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Governments of Canada and Ontario Celebrate Affordable Housing in Northwestern Ontario - Government of Ontario News

Government of Ontario News

Governments of Canada and Ontario Celebrate Affordable Housing in Northwestern Ontario
Government of Ontario News
Thunder Bay, ON -- The governments of Canada and Ontario celebrated the grand opening of 1100 Donald Street East today, adding eight units of affordable housing in Thunder Bay
The Honourable Patty Hajdu, Minister of Employment, Workforce ...


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Warm weather on the way for northern Ontario: Environment Canada - CBC.ca

CBC.ca

Warm weather on the way for northern Ontario: Environment Canada
CBC.ca
Don't let the rainy weekend spoil your outlook for summer
A senior climatologist with Environment Canada says warmer weather is expected to hit ? and stay? in northern Ontario this summer
Dave Phillips says the daytime highs are forecasted to rise.





Air Canada passenger took cocaine before flight ruckus: Lawyer - Toronto Sun

Toronto Sun

Air Canada passenger took cocaine before flight ruckus: Lawyer
Toronto Sun
The Orlando Sentinel reports that 34-year-old Brandon Michael Courneyea appeared Monday in Orlando federal court
He has been charged with interfering with flight crew members and attendants after his May 15 flight from Jamaica to Canada was diverted ...


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Ontario, Alberta spur Canada's record-low wage growth - The Globe and Mail

The Globe and Mail

Ontario, Alberta spur Canada's record-low wage growth
The Globe and Mail
Average hourly earnings increased 0.7 per cent over April of last year, with full-time earnings up only 0.6 per cent, according to Statistics Canada's monthly labour survey released on Friday
For the second consecutive month, Ontario shared the blame ...





High-speed rail in Ontario, finally? Not so fast - CBC.ca

CBC.ca

High-speed rail in Ontario, finally? Not so fast
CBC.ca
Paul Langan, from an advocacy group called High Speed Rail Canada, told CBC News that a lack of political will is a major reason why high-speed rail has never been built in Ontario
In his report, Collenette also cites "political willingness to support ...

Ontario high-speed rail could be on track for 2025, adviser saysThe Globe and Mail
Ontario To Get High-Speed Rail Link From Toronto To WindsorHuffington Post Canada

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More ticks means an increase of Lyme disease across Canada ? thanks to climate change - Globalnews.ca

Globalnews.ca

More ticks means an increase of Lyme disease across Canada ? thanks to climate change
Globalnews.ca
Robbin Lindsay, a senior research scientist at the National Microbiology Laboratory of the Public Health Agency of Canada, studied blacklegged ticks for his PhD thesis in 1990
He travelled to Long Point, on Lake Erie in southern Ontario
?I had to ...


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ONTARIO, CANADA: Mayors react to guaranteed minimum income pilot announcement - Basic Income News

Basic Income News

ONTARIO, CANADA: Mayors react to guaranteed minimum income pilot announcement
Basic Income News
Three communities across Ontario have been selected for the Province's guaranteed minimum income pilot
Ontario will be rolling out a three-year study in late spring and fall 2017
Premier Kathleen Wynne made the announcement with details of the ...





Ontario opioid overdose deaths climb in first half of 2016 - The Globe and Mail

The Globe and Mail

Ontario opioid overdose deaths climb in first half of 2016
The Globe and Mail
The number of people who died of opioid overdoses in Ontario jumped 11 per cent in the first six months of 2016, according to new figures showing that the epidemic is rapidly moving east from Western Canada
Ontario has not been hit as hard as British ...

Ontario launches online tool making opioid data publicMetroNews Canada

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CEOs at top charities earn top dollar - Toronto - CBC News - CBC.ca - CBC.ca

CBC.ca

CEOs at top charities earn top dollar - Toronto - CBC News - CBC.ca
CBC.ca
Many of the biggest charitable organizations in Ontario pay their top executives more than $250000 a year, according to data compiled by CBC News.

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Solo woman kayaker from Ontario found dead near Lake Louise, Alberta - CTV News

CTV News

Solo woman kayaker from Ontario found dead near Lake Louise, Alberta
CTV News
LAKE LOUISE, Alta
-- A 25-year-old Ontario woman has died while kayaking alone in Alberta's Rocky Mountains
Lake Louise RCMP and Parks Canada say they got a report Monday night about an overdue kayaker on the Bow River
Officials say they also ...

Kayaker from Ontario found dead on Bow River near Taylor LakeCalgary Herald

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