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46 min ago | Electric Energy Online

Hydro One's Electricity Discovery Centre celebrates first anniversary

Hydro One's Electricity Discovery Centre celebrates its first anniversary this week as it travels to the International Plowing Match and Rural Expo in Ivy, Ontario. In its first year of operation, the EDC travelled more than 12,000 km to attend 28 fairs and events - that's the equivalent of driving from Halifax to Vancouver and back.

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5 hrs ago | Northern Ontario Business

Half a Loaf? Getting maximum v...

Rick Millette is a senior executive director specializing in the Ring of Fire for the Northern Policy Institute. He joined NPI through a residency with Laurentian University and the Canada School of Public Service.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

Examiner.com

2014 Route 66 Cruisin' Reunion in Ontario, CA

Over 250,000 enthusiasts are expected to come celebrate the iconic Route 66 for three days starting Friday, September 19th, 2014. Two miles of cruise route along historic Euclid Avenue enticed a crowd of almost 150,000 last year at the "Route 66 Cruisin Reunion" in historic Downtown Ontario .

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

The Toronto Star

Stephen Harper government doesn't understand Ontario, Justin Trudeau says

In an election-themed speech Friday, Liberal leader Justin Trudeau told a GTA audience that Prime Minister Stephen Harper's Conservatives “still don't seem to get'' Ontario. Speaking in Markham to the Liberal Party's general meeting, Trudeau took a swipe at the experience in government of Harper and his team of former Ontario cabinet ministers John Baird and Tony Clement, and federal Finance Minister Joe Oliver, the MP for Eglinton-Lawrence.

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EurekAlert!

High-dose opioid prescribing continues to climb

High-dose opioid prescribing increased by 23 per cent in Canada between 2006 and 2011, despite clinical guidelines recommending that most patients should avoid high-doses of these drugs, according to new research. Researchers at St. Michael's Hospital and the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences found that rates of high-dose opioid dispensing across Canada increased from 781 units per 1,000 people in 2006 to 961 units per 1,000 people in 2011.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

Western News

Vanier celebrates the nation's finest

Seven Western graduate students have been named among 166 nationwide recipients of the Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship, each receiving $50,000 annually for up to three years. Vanier scholars are selected based on leadership skills and high standard of scholarly achievement in the social sciences, humanities, natural sciences, engineering and/or health sciences.

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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

Ontario police arrest big rig driver suspected in drunken driving fatal crash

ONTARIO >> The driver of a big-rig truck who was allegedly driving drunk and involved in three separate crashes, one of which was head-on and killed that car's driver, was arrested early Thursday morning, police said. Hilario Hmberto Urena, 40, of Tracy, was booked into West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga on suspicion of manslaughter, driving under the influence and hit and run.

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Canada.com

Reevely: Ontario Liberals subsidize the burger-flipping jobs of the knowledge economy

Ottawa-03/29/07-L2R Dell Call Centre, in Ottawa, on Thursday March, 29, 2007. The call centre currently emplys about 1400 call centre reps and will be emplying about 1200 more when their new building is finished.

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InsideHalton.com

Ontarians to receive cancer screening program information

Through a direct mail correspondence campaign, Cancer Care Ontario is again reaching out to eligible men and women, encouraging them to get screened for breast, colorectal and, for the first time, cervical cancer. Previously, letters were used to remind eligible Ontarians to get screened for breast and colorectal cancer, but with the addition of cervical cancer screening letters, all three screening programs in the province are now sending letters directly to eligible men and women encouraging them to get checked.

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The Globe and Mail

U.S. jobless claims rise unexpectedly, but still at pre-recession levels

Christian Vidaurreta, a representative of Citizens Business Bank, rightt, speaks with a job seeker at the Career Choice Inland Empire Career Fair in Ontario, Calif., on Sept. 10, 2014.

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Wed Sep 10, 2014

GlobeSt.com

Guthrie Development Buys Airport Distribution Center

For Guthrie the acquisition of Airport Distribution Center is part of a wider investment strategy targeting acquisition of Southern California industrial properties from $20 to $50 million. ONTARIO, CA-Guthrie Development Co.

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Canada.com

Reevely: Horwath readies for leadership fight by attacking Liberal 'privatization' plans

Andrea Horwath has emerged from a summer of wound-licking with a ferocious attack on the Ontario Liberals' still-vague plans to squeeze more money out of government properties like Ontario Power Generation. The message is as traditionally New Democratic is it could be, a return to basics for an NDP leader who tried something different in last spring's election campaign and didn't do all that well with it.

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The Globe and Mail

Ontario NDP's Horwath says Liberals shouldn't sell off major public assets

Ontario NDP Leader Andrea Horwath says public agencies should remain completely owned by the government. Ontario NDP Leader Andrea Horwath says public agencies should remain completely owned by the government.

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Weyburn This Week

Ontario civil service managers get $4,500 payments, but don't call them bonuses

Nearly half of Ontario's civil service managers will receive lump-sum payments worth a total of $17.5 million this week, but the province's cash-strapped government insists it was not handing out bonuses during a wage freeze. Cheques averaging just under $4,500 each will be issued Thursday to about 3,900 managers in the Ontario Public Service, despite a three-year public-sector wage freeze announced in 2012, the Treasury Board confirmed.

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Wed Sep 03, 2014

The London Free Press

Clinic at Western University will get funding from Legal Aid to take family law cases

Cash-strapped people involved in family law cases have another avenue to follow for help with their legal woes: law students. As part of the $30-million announced this year to bolster family law funding for low-income Ontarians, Legal Aid Ontario is using $2 million over three years to fund programs at legal clinics in six universities.

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DurhamRegion.com

CPP hiding rising costs: new report

The Canada Pension Plan is hiding the fact that its administrative costs have more than tripled since 2006 because of transaction and external management fees, according to a new report from a conservative think-thank.

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The Fountain Pen

Ontario Unveils New Poverty Reduction Strategy

Ontario's new Poverty Reduction Strategy is focused on ending homelessness and providing a stable foundation to help people rise out of poverty.

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Press-Telegram

Los Angeles County Fair brings culinary delights

This year's highlights include Ramen Burger and from Chicken Charlie's , a triple-decker Krispy Kreme cheeseburger, Totally Fried Doritos and Totally Fried chicken skins.

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Tue Sep 02, 2014

Globe and Mail

An Ontario-Quebec power pact would have a win-win outcome

The Hydro-Quebec Eastmain 1A hydroelectric power plant in Eastmain, Que., on June 28, 2012.

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The Globe and Mail

An Ontario-Quebec power pact would have a win-win outcome

The Hydro-Quebec Eastmain 1A hydroelectric power plant in Eastmain, Que., on June 28, 2012.

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