A London-area MPP’s proposed bill to tighten rules about how the government spends money generated from hunting and licensing fees has been shot down at Queen’s Park.
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Descending on small-town Huron County, Ontario’s political party leaders brought praise and promises Tuesday to legions of farmers gathered for North America’s largest agricultural show, being held in the heart of the province’s richest farm belt.
Jacquie Bishop spent the last five years preparing to host the largest agricultural event in North America.
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An OPP officer was lucky to escape serious injury after he was dragged nearly 25 metres by a stolen SUV fleeing from police in south London.
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Credits given for extracurricular activities.
From pain and frustration, they made something productive.