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Oct 31st, 2018
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Paul Bonwick by John Edwards Collingwood Connection One of the key figures in Collingwood’s judicial inquiry isn’t likely to be able to participate if he doesn’t receive funding from the Town of Collingwood. This was the message of David O’Connor, representative for Paul Bonwick during a status heari...
Oct 31st, 2018
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Plastic bag afloat in ocean Simcoe County, members of public must be involved in decision, says Bradford West Gwillimbury council by: Jenni Dunning Barrie Today October 7 2018 The saying “paper or plastic?” could one day be a thing of the past in Bradford West Gwillimbury, as town council recently ac...
Oct 30th, 2018
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Edwin Espinal and Karen Spring on their wedding day in La Tolva prison, Honduras From Janet Spring Simcoe Honduras Rights Monitor On Thursday October 18, 2018, our daughter Karen Spring and Edwin Espinal were married in La Tolva maximum security prison around noon, under heavy guard. In attendance we...
Oct 22nd, 2018
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51 municipalities across Ontario reported to have extended election by a day AWARE Simcoe note: Voters, check how candidates have responded to questions from AWARE Simcoe. To find their responses, go to: Candidates / Election 2018 on the menu bar and click on the required municipality. Then open the ...
Oct 22nd, 2018
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Illustration from Plastic Ocean: A Film About Microplastics From EurekAlert Microplastics have been found in the human food chain as particles made of polypropylene (PP), polyethylene-terephthalate (PET) and others were detected in human stools, research presented today at the 26th UEG Week in Vienna...
Oct 22nd, 2018
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From the Council of Canadians On Wednesday, October 24, the Council of Canadians is partnering with our friends at 350.org to bring people together from across the country. We will be delivering copies of the the IPCC report to Member of Parliament’s constituency offices along with a pledge that they...
Oct 22nd, 2018
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  By Robert Jago The Guardian Seventy kilometers north of Kenora, in Ontario’s Lake of the Woods region, among a series of rolling, densely forested hills between two lakes, is the Ojibway community of Grassy Narrows, or the Asubpeechoseewagong First Nation. It is home to about 1,000 people. As ...
Oct 16th, 2018
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Professor Ian Clark of the University of Ottawa and graduate student Hamed Mozafari take water samples at the Elmvale flow. By Kate Harries AWARE News Network The pristine water that flows from the Waverley Uplands was the subject of brief but intense investigation earlier this month. Scientists from...
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Oct 12th, 2018
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Oct 12th, 2018
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