City Gives New Parks and Recreation Plan The Go-Ahead

City Council unanimously passed a new Parks and Recreation Master Plan during Monday evening's meeting. This plan - which covers covers all aspects of parks...

The 20th Annual Big Wish Lottery Officially Launched

The Group Health Centre Trust Fund is thrilled to announce that the 20th Annual Big Wish Lottery (Lic. 11332) has officially launched. This year, to...

Barring inmates access to clean needles unconstitutional, activists to argue

TORONTO — Barring drug-using federal prisoners from access to clean syringes puts them at risk for serious diseases and violates their rights, an Ontario...
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Compliments fresh-cut vegetables recalled due to possible Listeria

OTTAWA — The Canadian Food Inspection Agency say Sobeys Inc. is recalling Compliments brand fresh cut vegetable products due to possible Listeria contamination. The products,...

SSM Paramedics Support Movember Campaign

On November 1st, 2019, Paramedics from the Sault Ste. Marie Fire Service – Emergency Medical Services Division once again picked up their razors and...

Harriet Tubman biopic includes her Underground Railroad trek to Canada

TORONTO — During her superhuman treks to help enslaved friends and family flee Maryland for freedom via the Underground Railroad network, American abolitionist Harriet Tubman...

High-intensity exercise improves memory in seniors, researchers find

TORONTO — A new study suggests intense, heart-pumping workouts can improve memory in older adults. Researchers at McMaster University studied the impact of exercise on 64...

NDP’s West calls for action to save lives in opioid overdose crisis in Northern...

QUEEN’S PARK- Jamie West, NDP MPP for Sudbury, held a press conference on Thursday before debate of his private member’s motion, which calls on...
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Ontario autism expert panel recommends some caps on services

TORONTO — An expert panel is recommending that some limits on services remain in a new Ontario Autism Program. The panel, made up of parents,...

Long-term care waiting lists will grow despite the addition of new beds: FAO

TORONTO — Ontario's fiscal watchdog says long-term care waiting lists will continue to grow even as the government plans to add 15,000 new beds. The Financial Accountability...

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