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Owen Sound man dead after house fire in Georgian Bluffs

GEORGIAN BLUFFS, Ont. — Provincial police have identified a man who died after a house fire in Georgian Bluffs, Ont. Police and firefighters were called to the home on Thursday evening.

Peel region police charge Brampton man in sexual assault case

BRAMPTON, Ont. — Police say a man from Brampton, Ont., is facing multiple charges following a sexual assault investigation. Peel regional police say a woman was in her home early in the morning of Sept.

Elliot Lake man charged with first degree murder in woman's death

ELLIOT LAKE, Ont. — An Elliot Lake, Ont., man is facing a murder charge in connection with the death of a local woman.
Ontario PC Party members met for first time since election victory

Ontario PC Party members met for first time since election victory

TORONTO — Progressive Conservatives are meeting for their first convention since the party swept to power in Ontario's spring election, but the celebration comes at a time when the new government is weathering a series of political storms.

OHL Roundup: Sam Bitten, 67's extend point streak with win over Greyhounds

SAULT STE MARIE, Ont. — Sam Bitten sparked a five-goal second period with his first of two on the night as the Ottawa 67's continued to cruise through the Ontario Hockey League competition, downing the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds 8-2 on Friday.

Christian Wolanin scores in overtime, lifts AHL Senators over Marlies 5-4

BELLEVILLE, Ont. — Christian Wolanin scored his second goal of the game 1:29 into overtime as the Belleville Senators edged the Toronto Marlies 5-4 on Friday in American Hockey League action.

Veteran Ontario police officer charged with assault with a weapon

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Police west of Toronto say a 19-year veteran of the force has been charged with assault and assault with a weapon. Peel regional police say Sgt. Badal Kaushal was arrested on Friday following a seven-month investigation.

Headphones allowed: EQAO makes new resources available to students during tests

TORONTO — Students taking standardized tests in Ontario schools this year will be able to wear headphones and access some online calculators and language resources, Ontario's Education Quality and Accountability Office says.
Killer Dellen Millard should be ineligible for parole until he's 102: Crown

Killer Dellen Millard should be ineligible for parole until he's 102: Crown

TORONTO — A 33-year-old triple killer and aviation heir will be 102 years old before he's eligible to apply for parole if prosecutors get their way.

Napanee police respond to 28 overnight crashes; no serious injuries

NAPANEE, Ont. — Provincial police in Napanee, Ont., had a busy night thanks to the weather conditions. They report responding to 28 collisions, although there were no serious injuries.
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