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Education · Ontario
Strike averted as Ontario reaches tentative deal with education workers
A school strike has been averted in Ontario as education workers and the government reached a tentative agreement late Sunday afternoon. See the Story
47% Center coverage: 15 sources
Sarnia · Sarnia
First Friday rebounds after pandemic-related hiatus
Monthly showcases of arts and live music in downtown Sarnia spaces have been running smoothly since First Fridays made their return in the city this summer, an organizer says.See the Story
Sarnia · Sarnia
Local roundup: McGregor scores two; Legionnaires lose captain
Canada is scheduled to play Czechia on Monday night and the United States on Wednesday in the round-robin. The semifinals will be Thursday and the medal games Saturday. Breanna Pretty had 22 points and eight rebounds in the Lambton Lions' 72-58 win over the Conestoga Condors in women's basketball. Journee Joseph had 20 points and seven rebounds and Jerry Wilson also scored 20 in the Lions' 95-88 loss.See the Story
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Gold · Sarnia
Black, Jones win gold at Canadian cross-country championships
Connor Black of Forest won the open mens division and Gabby Jones of Sarnia won the under-18 girls division. Black, 26, pushed the pace from the start with a group that included three of his Bandits Elite teammates. Jones won her four-kilometre race in 14:50 by blowing past defending champion Ruby Broadbent in the final 200 metres.See the Story
Sarnia · Sarnia
Near-record crowd takes in Celebration of Lights opening ceremony
Sarnia-Lambton's Celebration of Lights display was activated Saturday night in Centennial Park with an opening ceremony that drew one of the larger crowds in the event's nearly four-decade run. The event, held on a relatively warm evening for late November, included a one-hour Christmas carol concert, followed by the arrival of Santa Claus.See the Story
Canada promotes assistant coach Dennis Williams to guide world junior squad
Hockey Canada announced its coaching staff for the tournament in Halifax and Moncton, N.B., on Wednesday. Joining Williams on Canada's bench will assistants coaches Stephane Julien, Brent Kisio and Alan Letang. Goaltending consultant Kelly Guard and video coach James Emery are also on Williams' staff.See the Story
67% Right coverage: 3 sources
Cross country: Perham wins Class A girls championship
Perham's Gracie Morris was 17th overall and seventh among team runners. Ella Hendrickson was 10th in team, and Quincy Anderson, Leelou Novotny and Caidyn Breid finished 12th, 13th and 14th. The Perham boys placed third in the Class A race with 133 points.See the Story
Coverage: 2 sources
Crime · Milwaukee
Police searching for missing 23-year-old man
Brenda Payer was reported missing at the end of September after she was last reported seen at a Sioux City McDonald's. Her family said that she had dropped off a family member's vehicle at the restaurant. A public search was held to locate Payer and the FBI had also gotten involved in the search for the missing woman.See the Story
67% Center coverage: 95 sources
NFL · Philadelphia
Phillies Sign Rob Thomson to Two-Year Deal
Rob Thomson is the first Canadian-born manager to lead a team in the postseason. The 59-year-old took over when Joe Girardi was fired with the Phillies mired at 22-29. The Phillies went 65-46 the rest of the regular season, finishing third in the NL East.See the Story
63% Left coverage: 16 sources
US & Canada · Vancouver
B.C. preschool apologizes over headdress craft for National Day for Truth and Reconciliation
The Canadian anthem will be performed in Blackfoot, English and French before the Toronto Blue Jays play the Boston Red Sox. The team is planning several pre-game and in-game acknowledgments and recognitions to honour the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. The Survivors' Flag will be featured prominently throughout the stadium to honour survivors and all lives impacted by the residential school system.See the Story
64% Left coverage: 11 sources
Pair charged over largest NI human trafficking raid
Two people have been charged with human trafficking and other offences. They will appear before Dungannon Magistrates' Court on Wednesday. 150 officers were involved in what has been described as the biggest operation the Police Service of Northern Ireland has carried out to date. Most of the victims, which include women and transgender individuals, are mostly from Brazil.See the Story
100% Center coverage: 1 sources