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MARIN: Wynne took herself and the Liberals down

MARIN: Wynne took herself and the Liberals down

You be forgiven for thinking that the latest Ontario Liberal ad was produced by The Beaverton or The Onion. The opening words are from Premier Kathleen Wynne: “I can do better.” It reminds me of a mediocre high school student who’s about to get a rejection letter from a university …

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Value on Capitals in Las Vegas for the Stanley Cup

Value on Capitals in Las Vegas for the Stanley Cup

The highly improbable has become reality; the expansion Vegas Golden Knights are competing in the Stanley Cup final. They were as high as 500-1 odds to win it all pre-season and keep defying the odds. They now have home ice in the Stanley Cup and are -140 (you need to …

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Teen dead after fatal stabbing at Mississauga party

Teen dead after fatal stabbing at Mississauga party

MISSISSAUGA–Peel Regional Police are investigating the fatal stabbing of a teen at a house party Saturday morning. The 19-year-old was stabbed just after 1 a.m. on Tradewind Dr., near Hwy. 401 and Winston Churchill Blvd. “Our uniformed officers attended a stabbing and found a male with obvious signs of trauma. …

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ASK AMY: Mother seeks cure for daughter’s affluenza

ASK AMY: Mother seeks cure for daughter’s affluenza

Dear Amy: My adopted adult daughter is an only child who, because of her wealthy grandfather, was given too much: private tennis lessons, piano and flute lessons, private school, music camp, car, college, a gift of a grand piano, etc. Her father and I were teachers who believed in hard …

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Heart failure: What you should know about mitochondria

Heart failure: What you should know about mitochondria

Ask anyone what is the nation’s number one killer and most people will say heart attack. But how many know that congestive heart failure (CHF) is the fastest growing cause of heart disease in North America? Why is this happening? And why are mitochondria of vital importance, particularly as we …

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