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Northern Peninsula forest industry's potential revival hits roadblocks with campaign underway

The company proposing to construct a $20-million pellet plant in Hawkes Bay struggling to find investors and dealing with personnel changes, sources say.

Threatened Risteen building in Fredericton considered for heritage designation

The City of Fredericton has halted any work on the Risteen building in downtown Fredericton for 60 days, so council can assess whether the property should be brought under the heritage preservation bylaw.

No charges to be laid against Vale after investigation of potentially toxic slag run-off

Environment Canada has decided not to lay charges against Vale for potentially dangerous run-off coming from its Sudbury slag piles. But the mining company is currently installing a new system for controlling seepage, which it says is unrelated to the government investigation.

Malaysian climber at hospital after 2 days alone on Annapurna

A Malaysian mountain climber was being treated in a hospital in Nepal's capital Friday after being stranded nearly two days alone near the summit of Annapurna.

The unlikely rise of the Toronto Raptors

Twenty four years ago the Toronto Raptors were named the newest team in basketball - and the first franchise outside of the United States. In the years that followed, the team would go from widespread public indifference, to one of the most successful teams in the NBA. The Raptors are in the middle of their most successful period as a franchise; with six straight playoff berths under their belt, and a prospective finals push on the horizon. Today on Front Burner, we sit down with longtime voice of the Toronto Raptors, Jack Armstrong, to track the teams unlikely rise. For more about Armstrong visit

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Shooting of Pat Musitano the latest in a deadly string of mob-related violence

Pat Musitano, reputed scion of the Hamilton crime family that shares his name, was shot Thursday after reportedly leaving a meeting with his lawyer. He remains in life-threatening condition.

There's going to be less 'forest' in the Forest City area, thanks to provincial cuts

The region's top tree planter says slashing the 50 million tree program will hinder local reforestation efforts in the London area and cause financial turbulence for some private nurseries.

Organizers deny allegations of racism

Jay Riedel says the goal of the United We Roll convoy was to bring Canada together.

'I have to draw the line'

Arnprior residents John McLaughlan, Geoffrey White and Marc Bissonnette say the convoy's intended message has been 'polluted' by alleged ties to yellow vest protesters, who have been accused of harbouring racism.

KFC employee in Tilbury calls 911 after recognizing child in Amber Alert

A witness says she saw the vehicle in the Amber Alert in the parking lot at the KFC in Tilbury, Ont.

This Sri Lankan Londoner wants you to 'fight with love' for a world of peace

The president of the Canada Sri Lanka Association in London made an emotional plea to the community in a prayer service planned for victims of the Easter bomb attacks.

NCC blocks Carleton's plans for 2nd entrance on Colonel By

The National Capital Commission has turned down a bid by Carleton University to build a new entrance to its campus from Colonel By Drive because the federal agency doesn't want to see more traffic on the scenic route.

Developers 'rolling the dice' to add units to Westboro triplexes

Developers building triplexes in Westboro are returning to the city for approval to add a fourth unit as a way to circumvent the normal process, Ottawa's planning committee heard Thursday.

CHEO's new autism therapy fees too expensive, say parents

Some Ottawa parents of children with autism say they won't be purchasing therapy from the Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO) because it's too expensive.

It's easy — but wrong — to blame gender bias for Canada's sudden lack of female premiers: Robyn Urback

Canada is not experiencing a sexist regression so much as it is a desire for change. But most of the "change" options presented from opposing parties are men.

'I just broke down crying': Canadian video game creators face gruelling 'crunch' hours

The video game industry is hugely profitable, but it has a dirty little secret: Crunch. For years, many workers have toiled for incredibly long hours to meet game release deadlines, often with no overtime pay. It takes a toll on their health. Now, some in the industry are demanding change.

Heavy rains fall Friday making a bad situation worse

A special weather statement is in effect for the region with heavy rain expected.

Transforming health care: How artificial intelligence is reshaping the medical landscape

Computers that think like humans are changing hospitals and will soon play a role in giving diagnoses. But some experts warn that serious ethical questions remain.

Airbnb for LGBTQ travellers boycotts hotels owned by Sultan of Brunei in wake of new death penalty laws

A short-term rental company that caters to LGBTQ travellers is calling for a boycott of hotels around the world owned by the Sultan of Brunei following the introduction of new laws making gay sex punishable by stoning to death.

Legion branches cancel United We Roll events amid online backlash

Three United We Roll town halls scheduled for eastern Ontario legion branches have been cancelled after a public backlash.