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  • Mother charged in death of son swept away in swollen Ontario river (Child-River-Death)

    Mother charged in death of son swept away in swollen Ontario river (Child-River-Death)

    The mother of a toddler swept into a raging river during flash flooding in Ontario earlier this year has been charged in her son’s death, police said Thursday. Ontario Provincial Police said they conducted a long and thorough investigation into the death of three-year-old Kaden Young, who drowned in the Grand River near Orangeville, Ont.,

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  • Killer rapist Paul Bernardo set for parole bid after 25 years in prison (Bernardo-Parole)

    Killer rapist Paul Bernardo set for parole bid after 25 years in prison (Bernardo-Parole)

    Paul Bernardo, whose very name became synonymous with sadistic sexual perversion, is expected to plead for release on Wednesday by arguing he has done what he could to improve himself during his 25 years in prison, mostly in solitary confinement. Designated a dangerous offender, Bernardo, 54, became eligible for parole in February but has so

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  • Anatomy of a new industry

    Anatomy of a new industry

    SMITH FALLS – The talk about the horrors of letting the marijuana monster out of its cage in your community has now changed to, “how do we tame it and capitalize on it,” and the small town of Smith Falls, Ontario, population 9,000, is one of those early success stories. Like most small communities, finding

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  • Opinion: Conservative media framing public opinion in constitutional case

    Opinion: Conservative media framing public opinion in constitutional case

    Lawyers for the woman seeking millions in support from Grand River Enterprises co-owner Ken Hill have been working overtime — linking arms with conservative media friends to frame her case and bring it into the court of public opinion. Beavers lawyer Joanna Radbord told Sam Pazzano of the Toronto Sun that Hill is trying to

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  • Cannabis is legal again?

    Cannabis is legal again?

    Canadians are calling it legalization but after reading over the many new laws coming into effect today it appears that Canada is still criminalizing cannabis users by adding dozens of new regulations that may negatively impact lives. For people who regularly smoke and drive it looks like Ontario has taken a cookie cutter approach and

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  • Two spirit/Indigiqueer author Joshua Whitehead makes waves with ‘Jonny Appleseed’

    Two spirit/Indigiqueer author Joshua Whitehead makes waves with ‘Jonny Appleseed’

    TORONTO — Calgary author Joshua Whitehead says he thinks Canadian/Indigenous literature is in the midst of a major shift as his novel “Jonny Appleseed” makes waves on the book-awards circuit. On Wednesday, “Jonny Appleseed” (Arsenal Pulp Press) was named a finalist for the Governor General’s Literary Award for fiction, after making the long list for

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  • Monument unveiled during IRSS Celebration

    Monument unveiled during IRSS Celebration

    A beautiful turtle sculpture created by an Anishnaabe artist has been permanently placed in Nathan Phillips Square as part of commemorating residential school survivors. TORONTO — The Indian Residential School Survivors Legacy Celebration has commenced within the streets of Toronto, Solomon King, an artist of Anishnaabe descent, crafted the monument under the Council Fire’s direction

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  • The untold history of cannabis

    The untold history of cannabis

    Diving into the history of this prohibited substance, there seems to be a lot of grey area on the subject of marijuana and its history. However, this plant has made impressions on cultures and in mythologies across the globe. The plant is referenced in medicine, ceremony, spirituality and recreation. One of the oldest references of

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  • Six Nations wants more Arts opportunities in the community

    Six Nations wants more Arts opportunities in the community

    SIX NATIONS — Six Nations members want more focus on Haudenosaunee traditions, language and to see more art on display in the community. These are just some of the findings Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corp’s Community Planning team summarized after community consultations sessions for Arts & Culture. According to the report the

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  • Beloved oral health duo reach retirement

    Beloved oral health duo reach retirement

    SIX NATIONS — The Gane Yohs Medical Centre Boardroom was open to the community to wish both Dr. Crane and Iris Macdonald well in their respective retirements on Friday, October 5. The emotional celebration allowed patients that have had their oral health taken care of by the duo to enjoy the time to wish them

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