewdley's Bruce Cox talks about the Second World War, he’s not quoting research or history books — he was there.

North Bay Nugget

Incumbent peppered with questions

Al McDonald didn't have to steal the spotlight at Wednesday's mayor's debate, his three opponents steered it his way.

Orillia Packet & Times

Ward 2 council hopefuls talk dollars and sense

Issues of affordability – whether they pertained to the city’s pocketbook or the pocketbooks of its many cash-strapped residents – dominated Wednesday night’s discussion between Ward 2 council hopefuls.

Cornwall Standard Freeholder

City, MCA sign memorandum

Many meetings later, sparked by the unexpected intrusion of waterfront chemical storage tanks, the city and Akwesasne have formally signed a partnership.

Pembroke Daily Observer

Awards celebrate beautification

What makes the Communities in Bloom program so successful in Pembroke year after year is the hard work of the volunteers and residents.

The Sarnia Observer

Province urged to unleash paramedics

Ontario’s health minister could cure some of what ails overcrowded ERs if he expands a program that enables paramedics to treat patients in their homes and keep them out of hospital, early results suggest.

Timmins Daily Press

Revamped blasting protocol working at Hollinger

An incident that launched a fist-sized rock through a Goldcorp Porcupine Gold Mines employee's vehicle last July caused the mining company to completely revamp its blasting procedures.

The Sudbury Star

Man charged in Sudbury player's death in court

The Lively man facing impaired driving charges in a motor vehicle accident Aug. 21 that killed an 18-year-old hockey player will make his next court appearance Oct. 15.

The Kingston Whig-Standard

Plea to public

The family of a man who died as result of a dirt bike crash in July hope the public will come forward and help his four sons, aged 21, 19, 16 and 13.