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Social media posts affecting West Nipissing police

Social media posts affecting West Nipissing police

The West Nipissing Police Chief isn’t too happy with social media comments about his force. Eric Taschner. 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″]


N.S. judge freezes half of winnings in Chase-the-Ace lawsuit

N.S. judge freezes half of winnings in Chase-the-Ace lawsuit

THE CANADIAN PRESS Published Monday, August 27, 2018 3:07PM ADT Last Updated Monday, August 27, 2018 8:30PM ADT PORT HAWKESBURY, N.S. — A judge has frozen half of a $1.2-million Chase the Ace jackpot at the centre of a lawsuit between a Nova Scotia woman and her nephew. Barbara Reddick sued her nephew Tyrone MacInnis after the grand prize of a charity fundraiser in rural Cape Breton was divided between the two, leaving them each with $611,319.50. Reddick has said she put MacInnis’s name on the ticket for good luckRead More


Homicide unit reviews investigation into Calgary man’s overdose death

Darrell Smith - homicide unit review

The Calgary Police Service is reviewing its investigation into the recent death of 47-year-old Darrell Smith as his family continues to question the injuries they found on his body. Smith, who is from the Piikani Nation, was found dead in his Beltline apartment in the 1400 block of 11 Street Southwest on August 12, 2018. An autopsy attributed his death to an overdose. Darrell’s niece Simone Smith was the last member of the family to see Darrell alive. Simone had gone to Calgary with her uncle for some back toRead More


Assault on Halifax bus driver leads to charges

bus driver assault suspect

Halifax police have charged a man for an assault on a bus driver last Tuesday night.  Police say officers responded to the 5700 block of South Street for a report of a Halifax Transit bus driver who had been assaulted after he asked a passenger to pay the fare. “The suspect left prior to police arrival. The driver was treated by EHS at the scene for non-life-threatening injuries,” Halifax police said in a news release. The police released security camera stills of the suspect on Friday and later that day,Read More


Eid Al-Adha celebrated at Conestoga College

Students preparing for a Hajj workshop

The Muslim Student Association at Conestoga College hosted an event celebrating Eid Al-Adha Friday. Eid Al-Adha, also known as the festival of the sacrifice, is the second of two Islamic holidays celebrated worldwide each year. It was hosted at the Doon campus in Kitchener as an opportunity to bring people together. “A lot of converts don’t actually have Muslim families because they are converts, and it’s just an opportunity to let people outside the Muslim community what Eid is about,” said event organizer Nur Hidayah. Available for attendees were pizza,Read More


Military calls off Alberta search after missing Cessna 172 found, pilot dead

Lac Ste. Anne County

John Cotter, The Canadian Press Published Thursday, August 16, 2018 9:27PM EDT Last Updated Thursday, August 16, 2018 11:33PM EDT MAYERTHORPE, Alta. — The Royal Canadian Air Force says the search for a missing pilot and his Cessna 172 has ended with the discovery of the light plane and a body in a wooded area northwest of Edmonton. “The search for missing pilot Scott Schneider has ended with the discovery of his Cessna 172,” the military said in a release Thursday night. “Unfortunately, when Royal Canadian Air Force search andRead More


Teenage shooting victim attends sold-out Danforth benefit concert

Teenage shooting victim attends sold-out Danforth benefit concert

Olivia Bowden, The Canadian Press Published Sunday, August 12, 2018 8:12AM EDT Last Updated Sunday, August 12, 2018 1:59PM EDT TORONTO — A young victim of the mass shooting in Toronto’s Greektown neighbourhood was among the crowd at a benefit concert held Saturday night to raise money for those impacted by last month’s violence. Samantha Price, a recent high school grad, said she was on Danforth Avenue eating ice cream with 18-year-old Reese Fallon and some other friends on the night of July 22 when a gunman opened fire intoRead More


Wild police chase involves three counties, helicopter and spike belt

Police chase

It was like a scene out of a movie, a helicopter police chase, a spike belt and a dramatic arrest. Around 11 a.m. Friday. a black 4-door sedan failed to stop for OPP in the westbound lanes of the 401. The car exited at Highway 19 and made its way through Oxford, Middlesex and Elgin Counties. At one point, a spike belt was deployed and the car’s tires deflated, but the driver kept going, driving on the rims for quite a distance. The driver finally stopped the car in TalbotvilleRead More


Tourist apparently shot in head while driving in Alberta

Alberta RCMP, RCMP

A German tourist visiting Canada was airlifted to hospital after apparently being shot in the head while driving near Morley, Alta. Alberta RCMP are investigating the incident, which happened just before noon Thursday and left three family members in the 60-year-old man’s car with minor injuries when he drove off the road and struck a pole. The man sustained what officials said “appears to be a head wound from a firearm.” “The male was in a vehicle, driving west on Highway 1A when he received this injury, causing his vehicleRead 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