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<b>CANADA:</b> Northern Ontario Conservative candidate says he was ousted over a $15 credit card bill

CANADA: Northern Ontario Conservative candidate says he was ousted over a $15 credit card bill

Mark King calls the situation 'undemocratic', predicts riding will stay Liberal now
<b>CANADA:</b> Report says falls are leading cause for seniors hospitalized due to injury

CANADA: Report says falls are leading cause for seniors hospitalized due to injury

In many cases, the injuries were preventable
<b>CANADA:</b> Report suggests that Conservative climate plan would miss Paris Agreement targets

CANADA: Report suggests that Conservative climate plan would miss Paris Agreement targets

The report also states that the existing Liberal plan would fall short as well
Blind River hosts public information sessions to talk about its issues

Blind River hosts public information sessions to talk about its issues

It was the second such session held this year
OPP investigate break and enter at Espanola business

OPP investigate break and enter at Espanola business

The incident occurred on Thursday July 11 at approximately 8:21 a.m.
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> Why most ‘dad shaming’ comes from mom

BEYOND LOCAL: Why most ‘dad shaming’ comes from mom

It may stem from anxiety and self-doubt on the part of moms
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> Is flight shaming the next climate change conversation?

BEYOND LOCAL: Is flight shaming the next climate change conversation?

Aviation is not reducing their carbon footprint at the same rate as grand transport and industry
TV Bingo is coming to Elliot Lake <b>(update)</b>

TV Bingo is coming to Elliot Lake (update)

TV games will begin at the Legion on July 28
Blind River will act on beach concerns

Blind River will act on beach concerns

Concerns raised by residents of Blind River’s Sellers Beach will be dealt with by the Blind River council
<b>CANADA:</b> Feds push to 'prevent, punish and deter' conversion therapy

CANADA: Feds push to 'prevent, punish and deter' conversion therapy

While many provinces, Ontario included, already have some restrictions on conversion therapy, federal cabinet ministers insist that more remains to be done