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Could Ontario follow Quebec's ban on 'inhumane' cosmetic work for pets?

Could Ontario follow Quebec's ban on 'inhumane' cosmetic work for pets?

As other jurisdictions ban certain procedures, provincial vet groups say they can't stop members from performing 'medically unnecessary' surgeries
COLUMN: County bus provides 'great option' for residents

COLUMN: County bus provides 'great option' for residents

LINX Transit offers economical option for people without a vehicle or for car owners just wanting the freedom that comes from not driving, editor discovers
Former local resident charged with assaulting Hamilton bylaw officer

Former local resident charged with assaulting Hamilton bylaw officer

Angela Vos, who used to live in Tiny Township, had organized an encampment to protest Hamilton council decision
Woman worries for cats' plight during Caribbean resort rebuilds

Woman worries for cats' plight during Caribbean resort rebuilds

'With the imminent demolition, the place these beautiful cats call home will leave them homeless with little chance of survival,' regular St. Lucia visitor worries
Frustration setting in for mother, son left homeless after arson

Frustration setting in for mother, son left homeless after arson

'This is not a life for us; I wish this on no one,' Yvonne Robinson says as she and her son struggle with financial, mental health, emotional issues caused by last month's fire in downtown Midland
Conference explores region's arts, culture beyond just entertainment value

Conference explores region's arts, culture beyond just entertainment value

Culture Alliance lead says April event helps attendees 'make new partnerships, learn valuable information from experts, be inspired, grow businesses and make new friends'
Author's first novel strives to create strong female leads

Author's first novel strives to create strong female leads

'What really pushed me into writing it was the two main characters, who nagged me into setting down their story,' writer Pat Michener explains
Construction underway to create new 'therapeutic farm community'

Construction underway to create new 'therapeutic farm community'

When it opens next year, Cherry Blossom Village will be home for 24 adults with neurodevelopmental disabilities and complex needs
Unique touring exhibit celebrates First Nations 'resilience'

Unique touring exhibit celebrates First Nations 'resilience'

Anishinaabe artist Nadya Kwandibens photographed 35 First Nations people at place of their choosing with each photo linked by red chair
World Water Day book launch celebrates region's 'pristine' groundwater

World Water Day book launch celebrates region's 'pristine' groundwater

'This groundwater contains one part per trillion of lead,' project lead William Shotyk says. 'It's cleaner than ancient arctic ice'