Jan 3, 2013
Holiday debt hangover looms
By the numbers 600,000 - Canadian households with a dangerously high level of debt.
The Toronto Star
Queen's coronation: Other memories
By land and air, in peace and at war, Canadians marked the coronation. Here's a selection from Star readers: "I was in the cockpit of a F86 Sabre jet, one in a formation of 12, in the Royal Air Force/Royal Canadian Air Force fly past over Buckingham Palace as the royal family watched from the balcony," writes J. Laurie Hamilton, 84, who was a ... (more)
Keswick man faces drug charges
A Keswick man is one of six arrested on drug charges following a four-month investigation by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and the Canadian Border Service Agency.
Culture days go nationwide
PERFORMANCE. Georgina Island performers just one of the participants in the Culture Days Georgina event to raise awareness of the vast artistic and cultural talent that contributes to the vitality of our communities.
Memorial wall unveiled
Fallen soldiers. Cpl. Matthew Dinning of Richmond Hill, died in Afghanistan in 2006 while Warrant Officer Robert Wilson of Keswick was killed in there 2008.