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Boil water order to continue until at least Sunday evening: Saint John Water

Saint John Water officials say residents living east of the Reversing Falls Bridge will have to wait until Sunday evening at the earliest before a boil water order is lifted. 366 more words


Ontario couple killed in Tennessee wildfires were set to celebrate 50th wedding anniversary

Canadians John and Marilyn Tegler, the parents of Woodstock Fire Chief Scott Tegler, were set to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary before they were tragically killed with 11 others in the wildfire-ravaged city of Gatlinburg, Tennessee. 488 more words


How to Paint Cold War Canadians

After consuming a steady diet of Deucitshland 83′ and the lovely book First Clash by Kenneth Macksey, I decided that it was time to add to my 1/32 Cold War armies with some Canadians. 255 more words


Young Ontario mother was about to buy her dream home. Now she's dead and her baby is clinging to life

Susana Dumitru and her husband Razvan had a meeting scheduled this week to finalize the purchase of their new London home.

Life had been going great for the young couple since they immigrated to Canada from Romania in the spring. 535 more words


Search and rescue aircraft announcement could take heat off Liberals on fighter jet controversy

The process to buy new fixed-wing search and rescue planes for the Canadian military is in its final stages and is now set to be announced by the Liberal government. 611 more words


Little hiking

As opposed to big hiking. Where I come from, “hiking” means strapping on a pack and heading into the wilderness for a few days, practically being a nomad. 219 more words

Ontario ombudsman investigating solitary confinement in jails after 'serious issues raised'

TORONTO – The Ontario ombudsman has opened an investigation into how the province tracks and reviews the placement of inmates in solitary confinement in its jails. 204 more words