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12 pets ready for the holidays

12 pets ready for the holidays

  As the rest of us trim the tree and rush to finish that last minute shopping, these holiday-ready pets are all set for the big...

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KEN STONE

Ken Stone, a Hamilton social justice activist, says he was harassed by two CSIS agents who probed him about his visit to Iran after he penned an op-ed piece published in The Spectator. He's looking forward to his pre-hearing with the independent body that investigates CSIS complaints.

CSIS agents' visit to Hamilton man's home ‘cause for alarm'

Ken Stone, longtime social justice activist, is looking forward to pre-hearing into his complaint about Canada's spy agency

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Latest gas plant revelations zero in on three key players

Peter Faist, with his girlfriend Laura Miller, a key member of former premier Dalton McGuinty’s office, insists he was just doing what he was hired to do — scrub hard drives in the premier’s office.

Latest gas plant revelations zero in on three key players

The latest revelations in the Ontario Provincial Police investigation of deleted documents in the gas plants scandal centre on three key...

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Franklin Expedition discovery brings multimedia exhibit to the ROM

Cannons and loose timbers on the starboard stern of the HMS Erebus. Parks Canada underwater archaeologist Filippo Ronca measures the muzzle bore diameter of one of two cannons found on the site, serving to identify this gun as a brass six-pounder.

Franklin Expedition discovery brings multimedia exhibit to the ROM

A 3D replica of the HMR Erebus bell, pop-up displays and first-hand accounts are all part of the Franklin Outreach Project that starts in...

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Mark Webber

The Kitchener man is paralyzed by a mysterious ailment.

Mysterious ailment paralyzes Kitchener man

Seeing their brother suffer is terrible, but the anguish is made even worse by having no answers for why Mark Webber became paralyzed and...

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5 scandals that have shaken Queen’s Park

The gas plant scandal is the latest controversial file to plague Queen's Park.

5 scandals that have shaken Queen’s Park

From Ipperwash to Ornge, here's five scandals that gripped the ruling party of Ontario

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Can ketchup follow in the gentrified trail of mustard?

Can ketchup follow in the gentrified trail of mustard?

Can ketchup follow in the gentrified trail of mustard?

Ketchup is following mustard's lead and going upscale. But in Ontario, it's a sad story with the closure of Heinz Canada. We explore the...

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Windsor Police arrest shoplifter with assist from alert citizen

Windsor Police arrest shoplifter with assist from alert citizen

Windsor Police arrest shoplifter with assist from alert citizen

Windsor Police have arrested a 44-year-old man for shoplifting at Toys R Us Wednesday afternoon after a customer alerted staff the theft was...

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