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  1. Designer George Cuthbertson crafted sleek, speedy sailboatsRead the original story w/Photo

    11 min ago | The Globe and Mail

    ... served aboard the eight-metre sailboat, which was skippered by David Howard to victory in course races held on Lake Ontario. The Royal Canadian Yacht Club of Toronto reclaimed a trophy that had been held by the Rochester Yacht Club since 1903. Mr. ...


  2. hope the BPL player who mo...Read the original story

    27 min ago | Effingham Herald

    Kawhi Leonard could have been devastated by losing last seasons NBA Finals. Instead, he vowed to get better.


  3. Womena s Hockey Draws With Princeton10/20/2017 - The Providence...Read the original story w/Photo

    46 min ago | Providence Friars

    ... through the slot and was able to beat Madison Myers (Colchester, Vt) on the backhand. - Christina Putigna (Grimsby, Ontario) leveled the score about five minutes later. She picked up a turnover near the blue line, skated in on goal and scored on the ...


  4. Educators across Canada being asked to #TeachLikeGordRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | 680News

    ... away from a residential school in 1966. Gaddis says fellow staff at St. Anne's Catholic Secondary School in Clinton, Ontario are preparing to bring the story Chanie Wenjack into the classroom. "We have a geography teacher in our school who is ...


  5. Seized lobster destined for Chinese buyersRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The Chronicle Herald

    Legal lobsters are loaded for export at Gateway Facilities near Stanfield International Airport in this 2014 photo. The lobsters seized in a Monday raid at Halifax Stanfield international airport were purchased by a Chinese company for export to Asia.


  6. How Bill Morneau went from political star to Liberal liability because of loopholesRead the original story

    1 hr ago | National Post

    ... safe answer to this question so I do not get in trouble?" said Claude Lamoureux, the former President and CEO of the Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan, who has known Morneau professionally for years. "Maybe they should ask a friendly journalist: What ...


  7. Sturgeon River-Parkland candidates face off in forumRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | St. Albert Gazette

    Four candidates vying for the federal seat Rona Ambrose left vacant made their case to the community on Thursday night. The candidates spoke for two hours at the Morinville Cultural Centre at a forum hosted by the Morinville Chamber of Commerce and tackled questions ranging from abortion to North Korea over a two-hour debate.


  8. Halifax artist's work added to exhibitRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | The Chronicle Herald

    Teto Elsiddique of Halifax was awarded one of two honourable mention prizes this week in the RBC Canadian Painting Competition. A jury of Canadian artists, curators and art directors gathered in Ottawa to select the winners, according to a news release.


  9. Canadian writer-director Chris Craddock apologizes after 'rape culture' confessionRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | The Chronicle-Journal

    Canadian actor, writer and director Chris Craddock is apologizing after admitting on social media that he has "acted as though women were objects." Earlier this week, the Edmonton-based, Kitchener, Ont., native posted on his personal Facebook page that he "contributed to rape culture."


  10. Strike: Campus leaders at Fanshawe, St. Clair join push for Wynne...Read the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | The London Free Press

    Student leaders at eight of Ontario's 24 community colleges have gone to the top - to Premier Kathleen Wynne herself - to demand an end to the nearly week-long strike in the college network that's shut 500,000 students out of class. In an open letter Friday to Wynne and Advanced Education Minister Deb Matthews of London, the student government leaders including from Fanshawe College in London and Windsor-based St. Clair College - are calling on the Ontario Liberals and bargaining officials to meet with them next week.


  11. 'It feels heavy': Gord Downie's brothers speak about their lossRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | CTV

    ... -- an album, graphic novel and animated film about Ojibway boy Chanie Wenjack, who died after escaping a northern Ontario residential school in 1966. "Secret Path" was part of his work as an advocate for reconciliation with Indigenous people. It won ...


  12. BLOG: Everything you need to know about the Bombers ahead of Saturday's game against the ArgosRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | GlobalNews

    Taylor Loffler of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers during the game at New Mosaic Stadium in Regina, SK, Saturday, July 1st, 2017. They are trained to react this way, to shake off the mental image and physical pain of a teammate lost, to get back to work and soldier on as usual.


  13. Pediatric Ophthalmologist Dr. Kim Cooper Announces Strabismus Lecture ...Read the original story

    2 hrs ago | GlobeNewswire

    ... University Hospital and her fellowship in pediatric ophthalmology at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, Ontario. Since then, Dr. Cooper has held volunteer teaching positions at both Lucille Packard Children's Hospital and Stanford University ...


  14. Pierre Trudeau ally Michael Pitfield was Canada's top bureaucratRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Globe and Mail

    For Michael Pitfield, the good fortune of his public life was that he and Pierre Trudeau became close friends and intellectual allies long before the future prime minister entered politics. They advanced almost in lockstep, Mr. Trudeau to 24 Sussex Drive, Mr. Pitfield to the most powerful bureaucratic offices in the land.


  15. Story from NorthCountryNow.comRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | North Country Now

    St. John's Conservatory Theater, now in their fourth season, present the all-singing, all-dancing musical comedy "Kreepy Hollow" for a one week run at the OFA Auditorium in Ogdensburg, NY. Based on Washington Irving's classic short story "Sleepy Hollow" about a headless horseman rising from the dead, this production opens The musical is set in the 1860's along the St. Lawrence River, when the first appointed female teacher, Miss Ichaboda Krane , takes over the ghostly schoolroom built on-top of a sacred Iroquois burial ground.


  16. Lothlorien's Susan Grange dies at 63Read the original story

    3 hrs ago | HarnesRacing

    Standardbred Canada is reporting that Standardbred owner and Canadian equestrian icon Susan "Sue" Grange of Cheltenham, Ont., died on Thursday, Oct. 19, at the age of 63. Raised in a subdivision by the lake in Mississauga, Ont. Grange wasn't born a country girl.


  17. U.S. doctor not impartial enough to testify in Brampton life support case: judgeRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | CBC News

    An American doctor who says he doesn't believe in brain death will not be allowed to serve as an expert witness in the case of a woman whose family is fighting to keep her on life support after a Toronto-area judge found he could not be impartial. "The very issue of this case is the determination of brain death," which Dr. Paul Byrne opposes, Ontario Superior Court Justice Lucille Shaw said Friday.


  18. Thousands of Canadians live in the U.S. on NAFTA permits. What happens if Trump kills the treaty?Read the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | The Toronto Star

    They are engineers, scientists, architects, and doctors among more than 50 additional occupations that fall under the "TN" immigration category created by NAFTA, a deal Donald Trump has threatened to terminate. Albertan Rami Abou Ghanem, left, and Mike Doherty of Cambridge, Ont., both live in the U.S. under "TN" status.


  19. Morneau gets chippy as the light is shone on his financesRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | The Toronto Star

    ... voting shares in that Alberta company are held by Morneau, while two-thirds are held by another numbered company in Ontario, of which Morneau is the sole owner. It is registered to Morneau at Morneau-Shepell's business address in Don Mills. Nearly ...


  20. Orr? Espo? Dryden? Nope, Downie's favourite hockey player was Laverne HennessyRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | 680News

    ... death Tuesday night. "I guess he had the moves." A longtime opponent from Downie's youth hockey days in eastern Ontario, Hennessy played four games for the OHL's Cornwall Royals in 1982-83. "I hated him, he hated me, but really we liked each other, ...