Barrie Transit offers field trip passes to local elementary schools

Barrie Transit is now offering field trip passes to 10 elementary schools, allowing teachers to take their students on trips to local buildings and

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Four months, 40 municipalities, 12,000 kilometres: what I learned travelling across B.C. for local politics

You know that old advertising campaign where you’d see some spectacular part of British Columbia, different every time, and somebody would turn awkwardly to

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Edmonton veers toward 40 km/h speed limit on local residential roads

The speed limit on local, residential roads in Edmonton may be lowered to 40 km/h in the near future since city council’s community and

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TEC Edmonton celebrates successful year turning local research into new businesses – Edmonton

It’s one thing to be a gifted researcher, but turning innovative ideas into products ready for market is a complex challenge. As 2018 comes

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Tweed mayor voices concern after pot-growing licences granted without local approval – Kingston

A few new farms have sprouted in Tweed, Ont., without the approval of the mayor. Tweed Mayor Jo-Anne Albert received complaints about the cultivation

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Local actor lands lead role in musical world premiere at Theatre Calgary – Calgary

Calgary actor Katie McMillan was just trying to get through the end of her final semester of high school when an opportunity to perform

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Local World War II vets honoured

Parks Canada and The Royal Canadian Navy are honouring Canadians for their significant contributions during the Second World War. Jeremy Keefe reports. Source link

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New CBC president says future of public broadcasting is local and online

Catherine Tait, CBC/Radio-Canada’s first female president sat down with CBC Radio host Stephen Quinn to talk about the future of public broadcasting in the digital

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Small acid leak in Trail, B.C., marks 3rd local spill in 6 months

A portion of Highway 22 was briefly closed east of Trail, B.C., after a small leak of sulphuric acid on Saturday — the third spill on

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Okotoks asks citizens to install deer-counting app to help track local population

The Town of Okotoks is asking volunteers to download a new mobile app to help count the number of deer in the area next weekend.

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