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12 pets ready for the holidays

12 pets ready for the holidays

  As the rest of us trim the tree and rush to finish that last minute shopping, these holiday-ready pets are all set for the big...

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Police pull 10 drinking drivers off the road

The first impaired driving arrest at a Niagara Regional Police RIDE Saturday night came after a driver passed a cruiser going 40 km/h over the speed limit. He later admitted to police he drank "way too much".

Driver tells cop he drank "way too much" during RIDE stop

Police pull 10 drivers off the road at Niagara checkpoints

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Knoxdale-Merivale Coun. Keith Egli wants to city to review the cost of bringing back detailed written minutes in addition to the audio and video records the city switched to in 2011.

City to look at bringing back meeting minutes

Coun. Keith Egli is concerned that eliminating full-text records of discussions at city council and committee meetings is making it more...

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Harder vows to live up to her name as planning chairwoman

Former planning committee vice-chairwoman Jan Harder, councillor for Barrhaven, will take over the helm as the committee’s chairwoman.

Harder vows to live up to her name as planning chairwoman

According to the new planning committee chairwoman, the city has been “too soft” on development applications in the past. That should...

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Welcome home

The Ahmed-Haji-Dahir family stand in front of their brand new Habitat for Humanity home in Orléans, which they were scheduled to move into on Dec. 20. Pictured from left are, Kassim, 14, their father Mohamed, Abdu-Rahman, 10, Faduma, 16, and Hafsa, 15. Missing from photo are their mother, Zahra Haji-Dahir, and Aisha, 18, and Fardowsa, 20.

Sweet homecoming for four families

Four new families received the keys for their Habitat for Humanity-built homes on Nantes Street in Orléans on Dec. 17. The homes have been...

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Giant map helps reveal Canada’s true Arctic

Grade 5 students from St. Gabriel School in Kanata test out the Canadian Museum of Nature’s giant Arctic floor map at the museum on Dec. 16. The map, part of the museum’s Arctic Alive: Explore the natural history of Canada’s Arctic, is part of holiday programming at the museum from Dec. 26 to Jan. 4.

Giant map helps reveal Canada’s true Arctic

The Canadian Museum of Nature has created a way for all Canadian children to have the opportunity to explore the Arctic -- right from the...

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