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Death investigation at CFB Trenton residence

Death investigation at CFB Trenton residence

The death of a 32-year-old woman at a Canadian Forces Base in eastern Ontario is being investigated by both military police and Ontario Provincial Police. Military Police contacted the OPP after a woman’s body was found in her residence at the base Tuesday afternoon. She’s been identified as 32-year-old Jasmine Reid, of Trenton. Police could not say whether she was ... Read More »

Tree branch kills man in popular Toronto park

Tree branch kills man in popular Toronto park

Investigators are on scene of what appears to be a freak accident in Trinity Bellwoods Park. A man and his wife were sitting under a tree when a branch fell on him and hit him in the head. Although passers-by attempted to revive him with CPR, he succumbed to his injuries. His wife has been taken to hospital to be ... Read More »

Nicholas Baker: 4 year old boy found dead in swimming pool

Nicholas Baker: 4 year old boy found dead in swimming pool

A four-year-old boy was found dead in a swimming pool in rural Nova Scotia, hours after he was reported missing. Police say Nicholas was reported missing from his grandparents’ home near Middle Musquodoboit, about 80 kilometres northwest of Halifax, shortly before 10 p.m. Wednesday. RCMP Cpl. Jadie Spencer said it took several hours to find the boy’s body because a ... Read More »

One of two fugitive capybaras caught

One of two fugitive capybaras caught

After 19 days on the lam, City of Toronto officials have captured one of two capybaras that broke out of the High Park Zoo – an escape that set the city abuzz and inspired all manner of jokes on social media. “With a big team effort one of the capybaras has been rescued. It is resting off site for now,” ... Read More »

Hamilton man arrested after bomb threat on GO Bus

Hamilton man arrested after bomb threat on GO Bus

A GO transit bus had to be evacuated this morning after a bomb threat on board. According to Metrolinx spokesperson Anne Marie Aikins, the bus was travelling on Highway 407 near Britannia Road when a passenger approached the driver to inform them that there was a man on the bus claiming to be in possession of a bomb. Read More »

Father Joe LeClair: Former PEI priest facing drunk driving charges

Father Joe LeClair: Former PEI priest facing drunk driving charges

Father Joe LeClair will be back before a criminal court next week to face impaired driving charges recently issued by the Ontario Provincial Police. Father Joe LeClair, 58, an associate pastor at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church on Paisley Road, was arrested at a spot check on the Hanlon Expressway by Wellington County OPP around noon on May 21. “While speaking ... Read More »

Eagle and Canada goose battle caught on camera (Photo)

Eagle and Canada goose battle caught on camera (Video)

A bald eagle, America’s national bird, and a Canada goose came beak-to-beak at a campground in British Columbia. Vancouverite Lisa Bell stumbled upon a classic battle between national symbols: a bald eagle vs. Canada goose, and photographed the tense battle. While the eagle initially appeared to be the victor (#Murica), it turns out the goose was simply playing dead and ... Read More »

One of two Trudeau nannies will be let go July 1

One of two Trudeau nannies will be let go July 1

Taxpayers will only have to foot the bill for one nanny at 24 Sussex Drive after Canada Day. Caregiver Marilou Trayvilla no longer works for the Trudeau family and will be off the public payroll on July 1, according to an order-in-council. Trayvilla was one of two nannies hired as special assistants under the Official Residences Act to watch the ... Read More »