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11 Reasons hockey is best

11 Reasons hockey is best

Of course, we all know that hockey really is the best. With NHL pre-season launching this weekend, here's 11 reminders why.

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Consensus eludes nuclear dump hearings

OPG wants to bury 200,000 cubic metres of low- and intermediate-level radioactive waste in a layer of limestone 680 metres deep on the grounds of the Bruce nuclear plant on the shores of Lake Huron.

Consensus eludes nuclear dump hearings

After lengthy public hearings, the debate over a proposed nuclear waste storage site moves to Ottawa when a federal panel submits its...

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Ontario Hockey League commissioner Dave Branch is pictured in this file photo.

OHL to announce mental health program

The Ontario Hockey League is on the verge of implementing a new league-wide mental health program for its players and staff.

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Tastes great, but less filling now runs afoul of the law

Rob Montgomery, manager of The Miller Tavern on Bay St., shows off two of his popular beer sizes, the Happy Hour pint (a 20-ouncer) and the "small," shown on the menu as 14 ounces.

Tastes great, but less filling now runs afoul of the law

A “Fairness at the Pumps” law aimed at ensuring pubs dispense a full pint of beer as advertised is regularly flouted, the Toronto Star’s...

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Frame from YouTube video shows injured security guard at Jackson Square.

VIDEO: Father defends son charged in Jackson Square BMX brawl

“It became a media event, not on my son’s account”

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Transit Windsor: Central 3 detours for Drouillard Road construction

Transit Windsor: Central 3 detours for Drouillard Road construction

Transit Windsor: Central 3 detours for Drouillard Road construction

Transit Windsor is alerting residents and commuters that due to construction on Drouillard Road, the Central 3 buses will be detouring until...

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New managers to oversee acquatics operations at City Hall

New managers to oversee acquatics operations at City Hall

City Hall has hired two new managers to head aquatics operations in Windsor

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Natalie Elliott

The Cambridge teacher is one of the contestants on the second season of “The Bachelor Canada”, which premiered on City Thursday night.

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NDP forces debate in House of Commons on murdered and missing aboriginal women

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Mounties arrest alleged drug-mule recruiter

Mounties arrest Toronto man for allegedly recruiting drug smugglers

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Police arrest 3 in Norwich beer theft

Police arrest 3 after theft of beer worth $25,000 from Ontario business

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Two girls from Lev Tahor left foster care

Two girls from Lev Tahor sect have left foster care in Ontario: police

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Ontario

Man, 70, wanted in fatal Ontario shooting

OPP to give update on shooting death of Caledon, Ont., businessman

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$4.5M sunk into failed court modernization

$4.5M sunk into failed court modernization project in Ontario

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