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Recent Winners

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Coming Attractions

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(Picture courtesy of CITY TV)
A selection of movies in the making …

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Interview with Sault MP Bryan Hayes the Day After Yesterday’s Shootings in Ottawa

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UPDATE: Highways 17 and 548 open again

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OPPOPP have re-opened Highway 17 at Highway 548 in both directions and Highway 548 to and including the St. Joseph Island Bridge.  The highways were closed to traffic after 7:00 p.m. due to road conditions.  There was no detour during the time of the closures.

Trans-Canada closed at Highway 548

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RoadClosed3OPP closed Highway 17 early last night at Highway 548 in both directions and Highway 548 to and including the St. Joseph Island Bridge early last night.  The highways were closed to traffic after 7 o’clock due to road conditions.  There was no detour and it was immediately known when the highway would re-open.

BREAKING NEWS LIVE BLOG: Shots fired on Parliament Hill

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OTTAWA – Ottawa police confirm there were three shooting incidents in the downtown core Wednesday morning, at the National War Memorial, near the Rideau Centre and at Parliament Hill.

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World’s Scariest License Plate Number

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One could try to pass her, but I certainly wouldn’t blow the horn!

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Today Is Count Your Buttons Day

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Here are a few sayings that should…if they’re not already…be on buttons:

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Stuff And Such

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Charlie Sheen…The Family Feud…and the Kansas City Royals…

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Reward still out for arrest in Petrie homicide

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OPPA reward is being offered for information in a case Sault Police and the OPP continue to work on.  Police are reminding the public of a 50 thousand dollar reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of whoever is responsible for the murder of Todd Petrie.  The 48 year old was murdered in February 2011.  Petrie had lived in an upstairs apartment on Albert Street East — he was well known in the downtown core.  According to police, Petrie was a security conscious person and feel that he may have known his killer and let them into his apartment.  Anyone with any information on this case is asked to call the Sault Police Service at 705-949-6300 or the Ontario Provincial Police at 1-888-310-1122 or 705-329-6111.  More information on this case can be found online at www.opp.ca.

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