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Ringo Starr and Barbara Bockman on the red carpet prior to the 2015 Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony at Public Hall on Saturday, April...
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Ringo Starr, Green Day, Bill Withers enter Rock Hall

Hard Day's Night: Ringo Starr welcomed into Rock Hall with Green Day at star-studded event

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Canadian actor Jonathan Crombie dies at 48

Canadian actor Jonathan Crombie dies of brain hemorrhage at age 48

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Waterloo region kids involved in child porn investigation

Students as young as 12 and 13 being investigated for allegedly making, distributing nude photos — and experts say it's more...

Hamilton Spectator | by Lauren Pelley
Ontario | 4 hours ago

High school teachers in Durham go on strike

Durham school board preparing for potential teacher strike

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Vapour lounge has police board wondering if rules need tightening

Members of the Guelph Police Services Board had questions about a new vapour lounge in the city where people with a...

Guelph Mercury | by Mercury staff
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Take a peek inside some unique buildings during Doors Open Guelph

Twelve sites in the city will open their front doors and welcome in the community for the popular Doors Open Guelph.

Guelph Mercury | by Mercury staff
Canada | 4 hours ago

NDP introduces motion to reverse Coast Guard cuts

B.C. First Nation wants 'priority' role in oil spill response regime

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Trooping of the Colours

Argylls honour Cpl. Cirillo, thank city in rare Trooping of Colours and Inspection

Regiment celebrates several accomplishments during an honours and awards parade

Hamilton Spectator | by David Churchill
Canada | 5 hours ago

Saskatchewan premier says prayer will stay

Brad Wall says prayer will remain a part of Saskatchewan legislature sittings

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