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<b>ONTARIO:</b> Three young players and coach booted from minor hockey team

ONTARIO: Three young players and coach booted from minor hockey team

A Cambridge man found out via email that he could no longer coach and three players, including his six-year-old daughter, would not be allowed to play
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Food Guide revamp expected to be a 'complete departure' from what we use now

ONTARIO: Food Guide revamp expected to be a 'complete departure' from what we use now

Up until now, he believes the main focus was to make it simple, generic and easy to follow, but the new recommendations will be more science-based and flexible
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Victims identified in Ottawa bus crash

ONTARIO: Victims identified in Ottawa bus crash

The Ottawa Police Service is releasing the names of the three people killed when an OC Transpo bus collided with the Transitway station
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Foreign affairs minister welcomes "brave new Canadian" as Saudi teen lands in Toronto

ONTARIO: Foreign affairs minister welcomes "brave new Canadian" as Saudi teen lands in Toronto

TORONTO — A Saudi teen described as a "brave new Canadian" by an official from the government that granted her refugee status as she fled her allegedly abusive family is en route to her new home, Canada's Foreign Affairs Minister said Saturday.
ONTARIO: Walk Off the Earth fans come from across the globe to remember 'Beard Guy'

ONTARIO: Walk Off the Earth fans come from across the globe to remember 'Beard Guy'

Mike Taylor's vacant keyboard sat on stage, covered in lit candles
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Post-Humboldt, how is Canada making changes to road safety?

ONTARIO: Post-Humboldt, how is Canada making changes to road safety?

This article, originally written by Ahmed Shalaby , University of Manitoba , originally appeared on The Conversation and is republished here with permission: The Humboldt Broncos bus crash last April caused 16 fatalities and 13 injuries and has resul
<b>ONTARIO:</b> A little empathy could go a long way in bettering drug policy, says professor

ONTARIO: A little empathy could go a long way in bettering drug policy, says professor

The negative conversation surrounding images of drug users left Brock Visual Arts Professor Linda Steer wondering if viewing these photographs with more empathy could be key to changing drug discourse
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Attawapiskat band Midnight Shine covers Neil Young's 'Heart of Gold,' partly in Cree

ONTARIO: Attawapiskat band Midnight Shine covers Neil Young's 'Heart of Gold,' partly in Cree

Track appears on Midnight Shine's third album 'High Road'
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Are children our most powerful weapon to combat climate change?

ONTARIO: Are children our most powerful weapon to combat climate change?

Carleton University's Associate Professor, Department of Psychology and Institute of Interdisciplinary Studies Stefania Maggi believes we need to show children how to connect with our planet in meaningful ways
Winners of cannabis store lottery announced

Winners of cannabis store lottery announced

It appears Ontario's initial cannabis retail sector will be dominated by entrepreneurs, not corporations