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<b>CANADA:</b> Extensive new study finds three-billion-bird decline

CANADA: Extensive new study finds three-billion-bird decline

Forest birds such as flycatchers, woodpeckers and chickadees are down more than a billion
Newmarket going blue and white on Dementia Friendly Day

Newmarket going blue and white on Dementia Friendly Day

Newmarket is 'lighting up' Riverwalk Commons and the Fred A. Lundy Bridge to demonstrate to people living with the disease that they are still important, valued and contributing members of our communities
Good morning, Newmarket!

Good morning, Newmarket!

Mix of sun and cloud with warm temperatures
Rubbernecking on Highway 404 results in 11 distracted driving tickets

Rubbernecking on Highway 404 results in 11 distracted driving tickets

Drivers holding smartphones to take pictures of a collision on Highway 404 northbound in Newmarket this afternoon were penalized
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> How quickly should you pay off your student loans?

BEYOND LOCAL: How quickly should you pay off your student loans?

Two money experts share their stories
Georgian has tips for mature students thinking about college

Georgian has tips for mature students thinking about college

Event, which will take place at Orillia campus Sept. 24, is meant to help people who have been out of school for a while
Region's first human case of West Nile this year confirmed in King

Region's first human case of West Nile this year confirmed in King

There may be mosquitoes carrying the virus in other municipalities, medical officer of health advises
Homelessness roundtable: people don't choose to be on the street

Homelessness roundtable: people don't choose to be on the street

Newmarket, Aurora community talk homelessness, ways to help people on their journey out
VIDEO: New players, new season, new gear

VIDEO: New players, new season, new gear

On today's What's New, we catch up with Chris Reilly, principal owner of Pro Image Sports in the Upper Canada Mall
Uxbridge hospital receives redevelopment funding from province

Uxbridge hospital receives redevelopment funding from province

Ontario is investing up to $500,000 to support Markham Stouffville Hospital with early capital planning for the proposed major redevelopment of its Uxbridge site