Peterborough Examiner / Peterborough This Week
Brother and sister team takes Carlson Wagonlit Stewart Travel to new heights:Dana Empey and Scott Stewart are being inducted into the Junior Achievement Business Hall of Fame
Cobourg pushing for residents’ input on strategic planning:Online feedback being collected until April 5, public meeting set for April 8
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'The Liberals are so terrified': Ottawa under pressure to tighten gun laws after swift action in New Zealand
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‘He wants this investigated’: Trump allies switch from defence to offence after release of Mueller report
Long-term care workers at ‘breaking point’ due to violence, harassment, sexual assault on job, poll finds
Survey of more than 1,000 long-term care workers in Ontario found almost half experienced violence such as pushing or hitting on a daily or weekly basis.
Force says it recently acquired technology that captures cellphone data, but won’t say how force will collect, store, access, or retain information.
The premier long ago aligned himself with Alberta’s right-wing premier-in-waiting, Jason Kenney, on carbon pricing, but are Ontarians ready to import Alberta’s approach to alcohol pricing next? Martin Regg Cohn writes.
Democrats said the celebration was premature, but William Barr’s conclusion that Mueller had corroborated Trump’s “no collusion” claim was treated by Republicans as a moment for both celebration and criticism of the president’s enemies.
Children’s aid society says it has fired Toronto lawyer who argued a 14-year-old girl is a ‘sexually mature young woman’
“This statement is appalling and intolerable,” the executive director of the Kenora-Rainy River Districts Child and Family Services told the Star Monday in response to comments made by society lawyer Gary McCallum in an ongoing civil case.