August 9, 2016

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Danny Roman vs. Enrique Quevedo on August 26

In the co-feature, heavyweight knockout sensation LaRon Mitchell (13-0, 13 KOs) looks to extend his unbeaten, KO winning streak against Mario Heredia (14-4, 12 KOs)...

Accessibility advocates tweet their barriers | Toronto Star

Two social media campaigns are attracting attention to lackluster building, airline plans for people with disabilities.and more »...

Fired Deutsche Bank Manager Claims Superiors Approved Deal ...

A former Deutsche Bank AG executive who's suing the firm for unfair dismissal is arguing in court that the payments to a Chinese joint venture...

Ontario invests in repairing child care centres

Ontario is providing $16 million to complete over 550 facility upgrades and repair projects at more than 140 child care centres across the province to...

L.A. Unified projects a record 75% graduation rate for Class of 2016 ...

The Los Angeles Unified School District announced Tuesday an estimated 75% graduation rate for the Class of 2016, up from 72.2% last year. Supt. Michelle ...and...

No Old Home Day in Canterbury this year

But Linda Orlomoski, a member of the Canterbury Historical Society, said the committee was forced to cancel the event after seeing their usual historical exhibitors...

Province invests $1.6 million to bring agencies under same roof

Peterborough MPP Jeff Leal stopped by the Lindsay Street facility on Monday (Aug. 8) to announce the funding on behalf of Minister of Children and...

Smiths Falls, Ont., pair charged in family services document breach ...

After the personal information of 285 clients and individuals being investigated by the Family and Children's Services of Lanark, Leeds and Grenville was posted ...and more »...

Tim Hudak Resigning Seat To Become Ontario Real Estate Association CEO

There is already a vacancy in the Ottawa-Vanier riding created when former attorney general Madeleine Meilleur resigned in June. There is already a byelection scheduled...

Specialized London school will continue to serve Sarnia-Lambton students

... Ottawa and Belleville – earlier this year in an effort to gather input on services and programming for students and their families, but this...

Closing the gap on youth unemployment

Deb Matthews, Ontario Education and Skills Development Minister, called the expert panel's report “an aspirational document” that will build an education system reflecting the needs...

Area hospital hosts career camp for middle school students

... the Missouri Scholars Academy this summer at the University of Missouri. • Central High — Aki Anandarajah, Sam Barber, Joshua Conaway, Lydia Estrada, Zoe...

Michelle Goldberg: Why some Republican women are voting for Clinton

"I think much of that is Republican women voters who simply can't vote for someone so vile towards women as Donald Trump," says Meghan Milloy,...

Beyond 'Obamacare': Initiatives in California, Colorado refocus health debate

Sanders supports both the California and Colorado initiatives, said spokesman Michael Briggs. “We are in the process of building a new organization to keep a...

Watchdog urges Ontario to review act governing conflict of interest

In a report released on Tuesday, J. David Wake asked the legislature to review the Member's Integrity Act to clarify “whether it should apply to...

2 open Berkeley City Council races draw significant cash

Al Murray, who serves as the chair of both the Berkeley Energy Commission as well as the Personnel Board and once served on the Fair...

Post-Bloomberg morning briefing

600 words, by Raymond Colitt, Mario Sergio Lima and Anna Edgerton (Bloomberg). GERMANY _ Merkel's decision to admit huge numbers of refugees without knowing their...

Patel century proves in vain

Girlington piled up 304-6, led by Musawar Shah (94), Mansar Naqvi (60) and Zafar Ali (67no), before Ali's 5-22 helped blitz Interlink for just 41.

Hydro users roast premier at her own barbecue. Amiably, of course (13 photos)

1 / 13 Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne and Sault MPP David Orazietti held a barbecue and community meet and greet at Bellevue Park Monday evening...

Upcoming conference will highlight strategies to end sexual violence on campus

University Affairs (press release) (blog)University Affairs (press release) (blog)Representatives from non-profit agencies working to end sexual violence, Ontario MPP Sophie Kiwala and Ontario's Minister Responsible...

Bradley considers loosening liquor restrictions

Village attorney Jim Rowe said after the meeting he also had not heard anyone comment on potential shift in sale hours. Every other day of...

Essar Global brass fly to Sault, mingle with Premier Wynne (5 photos)

Today, Premier Wynne and Thunder Bay-Superior North MPP Michael Gravelle will enjoy a blissfully media-free morning at Pancake Bay Provincial Park, followed by an afternoon...

DR. KAREL KENNEDY

Dr. Kennedy was a 1963 graduate of C.E. Murray High School in Greeleyville and received his undergraduate degree in chemistry from Howard University in Washington,...

Firm raising stake in Ring of Fire

A $785,000 study into a RoF route has been completed and is under review by the province, said Northern Development and Mines Minister Michael Gravelle.

A's Gray won't need surgery on forearm

OAKLAND -- An MRI of A's right-hander Sonny Gray's right forearm showed no structural damage, manager Bob Melvin said following Oakland's 3-2 win over Baltimore...

Ontario has 'no plans' to close schools for special needs students

Ontario says there are no plans to close residential schools for special needs students, but the Liberal government issued conflicting statements Monday about the schools'...