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Construction almost complete at Conestoga College’s Waterloo campus

Construction almost complete at Conestoga College’

With the first day of school just days away, some Conestoga College students will be starting the new year in a newly renovated facility. Friday morning hundreds of students got the chance to take part in their first tour of the Waterloo campus. “I thought it was incredible, just seeing all the new shiny things,” said Quilan Henderson, a Chef’s training student. The renovated campus is located at University Avenue and Weber Street and is an expansion of the existing site. The new facility is more than double its existingRead More


High-risk sex offender believed to be living in Winnipeg: police

Badour

Police are notifying the public about a convicted high-risk sex offender who is now believed to be living in Winnipeg. Police said James Porter Badour has a history of sexual offences against young children, both male and female. Although he has participated in some treatment programming in the past, police said he is considered a high risk to reoffend. Police said all children are at risk. After being released from custody in 2017, Badour is subject to supervised probation until April of 2020. He has previously lived in Guelph andRead More


Barrie`s unemployment rate remains among the highest in Canada: Statistics Canada

Barrie`s unemployment rate remains among the highest in Canada: Statistics Canada

Barrie had the fourth highest unemployment rate among Canadian cities in July. The latest numbers released by Statistics Canada showed the jobless rate in July was  7.0 per cent, up from 6.9 per cent in the previous month. Tyler Colatosti has been looking for plumber work for almost two years now. “They’re looking  for two or three years’ experience and not guys who just got out of school. How are you supposed to get experience if you can’t find work,” said Colatosti. Barrie only trails St. John’s (9.0), Calgary (7.9) Read More


‘We don’t believe we’re on a spinning ball’: Flat earthers in Edmonton

‘We don’t believe we’re on a spinning ball’: Flat earthers in Edmonton

An estimated 250 people converged on West Edmonton Mall’s Fantasyland Hotel Thursday, for the first of a two-day conference on an issue that was settled by science hundreds of years ago. The event is billed as the first Canadian Flat Earth International Conference. Organizers said within the room, there were a number of differing views about the nature of the world we call home. “You’re going to find so many various beliefs here, but the one thing that we all kind of agree on is that we don’t believe we’reRead More


Dealerships manage the aftermath of huge hail storm in Calgary

Dealerships manage the aftermath of huge hail storm in Calgary

A pair of severe thunderstorms in Calgary on Thursday evening resulted in unusually large hail stones coming down on cars and homes, and now auto dealers are out assessing the damage to their fleets. Tower Dodge, on Macleod Trail, says that all of their 525 cars on the lot were at risk in the storm and they are now going over each and every one with their hail team to assess the cost of damages. “We’ll get the appraisers on site to look at the vehicles, see what it’s goingRead More


Dustin Johnson wins RBC Canadian Open at Glen Abbey

Dustin Johnson at Canadian Open

John Chidley-Hill, The Canadian Press Published Sunday, July 29, 2018 7:31PM EDT Last Updated Sunday, July 29, 2018 9:02PM EDT OAKVILLE, Ont. — Dustin Johnson pulled away from the field after a nearly two-hour rain delay to win the RBC Canadian Open for the first time. Johnson shot a 6-under 66 to finish the only Canadian stop on the PGA Tour at 23-under par. The world No. 1 tied for second in the Canadian Open at Glen Abbey Golf Course in 2013 and 2016. Byeong Hun An (69) and WheeRead More


CTV News at Six for July 28: Heat wave warning

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Fate of Ontario safe injection, overdose prevention sites in limbo

Discussing Ottawa safe-injection site

The Ontario government says it is weighing the fate of the province’s safe injection and overdose prevention sites. Health Minister Christine Elliott says the government is reviewing evidence on the sites to see if they “have merit” and are worth continuing. The overdose prevention site in London will have to close mid-August if the province doesn’t renew its funding and approval. Elliott says the government plans to make a decision in the coming weeks on the sites that are about to expire, but will also eventually rule on the programRead More


'Turtle Patrol' members are heroes for the half-shelled in N.S.

'Turtle Patrol' members are heroes for the half-shelled in N.S.

Turtle rescuers are asking for help from the Nova Scotia government to help save a vulnerable species — the snapping turtle. The turtles are being threatened by both drivers and poachers, says Clarence Stevens, a volunteer member of the “Turtle Patrol.” 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″]


Needles, trash ruining Barrie pond

Needles, trash ruining Barrie pond

Everything from needles, to household items to trash, is being found at Milligan’s Pond in Barrie, and residents are calling on the city for a big cleanup.   One resident took photos of large piles of trash left at the pond in Barrie this weekend. The photos caught the attention of many who live in the area. “This used to be a little haven, for people to bring their children, for people to read their books, and just spend time here. Now as you can see, there is no children,”Read More