Hail in Canada
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Severe thunderstorms unleash havoc in southwestern Ontario

A series of severe thunderstorms in southwestern Ontario led to tornado warnings, power outages, and extensive damage due to high winds and hail
Suspects, project Big Rig
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Major cargo theft ring busted in Canada: 15 Indian-origin men arrested, $9M worth of property recovered

Canadian police have arrested 15 Indian-origin men for operating a significant cargo theft ring. The operation led to the recovery of property worth over 9 million dollars
Paramedics loading a patient to an ambulance in Toronto
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Scarborough drive-by shootings leave three injured, suspect at large

A series of drive-by shootings in Scarborough has resulted in three people being injured, with two in serious condition. Toronto police are actively searching for the shooter, who targeted the victims in separate incidents. The suspect, driving a...
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Ontario government maintains low rent increase guideline to protect tenants

Ontario keeps rent increase guideline at 2.5% in 2024, well below the average inflation rate of 5.9%, as part of efforts to safeguard tenants. This decision aligns with the government's commitment to supporting affordable housing and providing...
Ruby Kerr
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Massive search underway for 11-year-old missing from St. Kateri

An intense search is underway for 11-year-old Ruby Kerr who vanished from St. Kateri Outdoor Learning Centre in Sault Ste. Marie.
Derek Fox
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Leadership shakeup: NAN Grand Chief Derek Fox removed from office

Derek Fox, Grand Chief of the Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN), has been removed from office due to alleged violations of NAN's code of conduct. A byelection is imminent.
Satellite derived smoke plume
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Wildfire smoke's far-reaching effects: from Western Canada to Ontario and to Quebec

Millions of Canadians are expected to feel the impacts of smoke from wildfires in Western Canada as it travels thousands of kilometers in the coming days.
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Ontario man sentenced to house arrest for gravel attack on Prime Minister

Shane Marshall, an Ontario man who threw gravel at Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, has been sentenced to 90 days of house arrest and a 12-month probation period.
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Public trust at stake: Pembroke Mayor's land offer sparks debate on city bylaws and policies

Pembroke's Mayor Ron Gervais faces public scrutiny over his $1,000 offer to buy a 304-square-meter piece of surplus city land near his home.
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Ontario will invest $180M in improving math and literacy skills of students, hiring 1 000 new teachers

The Ontario government has announced a plan to invest more than $180 million in improving the math, reading, and writing skills of students across the province.