Ontario Newswire (Page 11)

Ontario Newswire (Page 11)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Ontario. (Page 11)

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  1. Lake Superior mysteryRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | TwinCities

    The French sailors' spirits must have been running high as they headed out onto Lake Superior on that November day 99 years ago. After a long journey from France in what would turn out to be the waning days of World War I, the 100-plus men made up the crews of three brand-new minesweepers built for the French Navy at a shipyard in Fort William, Ontario .

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  2. Uber's self-driving cars hit Toronto streets today - in manual modeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Toronto Star

    ... in Toronto, creating a third hub and its first outside the U.S. for the company's AV ambitions. Last year, Ontario became the first province in Canada to allow on-road testing of AVs. The Ministry of Transportation's pilot program permits approved ...

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  3. Looking for service providers? There's a map for that.Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Baytoday.ca

    A new interactive map that allows users to explore the many community, administrative and service provider boundaries in the northern regions of Ontario has been launched. The Northern Ontario Boundary Map is loaded with features for users, including the ability to see multiple administrative boundaries at once, obtain information on various organizations, use snippets of the map for papers and print, and share the map on social media.

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  4. Construction worker flying Confederate flag at work site just to piss people off booted from jobRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Raw Story

    A construction worker who decided to fly the Confederate flag at his work site for "shits and giggles'" is now out of a job, reports the CBC . On Monday, CBC reporter Adam Carter caught Keith Lipiec flying the controversial flag at a work site in Hamilton, Ontario, which led to Lipiec's dismissal.

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  5. Conservatives prepare to 'ramp up' campaign against Morneau's tax-reform planRead the original story

    Yesterday | National Post

    A wide range of professionals - doctors, farmers, plumbers, landscapers, convenience store owners and more - are set to take a big tax hit if the proposals go through Conservative leader Andrew Scheer, speaking, with his new leadership team, left to right: Candice Bergen, house leader, Chris Warkentin, deputy house leader, Alain Rayes, Quebec political lieutenant, Lisa Raitt, deputy leader, and Mark Strahl, whip. As protests grow from business groups over the government's proposed tax crackdown on private corporations, the Conservatives are getting ready to launch their own campaign against it.

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  6. Helping Canadians keep score: RBC introduces free credit scores and...Read the original story

    Yesterday | PressReleasePoint

    ... reaches consumers and businesses in more than 30 countries around the world on five continents. Based in Burlington, Ontario, TransUnion provides local service and support throughout Canada. Through the power of information, TransUnion is working to ...

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  7. At Pebble Beach, the Mecca of classic-car showsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Globe and Mail

    A bright fuschia-coloured Rolls Royce with pure-white interior was just one of the many head-turning new cars on display. They are known as the Dawn Patrol - the rabid disciples who brave the chilly 6 a.m. ocean mist to witness the parade of some of the world's most cherished classic automobiles roll onto the 18th fairway of the Pebble Beach Golf Links.

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  8. Canadian politicians go for that #SolarEclipse2017 photo opRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The London Free Press

    ... was a bit of a spectacle in its own right, with what looked like sunglass-wearing zombies staring at the bright sky. Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne looked up in Thunder Bay, Ont., as she visited Science North with school children. She may have been ...

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  9. ClubLink owner not concerned about Glen Abbey oppositionRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Globe and Mail

    ... Gate golf course in a joint venture with a local homebuilder. "It went through the same thing-had to go through the Ontario Municipal Board and all of that. It is now approved," Sahi said. The next hurdle for the Glen Abbey proposal is a planning ...

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  10. Canadaa s Shapovalov and Auger-Aliassime open with wins at US Open qualifierRead the original story

    Yesterday | Lethbridge Herald

    Shapovalov, from Richmond Hill, Ont., posted a 6-3, 6-4 victory over American Denis Kudla while Felix Auger-Aliassime of Montreal defeated Japan's Hiroki Moriya 6-3, 6-3. The 69th-ranked Shapovalov is seeded second in the qualifying draw after his breakout performance at the Rogers Cup in Montreal.

