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<b>CANADA:</b> Climate change threatens extinction for most birds, report says

CANADA: Climate change threatens extinction for most birds, report says

Scientists say that more birds than they initially thought are vulnerable
Advance polls open throughout Thanksgiving weekend

Advance polls open throughout Thanksgiving weekend

They're open Oct. 11 - 14
Northern Ontario finally gets a PET scanner

Northern Ontario finally gets a PET scanner

Northeastern Ontario was, until recently, the only area of the province that did not have its own PET scanner
National Chief urges First Nations members to vote <b>(5 photos)</b>

National Chief urges First Nations members to vote (5 photos)

Chief Bellegarde says he is embracing his 'dual citizenship' by voting in Canadian elections
Timmins man charged following 'belligerent verbal dispute' with police officer

Timmins man charged following 'belligerent verbal dispute' with police officer

He faces several serious charges, including possession of a weapon and resist peace officer
<b>Adopt Me:</b> Squanchy is a polite, handsome gentleman

Adopt Me: Squanchy is a polite, handsome gentleman

He is such a lovable kitty, his caretakers don't understand why he hasn't been adopted yet!
South Porcupine building issued tear-down notice

South Porcupine building issued tear-down notice

Order gives a number of reasons why it's beyond repair
Northern College, Algoma U team up for 'spooktacular' fundraiser

Northern College, Algoma U team up for 'spooktacular' fundraiser

Haunted Trail event supports area high schools and the college’s bursary foundation
<b>CANADA:</b> Don't worry. Robots won't take over all our jobs, expert says

CANADA: Don't worry. Robots won't take over all our jobs, expert says

Even though the future is unknown, Canada’s employment rate has risen steadily from 53 per cent in 1946 to more than 61 per cent today.
Good morning, Timmins!

Good morning, Timmins!

Gorgeous mainly sunny skies today