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Dentist charged after alleged sexual offences involving co-op student: police

SHELBURNE, Ont. — A 65-year-old dentist practising in Shelburne, Ont. is facing charges after alleged sexual offences involving a co-op student. The Shelburne Police Service alleges the offences took place between November 2018 and February 2019.
Canadian teenager Jordyn Huitema joins Paris Saint-Germain blazes soccer trail

Canadian teenager Jordyn Huitema joins Paris Saint-Germain blazes soccer trail

TORONTO — Just turned 18, forward Jordyn Huitema is already a soccer trail-blazer. She was 15 when she made her Canadian senior debut on March 2017 and already has six goals in 19 appearances for Canada.

One arrested, one sought on 14 charges in human trafficking investigation

LONDON, Ont. — Police have arrested one man and are seeking another in a London, Ont., human trafficking investigation. City police say the case centres on allegations dating back as far as 2015 and involving a girl who was 15 at the time.

London, Ont., man charged with second-degree murder after death of partner

LONDON, Ont. — A 41-year-old man from London, Ont., is charged with second-degree murder now that the woman with whom he was in a long-term relationship has died.
Deane Cameron, former record label head and Canadian music champion, dies at 65

Deane Cameron, former record label head and Canadian music champion, dies at 65

TORONTO — Tributes are pouring in for former record label executive Deane Cameron, who in propelling the careers of artists from Anne Murray to Nickelback, helped shape the sound of Canadian music.

Ontario takes steps to allow humane societies to enforce animal cruelty laws

TORONTO — Humane societies in Ontario may be allowed to enforce animal cruelty laws once the province's animal welfare charity abdicates its role next month.
Canada women ready for farewell bow against Mexico before World Cup departure

Canada women ready for farewell bow against Mexico before World Cup departure

TORONTO — The Canadian women's soccer team takes a farewell bow at Toronto's BMO Field on Saturday, hopefully with a win over Mexico, before leaving Sunday for Europe and the World Cup. Expectations are high.
Five intriguing scenarios to keep your eyes on as CFL training camps open

Five intriguing scenarios to keep your eyes on as CFL training camps open

TORONTO — With the CFL and CFL Players' Association having a tentative collective bargaining agreement in place, veterans will report Sunday for the start of training camps. The expectation is the new deal will be ratified sometime next week.
Tentative CBA presents one less distraction for Argos rookie Richards

Tentative CBA presents one less distraction for Argos rookie Richards

TORONTO — Shane Richards has no shortage of things to deal with as he prepares for his first CFL training camp. Thankfully, the prospect of going out on strike isn't among them.

Sudbury, Ont., doctor suspended from work amid child pornography charges

SUDBURY, Ont. — A doctor in Sudbury, Ont., has been suspended from work as he faces nine child pornography charges.
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