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Loaded gun taken off the street in bust

London police have laid 28 charges in a drugs and gun bust in which a loaded weapon was seized. Police executed a search warrant at three separate London addresses Thursday. Residences on Wonderland Road, Platts Lane and Richmond Street were raided. Among items seized was a loaded 40 caliber rifle, cocaine press, hydromorphone tablets, oxycodone and $22,000 in cash. Six people in London were charged, along with residents from Etobicoke and Hamilton. Source link #USA #News #USnews #worldnews #headlinenews #Breakingnews #weathernews #UnitedStates news #CanadianNews #weatherforecast top news #stories,Us news todayRead More

Sears liquidation sales begin, but shoppers disappointed by deals

Armina Ligaya and Maija Kappler, The Canadian Press Published Thursday, October 19, 2017 2:09PM EDT Sears Canada began its liquidation sales at its remaining stores across the country Thursday, but many shoppers found the deals to be underwhelming. While signs suggest discounts of 20 to 50 per cent off — with a note that exceptions apply — relatively few items at a Toronto store appeared to be offered at half off. Some big ticket items such as snowblowers and treadmills were only 10 per cent off. But dozens of shoppersRead More

Blind woman robbed by stranger thanks Toronto for ‘unbelievable’ response

Jeff Lagerquist, Staff Published Thursday, October 19, 2017 8:36AM EDT A blind woman who said she was robbed by a stranger she bonded with during a bus trip from Sudbury to Toronto is overwhelmed by the outpouring of kindness since she shared her story with CTV News. The woman, identified only as “Sally,” has received more than the $800 she said was stolen after she agreed to help her bus trip seatmate by offering to share her hotel room with the woman for a night. “The people in TorontoRead More

'Significant distance' remains in NAFTA talks: Freeland

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“It’s frustrating”:Churchill residents watch propane arrive and train leave by ship

For people living in Manitoba’s cut off town of Churchill, the scene at the town’s port Sunday was a frustrating reminder its rail line isn’t running. MV Nunalik, a container ship, is now docked at the Port of Churchill. The province paid $6 million to cover the cost of shipping in 2.2 million litres of propane—enough to heat Churchill’s homes until next summer. Meanwhile, a five Via rail passenger cars and two locomotives left stranded following damage to Churchill’s rail line in May, will soon be shipped out for repairs.Read More

Matthews scores twice as Leafs beat Habs 4-3 in overtime

MONTREAL — Auston Matthews once again brought out his best hockey when the spotlight shines brightest. Facing century-old rival Montreal on national television on a Saturday night, and with the Bell Centre seats packed with 21,302 fans, Matthews took a feed from William Nylander and wired a shot past Carey Price 48 seconds into overtime to lift the Toronto Maple Leafs to a 4-3 victory over the Canadiens. The win ended Toronto’s 11-game winless run against Montreal dating back to a 5-3 victory on Jan. 18, 2014. “It was aRead More

Georgian College students brace for possible strike

With a little more than 48 hours away from a potential strike at Georgian College, students are getting anxious. Some of the college’s 11,000 students participated in a Facebook livestream on Friday as a way to vent their concerns and have outstanding questions answered. “It’s a downer on our side because we are losing school time, classes; it’s going to be hard on us,” says Marissa Gale, a pre-health sciences student. Staff at Ontario’s 24 colleges will walk out if a deal isn’t reached by 12:01 Monday morning. “It’s almostRead More

Fierce winds stir deadly California wildfires as teams search for victims

SONOMA, Calif. (Reuters) – Fierce winds were expected to stir wildfires and test firefighters on Saturday in Northern California where the most lethal outbreak of wildfires in state history has killed 35 people and forced more than 90,000 residents from their homes. The wind-driven blazes, which erupted on Sunday night in the heart of California’s renowned wine country, north of San Francisco, have destroyed an estimated 5,700 homes. A total of 17 major wildfires – some encompassing several smaller blazes merged together – had consumed nearly 222,000 acres of dryRead More

Denis Coderre to launch injunction over smelly carcass disposal

CTV Montreal Published Friday, October 13, 2017 5:23PM EDT Last Updated Friday, October 13, 2017 7:33PM EDT Mayor Denis Coderre wants to force some fresh air into Sanimax, a Rivere-des-Prairies-Pointe-Aux-Trembles company that recycles animal carcasses. Sanimax has been in a long-running feud with nearby residents because of the stench, and the fact that the animal waste frequently spills over the top of trucks and onto the concrete. Now Coderre says it’s time to compel the company to upgrade its equipment; the city’s lawyers will seek injunctions in the coming days.Read More

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