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Suspended Senator Mike Duffy arrives at the courthouse for his trial in Ottawa, Friday, April 17, 2015. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld
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Mike Duffy unaware he was subscribed to polling reports, trial hears

Tonda MacCharles

Senator paid for part of the cost of polling reports that he didn’t at first know he was receiving,...

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Police seek pair who robbed Burlington pharmacy

Man approached pharmacist wearing a mask

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How a Toronto professor’s research revolutionized artificial intelligence

Artificial intelligence research using neural networks has taken off, with a $400-million boost from Google, in part thanks...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Kate Allen
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Missing Waterloo girl found

Waterloo Regional Police found missing 13-year-old Veronica Bivand on Friday in Brantford and say she is now safe. The...

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Privatization guru Ed Clark now sets sights on wine

Plan for wine sales in supermarkets coming before summer’s end, says privatization czar Ed Clark

OurWindsor.Ca | by Robert Benzie
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Sick Kids shuts down hair tests at Motherisk lab

Sick Kids shuts down hair tests at Motherisk lab

Decision comes after a Toronto Star investigation into tests used in criminal and child protection cases across Canada

OurWindsor.Ca | by Rachel Mendleson
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No home delivery from online alcohol sales just yet

No home delivery from online alcohol sales just yet

The online store will happen in phases, starting with store pickup, and eventually, home delivery

OurWindsor.Ca | by Robin Levinson King
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Seat belt-related deaths at 10-year low

MUSKOKA – Seeing seat belt-related deaths on OPP-patrolled roads shrink from 120, 10 years ago (2005), to 50 last year (2014)...

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Student highrise by Lister planned

LIUNA’s long-planned neighbour for the restored Lister Block is now aimed at students, not condo owners.

Hamilton Spectator | by Matthew Van Dongen

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