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FILE - In this Saturday, May 7, 2016 file photo Leicester City team manager Claudio Ranieri has the crown of the trophy placed on his head by...
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Column: Leicester's fall doesn't tarnish an improbable title

Column: Leicester's fall doesn't tarnish an improbable title

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Love is in the air

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Talking to kids about fentanyl

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Letters | Feb 24, 2017

Letter re concerns about hydro pricing

Dear editor: My wife and I moved to Ontario three years ago in preparation for our retirement, relocating to a rural...

West Carleton Review | by Alan Dickie
Columns | Feb 23, 2017

For the woman who has everything

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West Carleton Review | by Diana Fisher
Editorial | Feb 23, 2017

A truly Canadian voice silenced

Stuart McLean of CBC radio’s Vinyl Café was a Canadian superstar. And what did he do? He simply told stories. Yes,...

Stittsville News | by John Curry
Baseball | Feb 22, 2017
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Column: Baseball should get serious about speeding up games

Column: Baseball should get serious about speeding up games

Basketball | Feb 22, 2017
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Column: Lakers can't count on celebrity to bring back glory

Column: Lakers can't count on celebrity to bring back glory

Columns | Feb 22, 2017

Cora's sudden departure raises questions at school

It was certainly something to think about. And it was the talk of the Northcote School.

St. Lawrence News | by Mary Cook

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