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Two major stories out of Queen's Park this week ... First, the government says the water used by hundreds of thousands of people - mostly in southwestern Ontario - could be unsafe. Waterworks were notified Thursday that a lab owned by MDS Laboratories Services in London has not met water testing standards. No reports of illnesses so far. And Ernie Eves moved on another problem front: the government will keep majority control of Hydro One in public hands after all. And the pace won't let up next week, when Eves makes his mark with his first budget as Premier. First up, water safety haunts the Tories once again.
The tabloids' voracious appetite for royal stories feeds an insatiable hunger for regal revelations. The Royals decry the intrusion, but over the last 60 years the press has repeatedly dug up tales of Royal misbehavior.
In November 2012, Jim Foley is taken hostage whilst working in Syria. He is one of a handful of journalists daring to report in Syria as it heads towards civil war. Back in the US, his parents are desperate for information.