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Hurry! The clock is ticking! You only have until this Thursday to enter for a chance to win our monthly prize of a cruise for two from Celebrity Cruises. +Members can enter daily for a chance to win a cruise package for two to your choice of destination that includes either Caribbean, Europe, Alaska or Bermuda. Contest closes at 11:59 p.m. Be sure to secure extra entries by answering the poll or visiting the Celebrity Cruises website

Stay tuned for a brand new vacation giveaway starting Friday April 1st! For a hint, check out the picture below:

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From the Newsroom

"Local MPs talk about new Liberal NDP deal" - is a deeper dive into the nature of an agreement between the federal NDPs and Liberals that improves our chances of avoiding a non-confidence vote that would put us in another election.  

"Manitoulin Island man takes plant medicine to Guelph" is a look at a man from Wiikwemkoong First Nation who is well versed in the identification and use of plant medicine in the region. He is sharing some of his knowledge with young people in Guelph while also helping his culture to thrive.

"Council eyes 65K request for July street dance" is a look at plans for the upcoming Uranium Heritage Days Festival. This story is a closer look at the plan pitched to council by the city's new Recreation and Culture Manager Karilynn Kluke and other issues going before council.


Coming soon on our next episode of Up Close & Personal, we'll sit down with the host of TVO's The Agenda, Steve Paikin. We will talk about Steve's career, the new bio of John Turner he's writing and get his perspective on the situation at Laurentian University.