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Families come together on 10-year anniversary of MMIW event

Families come together on 10-year anniversary of MMIW event

Dozens of people gathered in Winnipeg’s North End on Saturday to honour missing and murdered indigenous women and girls. The event called ‘No Stone Unturned’ started a decade ago after 21-year-old Claudette Osborne-Tyo disappeared leaving her family searching for answers. For her family, it’s been ten years of hardships with many questions unanswered of where she may be. “It’s really hard, you really live day by day. You wonder if when your doorbell rings, if that’s the police coming to your door or your sister ringing the doorbell to comeRead More


Man facing impaired driving charges after crashing car into ditch

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AUBURN, P.E.I – A man is facing impaired driving charges after crashing his car into the ditch on a rural road in P.E.I. Kings District RCMP say they received a call from a member of the public of a vehicle in a ditch around 4 p.m. on Thursday. Once police arrived they found a 50-year-old man from Cardigan, who showed obvious signs of impairment, attempting to drive back out of the ditch. He was taken into custody and transported to the Montague RCMP detachment where he provide breath samples registeringRead More


Plenty of jobs in Windsor-Essex, but economic growth slowing

CTV Windsor: Auto industry concerns

While most employers in Windsor-Essex seem to be in a hiring mood, there appears to be economic caution in the wind. A quarterly survey of 68 businesses by Workforce Windsor-Essex found more than 70 per cent of owners planned to hire someone over the summer month. More than 60 per cent still have hard-to-fill positions that are open. The survey also said 86 per cent of posted jobs were for full-time positions. However, the Conference Board of Canada expects Windsor’s annual three per cent economic growth rate to taper offRead More


Another fire sparked by smoking materials

Another fire sparked by smoking materials

CTV Regina Published Tuesday, August 21, 2018 3:48PM CST Last Updated Tuesday, August 21, 2018 6:44PM CST Another fire in the Queen City was sparked by someone disposing of smoking materials incorrectly. The most recent fire broke out around 2 a.m. Tuesday in the 1900 block of 12 Avenue North. The fire department has already determined the cause of this fire was improperly disposed smoking materials — which could mean cigarettes, lighters and matches. A dozen fires have been caused by smoking materials so far this year. The usual averageRead More


Owner of Sweetfin Poké blazes a trail in local food scene

Owner of Sweetfin Poké blazes a trail in local food scene

After trotting the globe, Delaine Brilz thought Saskatoons food scene was missing something. “One of my favourite hobbies is eating and drinking, so like why not,” Brilz said. After six months spent working as a waitress in the Cayman Islands, Brilz decided to open a restaurant that would bring something brand new to Saskatoon, poké. Her first endeavour is called Sweetfin Poké, and is the first restaurant to offer deconstructed sushi bowls to the people of Saskatoon. “I’ve been to a few places, Toronto, Las Vegas, Vancouver, and I noticedRead More


Defibrillator stolen from Woodstock baseball diamond

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The City of Woodstock Parks Department notified police of an incident on Aug. 13. Police said that sometime in the prior two weeks, the automated external defibrillator was stolen. It was taken from the baseball diamond at Jack Dunn Park on the Community Complex property on Finkle Street. Woodstock police have encouraged anyone with information about the theft to contact them. 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”Read More


Two people in hospital after shots fired in North York

Joshua Freeman, CTV News Toronto Published Saturday, August 11, 2018 5:53PM EDT Last Updated Saturday, August 11, 2018 6:10PM EDT Two people have been injured after shots were fired in the Bayview Woods-Steeles neighbourhood in North York Saturday evening. Witnesses reported hearing as many as 20 shots fired in the area of Leslie Street and Finch Avenue. Police responded to Tree Sparroway, just west of Leslie Street, and found shell casings in the area and a number of damaged vehicles. Witnesses told police that a vehicle was spotted fleeing theRead More


Balaclava rapist Larry Takahashi’s day parole continued, no overnight leave

Larry Takahashi

The Canadian Press Published Thursday, August 9, 2018 10:01PM EDT Last Updated Thursday, August 9, 2018 11:50PM EDT ABBOTSFORD, B.C. — The Parole Board of Canada has continued day parole in British Columbia for the man known as the balaclava rapist for another six months while ruling out overnight leave privileges for now. Larry Takahashi is serving three concurrent life sentences for multiple counts of rape, aggravated sexual assault and other attacks on 23 women in the Edmonton area in the 1970s and ’80s, which he committed while wearing aRead More


Man with service dog turned away from Montreal Tim Hortons

Man with service dog turned away from Montreal Tim Hortons

A Tim Hortons employee has been fired after a customer with a service dog was refused service at one of the chain’s locations in Montreal. Craig Read, who says he was refused service at a Tim Hortons near his homeabout a month ago, recorded video of an argument between himself and one of the restaurant’s employees. “I’m not allowed in? Says who?” he asked in the video. “My owner,” the employee replied. Another video shows Read and the employee arguing again outside the restaurant. Read says the argument was overRead More


New tax on Ottawa Airbnb rentals

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Airbnb users are now paying a tax on their nightly rental in Ottawa. Starting today, Airbnb will collect a four per cent “municipal accommodation tax” on all Ottawa listings. The tax will then be remitted to the City of Ottawa to help support Ottawa tourism. Ottawa was the first Ontario city to enter into a Municipal Accommodation Tax collection agreement with Airbnb. In January, the City of Ottawa imposed a four per cent Municipal Accommodation Tax on hotel rooms in Ottawa.  The money is used to support the tourism industry.Read More