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London’s academic teaching hospitals announce $1M partnership

London’s academic teaching hospitals announce $1M partnership

A $1-million partnership will make London the home of the national centre of excellence in advanced diagnostic imaging and therapeutics.
OPP investigating 2 separate impaired driving crashes in Tiny Township

OPP investigating 2 separate impaired driving crashes in Tiny Township

Southern Georgian Bay OPP say they’re investigating two separate impaired driving crashes that took place in Tiny Township on Sunday. At 9:16 p.m.
Christmas tree harvest reducing wildfire risk at Prince Albert National Park

Christmas tree harvest reducing wildfire risk at Prince Albert National Park

Parks Canada staff at Prince Albert National Park are hoping people take a piece of the park home with them this holiday season. The park is kicking off its annual Christmas tree harvest with the goal to help mitigate wildfire threats near Waskesiu.
Vaccinate or mask up: Vancouver Coastal Health rolls out flu season policy

Vaccinate or mask up: Vancouver Coastal Health rolls out flu season policy

“Get your shot or grab a mask.” That’s the message coming from Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH) as it implements its flu policy across all VCH facilities.
Barrie city council approves 2020 operating, capital budgets

Barrie city council approves 2020 operating, capital budgets

Barrie city council has approved a 2020 operating budget of $362 million and a capital budget of $231 million.
‘Real Housewives of New Jersey’ star Teresa Giudice says ‘I never saw myself going to prison’

‘Real Housewives of New Jersey’ star Teresa Giudice says ‘I never saw myself going to prison’

The Real Housewives of New Jersey (RHONJ) star Teresa Giudice has let the world in on her turbulent life from Season One to the now-airing Season 10 of the hit reality show.
Sask. reading, math, science scores below Canadian average but there are positive trends: study

Sask. reading, math, science scores below Canadian average but there are positive trends: study

Saskatchewan students are scoring better overall on tests in reading, math and science compared to international averages, according to a study of 79 nations. However, Saskatchewan tends to be below Canadian averages.
Toronto’s Farah Khan, 5, remembered 20 years after her murder by those who never knew her

Toronto’s Farah Khan, 5, remembered 20 years after her murder by those who never knew her

A snowy walk takes former Toronto police homicide detective Rolf Prisor back to Colonel Samuel Smith Park in the city’s west end, the place that two decades ago was the epicentre of a desperate search for answers.
‘They can make true change.’: Sask. funding supports those exiting gang life

‘They can make true change.’: Sask. funding supports those exiting gang life

“What they’re looking for is access to cultural services…they’re looking for a safe place to stay…as well employment.” Regina Treaty Status Indian Services Inc.
Vincent Massey grad Mason Bennett moves up a notch in CFL winter rankings

Vincent Massey grad Mason Bennett moves up a notch in CFL winter rankings

The CFL Scouting Bureau’s winter rankings have been released, and University of North Dakota defensive end Mason Bennett has moved up from ninth place in the fall to eighth on the current list of top-rated prospects for the 2020 draft.