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‘Osteopath’ arrested for fraud

February 24, 2015

A man who operated a Kingston Road health facility is facing multiple fraud-related charges for allegedly posing as a registered osteopath. The Woodstock man, who claimed to be a certified and registered osteopath, ran The Osteopath clinic at Kingston and Pickering Street. According to the clinic’s website, The Osteopath offered free consultation, charged $120 for […]

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‘Osteopath’ arrested for fraud

A man who operated a Kingston Road health facility is facing multiple fraud-related charges for allegedly posing as a registered osteopath. The Woodstock man, who claimed to be a certified and registered osteopath, ran The Osteopath clinic at Kingston and Pickering Street. According to the clinic’s website, The Osteopath offered free consultation, charged $120 for […]

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Hawks soar as city basketball champions

It took some heart-pounding overtime, but the Danforth Hawks clawed their way to victory last week at the city basketball championships. “It was quite the nail-biter,” said Tyrone Smith, head coach of Danforth Collegiate’s senior boys’ basketball team. Ahead for most of the Feb. 17 final, the Forest Hill Falcons managed to sink a game-tying […]

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Singer Carin Redman will bring her vocal talents to Kingston Road Village on Friday, Feb. 27. Redman will perform a mix of jazz, pop and soul at Madhus Cafe, 982 Kingston Rd. She will be joined by some of Toronto’s top musicians, including Mark Kieswetter on piano, Ross MacIntyre on bass, Jamie Bird on percussion, […]

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Volunteer honoured for extensive service

On any given day, Darryl James is helping out. Whether he is unloading trucks and packing food hampers at the Churches By the Bluffs Food Bank or shoveling snow at Birchcliff Bluffs United Church, James is volunteering in some capacity. To recognize his dedication and commitment to helping others, the United Church has awarded him […]

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‘Snow angels’ show traces of wildlife

Of the many reasons to love winter, one of my top ones is finding footprints in freshly fallen snow. If you take the time to go for an early morning walk after a snowfall you can observe the extensive animal activity that is happening all the time and all around us. Animals that are nocturnal, […]

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