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Mississauga blast: 15 hurt in explosion at Indian restaurant

Police release photos of explosion suspects

CTVNews.ca Staff Published Thursday, May 24, 2018 11:43PM EDT Last Updated Friday, May 25, 2018 7:33AM EDT Police in Mississauga, Ont., are on the hunt for two men who entered an Indian restaurant on Thursday night and detonated what police described as an improvised explosive device, injuring 15 people. Three of those suffered serious blast injuries and were taken to trauma centres; the rest sustained smaller shrapnel injuries. The majority of the victims have been treated and released, while the three most seriously injured are now in stable condition. PeelRead More


Human remains discovered in Toronto’s east end.

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The Canadian Press Published Monday, May 21, 2018 7:48AM EDT Last Updated Monday, May 21, 2018 7:55AM EDT The OPP are investigating after human remains were discovered Sunday near Highway 401 and Morningside Avenue in Toronto’s east end. Police have not yet released any further information, saying only that they’re seeking the public’s assistance in the investigation. Source link #canadiannews #worldnews #headlinenews and stories from around the world USA Today News Headlines USA News Headlines ABC NEWS Headlines


Saskatoon artists evicted | CTV Saskatoon News

Saskatoon artists evicted | CTV Saskatoon News

Published Sunday, May 20, 2018 5:56PM CST Last Updated Sunday, May 20, 2018 6:04PM CST Several artists in Saskatoon are scrambling to find a new studio after the building they were working out of was sold. Artists recently were handed an eviction notice saying the building had been sold and tenants had a month to move all of their work and supplies “Reasonable rent, that’s key for artists, we can’t afford to pay big rents because we’re really not making money at what we do,” painter Betsy Rosenwald said. BetsyRead More


Aggressive biters are back | CTV Edmonton News

Aggressive biters are back | CTV Edmonton News

Kiera Lyons, CTV Edmonton Published Thursday, May 17, 2018 4:35PM MDT Last Updated Thursday, May 17, 2018 7:40PM MDT It’s that time of year again, mosquito season.  People out playing sports like soccer or slow-pitch have no doubt noticed the pests, but the city says it’s not that bad. According to data collected from more than a dozen traps around the city, the number of mosquitoes so far this spring is well below average, but significantly more than the past three years. Over the last three years, the number ofRead More


PMJT calls for investigation after London doctor shot in Gaza

Canadian physician Tarek Loubani shot in Gaza Strip while providing medical care

Justin Trudeau says he is appalled by the shooting of a Canadian doctor who was trying to help wounded protesters in Gaza on Monday. The prime minister is adding his voice to the calls for an independent investigation into the shootings by Israeli soldiers on the Gaza border that killed 59 Palestinians and wounded hundreds more during Monday’s mass protests. In a statement, Trudeau describes the reported use of excessive force and live ammunition as “inexcusable.” He is calling for a thorough examination of the possible use of both excessiveRead More


Trump: U.S. hasn’t been notified about threat to cancel summit

Trump: U.S. hasn't been notified about threat to cancel summit

Zeke Miller and Catherine Lucey, The Associated Press Published Wednesday, May 16, 2018 12:57PM EDT Last Updated Wednesday, May 16, 2018 1:15PM EDT WASHINGTON — U.S. President Donald Trump said Wednesday the U.S. hasn’t been notified about North Korea’s threat to cancel his planned summit with Kim Jong Un next month. North Korea threatened earlier in the day to scrap the historic summit between Trump and Kim, saying it has no interest in a “one-sided” affair meant to pressure the North to abandon its nuclear weapons. Trump maintained that he’llRead More


As Hawaii erupts, scientists eye B.C.'s volcanoes

As Hawaii erupts, scientists eye B.C.'s volcanoes

As lava destroy homes in Hawaii, B.C. scientists say they’re keen on developing better technology to monitor volcanoes in our own backyard. Source link #canadiannews #worldnews #headlinenews and stories from around the world USA Today News Headlines USA News Headlines ABC NEWS Headlines


‘That support is needed’: Some N.S. schools see reduction in guidance counsellor positions

'That support is needed': Some N.S. schools see reduction in guidance counsellor positions

As schools across Nova Scotia learn of their staffing allocations for next year, some guidance counsellors are learning their services won’t be needed full-time in September.        Earlier this month, the provincial government announced that it would be hiring more than 190 specialized education professionals as part of its efforts to help with classroom inclusion. But the Nova Scotia Teachers Union says the announcement is being soured by news that some student will have less time with guidance counsellors next year. “There has been a promise made for additional resources toRead More


Locals fight to preserve part of Linley Valley

Locals fight to preserve part of Linley Valley

Residents trying to preserve wildlife and wetlands in the valley took politicians on a tour of the area today. Source link #canadiannews #worldnews #headlinenews and stories from around the world USA Today News Headlines USA News Headlines ABC NEWS Headlines


Frustrations continue over closing Balgonie highway access

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The government has removed Balgonie’s Main Street access to the Trans-Canada due to safety concerns. Crews arrived at the scene around 6 a.m. Friday morning to finish the job started on Thursday. By the time protestors arrived, more of the access road had been demolished. The community had been fighting to keep a right turn lane off the highway into the town’s business district. “We’re currently standing in the existing right in lane that’s been here for decades and that has operated safely for decades,” said Balgonie resident Jesse Edwards.Read More