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Canadian mother, 10-year-old daughter missing during California camping trip

Canadian mother, 10-year-old daughter missing during California camping trip

CTVNews.ca Staff Published Thursday, August 30, 2018 12:27PM EDT Last Updated Thursday, August 30, 2018 12:43PM EDT A Canadian mother and her 10-year-old daughter have gone missing shortly after arriving in California for a camping trip. The San Mateo County Sheriff‘s Office says 29-year-old Audrey Rodrigue and her daughter, Emily, landed in San Francisco last Saturday, rented a car at the airport and stayed at the Vagabond Hotel in Burlingame, Calif. The following day, Rodrigue sent a text to her boyfriend in Canada but he was unable to reach herRead More


People viewing Sprucedale blast site asked to stay away

People viewing Sprucedale blast site asked to stay away

Emily Silva , CTV Kitchener Published Friday, August 24, 2018 4:19PM EDT Last Updated Friday, August 24, 2018 7:25PM EDT The City of Kitchener is asking local traffic to stay away from the Sprucedale Crescent blast site after an overwhelming number of onlookers have been occupying the area. They are cracking down on what they call ‘disaster tourism,’ where onlookers come to take photos and view the scene firsthand. “There’s obviously a lot of attention being drawn to this, but we are asking for the public to give the residenceRead More


Colchester Beach not recommended for swimming

Beach report

If you want to swim this weekend, health officials in Windsor-Essex suggest you avoid one beach. The Health Unit says Colchester Beach is not recommended for swimming due to high E. Coli bacteria found in the water. All other public beaches have acceptable levels of bacteria in the water and are considered safe for swimming. Source link #canadiannews #worldnews #headlinenews and stories from around the world USA Today News Headlines [su_feed url=”http://rssfeeds.usatoday.com/usatoday-NewsTopStories” limit=”20″] USA News Headlines [su_feed url=”http://rss.cnn.com/rss/cnn_us.rss” limit=”20″] ABC NEWS Headlines [su_feed url=”http://feeds.abcnews.com/abcnews/usheadlines” limit=”20″]


Judge approves interim payments to Broncos crash victims

Humboldt Broncos

A Saskatoon judge has approved an interim payment of $50,000 for each of the 13 survivors and the families of the 16 people who died in the Humboldt Broncos bus crash. A judge agreed to the request Wednesday morning at a hearing being held to determine how the money raised from a GoFundMe page will be divided. The $50,000 is expected to go to families within the next couple of days. The court is also being asked to appoint a five-member advisory committee to figure out how the remaining moneyRead More


Barrie`s unemployment rate remains among the highest in Canada: Statistics Canada

Barrie`s unemployment rate remains among the highest in Canada: Statistics Canada

Barrie had the fourth highest unemployment rate among Canadian cities in July. The latest numbers released by Statistics Canada showed the jobless rate in July was  7.0 per cent, up from 6.9 per cent in the previous month. Tyler Colatosti has been looking for plumber work for almost two years now. “They’re looking  for two or three years’ experience and not guys who just got out of school. How are you supposed to get experience if you can’t find work,” said Colatosti. Barrie only trails St. John’s (9.0), Calgary (7.9) Read More


Calls for legal side-by-side cycling after pickup truck crash hurts five

Calls for legal side-by-side cycling after pickup truck crash hurts five

A collision on a highway in Edmonton ended with five cyclists in hospital and others calling for a change to Alberta’s traffic laws. The five cyclists were part of a group of 15 travelling on the Sherwood Park Freeway Saturday morning as part of a weekly ride when they were hit from behind by a pickup truck. “It’s every cyclist’s nightmare,” Tiffany Baker of the Edmonton Road and Track Club told CTV Edmonton. “It is every club’s nightmare to know a group of cyclists went down during a group ride.”Read More


Police searching for pair of missing kids last seen in the North End

Winnipeg police

The Winnipeg Police Service is asking for the public’s help in finding 9-year-old Farah Dunsford and 10-year-old Sheamus Duck. The two kids were last seen around Powers Street and Selkirk Avenue at approximately 7 p.m. on Saturday, July 28. Dunsford was seen wearing a blue t-shirt and black pants. Duck was wearing a black t-shirt with an Air Jordan logo, black and blue baseball cap and black pants. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Winnipeg Police Service at 204-986-9250 or submit a tip through Crime Stoppers. Source linkRead More


Ministry called after fuel spill in Oxford

Clean up of a fuel spill in Oxford County

More than 24 hours after a diesel fuel spill, a roadway remains closed in Oxford County near Ingersoll for the clean up. And the road could be closed through to tomorrow. OPP say there was a transport truck collision at Beachville Road on Foldens Line yesterday at 4 p.m. The truck hit a guardrail , spilling an undetermined amount of diesel fuel in the area.  The Ministry of Environment was notified of the spill, as there was concern about a waterway nearby. The roadway is closed during the cleanup andRead More


Rally and information picket planned for Tehumseh post office

canada post

Postal workers at one Windsor-area location are prepared to take their concerns to the streets. Members of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers Local 630 will be holding a community rally and information picket Monday morning at the Tecumseh Post Office from 8am to 11am. Organizers say the goal is to draw public awareness to what has been happening to their service over the last decade. The union says workers have been forced to work overtime to make up for the new business models Canada Post has been putting forwardRead More


ByWard Market Businesses say rent increase and added costs forcing them to leave

wedel store

 Businesses in the ByWard Market say a new hike in rent and operating costs will force them to leave. Edward Olszowka has owned and operated Wadel Touch of Europe for over 20 years. He moved the store to the market two years ago to better service tourists and customers looking for European specialty foods. Last month he says he got notice that his rent was increasing and there would be more operational costs. He can’t afford them. Olszowka says he is “Very sad… you build something, I put all myRead More