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<b>ONTARIO:</b> Police find boy who skipped school to catch 'huge fish', replace his broken rod

ONTARIO: Police find boy who skipped school to catch 'huge fish', replace his broken rod

Not before explaining to him the importance of going to school, of course
Police warn driveway paving scams on the rise

Police warn driveway paving scams on the rise

Don't assume because the person knocking on your door has business cards and contracts that his company is legitimate, South Simcoe police say
Markham woman, 75, dies of injuries following 5-vehicle collision

Markham woman, 75, dies of injuries following 5-vehicle collision

Police are seeking witnesses to the collision at Highway 7 and Ninth Line yesterday at 5 p.m.
Newmarket supporters join NDP leader at Barrie campaign stop <b>(8 photos)</b>

Newmarket supporters join NDP leader at Barrie campaign stop (8 photos)

<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> The environmental impact of academic air travel

BEYOND LOCAL: The environmental impact of academic air travel

Researchers are keen to travel abroad but air transport makes a significant contribution to global greenhouse gas emissions
Newmarket residents to get first peek at Mulock Estate property

Newmarket residents to get first peek at Mulock Estate property

On Oct. 6, bring a picnic and blanket and stroll around historical property slated to become world-class community park
Good morning, Newmarket!

Good morning, Newmarket!

Beautiful mainly sunny skies today
<b>CANADA:</b> Economist argues that politicians should focus more on managing, not spending, our money

CANADA: Economist argues that politicians should focus more on managing, not spending, our money

Politicians should stop trying to bribe us with our own money and instead propose fundamental structural changes to how governments operate and budget themselves, researcher says
Newmarket-Aurora Conservative candidate's election signs must come down: York Region

Newmarket-Aurora Conservative candidate's election signs must come down: York Region

The Regional Municipality of York is cracking down on federal election signs put up by candidates in eight local ridings that are in violation of its sign bylaw
Deputy premier joins CMHA in celebrating Recovery Month

Deputy premier joins CMHA in celebrating Recovery Month

'Our government is working with our partners like CMHA to build awareness, reduce stigma and support more Ontarians in their journey toward mental wellness and recovery,' Christine Elliott says