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OPP billing makes big impact on budget, again
The numbers are in for the impact the new OPP billing model will have on the municipality next year.
For 2016, Dysart is looking at a 31.6 per cent increase over the costs incurred in 2015.
Canadian on death row hangs hopes on Liberal government
A Canadian on death row in Montana has been living on borrowed time since admitting he murdered two young men more than three decades ago, but he says he has renewed hope he might be able to return home with the support of Justin Trudeau's government.
End of legal road for Nina Courtepatte killer 'Buffy'
'Buffy' was 16 when she participated in the horrific sexual assault and murder of 13-year-old Nina Courtepatte. The youngest of the five convicted attackers, Buffy was the only one to be sentenced as a youth. Her sentence ends next month. On Tuesday she m
Activists disrupt key Canada-U.S. oil pipelines
Activists in four states were arrested after they cut padlocks and chains and entered remote flow stations to turn off valves in an attempt to stop crude moving through lines that carry as much as 15 percent of daily U.S. oil consumption. The group posted
MP's bid to toughen animal cruelty laws defeated
A Liberal backbencher's bill to modernize Canada's antiquated animal cruelty laws has been mauled, with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his cabinet ministers joining forces with the Conservatives to vote it down.
Mounties make major haul | Alberta
The theft of a cellphone led RCMP to an unexpected seizure of $500,000 worth of stolen vehicles and firearms from a property near Rocky Mountain House.Mounties also arrested two suspects at the scene.
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