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North Shore Health Network welcomes new CEO

North Shore Health Network welcomes new CEO

Ralph Barker has over 14 years of experience in Ontario's healthcare sector
Elliot Lake left out of latest round of new LCBO agency stores

Elliot Lake left out of latest round of new LCBO agency stores

25 are opening in northern Ontario
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> New research shows that gestational diabetes is a family affair

BEYOND LOCAL: New research shows that gestational diabetes is a family affair

This information may help to diagnose children with Type 1 diabetes sooner
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> Teamwork, individualism, multiculturalism abound in Toronto Raptors

BEYOND LOCAL: Teamwork, individualism, multiculturalism abound in Toronto Raptors

The Raptors succeeded on the court, but also off the court in telling their story from the point of individuality and hard work
Joining forces for an art show

Joining forces for an art show

Some of the artists displaced by roof collapse at the civic centre have joined together for an art sale this weekend
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Oldest person in North America, North Bay's Dolly Gibb dies at 114

ONTARIO: Oldest person in North America, North Bay's Dolly Gibb dies at 114

She was both Canada’s and North America’s oldest person and 9th oldest in the world
Fedeli fires back at Ontario Northland critic

Fedeli fires back at Ontario Northland critic

"Self-serving agendas" won't derail ONTC's "mission" to return passenger service
It’s D-Day. Let’s honour those Northerners who helped break Nazi power

It’s D-Day. Let’s honour those Northerners who helped break Nazi power

Historian Dieter Buse highlights the region’s contribution to the battle that helped end the war
Property tax increase expected to be approved by council next week

Property tax increase expected to be approved by council next week

Both urban and rural Elliot Lake residents can expect to pay more
<b>ONTARIO:</b> One year in, what's next for the Ford government?

ONTARIO: One year in, what's next for the Ford government?

A deeper change in direction is needed to rescue the government's political fortune, as the premier's populist appeal has already worn thin, professor says