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Private U.S. lander touches down on the moon but sending weak signal

Private U.S. lander touches down on the moon but sending weak signal

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — A private U.S. lunar lander touched down on the moon Thursday, but contact with the craft was weak, company officials said. There were no immediate updates on the lander's condition from the company, Intuitive Machines.
'Truth will become apparent' in lawsuit filed by ex-Soo Greyhounds goalie, team president says

'Truth will become apparent' in lawsuit filed by ex-Soo Greyhounds goalie, team president says

Tim Lukenda says Soo Greyhounds will 'vehemently defend' organization against 'baseless allegations' made by former player Tucker Tynan, who is suing team for $300K
'Beyond my wildest dreams': Barrie’s Kayla Alexander heading to second Olympics

'Beyond my wildest dreams': Barrie’s Kayla Alexander heading to second Olympics

'I remember being 12-year-old Kayla invited to my first basketball tryout. I was terrible, but I was just having fun out there with my friends,' says local hoops star
'Good feeling': Barrie retiree helps feed residents at downtown mission

'Good feeling': Barrie retiree helps feed residents at downtown mission

'There are ideas out there (to address homelessness), things that are being done. I would like to think that this is not hopeless,' says Salvation Army Bayside Mission Centre volunteer
Ontario resident urges pet owners to be vigilant after beloved dog killed by coyote

Ontario resident urges pet owners to be vigilant after beloved dog killed by coyote

February is breeding season for coyotes and they are more active and visible, says Coyote Watch Canada
OPP charge 17 in largest gun seizure in Ontario's history

OPP charge 17 in largest gun seizure in Ontario's history

Police seized 274 illegal firearms with potential street value of $3.25 million as part of investigation with U.S. Homeland Security
GST, HST on carbon price could raise billions over next seven years: budget watchdog

GST, HST on carbon price could raise billions over next seven years: budget watchdog

The federal government's carbon price could generate more than $5 billion from the federal sales tax over the next seven years, but none of that is directly earmarked for climate programs.
Trudeau jabs Poilievre over bill that could usher in digital ID for porn browsing

Trudeau jabs Poilievre over bill that could usher in digital ID for porn browsing

Prime Minister took an unprompted jab at his main political rival on Thursday over a Senate porn bill that he said could usher in a digital ID for adults who want to browse certain websites.
Northern Ont.-born man returning to Jeopardy for Tournament of Champions

Northern Ont.-born man returning to Jeopardy for Tournament of Champions

Ray Lalonde says he appreciates all the support he's received from his hometown of Thunder Bay
Claws come out for Liberal cabinet minister who shares picture of lobster lunch in Asia

Claws come out for Liberal cabinet minister who shares picture of lobster lunch in Asia

A photo of federal Agriculture Minister Lawrence MacAulay eating lobster in Malaysia during an official trip has some people seeing red