5 Things You Need to Know Today: May 27, 2016

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Obama Makes Historic Visit to Hiroshima

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The first sitting U.S. President to visit the site, he said, ““Seventy-one years ago, on a bright cloudless morning, death fell from the sky and the world was changed…” Read more here.

 

Natural Gas Not Going Anywhere, Aays Premier Wynne

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Reacting to reports in recent days that part of her government’s climate change plan is to phase out use of natural gas Wynne called the reports false. Natural gas is used to heat more than three-quarters of homes in Ontario.

 

More Barrie Central Memories as Reunion Gets Underway

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This time; longtime radio personality Jeff Walther… Listen here!
 

Strike or Lockout for Canada Post?

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Canada Post has suggested its biggest customers have a contingency plan in place. Contract talks have not been going well with the postal workers union and there is the prospect of a summer strike or lockout

 

Quite the Buzz in Wales

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A swarm of bees followed a car and thousands of them eventually covered the right top corner of the hatchback. Their Queen had apparently become trapped inside.

Image via Tom Moses/Mercury Press via Caters News