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Ford government's decision to move Ontario Science Centre based on 'incomplete' info, AG finds
The Ford government made its decision to move the Ontario Science Centre to Toronto's waterfront with "preliminary and incomplete cost information" and failed to consult key stakeholders, the province's acting auditor general said Wednesday.
Christine Sinclair's Canadian career is over, but her impact will be felt for generations
Christine Sinclair's final appearance, a friendly against Australia in Vancouver, took place in high definition — far removed from her 2000 debut. Canada won, and 48,112 fans — the largest for a women’s soccer friendly in Canadian history — saw it with the clarity that only time brings.
Join us for CBC Thunder Bay's Sounds of the Season
Join CBC Thunder Bay on Friday, Dec. 8, for a morning of giving at the Thunder Bay International Airport. All food and funds raised will support the Regional Food Distribution Association. Superior Morning will broadcast live from 6 to 8:30 a.m. in the airport lobby.
Canada's grocery sector among the most competitive on Earth, claims Sobeys CEO
The top executive at Sobeys asserted on Monday that Canada has one of the most competitive grocery retail sectors on the planet, even as Canadians continue to feel the bite of higher prices and Ottawa looks for solutions.
Need a new family book this Christmas? Stephanie Vincent has something for you
Thunder Bay's Stephanie Vincent has just finished up a new children's book that is sure to become a favourite — 'The Tall Moose Saves Christmas.' Hear more about it, how she came up with the idea and the inspiration she draws from her family.
CBC/Radio-Canada to cut 10 per cent of workforce, end some programming as it faces $125M budget shortfall
Sport minister to launch 'independent mechanism' to review abuse in Canadian sports
How will Bonnie Crombie build up the Ontario Liberals in the north without any elected MPPs in the region?
How Eugene Morrisseau is keeping his dad's authentic legacy alive
COVID-19 and flu set to peak over holiday season in Ontario, Moore urges vaccinations
Sounds of the Season
Thunder Bay MPPs say they're committed to fighting hunger as food bank usage hits record highs
Live Christmas trees are getting more expensive, but remain popular, say farmers
Can we build them? Yes we can, Thunder Bay officials say about the city's housing goals
Let the scrimmages begin: PWHL gathers in Upstate New York with final cuts on horizon
Bonnie Crombie wins Ontario Liberal leadership race, says party focused on beating Doug Ford
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