‘They’re coming’: Flying cars may appear in urban skies by 2023 | CTV News

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Christopher Reynolds, The Canadian Press Published Sunday, December 16, 2018 10:22AM EST The flying cars depicted in science fiction classics such as “Blade Runner” and “The Fifth Element” have long been seen as flights of fancy, but their arrival is closer than you think. At least a dozen companies are prototyping or testing flying cars or passenger drones, according to a Deloitte report from January. Air taxis will number 15,000 and become a global market worth $32 billion by 2035, with aerial delivery and inspection services adding on another $42Read More

‘Everything’s coming back’: discovery of missing woman’s remains leaves neighbours concerned

'Everything's coming back': discovery of missing woman's remains leaves neighbours concerned

The discovery of Thelma Krull’s remains has brought the mysterious circumstances surrounding her disappearance back into focus for people living near the area she was last seen alive. More than three years ago, the 57-year-old grandmother went for a Saturday morning walk in the Valley Gardens area and never returned. Investigators are treating her death as a homicide and believe her killer may have a connection to the neighbourhood. Fresh flowers have been placed at a weathered but colourful memorial marking the location where it’s believed Krull came into contactRead More

Casino coming to Wasaga Beach

Casino coming to Wasaga Beach

CTV Barrie Published Thursday, October 11, 2018 6:15PM EDT Last Updated Thursday, October 11, 2018 7:03PM EDT The shores of southern Georgian Bay will soon be home to a casino and entertainment complex. In a release on Thursday, Wasaga Beach Mayor Brian Smith announced, “Our team at town hall has worked diligently with Gateway the last four to five months to ensure Wasaga Beach was the chosen location for a casino.” There are five possible locations under consideration in the town for the casino to be built.  Town council willRead More

Alberta private schools coming around to gay-straight alliances: minister

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Dean Bennett, The Canadian Press Published Tuesday, September 18, 2018 2:46AM EDT EDMONTON — Alberta’s education minister says private schools are coming around to adopting provincial laws on gay-straight alliances in schools. David Eggen said there are fewer private schools defying the rules and those that don’t comply will have the policy imposed on them. “That number is coming down,” Eggen said Monday. “People are working very collaboratively with us. “If they’re having trouble with it, I have a policy that they can use.” Eggen has given 61 private schoolsRead More

Amazing Weather photos – Weather coming in.-1330

Amazing sky from Crail Posted by AnnieG Troon on 2017-06-06 10:18:38 Tagged: , Weather , field , Fife