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Liberals give formal notice for law to end Canada Post strike

Liberals give formal notice for law to end Canada Post strike

The Canadian Union of Postal Workers on Monday turned down an offer for a holiday cooling-off period and a possible $1,000 bonus for its 50,000 members
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Thieves make off with blood samples

ONTARIO: Thieves make off with blood samples

They had been left on a porch
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Runaway reindeer remains at-large in Collingwood (Update: Captured)

ONTARIO: Runaway reindeer remains at-large in Collingwood (Update: Captured)

It bolted prior to Christmas celebrations planned for Saturday night
ONTARIO: Government to extend hours to buy booze

ONTARIO: Government to extend hours to buy booze

Hours for alcohol sales will be extended at the Beer Store, LCBO, and grocery stores from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m., seven days a week
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Toys "R" Us Canada survived its U.S. counterpart's collapse. Here's how its president plans to make it thrive

ONTARIO: Toys "R" Us Canada survived its U.S. counterpart's collapse. Here's how its president plans to make it thrive

It begins in Guelph
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Thieves cut the catalytic converter off this food bank van

ONTARIO: Thieves cut the catalytic converter off this food bank van

It's going to cost $4,500 to get the vehicle back on the road
<b> ONTARIO:</b> Safety expert says you shouldn't have to use winter tires, but you definitely should use them

ONTARIO: Safety expert says you shouldn't have to use winter tires, but you definitely should use them

'You wouldn't wear your sandals all year 'round just to save a couple bucks,' Brian Patterson tells drivers still on the fence about installing winter tires
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Woman who needed air ambulance in Nova Scotia stuck with $12,000 bill

ONTARIO: Woman who needed air ambulance in Nova Scotia stuck with $12,000 bill

The 81-year-old French River woman and her husband are now trying to have the decision reversed
ONTARIO: Fly Jamaica flight headed to Toronto crash lands in Guyana, all passengers survive

ONTARIO: Fly Jamaica flight headed to Toronto crash lands in Guyana, all passengers survive

There were reportedly 82 Canadians on board on the plane, carrying 118 people and eight crew members
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Second municipality halts use of fake snow in film productions

ONTARIO: Second municipality halts use of fake snow in film productions

While not a ban, city is reviewing use of chemical to ensure it's safe