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Wednesday, Oct 17

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Paul Bernardo denied parole

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BATH, Ont. -- Convicted rapist and killer Paul Bernardo has been denied parole.

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Four people arrested for drugs in Ingersoll

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Four Ingersoll residents are facing charges after a raid on a Thames Street home.

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Streamlined pardon process for pot possession convictions on the horizon

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The federal government promises it will soon be quicker -- and less expensive -- to obtain a criminal pardon for previous convictions of simple pot possession.

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Paul Bernardo to make parole request

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Convicted rapist and killer Paul Bernardo is due to plead for release today.

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Local company giving away thousands in grants to celebrate anniversary

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Propane and fuel company Dowler-Karn is celebrating 75 years in business by giving away thousands of dollars in community grants.

Man accused of swimming naked in Toronto shark tank arrested

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Police have arrested a B.C. man who is accused of swimming naked in a shark tank at a popular Toronto aquarium.

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New era dawns as weed becomes legal in Canada

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Canadians are waking to a seismic cultural shift as nearly a century of marijuana prohibition ends across the country today.

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Ontario residents can now buy cannabis online, must wait for retail stores

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Ontario residents can now legally buy cannabis online, though they'll have to wait until early next year to purchase some from a store.

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Mega Millions jackpot soars to $900 million, second-highest

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No winning lottery ticket was sold for the latest Mega Millions drawing, meaning the estimated jackpot climbs to US$900 million.

No winning Mega Millions ticket; jackpot climbs to US$868M

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No winning lottery ticket was sold for the latest Mega Millions drawing, meaning the estimated jackpot climbs to US$868 million.

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Postal union issues strike notices, could start rotating job action Monday

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The Canadian Union of Postal Workers said Tuesday it has given strike notice to Canada Post that workers could walk off the job as early as next week.

Feds to announce plan to pardon Canadians convicted of simple possession of pot

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The federal government will announce on Wednesday morning that it intends to proceed with granting pardons to Canadians who have past simple possession charges.

Tuesday, Oct 16

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Council ratifies tentative deal with inside workers

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The city of London has ratified a new contract with CUPE Local 101, representing 836 inside city workers.

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London cop charged with driving with more than 80 mg of alcohol

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A London police officer has been placed on administrative duties and charged with driving with more than 80 mgs of alcohol in blood following a weekend incident.

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Identifying fetus remains in Detroit funeral home could take months: official

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Identifying the mummified remains of 10 fetuses and one full-term infant found hidden in a shuttered Detroit funeral home may depend on the availability of business records and could take months, a medical examiner said Tuesday.

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Nanos survey: Nearly 8 in 10 Canadians uninterested in smoking cannabis once legal

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With the hours ticking down until cannabis legalization, a new Nanos Research survey suggests the majority of Canadians are not interested in smoking marijuana.

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Rookie OPP officer charged under HTA

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An OPP officer with only a year under her belt has been charged under the Highway Traffic Act.

Transport truck with 'major defect' taken off Highway 401: OPP

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Chatham-Kent OPP say a trucker has been charged after he was driving a tractor trailer on Highway 401 with a ‘major defect.’

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Abbott-brand nutrition beverages recalled for bacteria concerns

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Abbott Nutrition is recalling a number of its canned nutritional beverages due to possible bacterial contamination.

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Police seeking missing 60-year-old woman

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London police are asking for the public’s assistance in locating 60-year-old Sharon Munroe of London.

Monday, Oct 15

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Man strips and jumps into Toronto aquarium shark tank

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The Ripley's Aquarium in Toronto says it's provided police with surveillance video of a man who stripped naked and jumped into its popular shark tank exhibit.

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Indecent act charges laid following incidents near university

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A London man police say committed indecent acts is facing charges.

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Residential fire in London deemed suspicious

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Police are investigating a fire they call suspicious.

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Woman swims to shore after vehicle slides into Thames River

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A London woman escaped after her vehicle slid into the Thames River in Dover Township.

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Woman airlifted to London hospital following crash

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A woman in her twenties was in critical condition after a two-vehicle collision between Tavistock and New Hamburg.

Fire at pizzeria causes $100K in damages

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No one was injured after a fire broke out at pizzeria in south-west London.

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Duke and Duchess of Sussex expecting child in spring

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Prince Harry and his wife the Duchess of Sussex are expecting a child in the spring, Kensington Palace said Monday.

Sunday, Oct 14

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Driver wanted after fleeing scene of crash in Owen Sound

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Owen Sound Police are appealing to the public for help in identifying a van involved in a hit-and-run collision on Friday morning.

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Cyclist injured after early morning hit-and-run

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A bicyclist received minor injuries after being hit by a car that took off early Sunday morning.

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London police investigating shooting on Trafalgar Street

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One male is in custody following a shooting late Saturday afternoon on Trafalgar Street.