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Man, 69, dies in Lachine, Que., residential fire

Man, 69, dies in Lachine, Que., residential fireA 69-year-old man has died in a fire that broke out in a residential building fire in suburban Montreal. Police say the man's body was found Monday evening in the building in Lachine (on Victoria Street near 34th Ave).


Overall opioid volume down in Ont., but many still exceed recommended dose: report

Overall opioid volume down in Ont., but many still exceed recommended dose: reportOntario doctors appear to be prescribing lower amounts of opioids overall to treat patients with pain, say researchers, but many longtime users continue to be given daily doses of the potent narcotics that exceed national practice guidelines. A report by the Ontario Drug Policy Research Network found the number of people prescribed an opioid remained relatively constant over the past five years, with 1.95 million, or one in seven Ontarians, treated with the potentially addictive medications last year. "There might be a good news story here, in that while there's similar numbers of people being treated with opioids for pain, it seems as if they're getting less opioid and they're getting those opioids in more prescriptions," said lead author Tara Gomes, a scientist at St. Michael's Hospital in Toronto and the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences.


Man in hospital after Monday night shooting in Edmonton

Man in hospital after Monday night shooting in EdmontonA 26-year-old man is in hospital with non-life threatening injuries after a shooting in Edmonton's north end.


Globe and Mail to scrap print edition in Atlantic Canada later this year

Globe and Mail to scrap print edition in Atlantic Canada later this yearThe Globe and Mail is putting a stop to its daily print edition across Atlantic Canada later this year. Costs of printing and distribution in the region are "unaffordable" because more readers are going online for news, he said. It's not the first time the Globe has pulled back in Atlantic Canada.


36 days, 3 holes-in-one for High River man

36 days, 3 holes-in-one for High River manPat Feeney has the skills and the luck, but that combination has cost him at the Highwood Golf and Country Club in High River. You see, Feeney has managed to hit three holes-in-one in just over a month at the southern Alberta course.


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