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Consider yourself a closet Sherlock Holmes? Conservation officers need your help!

Consider yourself a closet Sherlock Holmes? Conservation officers need your help!

'Conservation officers often work in remote areas, investigating cases….[and] many of our cases, we do not have complainants to talk to…so any help we can get from the public to put the puzzle together is beneficial'
Guelph street gets underground frog crossing <b>(3 photos)</b>

Guelph street gets underground frog crossing (3 photos)

Move comes after 'several hundred frog fatalities'
Man claims Ontario city's bus passes for disabled are discriminatory

Man claims Ontario city's bus passes for disabled are discriminatory

Launches human rights complaint, says he's humiliated every time he buys one
Preschoolers in Guelph help university students take the edge off exam stress <b>(8 photos)</b>

Preschoolers in Guelph help university students take the edge off exam stress (8 photos)

A team of little ones handed out 1,000 'cards of kindness' on campus
Proof Sudburians love their sauce

Proof Sudburians love their sauce

One retail manager says he thinks it's a northern Ontario thing
Competition Bureau to review deal that made Barrie Examiner, dozens of other papers history

Competition Bureau to review deal that made Barrie Examiner, dozens of other papers history

Total of five Simcoe County papers shuttered, among almost three dozen in Ontario
Northern judge accused of misconduct

Northern judge accused of misconduct

John Keast, who sits in Sudbury and formerly sat in Sault Ste. Marie, accused of revealing confidential information, faces hearing
Ontario child missing for hours after dog runs away with sleigh

Ontario child missing for hours after dog runs away with sleigh

The dog ran into the woods with the two-year-old in tow, say OPP
Northern Ontario man is living out his dreams. This one involved a wheelchair-mounted crossbow

Northern Ontario man is living out his dreams. This one involved a wheelchair-mounted crossbow

Paralyzed by ALS, Eddy Lefrançois is steadily crossing experiences off his bucket list, but this one was special — 'For me to completely forget I have ALS for days was a first'
Ontario's excess green electricity sold at a loss of $500M a year, engineers say

Ontario's excess green electricity sold at a loss of $500M a year, engineers say

Discount power is enough to serve a million homes for a year