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Private investigation into Shermans’ deaths over; police probe continues

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TORONTO — A private investigation into the homicides of billionaire philanthropists Barry and Honey Sherman has come to an end, Toronto police said Monday...

Sales of electric vehicles plummet in Ontario after rebate cancellation

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TORONTO — Sales of electric vehicles in Ontario have plummeted since the Progressive Conservative government cancelled a rebate last year, hampering progress toward a national...

From fourth place, Singh says he’d rather push Liberals than work...

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OTTAWA — The New Democratic Party is sitting in fourth place after the fall’s divisive federal election and its leader Jagmeet Singh says he is not interested...

Taxpayers’ watchdog launches probe of child benefit rules, program

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OTTAWA — The Liberal government’s signature child benefit will undergo a critical review by a federal watchdog amid concerns that eligibility rules that can be...

Updated terms for new NAFTA put hold on potential price increases...

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TORONTO — A change affecting pharmaceuticals in the updated North American free trade agreement will mean cost savings for Canadians, but big drug companies say it could...

Ontario spending could fall far short of demand in health, education:...

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TORONTO — There is a “significant risk” that the Progressive Conservative government’s spending plan will fall $5 billion short of what’s needed for health...

Liberals move to start phasing in promised tax cuts in January...

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OTTAWA — The Liberal government says Canadians will begin to see the impact of a proposed tax cut on their first pay stubs of the...

Ontario cancels planned future cuts to legal aid; this year’s cut...

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TORONTO — Ontario’s attorney general is cancelling planned cuts to legal aid funding, but this year’s 30-per-cent budget cut is being made permanent. Doug Downey announced...

Keswick teen delivers Christmas cheer

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By: Michelle Poirier Christmas is shortly upon us, and one Keswick teen is doing her best to spread the holiday cheer to those who might...

It’s heating season, and Project Zero wants you to stay safe...

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By: Michelle Poirier Georgina Fire & Rescue and Enbridge Gas have partnered for Project Zero, an educational program to improve home safety and bring fire...

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May 10, 2024 Issue

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Main Stories: Council approves increase in funding for replacement Civic Centre, Council allows food vendors at two waterfront parks, Georgina Spring Fling Marathon grows in popularity, Photo exhibit features iconic portraits of 60s rock stars, Sutton Legion benefits from Ontario Trillium Grant
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