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Canada Post has asked the courts to strike down Hamilton’s mailbox installation bylaw.
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Canada Post strikes back in mailbox battle

Matthew Van Dongen

Canada Post has asked the courts to strike down Hamilton’s mailbox installation bylaw the day after...

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Judge orders real estate agents to pay $225,000 to former owner of Kitchener firm

A judge brought the hammer down on two real estate agents who reneged on a deal to buy a Kitchener real estate firm.

Waterloo Region Record
World | 1 hour ago
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Arctic Council's focus shifts to climate change

Ministers arrive in Iqaluit for Arctic Council meeting

News | 1 hour ago

Alberta 'not an NDP province:' Prentice

Premier Jim Prentice says Alberta is 'not an NDP province'

Ontario | 2 hours ago

Elementary school teachers could strike May 10

Teachers at Rainbow District schools could be on strike Monday

Canada | 2 hours ago
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Dad escalates citizenship fight for son

Canadian dad threatens to take Ottawa to court over son's citizenship

Local | 2 hours ago
Cam Guthrie

East-end development has Guelph mayor’s attention

Mayor Cam Guthrie said the one priority that continually surfaces in meetings since becoming mayor is the need for more...

Guelph Mercury | by Tony Saxon
Local | 2 hours ago

Four charged following drug raid in Rockwood

Four people were arrested in Rockwood on Thursday following a raid at a residence in town.

Guelph Mercury | by Tony Saxon
Ontario | 2 hours ago

Judge clarifies decision on aboriginal case

Ailing aboriginal girl receiving both chemo & traditional medicine: judge hears

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