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Interpaving Limited and the city of Greater Sudbury are headed to trial for the death of a pedestrian on Elgin Street almost two years ago. A date of Jan. 9 was set in assignment court at the Sudbury Courthouse. The trial will be heard in the Ontario Court of Justice, not...

source: The Sudbury Star

A health unit in a northern Ontario community is putting life-size cardboard cutouts of women nursing their children around the city in the hope it will help reduce the stigma around breastfeeding in public. Meagan Potvin, a nurse...

source: National Post

Canadians with secret overseas bank accounts could soon find themselves at risk of being exposed by a new international agreement designed to help catch tax cheats. Under the Common Reporting Standard, dozens of countries...

source: CBC News

Town Council’s approval of the 2016 Active Transportation Capital Program just made getting around Oakville on foot or by bike even easier. “Council and I are proud to be adding 28 kilometres to the plan’s existing 185...

source: Oakville News

Ontario’s legislators should consider living up to their responsibility to keep an eye on what the premier and her ministers are up to, the province’s financial watchdog advises. Stephen LeClair uses just about the...

source: Ottawa Citizen

Sounds like Day 1 of the provincial government’s committee hearings on the Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act was a bit of an eye opener. In a video posted to Etobicoke Centre Liberal MPP Yvan Baker’s Facebook page, Liberal MPP...

source: Global News


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