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Once a successful police officer, Peter Moore now works for himself as a private investigator.
Jul 18, 2014 | Add Comment | Peterborough This Week

Ex cop's addiction to prescription medication cost him his career

Todd Vandonk

PETERBOROUGH-- Peter Moore might as well have been shooting up heroin because he would do anything...

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Community | Jul 18, 2014
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Windsor Pride launches program aimed at ending LGBT youth suicide

A local organization is trying to raise awareness of suicide amongst lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender youth.

OurWindsor.Ca | by Sean Previl
Health | Jul 18, 2014
Nearly half of Ontario inmates have suffered brain injury

Nearly half of Ontario inmates have suffered brain injury

Study shows serious head blows, which can change behaviour, are a "sleeper issue" in criminology

OurWindsor.Ca | by Jane Gerster
Community | Jul 17, 2014
VIDEO: Adventure Bay welcomes its 100,000th customer

VIDEO: Adventure Bay welcomes its 100,000th customer

Adventure Bay Family Water Park welcomed its 100,000th customer Thursday, six-year-old Sydney Meloche of Cottam.

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Community | Jul 17, 2014
Transit Windsor: Bus detours for 2014 Colour Run

Transit Windsor: Bus detours for 2014 Colour Run

Transit Windsor is alerting residents and commuters that due to 2nd annual Colour Run, several detours will be in effect...

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Ontario | Jul 16, 2014
Ottawa woman gets anonymous donation to treat rare autoimmune disease

Ottawa woman gets anonymous donation to treat rare autoimmune disease

’Thank you just doesn’t cover it,’ Stephanie Headley says of $128,000 gift that will help her get treatment for systemic...

Kanata Kourier-Standard | by Gemma Karstens-Smith
Health | Jul 16, 2014

Canada’s new nutrition labels: Five things to know

Health Canada wants to make it easier for you to see how many calories — and how much added sugar — lurk in your favourite...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Megan Ogilvie
Community | Jul 16, 2014
Case examined

Newmarket author pens book about landmark murder case

Calvin Mollett is shedding light on one of South Africa’s darkest murder cases. The Newmarket resident and his brother,...

Newmarket Era | by Chris Simon
Community | Jul 16, 2014
Kingston shark?

Lake Ontario 'shark' video prompts warning from Liberal minister

KINGSTON — Is it a freshwater-friendly bull shark . . . or just plain bull?

Mississauga News | by Rob Ferguson

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