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2 Canadians identified after they were killed in Mexico

Family members have identified two Canadians killed in a boating accident in Mexico. Read more...

Some plants can hear themselves being eaten

New research done by the University of Missouri has found that plants have the abilities to detect when they are being eaten. Read more...

Education Minister comments on Secondary School negotiations

Education Minister Liz Sandals says it's disappointing mediated talks with secondary school teachers failed to result in an agreement Read more...

Main Street Bridge to be limited starting tomorrow

Traffic on East Main Street will be reduced to one lane on the bridge between King Street and Niagara Street (and Division St.) starting May 25th, 2015 and lasting until Friday, June 26, 2015. Read more...

More layoffs for Blackberry, but smartphone maker won't say how many

BlackBerry said it wants to reduce the size of its device operations and make them profitable again, but it didn't say how many jobs will be cut. Read more...

No winner in 6/49 draw

Somebody in Canada is waking up a millionaire this morning, but it's not a 5-millionaire. Read more...

March Against Monsanto takes place in 428 cities across the world

Protestors gathered in major cities across the world yesterday to rally against the biotechnology giant Monsanto. Read more...

Ontario High School teachers and Province at impasse

The Ontario Secondary School Teachers Federation issued a statement on Saturday that two days of talks with a mediator have failed to make any progress. Read more...

City of London looking at a municipal strike

Around 750 city workers are expected to be on the picket line in front of London City Hall tomorrow morning. Read more...

Niagara Police asking for public's assistance in finding driver

Niagara Police are looking for a suspect after an incident in Vineland involving a cyclist. Read more...