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'We’ve opened the door': Reconciliation Bridge ceremony brings Indigenous and settler communities together

It was an event more than a year in the making as local Indigenous leaders gathered in Calgary on Saturday for the official renaming of the Reconciliation Bridge. 433 more words

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Woman suffers serious injuries after ATV tips over near Metcalfe

A woman was taken to the trauma centre in serious but stable condition on Saturday night after suffering head and shoulder injuries after an ATV tipped over, the Ottawa Paramedic Service said. 30 more words

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One man dies, two survive after getting lost in Bas-St-Laurent

A simple walk to explore a fishing area turned into a nightmare for three men in the Bas-St-Laurent region.

Léon Drapeau, a 75-year-old resident of Mount Carmel, who has been missing since last Tuesday, was found dead Saturday morning in the forest by a hiker in a wooded area near the border of Maine. 163 more words

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No major health issues for runners during Day 1 of race weekend, paramedics say

All runners got through Day 1 of the Tamarack Ottawa Race Weekend safely, the Ottawa Paramedic Service tweeted on Saturday night.

The two-, five- and 10-kilometre events were held Saturday, and that night at 10 the paramedics reported that they had responded to just six on-course calls, all during the 10K run. 52 more words

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Midwest Has Sharpest Gas Price Hikes But West Coast Most Expensive During Memorial Day Weekend

Gas prices have soared, and some areas of the country are feeling it more than others.

The sharpest price hikes have hit the Midwest. Over the past month, the average price per gallon of gas in Michigan has shot up 32 cents, more than any other state. 520 more words

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Trenton: Dueling PorkRoll festivals 2018


Trenton’s 5th annual dueling pork roll festival’s 2018

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Thousands turn out for Trenton’s 5th annual Pork Roll festival’s located at the Trenton social & Mill Hill Park Saturday, May 26, 2018… 33 more words

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PC candidate's election signs burned in Bancroft

It appears Daryl Kramp doesn’t have unanimous support in Bancroft.

The Ontario Provincial Police are investigating after three of the Hastings-Lennox Addington Progressive Conservative candidate’s Election Canada signs were torched. 127 more words

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