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The case of a man accused in the deaths of two boys killed by a python in New Brunswick is due in court Monday. Noah Barthe, left, and Connor Barthe...
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Jury trial for man charged in python case

Man accused in deaths of two boys killed by python elects for jury trial

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Hamilton compost giveaway starts Saturday

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Time running out for new assisted death law

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Youth Centennial Homecoming at Olivet United Church this Sunday

Anyone who attended, led or taught any of Olivet’s Sunday schools, mid-week groups or youth groups is invited to join Rev....

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PEI party leaders to debate tonight

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