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Charges laid against two men in Tuxedo Park murder case

Calgary police say two men have been charged in connection with the death of Timothy Voytilla in April of this year. Mohamad Rafih, 22, of Calgary, has been charged with first-degree murder and Syed Muhammad Uzair, 22, also of Calgary, has been charged with manslaughter and accessory after the fact to murder. Voytilla, who’d been found injured by a member of the public in Tuxedo Park, was brought to the Peter Lougheed Centre on April 30. He later died in hospital. Investigators soon learned that Voytilla had been injured nearRead More

Two people hurt in rollover crash near Wellesley

Regional police are investigating after a single-vehicle rollover crash west of Wellesley. Police were called to Perth Line near Perth Road 107 around 1pm on Sunday afternoon. Two people were taken to hospital with minor injuries. It’s not clear yet what lead to the crash or if any charges will be laid. Source link #USA #News #USnews #worldnews #headlinenews #Breakingnews #weathernews #UnitedStates news #CanadianNews #weatherforecast top news #stories,Us news today #hourlyweather #Cbcnews #CBC

N.B. government announces $2 million for Edmundston Regional

Premier Brian Gallant has announced the provincial government will invest $2 million in funding for a mother and child care unit at the Edmundston Regional Hospital. “Your government understands how a strong and vibrant health-care system is important to New Brunswick families,” said Gallant. “This investment in the Edmundston Regional Hospital will create a mother-child care unit allowing our families the chance to be as healthy as possible.” The government says the infrastructure project will involve relocating the pediatric unit within the obstetrical area and the two services will beRead More

Tesla unveils electric big-rig truck, record-fast Roadster – Technology & Science

Reuters Tesla Inc. upstaged its own debut of an electric heavy duty truck on Thursday when a red Roadster pulled out of the big rig’s trailer and chief executive Elon Musk said the new $200,000 sports car would be the fastest production car ever. The showmanship wowed the crowd although some analysts’ heads started throbbing at the variety of new projects launched as the company is struggling to produce the more affordable sedan upon which its future depends. As the presentation appeared to end, the Tesla Semi opened its trailer, andRead More

Jailed Catalan secession activist to run in Dec. 21 election: Spain

Joseph Wilson, The Associated Press Published Thursday, November 16, 2017 3:59PM EST BARCELONA, Spain — The jailed leader of the main grassroots group pushing for Catalonia to secede from Spain resigned his post Thursday to run as a candidate in the election the Spanish government called for next month to stop the region’s push toward independence. The Catalan National Assembly said Jordi Sanchez would be a candidate on the slate headed by Catalonia’s former president, Carles Puigdemont, who is in Belgium facing extradition back to Spain along with four membersRead More

Concern mounting over no-show salmon run

In an average year, up to 20,000 salmon would have made the journey to Goldstream Park by now. This year, only 4,800 have shown up. Source link #USA #News #USnews #worldnews #headlinenews #Breakingnews #weathernews #UnitedStates news #CanadianNews #weatherforecast top news #stories,Us news today #hourlyweather #Cbcnews #CBC

Court orders PayPal to give business account details to CRA – Business

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Pete Evans The Federal Court of Canada has ordered U.S.-based PayPal to hand over details about its business account customers to Canadian tax authorities. The court order, obtained by the Canada Revenue Agency, forces the U.S.-based payment processing firm to release information about Canadians with PayPal business accounts who processed transactions between the start of 2014 and last Friday. PayPal must hand over the names, dates of birth, contact information and — in some cases — social insurance numbers of any business account holders in Canada. The court order was issued last Friday, and theRead More

Officer robbed, search on for ‘armed and dangerous’ suspect near St. Laurent

Published Wednesday, November 15, 2017 12:37AM CST Last Updated Wednesday, November 15, 2017 12:49AM CST RCMP issued a public safety warning Tuesday night as they searched for a male suspect considered to be armed and dangerous. Police said an RCMP officer was assaulted on Hwy. 6 near St. Laurent at about 8:30 on Tuesday night. The officer’s police van and sidearm were taken during the assault. The stolen police vehicle is a white, unmarked, Ford E-150 Econoline van. It does not have police markings but it does have police lightsRead More

Woman asked to leave Regina Chuck E Cheese because of service dog

A Regina woman says she was kicked out of a local Chuck E Cheese because she has a service dog. Ashley Nemeth is blind, and relies on her service dog Rick to help her with day to day tasks. She was at the Chuck E Cheese on Victoria Avenue with her family and Rick on Monday night, when she was asked to leave the restaurant by an employee, sighting the business’s strict “no pets” policy. Nemeth caught the incident on video. In an emailed statement to CTV News, Chuck ERead More

Driver owes $158K in fines: ‘You never know what you’re going to find’

ST. JOHN’S, N.L. — Newfoundland police are calling it “extraordinary”– officers recently stopped a driver who owes $158,000 in unpaid fines. The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary says the 33-year-old man was allegedly caught driving with a suspended driver’s licence and no insurance on Thursday morning in St. John’s. Officers also discovered the man owes $158,000 in outstanding fines, and he was held for a court appearance. “This is extraordinarily high compared to what I would normally see,” said Const. Geoff Higdon in an interview on Friday. “When we’re doing these stops,Read More