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The key witness in the sexual assault trial of two former University of Ottawa hockey players is being cross examined by the defence today. The trial is now into its second week,  with...

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The Special Investigations Unit isn't laying charges against an OPP officer in Sioux Lookout over his arrest of a man. The SIU says they didn't find reasonable grounds to lay criminal...

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You still have a chance to let the City know what you think of a new multi-use bridge at Confederation College.An open house on the project was held recently and City Spokesperson Adam Krupper says...

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Rosa Carlino is the new Chair of the Chamber of Commerce.Carlino says there are many issues they'll be addressing. "The corporate tax changes, we just did the budget discussions with...

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Young people don't know how to find work, and according to the local Chamber of Commerce that contributes to low Ontario business confidence in finding talented people.President Charla Robinson...

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Border Services personnel will be rallying outside the CBSA office on North May Street. Their union says they've been without a contract for 3 years and 8 months. They want their...

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The Northwestern Ontario Municipal Association is heartened by word the province wants to hear from area communities on how they can provide more long term care spaces.NOMA President Wendy Landry...

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Spending an extra $20,000 studying the benefits of a new soccer facility doesn't sit well with one councilor, but he says it's needed.  Andrew Foulds admits a consultant's...

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At least four people have been taken to hospital following what may be a possible carbon monoxide poisoning in the city's East End. Fire, police and paramedics were on the scene at a home on...

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Investors were riding the roller coaster last week as the stock market took some big swings. However local financial advisor Nicole Slongo suggests you shouldn't let what happened last week...

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There's a desperate need for more transitional housing in northwestern Ontario for women who want to leave abusive relationships. That's the feeling from a Red Lake woman's shelter...

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The Bearskin Airlines Hope Classic brought in $118,500 in its 22nd year. The money supports breast cancer research through the Linda Buchan Centre and Northern Cancer Fund. While organizers...

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Another chance to apply for the Basic Income Pilot. An enrollment session is being held at the Castlegreen Community Centre today from noon until seven o'clock. The community centre is...

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Nishnawbe Aski Nation is calling for an inquiry into a controversial Saskatchewan murder case. A statement from Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler argues that the legal system failed 22-year-old Colten...

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The publication Lake Superior Magazine is showcasing photos from around the region in their latest contest. Thunder Bay's Donald Malcom earned second place in the Artsy/Altered category for...

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