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S&P/TSX composite rebounds while U.S. markets fall further a day after heavy losses

TORONTO — Volatility continued to grip North American stock markets as a rebound of the technology and base metals sectors supported a recovery in...

Thursday APH reporting new cases and slight increase to active count

On Thursday Algoma Public Health confirmed 15 new cases of COVID-19 and a negligible increase of one (1) to the active bringing total to...

Headlines Thursday, May 19

Heidi Ivany brings you up to speed with a quick look at news under 2 minutes https://youtu.be/MgN3B09R4xM

Sault Resident Wins Over $52,000!!

James (Jim) Penfold of Sault Ste. Marie has that “6/49 feeling” after winning a LOTTO 6/49 second prize worth $52,201.40 in the March 5,...

Thunderbirds begin Centennial Cup tournament tonight vs Flin Flon

It all starts tonight! The Soo Thunderbirds will play their opening game of the 2022 Centennial Cup tournament (Presented by Tim Hortons) tonight at 6:00...

City answers the question- Could roadwork projects suffer from inflation seen elsewhere?

Headlines from across the province include information about inflation affecting everything from food to gas prices. In Essex, Ontario, 30 minutes outside of Windsor, one...

First Local – Thursday, May 19

The weekend is almost here! Join Heidi Ivany and Craig Huckerby for your first look at local news, weather and events. On today's show gas...

Ontario NDP leader Andrea Horwath tests positive for COVID-19

The leader of the Ontario New Democratic Party says she has tested positive for COVID-19. Andrea Horwath says she tested positive on a rapid test...

Inflation could put more Canadians at risk of going hungry, say experts

TORONTO — Experts and advocates anticipate that more Canadians could be at risk of going hungry as inflation continues to outpace many consumers' grocery...

Advance voting locations open in Ontario as leaders fan out across the province

Advance voting locations open today in Ontario as party leaders fan out across the province to pitch voters on their platforms. Voting day is officially...
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Survey: Basketball is the sport of choice for bettors in Ontario

TORONTO — Over three in 10 Ontario residents are betting on sports at least once a week and their activity of choice is the...

Over first quarter of season, Jays’ strong pitching has made up for middling offence

TORONTO — Several one-run victories by the Toronto Blue Jays in April have helped offset a May slide that has left the team hovering...

European formula not yet on store shelves despite temporary Health Canada allowance

TORONTO — Measures to keep Canada's stretched baby formula supplies from spiraling into a widespread shortage like that seen in the United States are...

Bryan Adams is heading out on a cross-Canada tour later this year

TORONTO — Bryan Adams is hitting the road in Canada with a cross-country tour set to kick off in the summer. This follows the release...

Western University taking steps to address sexual violence, change culture on campus

Western University says it will fully re-evaluate its orientation week activities and appoint a special advisor to address culture and safety following two reviews...

Canadians rethink pandemic subscriptions amid return to favourite pastimes

TORONTO — Aretha Greatrix had to do a double take last month, when she got a text message and email thanking her for renewing...
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