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Sears Canada to Seek Court Approval for Liquidation, Store closures

Toronto - Oct. 10, 2017: Sears Canada Inc. ("Sears Canada", or the "Company") today announced that it and certain of its subsidiaries (the "Sears Canada Group") will be applying to the Ontario Superior Court of Justice (Commercial List) (the "Court") for approval to liquidate all of its remaining stores and assets. FULL STORY

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Five Hot Vacation Destinations for the Canadian Winter

Toronto - Oct. 4, 2017: Quebec City has over 400 centimeters of snow every winter and this really transforms the city. The city starts preparing for the holiday season in early December and the Christmas lights brighten up the whole city in the same way that the graphics of 7Sultans Canadian casino light up the screen of your mobile or tablet. FULL STORY

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Windsor Police Arrest Male in Child Luring Investigation

Windsor - Aug. 9, 2017: On Sunday July 30, 2017 a citizen attended Windsor Police headquarters to report an incident of Child Luring. Ryan Jessop, a 40 year old male from Windsor, is charged with Telecommunication with a person believed to be under 16 years for specific criminal offences and making available sexually explicit material to a person under or believed under 16 years for specific criminal offences. FULL STORY

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LCBO extends hours in advance of potential labour disruption

Toronto - Jun. 21, 2017: The LCBO is extending select store hours in a number of locations across the province from Thursday, June 22 to Sunday, June 25 and on Sunday, July 2, to accommodate shopping for Canada Day activities and in advance of a potential labour disruption. FULL STORY

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Canada fully supports the United States, says Trudeau

Ottawa - Apr. 7, 2017: The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, issued the following statement today on U.S. strikes in Syria: Canada fully supports the United States’ limited and focused action to degrade the Assad regime’s ability to launch chemical weapons attacks against innocent civilians, including many children. President Assad’s use of chemical weapons and the crimes the Syrian regime has committed against its own people cannot be ignored. FULL STORY

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Traffic stop leads to drug possession charge
Chatham-Kent - Mar. 28, 2017: On March 27, 2017, around 10:00 p.m., a Chatham-Kent Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) member was traveling eastbound on Highway 401 when they attempted to stop a vehicle for a traffic violation. The male driver, Michael LAMB, 48-years-old male of Windsor, ON, has been charged
Windsor Couple “thrilled” to support local Parkinson’s research
Windsor - Mar. 27, 2017: Magdalena and Joseph Szecsei have donated $100,000 to fund research into neurodegenerative diseases. Joseph Szecsei is living with Parkinson’s disease; the couple say they are thrilled to support research in their home city and look forward to outcomes that advance treatments.
Top destinations to visit in Canada
Ottawa - Mar. 7, 2017: British Columbia offers some of the best skiing in Canada. Whistler has become an international hub for the sport with its two mountains, Whistler and Blackcomb. The slope difficulties are varied and are spread out over the massive 8,000 aces. The ski season begins in November and concludes in May. Garibaldi Park offers some of the most picturesque hiking trails found anywhere in the world.
Quaint two bedroom home for sale in Petawawa, Ontario
Petawawa - Feb. 25, 2017: Move-in ready with a two year old roof over your head and many other updates in this quaint two bedroom, one bath, home that is great for a first time buyer, or retired couple that appreciates everything on one level.
SCN8A Epilepsy - a rare but devastating genetic disorder
Stoney Point - Feb. 8, 2017: Families of over 150 children globally including Tristan Burk of Stoney Point, Ontario struggle with SCN8A - a rare but devastating genetic disorder - are joining forces to educate the public about SCN8A and inform affected families of available resources. The First International SCN8A Awareness Day is coming up February 9th to share the story of the grave impacts of this newly identified epilepsy.
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Fox News To Add ‘For Entertainment Purposes Only
Fox News To Add ‘For Entertainment Purposes Only
Fox News To Add ‘For Entertainment Purposes Only
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Sunshine List reveals Ontario
Sunshine List reveals Ontario
Sunshine List reveals Ontario
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Canada in for rougher NAFTA talks than Trump suggested, trade experts say
Canada in for rougher NAFTA talks than Trump suggested, trade experts say
Canada in for rougher NAFTA talks than Trump suggested, trade experts say
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Marsh Fire At Point Pelee National Park
Marsh Fire At Point Pelee National Park
Marsh Fire At Point Pelee National Park
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LaSalle Council Approves Transit
LaSalle Council Approves Transit
LaSalle Council Approves Transit
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Jays sign manager John Gibbons to contract extension
Jays sign manager John Gibbons to contract extension
Jays sign manager John Gibbons to contract extension
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Blue Jays release Morales; option Barnes
Blue Jays release Morales; option Barnes
Blue Jays release Morales; option Barnes
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Fans cheer on LaSalle
Fans cheer on LaSalle
Fans cheer on LaSalle


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Ice Chips: Marner skating on fourth line
Ice Chips: Marner skating on fourth line
Ice Chips: Marner skating on fourth line
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Sens assign Chabot to AHL
Sens assign Chabot to AHL
Sens assign Chabot to AHL
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Chemistry undeniable for Stamkos, Kucherov
Chemistry undeniable for Stamkos, Kucherov
Chemistry undeniable for Stamkos, Kucherov
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Windsor economy to grow faster than national average, says study
Windsor economy to grow faster than national average, says study
Windsor economy to grow faster than national average, says study
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How burger chain A&W is using a focus on food quality to clobber its Canadian competition
How burger chain A&W is using a focus on food quality to clobber its Canadian competition
How burger chain A&W is using a focus on food quality to clobber its Canadian competition
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 Windsor Chamber of Commerce wants to see TPP documents
 Windsor Chamber of Commerce wants to see TPP documents
 Windsor Chamber of Commerce wants to see TPP documents
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Wynne
Wynne
Wynne
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Untangling the complicated legacy of Tim Hudak
Untangling the complicated legacy of Tim Hudak
Untangling the complicated legacy of Tim Hudak
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Paul Ryan Is Still Standing By Donald Trump. Sad!
Paul Ryan Is Still Standing By Donald Trump. Sad!
Paul Ryan Is Still Standing By Donald Trump. Sad!
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