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The busting of Sean Hurley

The busting of Sean Hurley

City Police report today that a third person has been charged in connection with an October 19 drug bust on Biggings Avenue.
<b>Charges laid in fatal Garden River crash</b>

Charges laid in fatal Garden River crash

OPP NEWS RELEASE ******************* Garden River First Nation, Ont. - The investigation into a fatal collision on Highway 17 in the Garden River First Nation Territory this past summer is complete and charges have been laid.
Tyler steps up to the mic

Tyler steps up to the mic

CITY POLICE NEWS RELEASE ********************* 24-year-old Tyler Wilkes of 747 Wellington Street East was arrested and charged with one count of theft under $5,000 yesterday.
Guy accused of following ex-girlfriend to church

Guy accused of following ex-girlfriend to church

CITY POLICE NEWS RELEASE ********************* A 37-year-old male will appear in bail court this morning after being arrested yesterday morning.
Drug trafficking suspect busted in Timmins area

Drug trafficking suspect busted in Timmins area

OPP NEWS RELEASE ******************** Nighthawk Lake resident charged with drug offences (SOUTH PORCUPINE, ON) - On the 2nd of November 2005, a joint drug investigation conducted by members of Project Northern Gateway (an O.P.P.
Kashechewan escort says Indian Affairs minister has to go

Kashechewan escort says Indian Affairs minister has to go

The plight of Kashechewan residents is the fault of Canada's Indian and Northern Affairs Minister Andy Scott, said a resident escorting 24 evacuees to the Sault today.
Algoma Steel reports big dip in earnings

Algoma Steel reports big dip in earnings

NEWS RELEASE EXCERPTS ALGOMA STEEL INC. ********************* Algoma Steel Inc. announces third quarter results SAULT STE. MARIE, ONTARIO – Algoma Steel Inc. today released its third quarter results for 2005.
$868,095

$868,095

NEWS RELEASES FEDNOR ********************* FedNor invests in tourism guide OTTAWA, Ontario, November 2, 2005 — The Honourable Andy Mitchell, Minister of State (FedNor) today announced a FedNor contribution of $125,845 to Nature and Outdoor Tourism On
Update on assaulted Edwards infant

Update on assaulted Edwards infant

As of late Wednesday afternoon, SooToday.com News is advised that there has been no change in the condition of the infant boy whose Sault parents are charged with aggravated assault.
D'O named parliamentary assistant for aboriginal affairs

D'O named parliamentary assistant for aboriginal affairs

NEWS RELEASES DAVID ORAZIETTI, MPP OFFICE OF THE PREMIER OF ONTARIO ******************** Orazietti appointed parliamentary assistant to Minister of Natural Resources and Minister Responsible for Aboriginal Affairs Queen's Park - Sault Ste.