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Bylaw officers find wandering goat

Ottawa Bylaw finds goat

Josh Pringle, CTV Morning Live Published Wednesday, August 22, 2018 4:32AM EDT Last Updated Wednesday, August 22, 2018 4:34AM EDT Ottawa Bylaw could start a petting zoo. Bylaw officers found a wandering goat Monday evening in the Kinburn area. It’s the second time in two weeks that Bylaw officers have found a goat roaming the streets. On Twitter, Bylaw said the goat “looks like he chewed through his rope.” You have goat to be kidding us! We picked up another goat last night, this one in the Kinburn area. LooksRead More


Police search for two suspects after home owner tied up during robbery

Regina Police Service

Published Saturday, August 18, 2018 5:50PM CST Last Updated Saturday, August 18, 2018 5:52PM CST The Regina Police Service is investigating after a home invasion on Saturday afternoon. Police were called to the 700 block of McIntosh Street by a man who said two suspects had forced entry to his home. The male victim was tied up by the suspects while the suspects searched through the home for items to steal. The victim was eventually able to escape and ran to the neighbours house where he was able to contactRead More


Duron Carter plans to continue playing after cut from Riders roster

Duron Carter

Duron Carter plans to keep playing in the Canadian Football League after he was released by the Saskatchewan Roughriders over the weekend. Carter played one and a half seasons with the Riders. He scored 11 touchdowns in 25, playing on both sides of the ball. “I have fun in Regina and it will always be great memories,” Carter said at an event at a Regina clothing store on Tuesday. Riders coach Chris Jones said Sunday that the change wasn’t performance based. But, the roster change makes room for other talentedRead More


Saskatoon sees second homicide in less than a day

Saskatoon Police

Saskatoon Police Service Major Crime Section, Forensic Identification and the Office of the Chief Coroner are investigating two homicides that took place within a day of each other. Police and Medavie Health Services were called to the aid of an injured man in an apartment in the 200 block of 5th Avenue North on Friday night. The man was located in the hallway and was transported to a hospital where he died from the injury. On Saturday morning at approximately 10:40 a.m. members of both the Saskatoon Police Service andRead More


Plane stolen from SeaTac Airport crashes

Plane stolen from SeaTac Airport crashes

A 29-year-old airline employee stole a Q400 airplane from SeaTac International Airport and crashed it into Ketron Island in Puget Sound. 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″]


Missy Elliott praises woman’s karaoke version of ‘Work It’

Rhode Island

WEST WARWICK, R.I. — A Rhode Island woman’s karaoke version of Missy Elliott’s hit song “Work It” has become an internet sensation, even drawing praise from Elliott. Mary Halsey, of West Warwick, recently performed a version of the 2002 hit at an outdoor party at a park and posted the performance on her Facebook page. Elliott reposted Halsey’s video on Twitter and Instagram and wrote : “I just found out I have a FUNKY WHITE SISTER.” She added that Halsey “straight killed” the song. Halsey’s video had been shared moreRead More


Fuel truck explosion in Italy kills 2, injures up to 70

Italy highway explosion

Colleen Barry, The Associated Press Published Monday, August 6, 2018 10:54AM EDT Last Updated Monday, August 6, 2018 1:51PM EDT MILAN — A tanker truck carrying flammable material exploded Monday after rear-ending a stopped truck on a crowded highway near the northern Italian city of Bologna, killing at least two people, injuring up to 70 and causing part of the raised expressway to collapse. Italian police said between 60 and 70 people were injured, some with severe burns, during the midday accident on the highway north of the city. TheRead More


Local reaction to Doug Ford’s plans to cancel regional chair elections

doug ford

Following Premier Doug Ford’s stunning announcement Friday in which he revealed plans to cancel several region chair election, implications are being felt in Muskoka, Peel and York Region.  Wayne Emmerson; appointed Regional Chairman and CEO of York in 2014 had previously withdrawn his candidacy when polls showed he likely wasn’t going to win.  “Unless you’re from the Vaughan, Markham or Richmond Hill areas, it’s hard to get to get those numbers out for support…when you look at it, it’s a popularity contest,” said Emmerson.  Now Emmerson’s back in the raceRead More


Gallery owners stunned by theft of work by Canadian artist

TP, Headphones, Laptop, Brushes

Owners of a downtown Calgary art gallery believe a recent noon hour robbery is the work of a smooth criminal. They hope security video will help catch the culprit who swiped a $12,000.00 painting from the Trepanier Baer Gallery. The oil painting by Kingston, Ontario artist Mike Bayne is of his own workspace and is titled TP, Headphones, Laptop, Brushes. “It was a small little intimate painting measuring 4×6 in black and white an absolutely wonderful little thing,” says Yves Trepanier the co-owner of Trepanier Baer Gallery. He says BayneRead More


Day two of Capital Pointe appeal to begin with cross examination of engineer

Capital Pointe

Day two of the Capital Pointe appeal is set to get underway on Wednesday morning. On the first day of the appeal, the Saskatchewan Building and Accessibility Standards Appeal Board heard testimony from an expert witness for Westgate Properties Ltd., who owns the development. The witness, Kai-Sing Hui has been retained as the engineer of record for the project for the next six months. Back in April, the city ordered the developer to fill the hole, after communication from the previous engineer of record indicated that the temporary shoring ofRead More