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<b>ONTARIO: </b> 'Use your brains' says Ottawa rabbi after fashion shoot at National Holocaust Monument

ONTARIO: 'Use your brains' says Ottawa rabbi after fashion shoot at National Holocaust Monument

Ottawa's Jewish Spiritual Leader is still trying to figure out why a Montreal fashion designer would hold a photo shoot at such a sacred place.
<b>ONTARIO:</b> 'Friendly' five-foot boa still on the loose in Ottawa neighbourhood

ONTARIO: 'Friendly' five-foot boa still on the loose in Ottawa neighbourhood

Its name is Murphy and it has been missing since August 11
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Who owns the copyright to a skyline?

ONTARIO: Who owns the copyright to a skyline?

What exactly can a business do with the image of Barrie's iconic Spirit Catcher
<b>ONTARIO:</b> This guy hand-feeding pigeons in downtown Sudbury is pretty great

ONTARIO: This guy hand-feeding pigeons in downtown Sudbury is pretty great

This story is literally for the birds
<b>ONTARIO: </b> Drone company gets approval to test cargo model

ONTARIO: Drone company gets approval to test cargo model

‘Robin’ would carry up to 25 lbs of payload, travel 60 km
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Seven-year-old's blue frog a 'one in a million' catch

ONTARIO: Seven-year-old's blue frog a 'one in a million' catch

Rare blue bullfrog found in Wahnapitae
<b>ONTARIO:</b> 400 Market robbery like a scene from Mission Impossible

ONTARIO: 400 Market robbery like a scene from Mission Impossible

'This isn’t a faceless corporation that some may find it hard to feel sorry for; these are families and folks who are just trying to get by,' says 400 Market general manager
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Teen takes tugboat on joyride

ONTARIO: Teen takes tugboat on joyride

They found the vessel on a sandbar
ONTARIO: Thank a farmer. Maybe save a life

ONTARIO: Thank a farmer. Maybe save a life

Ontario farmer Tim May has launched a new grassroots campaign prompted by farmer suicides
ONTARIO: Puppies stolen from Timmins humane society

ONTARIO: Puppies stolen from Timmins humane society

Dogs were scheduled to go to new families next week