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Ontario News Advisory

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FRIDAY, JULY 10, 2015

Here are afternoon coverage plans from the CP Ontario Desk. All times are Eastern unless otherwise stated. Don't hesitate to email Ontario Senior Editor Lee-Anne Goodman at lee-anne.goodman@thecanadianpress, or to contact the Ontario Desk at ontario@thecanadianpress.com or at 416-507-2159.

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Pan Am athlete contracts chickenpox

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TORONTO -- Mexican soccer officials say a player has been pulled from their women's team at the Pan Am Games after contracting chickenpox.The Mexican Football Federation says Veronica Charlyn Corral Ang started showing symptoms such as fever and lesions on July 6 and alerted sports authorities. With Five-Things.

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