Sun Media announces 200 layoffs
A 24 hours newspaper box sits beside an Ottawa Sun box in Ottawa. Sun Media Corp. is cutting about 200 jobs across the company, In the third round of layoffs in the past 13 months, Sun Media Corp. is eliminating 200 positions across the newspaper chain.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Tom Thomson painting nets $172,500 at Consignor online Canadian art auction
A much-touted 100-year-old portrait by Tom Thomson has sold at an online auction, but fell short of its expected sale price.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Campana Systems Inc. Marks Its 25th Anniversary
Campana consists of two focused divisions, GoldCare and AXIS. GoldCare, providing innovative and fully integrated software solutions for the home, community and long-term care sectors, is used by hundreds of organizations across Canada, Australia and New Zealand.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Owen Sound man charged with make available child pornography
Members of the Ontario Provincial Police Child Sexual Exploitation Unit have charged an Owen Sound man following a two week on-line child pornography investigation.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Divers search for missing plane, pilot in Georgian Bay
Police divers are still looking for a plane and its pilot who may have gone down in the waters of Georgian Bay, earlier this month.
Pedophile sentenced to further year in prison
Ten former NHLers, three of whom at one time or another played for the Vancouver Canucks including all-star forward Gary Leeman, are claiming in a class-action lawsuit that the league hasn't done enough... Saskatoon officials are understandably perplexed about what criteria the city should use to put capital projects on the federal government's ... (more)
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Library welcomes new chief librarian
The Sechelt Public Library Association is pleased to announce the appointment of Margaret Hodgins as the new chief librarian starting Jan. 2. The Sechelt Public Library Association is pleased to announce the appointment of Margaret Hodgins as the new chief librarian starting Jan. 2. 'I am delighted to be working with the SPLA board, library staff ... (more)
Tue Nov 12, 2013
Tale of two islands' ferry subsides unwind along an unfair route
Wolfe Island in the St. Lawrence Seaway near Kingston has many similarities with Manitoulin Island, as well as some significant differences.
Hunter misses target, shoots himself in the buttocks
Police say a 21-year-old Owen Sound, Ont., man is recovering after shooting himself in the buttocks during a hunting trip last Friday in Georgian Bluffs.
Sun Nov 10, 2013
OPP: Identity of missing plane pilot revealed
By Adam Brazeau CORNWALL, Ontario - The Ontario Provincial Police have confirmed the identity of a missing pilot whose plane was last seen travelling to Owen Sound from Cornwall.
Sat Nov 09, 2013
Soo Greyhounds vs. Peterborough Petes Live Blog
Welcome to SooToday.com's Live Blog of tonight's Ontario Hockey League game between the Soo Greyhounds and Owen Sound Attack.
Fri Nov 08, 2013
Plane Missing: Landed at Cornwall airport Thursday
A missing plane that has search crews scouring the Georgian Bay area landed at the Cornwall Regional Airport Thursday before making its way out of SD and G. Police said Friday a large search effort is being conducted across Georgian Bay for the single-engine plane after it failed to land at the Billy Bishop Regional Airport near Owen Sound Thursday ... (more)
Wed Nov 06, 2013
Blyth Festival Plans Memorial Series For Next Five Years - Nov. 7
Blyth Festival Artistic Director Marion de Vries had an idea for the Blyth Festival Memorial Series earlier this year when she reflected on how her own life had been impacted by war.
Fort Francis Times
Scott St. building gets new owners
The building at 261 Scott St. has new owners. Guy Donaldson said he and wife, Kelly Spicer, together as "M.C. Laine Holdings Ltd.," are buying the 2,600 sq.