Peterborough Examiner / Peterborough This Week
Nominations open for Peterborough’s Business Hall of Fame 2019:Nominations are open until Nov. 30 and the induction ceremony will be held on May 23, 2019
Stirling Community Press
Globe and Mail
Ottawa will reveal a deeper deficit of $19 billion Friday, $507 million more than expected, a difference that officials say is due to an accounting change.
While a large majority support the idea of a national drug program, just 5 per cent of respondents placed pharmacare in their top two health-care priorities.
Letters to shoplifters threaten legal action if hundreds in damages aren’t paid — even if the goods are recovered
Accused shoplifters, and parents of minors accused of the crime, often receive demands on behalf of retailers for hundreds of dollars. But some lawyers say they advise clients to simply ignore them.
After arrest of alleged killer Bruce McArthur and criticism over handling of other cases, Toronto police ‘recognized the need to step up our game’
The Toronto Police missing persons unit launched in July has a “mountainous challenge” with 4,200 files a year and open cases as old as 1953.
Charles Gagne murdered Eddie (Hurricane) Melo, a middleweight boxing champ and feared underworld figure, on April 6, 2001. On a day this August, at Beaver Creek minimum-security prison in Muskoka, Melo's daugher visited Gagne.