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Amherstburg man arrested for duct taping dog’s jowls, neck and paws

Amherstburg man arrested for duct taping dog's jowls, neck and paws

Police have charged an Amherstburg man in connection with the small dog found bound and left to die near the Walker Road Canadian Tire. The Windsor Police Service says on Friday around 6pm, officers attended the Windsor/Essex County Humane Society after staff reported that individuals were attempting to take custody of the abused dog. Following an investigation, officers arrested a ... Read More »

Police arrest anti-capitalist protesters downtown (Video)

Police arrest anti-capitalist protesters downtown (Video)

At least eight people were arrested following an anti-capitalist protest last night, a demonstration that police declared illegal before it even began because organizers did not provide them with a route. The protest starting at the park on Berri St. and made its way east. Police and protesters exchanged rounds of fireworks and tear gas, mainly in the . Many ... Read More »

Cheetah on the loose in the Kootenays: RCMP

Cheetah on the loose in the Kootenays: RCMP

A big cat is on the loose in the Kootenays after being spotted hanging out near Highway 3A near Kootenay Bay, about 80 kilometres west of Cranbrook. The RCMP put out the warning late Thursday night, giving residents in the area of Crawford Bay and Kootenay Bay the heads up, and asking in a news release, “Does anyone know someone ... Read More »

New planeload of Syrian refugees to arrive in Toronto, Report

New planeload of Syrian refugees to arrive in Toronto, Report

As Canadian cities resettle the displaced Syrian refugees who have been arriving since last week, 214 more landed in Toronto Tuesday afternoon. These latest refugees will depart Beirut, Lebanon, in the morning and arrive mid-afternoon on a Royal Jordanian Airlines flight, McCallum said Monday. There will be a mix of privately sponsored and government-assisted refugees on board. The Liberal government ... Read More »