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Health officials issue warning after Guelph pig roast goes wrong

Health officials issue warning after Guelph pig roast goes wrong

Report says pig roasts are a 'high risk' method of cooking following bacteria outbreak at a catered event
Store owner gives the boot to blind Sudbury man and his service dog

Store owner gives the boot to blind Sudbury man and his service dog

Guy Carriere said he felt profoundly discriminated against after the owner of a Sudbury business told him the police would be called if he and his service dog showed up again
Human rights case puts First Nation's laws under scrutiny

Human rights case puts First Nation's laws under scrutiny

Indigenous woman alleges discrimination by Chief and council of Sandy Lake
Rocky Bay man rescues dying eagle

Rocky Bay man rescues dying eagle

Bird was found with a serrated bottle cap in its throat
Teen who lost both parents to mental health issues promised audience with Prime Minister

Teen who lost both parents to mental health issues promised audience with Prime Minister

Noah Irvine had a meeting last week with the Office of the Prime Minister and was promised a September meeting with Canada's minister of Health
Officials release details of largest drug seizure in OPP history

Officials release details of largest drug seizure in OPP history

The wholesale value of the cocaine seized is estimated at $60 million. The eventual street value, once cut, is approximately $250 million
Meet the Syrian immigrant who solved a 78-year-old science mystery

Meet the Syrian immigrant who solved a 78-year-old science mystery

'Canada gave me everything, before I give it everything, so I will now return this favour to Canada'
First year response to seven youth inquest recommendations 'disappointing'

First year response to seven youth inquest recommendations 'disappointing'

Thunder Bay gets a C+
Sidelined First Nations vow to halt Ring of Fire road construction plans

Sidelined First Nations vow to halt Ring of Fire road construction plans

Eabametoong, Neskantaga want their say on Far North development
Escaping war-torn Syria only to work in a Turkish sweatshop, and other stories <b>(13 photos)</b>

Escaping war-torn Syria only to work in a Turkish sweatshop, and other stories (13 photos)

A mosque in Sault Ste. Marie just wrapped up it's student summer camp and SooToday took the opportunity to pay them a visit and talk about what went through to get here, and other things