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Thursday, April 22, 2021

Freeland’s optimism about OECD tax deal on digital services ‘has increased a lot’

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TORONTO — Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland says the government's new digital services tax on large corporations is a step forward as Ottawa works toward...

Celebrating Earth Day 2021: Let’s Talk About Climate Change & Health

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“Climate change is the biggest global health threat of the 21st century, and tackling it could be our greatest health opportunity.” - The Lancet Have...

OREA: Federal Budget Targets Money Laundering, Encourages Home Renovations

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David Oikle, President of the Ontario Real Estate Association issued the following statement yesterday on the 2021 Federal Budget which targets money laundering, encourages...

Ontario Takes Steps to Strengthen Post secondary Education in Northern Ontario

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Ontario Takes Steps to Strengthen Post secondary Education in Northern Ontario Proposed changes will make Northern Ontario School of Medicine and Université de Hearst independent,...

Cogeco CEO eager to learn outcome of CRTC review of mobile wireless industry

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TORONTO — The CEO of Cogeco Inc. and its internet and cable TV subsidiary said Wednesday that they are eager to learn whether Canada's...

Sault Fire Services give tips and train for grass fires (6 photos + video...

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Sault Fire Services wants to remind citizens it is the time of year where grass fires are more frequent. Fire Prevention Officer Aaron Gravelle has...

Police in Thunder Bay, Ont., start using body cameras; in-car cameras to come

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THUNDER BAY, Ont. — Police officers in Thunder Bay, Ont., are wearing body cameras starting today. The force says the devices will eventually be worn...

ES Notre-Dame-du-Sault student winner of the Loran Scholarship | Une finissante de l’école secondaire...

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Amelia Spacek, a grade 12 student at l’école secondaire Notre-Dame-du-Sault (Sault Ste. Marie), is among the Canadian students selected for the prestigious Loran Scholarship....

Canadian scientist Drucker honoured with international award for diabetes research

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TORONTO — A Canadian scientist has won an international award for helping to revolutionize treatments for type 2 diabetes, obesity and intestinal disorders. University of...

ADSB Technology in Schools increases to 1:1

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Algoma District School Board Technology in Schools increases to 1:1 Devices for Students in Grade 6 to Grade 10 At Tuesday night’s Algoma District School...
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