Matt Mistele of the Oshawa Generals and Barrie Colts defenceman Jonathan Laser tangle in the corner during Ontario Hockey League action at the Barrie Molson Centre on Thursday night. The Generals came out on top, 5-1. ZACH MACPHERSON/PHOTO

Generals dismiss Colts

The Barrie Colts have shown that they can hang with the league’s best. Beating them, however, is still another story.

Barrie Colts forward Kevin Labanc slips past Sudbury Wolves defenceman Trenton Bourque to snap a shot on net during first-period Ontario Hockey League action at the Sudbury Community Arena, Wednesday. Labanc had a goal and three assists in Barrie's 6-2 win. GINO DONATO/QMI AGENCY

Colts take Wolves 6-2

The game plan for the Sudbury Wolves was simple enough Wednesday night – keep the puck to the outside, make tape-to-tape passes and whatever you do, d

An OPP vehicle. FILE PHOTO

Numerous drug charges

Officers from the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Organized Crime Enforcement Bureau – Central Drug Enforcement Unit and Community Drug Action Team (C

Construction tools stolen

Officers from the Collingwood and The Blue Mountains detachment of the OPP are currently investigating thefts from a construction site in The Blue Mou

Prime Minister Stephen Harper speaks at a news conference in Richmond Hill, Ontario, January 30, 2015. Canada's main spy agency, the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS), will get new powers aimed at disrupting potential terror attacks under security legislation unveiled on Friday, REUTERS/Mark Blinch

Calls for attacks to be illegal: Feds

New anti-terror legislation in Canada would make it a crime for anyone to call for attacks on the country and give a much larger role to the government's main spy agency.

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