Living library
Six tables are set up inside the St. Thomas Elgin Public Art Centre, where individual living books - people with a story to tell, share their...
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Telling true tales of finding a new life

Mark Spowart

It took Ath Sem two weeks on foot to reach the border. In that time he had to scavenge for food,...

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Cases of Lyme disease surge in Ontario

Confirmed cases more than double as black-legged ticks make GTHA home

Hamilton Spectator | by Diana Zlomislic
Canada | 4 hours ago
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Good health care a must for refugees: doctors

Doctors gearing up to provide Syrian refugees with much-needed primary health care

Canada | 4 hours ago

Study looks at risk variables for lung cancer

Alberta-based study looks at how to screen for those at risk of lung cancer

Canada | 4 hours ago
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Old logbooks examined for climate clues

Researcher examines old logbooks for climate clues

Have you made a bad investment?

WEALTH MATTERS: What the 'Usual Suspects' has to do with bad investments

Most people just don't know how much they're being charged to invest and a lot of people I talk to think they're paying... | by Randy Cass
Education | 6 hours ago
My Body, My Choice

Almaguin students win fight against sexist dress code

Out-of-date dress code values energized a group of Almaguin Highlands Secondary School students to make a change.

Almaguin News | by Rebecca Zanussi
Columns | 14 hours ago
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Retailers should do more to fix errors: Roseman

Large chains such as HBC, Sears and Lowe's can let down customers with their mistakes. They must do more to fix them

OurWindsor.Ca | by Ellen Roseman
Community | 19 hours ago

Guelph children’s book author wins national literary prize

The Canadian Children’s Book Centre announced the winners of its seven English-language children’s book awards last week, and...

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