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Owen Sound : Man caught with alcohol in drive-thru

Owen Sound : Man caught with alcohol in drive-thru

A drive-thru worker in an Owen Sound restaurant is being praised by police for stopping a drunk driver last night. The employee was afraid the customer had been drinking and alerted his manager after noticing there was an open beer in his lap. Police arrived on scene just as the driver was trying to get back on the road. Read More »

OPP : Teens still texting while driving

OPP : Teens still texting while driving

Texting and driving might be the new epidemic in our society. The 2013 Student Drug Use and Health Survey found that one-third of licensed Ontario students in grades 10 to 12 reported having texted while driving at least once in the past year. When looking at Grade 12s alone, the percentage rises to 46% of licensed students. Read More »

Pilot crash-lands plane into Quebec yard (Video)

Pilot crash-lands plane into Quebec yard

A small plane has crashed in the backyard of a home in the Saint-Hubert neighbourhood of Longueuil. The plane appears to have crashed outside a home at 1220 Jean-Baptiste-Charron St., a small, dead-end street near Raoul Ave., very near Route 116 to the airport. The plane crashed immediately after taking off from the Saint-Hubert airport. Read More »

Colored home pact expected to get OK (Video)

Colored home pact expected to get OK

Fourteen years in the courts, interviews, affidavits, applications, and an intense shame over decades ended Monday after a Supreme Court justice finalized a $29 million settlement in the Nova Scotia Home for Colored Children case. Justice Arthur LeBlanc formally approved the settlement between the province and former residents of the home, saying the deal represented an “important step” in the ... Read More »

Coors Light : Beer promo closes Toronto intersection

Coors Light : Beer promo closes Toronto intersection

Companies are always looking for new ways to market their products but this project didn’t end very well. Coors Light Canada is apologizing after their latest promotion tied-up traffic during rush hour at Dundas Street and Spadina on Monday afternoon. A silver briefcase was attached to a railing at the TTC streetcar stop there. It looked suspicious, forcing the police ... Read More »