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Three in custody after suspected explosive device found in vehicle at BC border

Three in custody after suspected explosive device found in vehicle at BC border

The Abbotsford-Huntingdon border crossing was closed Thursday afternoon, after a routine search found what appeared to be an explosive device in a vehicle. The agency said at about 6:30 p.m. that Abbotsford police were called and three people are in agency custody. The investigation is continuing, with police on site, but no other information was released. The agency said that ... Read More »

Quebec town shocked to find Karla Homolka a neighbour, Report

Quebec town shocked to find Karla Homolka a neighbour, Report

Shock and anger from parents of a Montreal school after learning their children are reportedly attending the same school as Karla Homolka’s children. Homolka served a twelve-year sentence in a Quebec prison for manslaughter in the sex slayings of two Ontario schoolgirls. Homolka, who now goes by the name Leanne Bordelais, has children of her own who attend school and ... Read More »

Structure collapses in Toronto, at least seven injured “Photo”

Structure collapses in Toronto, at least seven injured (Photo)

A structural collapse at a Toronto construction site sent at least seven people to hospital and injured several others Monday afternoon at a major intersection north of the downtown core. Police flocked to a construction site in the city’s Forest Hill neighbourhood around 2:30 p.m. after the accident at a building currently being turned into a new public transit stop. ... Read More »

Woman hops tiger fence at Toronto Zoo for hat (Video)

Woman hops tiger fence at Toronto Zoo for hat (Video)

Toronto Zoo officials are investigating after a Youtube user posted a video showing a woman jump over a tiger enclosure fence. In the footage, the woman is seen climbing down the fence and grabbing her hat while the tiger, which is separated by another fence, lunges towards her. Once she retrieves the hat, the woman hops back over the fence. Read More »

Three killed in Burlington, Ont. crash (Video)

Three killed in Burlington, Ont. crash (Video)

Three people are dead after a motorcycle collided with an SUV on Dundas Street near Eaglesfield Drive. Two of the dead were on the motorcycle. The third was the driver of the SUV. Halton police says that Dundas St. will be closed between Brant St. and Blackwood Dr. for the next several hours. Halton’s collision reconstruction unit is investigating. Police ... Read More »

BC’s police release new details on crash that killed Cst. Sarah Beckett

BC's police release new details on crash that killed Cst. Sarah Beckett

British Columbia’s Independent Investigation Office (IIO) has announced it will look into this month’s crash that killed RCMP Const. Sarah Beckett, after learning police had tried to stop the truck that ended up striking her cruiser. The criminal investigation continues to be led by the RCMP Island District, while the Saanich Police Department are overseeing the collision scene investigation.. Read More »

Alberta Father not convinced meningitis was cause of his son’s death

Alberta Father not convinced meningitis was cause of his son's death

For the third straight day, David Stephan made his way to the witness box in Lethbridge Provincial Court to be cross-examined by Crown prosecutor Clayton Giles. David Stephan and his wife Collet are on trial on connection with the death of their 18-month-old young son, Ezekiel, who died of meningitis in 2012. The toddler was sick for about two and ... Read More »

Jane and Sheppard crash leaves three dead, two injured

Jane and Sheppard crash leaves three dead, two injured

Toronto Paramedics confirm three people are dead and two more are injured following a horrific vehicle crash at Jane at Shepard this morning. According to Const. Clint Stibbe an Acura collided with a Mercedes Benz at Jane and Steeles and continued southbound on Jane Street to Sheppard Avenue. The Acura lost control, struck another vehicle and hit a light standard ... Read More »

Sam Hamad quitting Quebec cabinet over ethics allegations

Sam Hamad quitting Quebec cabinet over ethics allegations

Veteran Quebec politician Sam Hamad gave up his cabinet post and privileges Thursday, but his gesture did nothing to calm opposition parties, who continued to ask that he be banished from the Liberal caucus for an alleged ethical breach. Hamad’s integrity was called into question last week by a Radio-Canada report which suggested his name turned up in a series ... Read More »