Early morning fire rips through family home in Essa Township

BARRIE — A family has been displaced after an early morning fire tore through their home in Essa Township. Emergency crews responded to the

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China reopens more schools, revives flights as new cases flatline

BEIJING — China on Sunday reported five new cases of the coronavirus, as the commercial hub of Shanghai announced the restart of some classes

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City of Windsor building department using digital means to keep construction moving

WINDSOR, ONT. — As industries across Ontario start to resume work activities, constructors and home builders say they’re anxious to get back on schedule.

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Flames ink Wolf to three year deal

CALGARY — The Flames announced Friday that they have signed goaltendeer Dustin Wolf to a three year entry level contract. Wolf, a native of

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Gun-toting protesters storm Michigan Capitol, dennounce stay-at-home measures

LANSING, MICH. — The Republican-led Michigan Legislature refused Thursday to extend the state’s coronavirus emergency declaration and voted to authorize a lawsuit challenging Democratic

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Public safety alert issued after suspected overdoses, deaths involving unknown narcotic

TORONTO — Police have issued a public safety alert saying that two people have died and multiple people have become ill after taking narcotics

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South Korea reports single-digit rise in infections: report

BANGKOK — South Korea on Sunday reported eight more cases of the coronavirus, the first time a daily increase has dropped to a single

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The Big Appeal of Small City Vacations

NewsUSA@NewsUSA.com (NewsUSA) (NewsUSA) – If you live or work in a big city, you may be reluctant to travel across the ocean to another

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What happened to the big cats of ‘Tiger King’?

With their sanctuary closed to visitors, the most excitement four male tigers got on a chilly but sunny April afternoon was the shattering sound

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Will jotted on napkin at Sask. McDonald’s is valid, judge says

SASKATOON — A Saskatchewan man’s undated will written on a McDonald’s napkin is a valid document, a judge ruled. “In Saskatchewan, holograph (handwritten) wills

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