Executive director Sarah Milner shows off one of the rooms in the new Central Lambton Family Health Team facility.

Health Team makes their move

The official grand opening is set for this week, but patients started streaming through the doors of the new Central Lambton Family Health Team

Ten-year-old Leah Horton stands to the left of Tareesa Williams, 14, after Horton donated hair to be used in wigs for chemo patients.

Cut for a cause

It took years to grow, but 14 inches of Leah Horton's hair were snipped off in an instant.

Michael Paisley is hoping to start this season on the right foot after going down with a hamstring injury last year.

Back on track

After his last track season was cut short by a hampered hamstring, Western Mustang Michael Paisley is looking to get off on the right foot this year.

<b>Museum of the Paranormal - Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ont.:</b> Spooky lighting? Sure. Death masks? Yep. But the main event is Lizzie. The round-faced doll has supposedly been caught blinking and moving her eyes on her own. One guest claims to have even caught her winking. The museum's founding partner Daniel Cumerlato says Lizzie is likely the freakiest exhibit in the dimly-lit attic off Queen St.

Ghost stories from across Canada

Be afraid, Canada. Be very afraid. You can't escape the things that go bump after dark. There's hardly a community in this country that doesn't have a ghost story to tell.

<b>Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel, Banff, Alta.:</b> This old rail hotel was constructed in 1888 by the Canadian Pacific Railway and is the site of many rumoured hauntings. The mystery of room 873 is perhaps the most captivating. A family was reportedly murdered in this room, and though walls have been built over where the doorway once was, guests still report seeing ghosts of the family. Another rumour is that of the bride who fell down a staircase and broke her neck. The staircase is blocked off, but guests still report seeing a woman wandering the halls in a wedding dress. (Shutterstock)

Canada's most haunted spots

There are plenty of unexplained, downright spooky happenings at hotels, government buildings and universities across Canada.