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20 things daughters should say to their mom

20 things daughters should say to their mom

1. Is it whites and colours in warm/warm or warm/cold or cold/cold? Because all my underwear are already...

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Ontario’s Child Advocate demands more power to probe abuse

Ontario Child and Youth Advocate Irwin Elman is seeking enhanced powers to compel agencies to provide information on difficult cases.

Ontario’s Child Advocate demands more power to probe abuse

Proposed new investigative powers fall short of protecting the province’s most vulnerable children and youth, says Irwin Elman

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The provincial government stated Tuesday it is seeking an 80 per cent reduction in hectares planted with neonicotinoid-treated corn and soybeans, key Ontario crops, by 2017.

Buzz created by province’s stated pollinator protection plan

The Ontario government’s announcement it was severely restricting the use of a category of insecticides said to be killing bees has revealed...

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Police recovered a body from this creek, just off Seabreeze Crescent.

Family of missing man says body not their son’s

Despite some similarities between missing 19-year-old Harmanjit Singh and a body discovered Monday, identification remains elusive.

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Ford says decision soon as ‘stars are aligning’ for PC bid

Former Toronto mayoral candidate Doug Ford says he would "add a little spice" to the race if he were to run for the Progressive Conservative leadership in 2015.

Ford says decision soon as ‘stars are aligning’ for PC bid

Doug Ford says he is still deciding whether to seek the Progressive Conservative leadership and he will make up his mind by Thursday

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The Hamilton John C. Munro International Airport

Safety board probing emergency landing of Cargojet plane

Tense few minutes for emergency crews waiting for aircraft to land in Hamilton.

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US STEEL

US Steel Skyway Bridge John Rennison The Hamilton Spectator 11/5/13

U.S. Steel seeks court approval for pension plan

Stelco retirees worried about the future of their pensions will learn Wednesday how the company plans to deal with their claims.

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Lynne Harper

Lynne Harper is shown in this undated file photo.

‘Viable suspect’ explored in murder that saw Steven Truscott wrongfully convicted

A retired OPP officer believes there is a credible suspect in the 1959 murder of Lynne Harper, a crime Steven Truscott was convicted for,...

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Ontario planning to cut use of pesticide linked to bee deaths by 80 per cent

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