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Katherine Hussay marches along the 2014 Scotiabank Toronto Caribbean Carnival Parade route on Lakeshore Boulevard on Saturday. The 2015 parade is set...
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TORONTO EVENTS: 8 things to do this Civic Holiday long weekend (July 31-Aug. 3)

Welcome to the unofficial halfway point of summer: the Civic Holiday long weekend. We're in between...

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Health | 12 hours ago

Responsibility falls to doctors to prescribe and dispense controversial abortion drug

Some doctors might have ethical concerns about administering it or fear reprisals because of past attacks on...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Tara Deschamps
Canada | 20 hours ago
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Drought affects forests for years: study

Dry trees: Study says drought affects forests for years, changes climate models

Community | 22 hours ago
Providing sanctuary

King City animal sanctuary saves horses from slaughterhouse

Dog Tales Rescue and Sanctuary owner able to save 14 horses, a mule and a donkey from the slaughterhouse.

King Connection | by Tim Kelly
News | Jul 30, 2015
Back in the boat

Hamilton’s Marilyn Korzekwa’s success in becoming first person to swim from Nova Scotia to New Brunswick to PEI benefits Good Shepherd Centre

Last Sunday morning, Korzekwa became the first person to swim from Nova Scotia to New Brunswick and then Prince Edward Island...

Ancaster News | by Debra Downey
Canada | Jul 30, 2015
Abortion pill approved by Health Canada

Abortion pill approved by Health Canada

Abortion pill RU-486 approved by Health Canada: Huffington Post Canada report

Money Matters | Jul 30, 2015
Are you ready for a career change?

WEALTH MATTERS: Change your career without destroying your financial life

You shouldn't spend most of your days doing work that doesn't fulfill you, no matter how much money you make doing it. But...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Randy Cass
Community | Jul 30, 2015

What's in the wet dog smell

DIDUHEAR - After a dip in the bay to cool down, your dog may no longer be the best friend you love to cuddle – thanks to his...

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Ontario | Jul 29, 2015

Ontario Métis face higher cancer risk: study

Ontario Métis face higher cancer risk than non-aboriginal residents: study

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