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<b>ONTARO:</b> Sudbury native helped build, launch a research rocket into the Earth's atmosphere

ONTARO: Sudbury native helped build, launch a research rocket into the Earth's atmosphere

Megan Gran was the only Canadian selected for the experience, which was conducted in northern Norway
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Tesla shuttle service permanently parked

ONTARIO: Tesla shuttle service permanently parked

Wroute suspended operations on Thursday
<b>WORLD:</b> Birth of royal baby boy alters line of succession for British throne

WORLD: Birth of royal baby boy alters line of succession for British throne

The baby's name has not yet been released
<b>ONTARIO:</b> 'Outrageously slow reader' returns library book 49 years late

ONTARIO: 'Outrageously slow reader' returns library book 49 years late

Library had put out a Twitter call to find the man
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Elliot Lake to build 'community hub' on site of tragic mall collapse

ONTARIO: Elliot Lake to build 'community hub' on site of tragic mall collapse

The new building is expected to include a fitness facility, ice arena, five sheets of curling ice, and a swimming pool
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Inspired by Ellen, couple buys out closing shoe store to make donation

ONTARIO: Inspired by Ellen, couple buys out closing shoe store to make donation

They donated the stock from the Payless Shoe store to a program for hospital patients who need clothing
<b>CANADA:</b> New report suggests women's shelters are suffering chronic funding gaps

CANADA: New report suggests women's shelters are suffering chronic funding gaps

This study is the first of its kind in Canada
Sudbury's second cannabis store still waiting on green light from province

Sudbury's second cannabis store still waiting on green light from province

Owner Anton Lucic says High Life is ready to open
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Man on a mission to make Barrie a two-horse town

ONTARIO: Man on a mission to make Barrie a two-horse town

Technically they're his mom's horses
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Somebody bought Thunder Bay's old courthouse and now you can sleep there

ONTARIO: Somebody bought Thunder Bay's old courthouse and now you can sleep there

The Thunder Bay Courthouse was opened in 1924 and operated through 2014. It opens as a hotel next week