Tuesday, October 9th, 2018

 

RCMP arrest two men in connection with armed robberies

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The Portage la Prairie RCMP have made two arrests following two armed robberies, one of which involved a screwdriver, on Friday. Around 8:30 p.m. the RCMP went to Tupper Street in Portage la Prairie for an armed robbery. Officers said two people were walking home from work when they were reportedly approached by two men, who robbed them of a cellphone, debit card, money and a backpack at knifepoint. The suspects then fled. While RCMP investigated the incident, another armed robbery was reported nearby, this one involving a screwdriver insteadRead More


Apple buckles down regarding Siri

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Reuters Newsmaker: UK should take ‘high roadway’ – Carney

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Report of shots fired in west Windsor being investigated

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CTV Windsor Published Tuesday, October 9, 2018 2:53PM EDT Last Updated Tuesday, October 9, 2018 2:56PM EDT Windsor police are investigating a report of shots fired in the city’s west end. Patrol officers were called to the area of Bloomfield Road and Prince Road for a report of shots fired on Tuesday around 1:45 a.m. Officers attended and located spent casings near a building in the 3700 block of King Street.  Witnesses told police they saw a suspicious white vehicle leaving the area shortly after hearing the gunfire. There wereRead More


Clashes at dueling sharia legislation objections

HARSH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION). TALE: Protesters held rallies throughout the United States on Saturday to knock sharia legislation, the Islamic lawful and also values that coordinators state postures a hazard to American liberties, however doubters think anti-Muslim disgust lags the stricture. REPRESENT America, a self-described grassroots organisation concentrating on nationwide safety and security, organized rallies in New York, Chicago, Boston, Denver as well as Seattle, along with lots of smaller sized cities. Thousands of individuals promised on social media sites to participate in an occasion that ACT billed asRead More


1960s Batman, Adam West, passes away at age 88

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Hubble trouble: Glitch puts NASA's telescope offline

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1960s Batman, Adam West, passes away at age 88

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Is the Acer W510 Windows 8 tablet computer far better than Windows RT?

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Ontario’s Human Rights Commission joining sex-ed legal challenge

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TORONTO — The Ontario Human Rights Commission says it will join a legal challenge of the interim sexual-education curriculum introduced by the province’s Progressive Conservative government. The commission says it believes the interim curriculum discriminates based on sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression. Six students’ families filed a complaint with the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario in August, claiming the curriculum makes no mention of issues such as gender diversity or the rights of LGBTQ students. The Human Rights Commission says it will join the tribunal’s legal challenge,Read More