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  • Ontario shows support for beef industry

    GUELPH, ON, Dec. 31 - The McGuinty government has expressed its support for Ontario's beef industry, currently dealing with the effects of a confirmed case of Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (B...

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  • New Year's greeting from Premier Dalton McGuinty

    TORONTO, Dec. 31 - I want to wish everyone a Happy New Year. I hope you are enjoying this holiday season and the time spent with family and friends. 2003 was a year of challenge, change and...

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  • 2004 Fishing Regulations available online

    TORONTO, Dec. 30 - Anglers seeking information about regulation changes for 2004 can now obtain Ontario's Recreational Fishing Regulations Summary online from the Ministry of Natural Resources (...

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  • Great ideas for holiday fun

    TORONTO, Dec. 26 - The McGuinty government is urging Ontarians to take advantage of the vast range of activities Ontario's cultural agencies offer for the entire family over the holiday period. ...

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  • Don't let safety take a holiday

    TORONTO, Dec. 24 - With holiday season candles burning, fireplaces blazing and Christmas trees glowing in homes across the province, Community Safety and Correctional Services Minister Monte Kwi...

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  • Protect the ones you love from the flu

    TORONTO, Dec. 23 - The office of Ontario's Chief Medical Officer of Health is reminding everyone that even at this holiday season, if you're sick with the flu, you should stay home to help yours...

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  • Archive: Ontario shows support for beef industry

    GUELPH, ON, Dec. 31 - The McGuinty government has expressed its support for Ontario's beef industry, currently dealing with the effects of a confirmed case of Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (B...

    Archived archive

  • Archive: New Year's greeting from Premier Dalton McGuinty

    TORONTO, Dec. 31 - I want to wish everyone a Happy New Year. I hope you are enjoying this holiday season and the time spent with family and friends. 2003 was a year of challenge, change and...

    Archived archive

  • Archive: 2004 Fishing Regulations available online

    TORONTO, Dec. 30 - Anglers seeking information about regulation changes for 2004 can now obtain Ontario's Recreational Fishing Regulations Summary online from the Ministry of Natural Resources (...

    Archived archive

  • Archive: Great ideas for holiday fun

    TORONTO, Dec. 26 - The McGuinty government is urging Ontarians to take advantage of the vast range of activities Ontario's cultural agencies offer for the entire family over the holiday period. ...

    Archived archive

  • Archive: Don't let safety take a holiday

    TORONTO, Dec. 24 - With holiday season candles burning, fireplaces blazing and Christmas trees glowing in homes across the province, Community Safety and Correctional Services Minister Monte Kwi...

    Archived archive

  • Archive: Protect the ones you love from the flu

    TORONTO, Dec. 23 - The office of Ontario's Chief Medical Officer of Health is reminding everyone that even at this holiday season, if you're sick with the flu, you should stay home to help yours...

    Archived archive

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