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Wasaga Beach's Mosley Street at Beach Area One came alive Saturday as the first day of the official start of the May 24 weekend and summer. The Electric Elements music festival brought in a crowd of young people from as far away as Ireland. GISELE WINTON SARVIS/PHOTO

Beach comes alive

Wasaga Beach's Mosley Street at Beach Area One came alive Saturday as the first day of the official start of the May 24 weekend and summer.

Premier Kathleen Wynne talks at the Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce fireside in Sudbury on Tuesday May 23, 2017. (Gino Donato/Postmedia Network)

Hydro rate cut will cost at least $45B

Premier Kathleen Wynne's plan to cut hydro bills by 25% comes with an electrifying price tag for the government - anywhere between $63 billion to $93 billion if financed with borrowed money, a review by the province's Financial Accountability Office concludes.

Joan Crockatt, the Tory candidate for the upcoming Calgary-Centre byelection, waves to drivers beside Richmond Rd SW in Calgary, Alta. on Sunday, Nov. 25, 2012. Edward Dawson/Calgary Sun

2015 federal election may have been influenced

Foreign money funnelled towards Canadian political advocacy groups affected the outcome of the 2015 federal election, according to a document filed last week with Elections Canada and obtained in part by the Herald.

Toronto Sun files

Auctioning off kangaroos and monkeys

Monkeys, kangaroos and camels are brought into the ring as the auctioneer bellows into his microphone, sharing interesting tidbits to drum up interest among the few hundred people gathered at a venue northwest of Toronto.

Central Ontario ATV Club trail warden Steve Seguin rides a trail north of Barrie on Friday in anticipation of the Victoria Day holiday weekend. IAN MCINROY/BARRIE EXAMINER/POSTMEDIA

Highways and byways safety

Freedom on the open roads and trails is supposed to bring you closer to nature, not nurturing a hangover in the back of a police car.

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Police looking for who's trashing the park

COLLINGWOOD - Police are looking for the people tearing up the Collingwood Arboretum. Since April police has gone to the park after receiving calls of damage to the landscaping, liquor bottle and beer cans strewn about, garbage cans being tipped over and damage to posts, benches and electrical outlets.

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