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  11. Locals Demand Answers About Welcome Center For Illegals In Their CityRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Daily Caller

    Citizens of the border city of Cornwall, Ontario want to know why Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government has put a welcome center for illegal refugees in their backyard. Locals crowded a special city council meeting Monday night with questions about why a conference center is being used to accommodate some of the asylum seekers pouring across the New York-Quebec border, hoping to attain refugee status in Canada.

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  12. Levels of opioid prescriptions for pain in Southwestern Ontario...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The London Free Press

    The region, spanning public-health offices from Windsor to Sarnia-Lambton, London-Middlesex and Elgin County, is cornering the market on opioid prescriptions for pain with more than 180,000 of the narcotic prescriptions spanning the five health units. A report by the Ontario Drug Policy Research Network found the number of people prescribed an opioid remained relatively constant over the past five years: 1.95 million people, or one in seven Ontarians, treated with the potentially addictive medications in 2016.

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  13. York U Summer Institute to explore education, diversity and social outcomes at Canada 150Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | York University

    ... and administrative staff, and more than 295,000 alumni. York U's fully bilingual Glendon campus is home to Southern Ontario's Centre of Excellence for French Language and Bilingual Postsecondary Education.

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  14. MPs Visit Erwin Hymer to View Autonomous RVRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | RV Business

    Erwin Hymer Group North America Inc. recently welcomed several members of Parliament to discuss plans for the first autonomous RV. According to a press release, officials included Minister of Transportation Marc Garneau along with the Minister of Small Business and Tourism Bardish Chagger and Marwan Tabbara, a member of Parliament for Kitchener-South Hespeler.

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  15. Billy Corgan announces sophomore solo album, "Ogilala"; plans fall tour datesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WOZZ-FM Appleton

    Billy Corgan has finally revealed the details of his long-teased Rick Rubin -produced new album. The sophomore solo effort from the Smashing Pumpkins frontman -- who's going by William Patrick Corgan nowadays -- is titled Ogilala , and it'll be released October 13. Your first preview of Ogilala comes in the form of the piano ballad "Aeronaut," which you can download now digitally.

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  16. Canadian citizenship grant upheld for immigrant doctor living in the U.S.Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Northern Life

    ... a position, and therefore had no choice but to go to the United States. He said he had as many as 50 relatives in Ontario, including a Canadian wife, maintained a home in Brampton, Ont., and planned to live permanently in Canada as soon as his ...

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  17. Stars supporting new LP with intimate shows in NYC, LA & TorontoRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Brooklynvegan

    Stars have announced some intimate shows in support of their upcoming album , which is called There Is No Love In Fluorescent Light and due out in October via Last Gang/eOne. They're doing three nights in Brooklyn, two in Toronto, and three in LA.

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  18. Nudnik upcycles used materials for colourful kids' clothesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Globe and Mail

    Enter Toronto twin sisters Lindsay and Alexandra Lorusso, whose father Carl Lorusso co-founded the waste management company Wasteco in 1978. Lindsay and Alexandra, who grew up in Tottenham, Ont., began working for their dad in their early 20s, learning firsthand about material excess and waste.

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  19. Congrats extended on Ring of Fire road plan 0Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Northern Ontario Business

    The province's long-awaited rollout of a Ring of Fire road plan was welcome news to those with a vested interest in seeing Far North development. "Building these roads is an important step in realizing the economic benefits of one of the biggest mineral-development opportunities in Ontario," said Acting Thunder Bay Mayor Linda Rydholm.

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  20. Shapovalov wins 1st-round qualifier at U.S. OpenRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CBC News

    Denis Shapovalov, shown here at the Rogers Cup, won his first-round qualifying match against American Denis Kudla 6-3, 6-4 on Monday afternoon. Shapovalov, from Richmond Hill, Ont., posted a 6-3, 6-4 victory over American Denis Kudla while Felix Auger-Aliassime of Montreal defeated Japan's Hiroki Moriya 6-3, 6-3.

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