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Heritage group in small N.S. town says part of history stolen

Heritage group in small N.S. town says part of history stolen

People in a small community in Nova Scotia’s Cumberland County say part of their history has been stolen. Thieves broke into a 175-year-old house stole artifacts from inside and ransacked the historic Seamon House. Members of the Minudie Heritage Association are still trying to account for all the stolen artifacts that used to be in the home of the descendants of Amos Seamon. When the last descendent died, the vacant home was given to the local heritage association. “It makes me very sad to think that somebody would come intoRead More


Cornwall city workers strike continues

Cornwall city workers strike

There’s an ongoing stalemate in Cornwall as a strike by city workers drags on. Four hundred union workers remain on the picket lines. They work on everything from parks to paramedic calls. Services have been reduced in the city during the strike.  CUPE rejected the city’s last and final offer. The city now wants the Ministry of Labour to superivse a vote in the next two weeks.  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″] ABCRead More


Montreal police officers accused of kidnapping, dumping homeless man

Montreal police officers accused of kidnapping, dumping homeless man

The incident allegedly occurred more than eight years ago, and that’s leaving many wondering why it took so long for charges to be laid. Two Montreal police officers are facing charges in an incident in which they allegedly kidnapped a homeless man and dumped him in a remote area. The incident allegedly occurred more than eight years ago, and that’s leaving many wondering why it took so long for charges to be laid. Officers Patrick Guay and Pierre-Luc Furlotte are accused of ordering a homeless man into their police cruiserRead More


Fire in suite forces evacuation of entire apartment building

Apartment fire

An apartment building in west Edmonton had to be evacuated Monday afternoon, after a fire started in one of the suites. Edmonton Fire Rescue said the fire started just after 1 p.m. in the basement suite of an apartment on 100 Avenue and 154 Street. Crews had the fire under control within 20 minutes, and officials said the fire was mostly contained to one suite. The entire building was evacuated as a precaution, and no injuries were reported. Source link #canadiannews #worldnews #headlinenews and stories from around the world USARead More


Man arrested in cold case murders of island couple

Man arrested in cold case murders of island couple

It took 31 years, but tonight the families of a young Saanich couple murdered in Washington State finally have a taste of closure. 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″]


Transport truck flips over at Ambassador Bridge

Truck crash

Heads up if you are travelling to the U.S. this afternoon, as a transport truck has flipped at the Ambassador Bridge. The rollover took place on Huron Church Road, north of College Avenue on Thursday. Police say the accident is blocking the main entrance to the bridge at the bend. There is minimal access through the duty free lot. Motorists are advised to use Wyandotte to access the bridge. The bridge’s manager of operations reports there are a minimal delays and traffic is being diverted to the Wyandotte Street Entrance.Read More


N.S. family concerned about lack of supports for son with non-verbal autism

N.S. family concerned about lack of supports for son with non-verbal autism

A Nova Scotia family is rethinking plans of sending their son to school after learning he may not have the supports he needs in the classroom. Jade Williams knew something was wrong when Briem still wasn’t talking at the age of two. Concerned, she took him to the IWK Health Centre. Almost three years later, he was finally diagnosed with non-verbal autism. Briem may never be able to hold a conversation or even communicate verbally. Now four years old, Brien is supposed to start school this September, but Williams saysRead More


$48 ticket for not walking on sidewalk shocks Cote-St-Luc father

$48 ticket for not walking on sidewalk shocks Cote-St-Luc father

CTV Montreal Published Sunday, May 13, 2018 9:53PM EDT Last Updated Sunday, May 13, 2018 10:33PM EDT A Cote-St-Luc man is feeling tread upon after receiving a $48 ticket for walking in the wrong place. Danny Cohen was taking his young daughter for a walk last week. He was stopped by police and issued a fine for being a pedestrian and not using the sidewalk. “I asked them if they were kidding and they said ‘No, absolutely not, we’re going to give you a ticket for walking in the street,’”Read More


CAQ introduces seven new candidates in Montreal area

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On Saturday, the Coalition Avenir Quebec (CAQ) announced seven new candidacies for the upcoming elections on the Island of Montreal, where the party currently has no MPs. The head of the CAQ, François Legault, revealed the names of those who will wear the “caquiste” colours in several metropolitan sectors. Among the candidates are Julie Séide (Bourassa-Sauvé), Simon Langelier (Laurier-Dorion), Vicky Michaud (Marguerite-Bourgeoys) and Marc Hétu (Marquette). Sonya Cormier, Janny Gaspard and Michelle Morin will try to get elected respectively in the ridings of Rosemont, Viau and Westmount-Saint-Louis. Legault says heRead More


Police investigate after verbal dispute at Lethbridge restaurant surfaces on social media

Denny's Restaurant, verbal altercation, Monir Omer

A verbal altercation that was captured on a cellphone and uploaded to social media by a patron at a Denny’s Restaurant in Lethbridge in April is now being investigated by police. In the video, a woman and two men, who were sitting at an adjacent table, get into a verbal dispute over Canadian citizenship. Monir Omerzai took the video in mid-April and posted it online on Tuesday evening after he was encouraged by friends to do so. Omerzai and his friend, Mujtaba Abdul Ghafar, spoke with CTV Lethbridge on Wednesday aboutRead More