The B.C. government is using its emergency powers to place a cap of 15 per cent on the fees that delivery companies can charge to restaurants. Public Safety Minister and Solicitor General Mike Farnworth has made an order under the Emergency Program Act to provide “immediate relief to our local businesses to ensure they can […]
Western University’s first vice-provost and associate vice-president of Indigenous Initiatives will be an Anishinabe member of Kettle and Stony Point First Nation. A recognized leader in Indigenous education, Dr. Christy R. Bressette, whose Anishinabek name is Neeta-Noo-Kee Kwe (Hard-Working Woman), will begin her five-year term on March 1, 2021. Formerly, Bressette was a national coordinator […]
News Shane Superville 2 Hrs Ago A 31-year-old doubles vendor was shot dead while on the job at the busy Curepe junction on Tuesday night. Police said Jamal Shalto, also known as “Smokey,” was at the Sauce doubles stand along the Southern Main Road, around 7.30 pm when he was shot several times. Passersby took the injured man […]
TORONTO – As a result of the Provincewide Shutdown, on December 26, the Ontario government will cancel all in-vehicle passenger tests across Northern Ontario until January 9 and for all 27 public health unit regions in Southern Ontario until January 23. This action is being taken to stop the spread of COVID-19.
Three police officers in Hamilton, Ont., have knife injuries to the face and head, but are in stable condition, after an incident with a “person in crisis” in the city’s downtown core. Hamilton Paramedic Service has confirmed that four people, including three police officers, were assessed around 3:20 p.m. Tuesday. Const. Krista-Lee Ernst wouldn’t confirm specifics, but […]
London, Ont., area parents and guardians with kids requiring child care will have to make alternate arrangements to start the New Year following the provincial coronavirus shutdown announcement. On Monday, Premier Doug Ford announced a province-wide shutdown will begin on Dec. 26 and last for four weeks in southern areas of the province and two […]
News Darren Bahaw One Minute Ago PROMOTED: Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith presents the letter of promotion to ACP Totaram Dookhie. PHOTO COURTESY TTPS – Police Commissioner Gary Griffith had to halt the planned promotion of 39 sergeants to the rank of inspector after being served with an injunction filed by 29 officers who are […]
Lisa MacLeod, Minister of Heritage, Sport, Tourism and Culture Industries, will make a funding announcement in support of Ontario’s non-profit organizations.
Jonathan Henoche, 33, was killed inside Her Majesty’s Penitentiary in St. John’s in November 2019 while awaiting trial for first-degree murder. (Facebook) Ten correctional officers are facing criminal charges in the death of an Indigenous inmate in St. John’s, including three men charged with manslaughter. Seven more correctional officers are facing charges of criminal negligence causing death […]
Former London city councillor, electrical engineer and entrepreneur Dale Henderson is being remembered for his positive attitude, friendly smile and entrepreneurial spirit. According to an obituary, Henderson died at University Hospital as a result of a stroke on Wednesday, Dec. 16 at the age of 74. Read more: Remembering Bill Boland, award-winning volunteer helped bring […]
News Rhianna Mc Kenzie 17 Minutes Ago Foster Stewart points to his car window, now covered with plastic, after it was broken by a stone that flew from a weed wacker operated by HDC workers on October 22. – Angelo Marcelle A Cocorite man is seeking a reimbursement of $675 for repairs to the back […]
Toronto — The Ontario government is providing new financial supports for individuals, families and small businesses, as they do their part to stop the spread of COVID-19 and protect the province’s health care system during the Provincewide Shutdown. The province is expanding the Support for Learners program to include secondary school students and lowering electricity […]