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<b>ONTARIO:</b> Tesla shuttle service permanently parked

ONTARIO: Tesla shuttle service permanently parked

Wroute suspended operations on Thursday
<b>WORLD:</b> Birth of royal baby boy alters line of succession for British throne

WORLD: Birth of royal baby boy alters line of succession for British throne

The baby's name has not yet been released
<b>ONTARIO:</b> 'Outrageously slow reader' returns library book 49 years late

ONTARIO: 'Outrageously slow reader' returns library book 49 years late

Library had put out a Twitter call to find the man
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Elliot Lake to build 'community hub' on site of tragic mall collapse

ONTARIO: Elliot Lake to build 'community hub' on site of tragic mall collapse

The new building is expected to include a fitness facility, ice arena, five sheets of curling ice, and a swimming pool
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Inspired by Ellen, couple buys out closing shoe store to make donation

ONTARIO: Inspired by Ellen, couple buys out closing shoe store to make donation

They donated the stock from the Payless Shoe store to a program for hospital patients who need clothing
<b>CANADA:</b> New report suggests women's shelters are suffering chronic funding gaps

CANADA: New report suggests women's shelters are suffering chronic funding gaps

This study is the first of its kind in Canada
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Man on a mission to make Barrie a two-horse town

ONTARIO: Man on a mission to make Barrie a two-horse town

Technically they're his mom's horses
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Two safe after pilot makes successful wheels-up landing in North Bay

ONTARIO: Two safe after pilot makes successful wheels-up landing in North Bay

'The pilot informed us that the plane was at a critical fuel level and needed to land immediately'
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Beaver torture video sparks investigation

ONTARIO: Beaver torture video sparks investigation

The animal was hit with rocks until it became motionless
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Somebody bought Thunder Bay's old courthouse and now you can sleep there

ONTARIO: Somebody bought Thunder Bay's old courthouse and now you can sleep there

The Thunder Bay Courthouse was opened in 1924 and operated through 2014. It opens as a hotel next week