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Guelph to consider red light camera program

Red light camera file photo

Guelph may follow the lead of Waterloo Region, Hamilton, Toronto and other cities in bringing red light cameras to town. City councillors will vote May 7 on a proposal to examine the issue and determine what a red light camera system would cost. If the proposal is approved, a report would be completed by early next year and a decision on moving ahead with the cameras could be made at that time. The proposal has the support of the Guelph Police Service. Chief Jeff DeRuyter has written councillors to sayRead More


China says advanced DF-26 missiles now part of its rocket force

China military display

BEIJING — China’s advanced DF-26 intermediate-range ballistic missile has been incorporated into its rocket force, boosting its ability to counter opponents on land and at sea, a defence ministry spokesman said Thursday. The missile is capable of lofting both conventional and nuclear warheads, the latter to carry out a rapid retaliatory strike, ministry spokesman Wu Qian told reporters at a monthly news briefing. The missile is believed to have a range of up to 4,000 kilometres, leaving vulnerable the crucial U.S. military installations on the island of Guam, along withRead More


Travelling science exhibit stops in the Soo

Travelling science exhibit stops in the Soo

From CTV Northern Ontario’s Jairus Patterson: Interactive exhibition aims to show students the fun of studying science. Source link #canadiannews #worldnews #headlinenews and stories from around the world USA Today News Headlines USA News Headlines ABC NEWS Headlines


Police justified in using deadly force in 2010 shooting in West Broadway, inquest finds

Langside St. in 2010

An inquest has found Winnipeg police were justified in using deadly force when an officer shot and killed a suspect on Langside Street. It happened on May 9, 2010 as officers responded to a break and enter. Lance Muir then drove a stolen vehicle at an officer, but as the car approached, the officer fired four shots at it. One of the bullets hit Muir in the chest, and ended up killing him. In her ruling, Judge Cynthia Devine said there was nothing police could have done to change theRead More


‘Great Kate Wait’ is over: Duchess of Cambridge delivers a baby boy

'Great Kate Wait' is over: Duchess of Cambridge delivers a baby boy

Sylvia Hui, The Associated Press Published Monday, April 23, 2018 3:39AM EDT Last Updated Monday, April 23, 2018 8:26AM EDT LONDON — Kensington Palace says the Duchess of Cambridge has given birth to her second son. The baby is the third child for her and husband Prince William and fifth in line to the throne. The royal palace says Kate and her son are both doing well.. Kensington Palace’s tweet: Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge was safely delivered of a son at 1101hrs. The baby weighs 8lbs 7oz.Read More


Propane leak shuts down Manitoba border crossing

File image of a border crossing.

CTV Winnipeg Published Thursday, April 19, 2018 7:31PM CST Last Updated Thursday, April 19, 2018 7:32PM CST A propane leak has temporarily shut down a border crossing from Manitoba into the United States. The Maida Port of Entry was closed Thursday after the leak was discovered. US Customs and Border Protection said the closure was made in the interest of public safety and it apologizes for any inconvenience. It suggests using the Ports of Hannah and Walhalla as alternative places to cross. Officials say an update as to when theRead More


Murder charge stayed against accused Calgary gang member

Murder charge stayed against accused Calgary gang member

CTV Calgary Staff Published Tuesday, April 17, 2018 12:43PM MDT Last Updated Tuesday, April 17, 2018 12:51PM MDT Accused gang leader Nicholas Chan walked out of a Calgary court on Tuesday instead of standing trial for murder in connection to the death of a man in 2008. Chan was charged with the first-degree murder of Kevin Anaya who was gunned down almost ten years ago. He was also charged with conspiracy to commit murder and directing a criminal organization and was supposed to face a jury for trial. On TuesdayRead More


Maple Leafs beat Bruins 4-2 in Game 3

Toronto Maple Leafs centre Auston Matthews

TORONTO – Auston Matthews scored the go-ahead goal in the second period as the Toronto Maple Leafs defeated Boston 4-2 on Monday to cut the Bruins’ lead in their first-round series to 2-1. Patrick Marleau, with two, and James van Riemsdyk also scored for Toronto, while Mitch Marner and Morgan Rielly added two assists each. Frederik Andersen made 40 saves to get the win. Adam McQuaid and Zdeno Chara replied for Boston. Sean Kuraly had two assists for the Bruins, who got 26 stops from Tuukka Rask. The Leafs willRead More


Deliberations continue in trial of N.S. man charged in delivery driver’s death

Deliberations continue in trial of N.S. man charged in delivery driver's death

CTV Atlantic Published Sunday, April 15, 2018 6:20PM ADT Last Updated Sunday, April 15, 2018 6:34PM ADT A Nova Scotia jury remained locked away, deliberating a verdict in the trial of Randy Desmond Riley Sunday. Riley stands accused of first-degree murder in the shooting death of a pizza delivery driver back in 2010. Riley has pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder in the death of 27-year-old Chad Smith. Another man has already been found guilty in the case, but the jury has been grappling with serious questions in Riley’s trial.Read More


SPVM trying to locate girl, 14, last seen Thursday

Isaora Thaisa Tavares Assuncao

Montreal police are appealing to the public to help locate a teen who left home in Villeray-Saint-Michel-Parc Extension on Thursday and has not been seen since. Isaora Thaisa Tavares Assuncao is 14-years-old, stands 5’7 and weighs 130 lbs. She has brown eyes and communicates in French.  She was last seen wearing a black windbreaker with a black and grey sweater with matching pants. She was wearing black running shoes and carrying a pale blue backpack.  Tavares Assuncao can normally be found in a McDonald’s or at Galeries d’Anjou. Her familyRead More