Re-zoning plan looks to legalize more secondary suites

It’s about to get easier to become a multi-unit landlord in Orillia. The City of Orillia has decided to legalize more secondary suites in

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Seeing London in A New Light – Travel

NewsUSA@NewsUSA.com (NewsUSA) (NewsUSA) – “People are looking for magic in their lives and to experience something that stays with them forever,” says Helen Marriage,

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New Saskatoon bus route travels between four malls during Christmas

Holiday shoppers will soon be able to jingle all the way to the mall until Boxing Day. The Jingle Bell Express is set to

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Gas leak prompts police to evacuate all 17 floors of Morningside highrise

All 17 floors of a Morningside highrise have been evacuated following a “significant” gas leak in the building. Speaking to CP24 on Monday morning,

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A house fire started in the dryer machine

A fire that started in a dryer caused thousands of dollars worth of damage in Saskatoon on Sunday. The Saskatoon Fire Department says the

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Fresh questions about reboot of an underground Cape Breton coal mine

Michael MacDonald, THE CANADIAN PRESS Published Sunday, December 10, 2017 2:44PM AST HALIFAX — At the rugged eastern edge of Cape Breton, the twin

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‘Joy, satisfaction and sense of worth’: Art therapy used to combat Alzheimer’s

For many people, painting is a hobby. For people with Alzheimer’s and dementia, it can be therapy. Stephen Myers has Alzheimer’s, a neurological disease

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Peru captain Paolo Guerrero gets 1-year ban for doping, misses World Cup

ZURICH — Peru captain Paolo Guerrero will miss the World Cup after FIFA banned him for one year over a positive test for cocaine.

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Vandals badly damage N.B. burial ground with important connection to black community

The historic Black Settlement Burial Ground in Willow Grove, N.B., has been struck by vandals. Ralph Thomas grew up in the area and has

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