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San Bernardino County Sun
Action Embroidery in Ontario makes 80% of the military's insignias
As military men and women go through their deployments, they are usually concentrating on their assignments, their colleagues and their family back home.
Fri May 24, 2013
Ontario Liberals, Tories in dead heat, new poll shows
Ontario's Liberals and Progressive Conservatives are in a statistical dead heat among decided voters, suggests a new poll, which shows Liberal support up despite the ongoing gas plant controversy.
Richmond Hill Liberal
Manotick church wants your e-waste
Manotick United Church will host is second annual e-waste recycling event on May 25 to help the church, community and environment.
Thu May 23, 2013
The Waterloo Region Record
Waterloo pulls six years of public documents from website
The City of Waterloo chose to restrict access to thousands of pages of public documents when it revamped its website in January - and Ontario's information and privacy commissioner is calling the move "inadequate and unacceptable." Officials initially said they were forced to make the change by provincial accessibility legislation, but later said ... (more)
Ismayl Sillakh vs. Ricardo Campillo Clash in Ontario
The scheduled nine-bout 'Finish the Fight' card will be presented by All Star Promotions and Down 2 Fight Promotions.
Orazietti flies water bomber, fights forest fire
With a bit of help and guidance from seasoned pilot, Garry Stewart, Sault Ste. Marie MPP and Ontario Minister of Natural Resources, David Orazietti, flew a CL-415 water bomber to a small remote forest fire.
McKenna, Hudak disappointed no election
McKenna, Hudak disappointed no election. Jane McKenna and Tim Hudak on a stop in Oakville last fall.
Thunder Bay's Source
Still up in the air
Premier Kathleen Wynne is flanked by MPPs Michael Gravelle and Bill Mauro Thursday during a visit to Thunder Bay's YES Employment Services' office.
The Wellington Advertiser
Senior's month celebrating the art of living
Older Ontarians practice The Art of Living every day. "They've worked hard and continue to contribute much to the prosperity we all enjoy today," says East Wellington Community Services senior services manager Sherri Plourde.
Ontario budget items will take time to roll out
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne said this week that passing the budget and ticking off many of the items on the government's to-do list will be the work of the next hundred days.
Wed May 22, 2013
The Toronto Star
A third of Canadians living paycheque to paycheque: survey
Ontarians report that they value their wealth more than the average Canadian, but more than a third of households in the province say they're left strapped for cash after paying essential bills each month, says a new survey.
5 dead in Ill. van crash part of Christian group
Five Baltimore men killed when their van careened off of a southern Illinois freeway and overturned several times were members of a Christian ministry returning from a weeklong international conference in California.
Tue May 21, 2013
What's the worst road in Durham?
A campaign to improve funding for Ontario roads wants to hear about the roads that people dread driving on the most.
Globe and Mail
Horwath to support Liberal budget, averting spring Ontario election
NDP Leader Andrea Horwath will allow Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne's budget to pass, averting a spring election.
Sat May 18, 2013
Developmental Services Leaders Congratulate MPP Christine Elliott
OASIS is a network of over 170 agencies that provide services and supports to individuals with special needs that are funded by the Ministry of Community and Social Services across Ontario.
The Sweet Science
Juan Mendez Beats Richard Contreras in Ontario, CA
Despite the main event falling out due to fighter injury, there was no drop of excitement as Houston's Victor Sanchez stopped Riverside's Richard Contreras after seven of the most brutal rounds on Friday night.
City receives ODRAP funding
The Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing has announced that the City of Kawartha Lakes will receive support through the Ontario Disaster Relief Assistance Program .
May begins with Flurry of UFO Sightings in Ontario; Part 1 of 4
With warmer weather, many more Ontarians are outdoors and star watching, which is likely why UFO sightings have seen a massive increase in May this year.
Fri May 17, 2013
The Toronto Star
Firing OLG chair Godfrey shows Liberals in 'disarray,' Hudak says
Premier Kathleen Wynne is being blamed for “chaos” at Ontario's gambling agency that is threatening the cash-strapped province's gaming revenue.
The Globe and Mail
The jobs challenge: Canadians don't want to move out of province
Canada's less-than-dynamic labour market is one of the factors weighing on productivity, which policy makers in every corner of the country say they are committed to improve.