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Canadians with health issues face difficulty finding affordable life insurance

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TORONTO — Like millions of Canadians, Tim Potter is living with a serious medical condition that has made it difficult, if not impossible, to secure meaningful...

From autism to public health, a year of backtracks in Ontario...

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TORONTO — Doug Ford’s government has backtracked on about a dozen policies and promises this year — an unprecedented amount symptomatic of an on-the-fly...

Grossi cries foul after Georgina Council fines him ten-days pay for...

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By: Mike Anderson Regional Councillor Rob Grossi says he’s the victim of a political smear campaign orchestrated by a group of residents with close ties...

Supreme Court ruling means children of Russian spies are Canadian citizens

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OTTAWA — Alexander Vavilov, the Toronto-born son of Russian spies, is a Canadian citizen, the Supreme Court of Canada has decided. In its judgment Thursday, the...

PM asks U.S. not to sign final trade deal with China...

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OTTAWA — Canada has asked the United States not to sign any final trade agreement with China until two Canadians detained in China have been released,...

Ontario high school teachers hit picket lines for third job action...

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TORONTO — School principals in Ontario asked the provincial government on Wednesday to halt some standardized testing and elementary school report cards as teachers’ unions wage...

End of an era as vehicle production comes to a close...

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OSHAWA, Ont. — The last pickup trucks rolled down the line Wednesday at General Motor’s Oshawa Assembly Plant as an era of vehicle production...

PM says he might have acted differently if knew how SNC-Lavalin...

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OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says his government might have acted differently had it known the criminal case against SNC-Lavalin would be resolved without...

Parents burst into tears as Ontario reveals autism program faces another...

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TORONTO — Parents of children with autism burst into tears Tuesday as the Ontario government announced another delay in getting those kids the services...

One-day high school teacher strike in some Ontario boards a ‘virtual...

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TORONTO — A one-day strike that will close high schools at ten boards across Ontario on Wednesday is a “virtual certainty”, said the teachers’ union, with...

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April 10, 2024 Issue

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Main Stories: Town gets $1.52 million reward for 419 new housing starts in 2023, One-third of Town employees on Ontario’s Sunshine List, Residents want Georgina Heritage Committee reinstated, Celebrating our local volunteers: Sue Williams, Food Pantry hopes to raise $50K during spring fundraising drive, Georgina Chess Academy continues its free lessons
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