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15 Excuses people give and what they really mean

Ford supplier to close Oakville plants

Ford announced a $700-million investment to its Oakville plant in September 2013.

Ford supplier to close Oakville plants

Automodular Corp. said the closings come after Ford decided to move the work it was doing under contract in house as part of its new Edge...

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Extent of deadly Enterovirus D68 infections hard to track

Emma Whittal, 3, has had to use an inhaler daily since she was discharged from hospital with suspected EV-D68. She spent four days in Windsor Regional Hospital after suffering from severe breathing problems in mid-September.

Extent of deadly Enterovirus D68 infections hard to track

Health officials don’t know how many Canadian children have been infected with the deadly EV-D68 - because nobody is counting

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Premier Kathleen Wynne pledges action on issue of rogue lawyers: Toronto Star Investigation

John Cottrell, a forensic auditor who worked for the Law Society of Upper Canada from 2007 to 2011, spoke out about his concerns about the law society's high monthly case quotas, which he said made it difficult for investigators to conduct thorough probes of possible lawyer misconduct.

Premier Kathleen Wynne pledges action on issue of rogue lawyers: Toronto Star Investigation

Wynne says the province “will work with” the Law Society of Upper Canada to address questions about the quality of its investigations and...

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Inmate’s death at London jail under investigation

The death of an inmate Sunday at the Elgin Middlesex Detention Centre in London, Ont. — the sixth since 2007 — comes as efforts are being made by former inmates to launch a $325-million class action lawsuit against EMDC.

Inmate’s death at London jail under investigation

The Ontario government and police are keeping secret the details surrounding another death at the troubled Elgin-Middlesex Detention Centre

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MEMORIES

Nanda Guha fondly looks over photos of the cats he raised while owner of Guha's Lions and Tigers Farm in Utterson.

Guha fondly remembers his exotic cats

BRACEBRIDGE — A year after voluntarily giving up ownership of his exotic cats, Nanda Guha says the pain is still fresh.

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McDonald’s CEO buzzing over the launch of his home brew

McDonalds Canada CEO John Betts, with the new McCafe home brew coffees now available at grocery stores. Photographed at the Queens Quay Loblaws store.

McDonald’s CEO buzzing over the launch of his home brew

John Betts tours Loblaws Wednesday to see how Golden Arches coffee is faring now that it’s in supermarkets

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Kathleen Wynne planning China trade mission amid Hong Kong protests

Premier Kathleen Wynne marks the 65th anniversary of the People's Republic of China on Wednesday at Queen's Park.

Kathleen Wynne planning China trade mission amid Hong Kong protests

Premier Kathleen Wynne plans trade mission to China amid pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong

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News From Beyond Windsor

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Ebola case drives North Americans to Google

Googling Ebola: North Americans hunt for virus info after continent's first case

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Ontario

Weapons charge against Trenton man withdrawn

Weapons charge against Trenton man, 36, withdrawn: OPP

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Ontario

Man charged in Hamilton sex assault

Man, 49, charged in Hamilton sex assault dating back to summer of 2010

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Canada

Canada bans some drug imports from India

Health Canada bans some drug imports from India; cites quality concerns

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Canada

New Brunswick reports more election confusion

14 people cast ballots in wrong ridings in New Brunswick election

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OUA Hockey: Lancers down Gryphons 4-2

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