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One man, two girls killed in crash near Caledonia

One man, two girls killed in crash near Caledonia

Two First Nations are in mourning after a van full of kids coming home from laser tag was hit in a “horrific” head-on crash, killing two girls, the driver of the other car and leaving other children with “life-altering” injuries. Ontario Provincial Police and several emergency crews were called to Highway 6. shortly after 9 p.m. Wednesday. Police say a ... Read More »

Indian man charged after defrauding victim of $100000

Indian man charged after defrauding victim of $100000

An Indian man living in Toronto was charged with pretending to practice witchcraft after he allegedly convinced a client to pay him $101,000 to remove an evil spirit. Toronto Police claim the accused, known as Master Raghav, advertised his services as an astrologer and psychic during February and March of this year. Read More »

Four people found dead in home near Ashcroft, BC

Four people found dead in home near Ashcroft, BC

Four people, including two kids, have been found dead in a home near Ashcroft. The BC Coroners Service suspects carbon monoxide gas is to blame and has ruled out foul play. Carbon monoxide is an odourless and tasteless gas produced during the burning of any fossil fuel. A carbon monoxide detector is a reliable method of early detection of carbon ... Read More »

Quebec murder victim told police she feared for her safety

Quebec murder victim told police she feared for her safety

Daphné Boudreault, 18, was found by police Wednesday around 12:30 p.m. at a residence in Mont-Saint-Hilaire with serious injuries that led to her death after being transported to hospital. The woman’s ex-boyfriend, 22-year-old Anthony Pratte-Lops, was arrested shortly after police made the gruesome discovery. Neighbour Lauren Gagnon said around 12 p.m. Wednesday, she saw a female police officer walking around ... Read More »

Eighteen employees taken to hospital after carbon monoxide leak at Scarborough restaurant

Eighteen employees taken to hospital after carbon monoxide leak at Scarborough restaurant

The call above saw as many as 18 people taken to hospital with suspected carbon monoxide poisoning on Wednesday. Emergency crews were called to the Mandarin Restaurant, a popular buffet at Eglinton Avenue East and Birchmount Road, around 3 p.m., after reports of someone having difficulty breathing. Toronto fire says there were high readings of the deadly odourless gas toward ... Read More »

Drunk Pilot pleads guilty after passing out in cockpit

Drunk Pilot pleads guilty after passing out in cockpit

A pilot who passed out in a cockpit before a scheduled flight in Canada has pleaded guilty to being impaired while in control of an aircraft. Miroslav Gronych pleaded guilty yesterday to having care and control of an aircraft while impaired. The Slovenian national admitted to having drunk a bottle of vodka in his hotel room before his flight. Read More »

NewsAlert: Ontario man wanted for murdering stepchild

NewsAlert: Ontario man wanted for murdering stepchild

Niagara Regional Police are seeking Canada-wide arrest warrants for Justin Kuijer for first-degree murder and attempted murder in connection to the death of a seven-year-old St. Catharines boy and a Friday stabbing at a local bank. Const. Phil Gavin says the suspect entered the bank on Martindale Road just before 10:30 a.m. this morning and assaulted a female employee with ... Read More »

Maggie MacDonnell, Teacher wins $1m best-teacher prize in Dubai

Maggie MacDonnell, Teacher wins $1m best-teacher prize in Dubai

Maggie MacDonnell was awarded the third annual Varkey Foundation Global Teacher Prize. Her victory – which brings with it a prize of $1 million – was announced at the Global Education and Skills Forum in Dubai by an astronaut in the International Space Station, and Ms MacDonnell was congratulated via video message by Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau. Ms MacDonnell ... Read More »

Two small planes collide over mall near Montreal, one dead

Two small planes collide over mall near Montreal, one dead

One person is dead, another is injured and two people are in hospital to be treated for shock after two planes collided above Promenades Saint-Bruno shopping centre, according to Public Security Minister Martin Coiteux. One plane fell on the roof of the shopping mall after the planes collided in the sky. The other crashed in the parking lot. Police evacuated ... Read More »

Sara Manitoski: Courtenay teen dies on overnight school outing

Sara Manitoski: Courtenay teen dies on overnight school outing

Sara Manitoski, a Grade 11 student in the integrated studies outdoor education program, died in her sleep Tuesday night, during a scheduled midweek overnight excursion to Tribune Bay Outdoor Education Centre on Hornby Island. The girl, a student at G.P. Vanier Secondary in Courtenay, was part of an overnight trip to the Tribune Bay Outdoor Education Centre, said Paul Berry, ... Read More »