Month: April 2021

Child battling cancer fulfils dream of meeting Sidney Crosby, gives him beaded medallion

An 11-year-old Winnipeg boy battling cancer recently fulfilled his dream of meeting his hero, NHL player Sidney Crosby, and gave the superstar a beaded medallion to match his own. “Just to see my son’s hockey idol wearing a medallion that matches my son’s medallion that I beaded, it’s something to be very proud of,” said Rachel Green, Dian Green’s […]

Police officers can’t sue Crown prosecutors for how case was conducted, Canada’s top court rules

The Supreme Court of Canada has ended a bid by Toronto police members to sue over the actions of Crown prosecutors that the officers say damaged their reputations. In its 8-1 decision Friday, the high court stressed the importance of prosecutorial independence and objectivity in ensuring the integrity of the justice system. The case began […]

COVID-19: 2 deaths, 76 new cases in London-Middlesex as region’s pandemic death toll hits 200 – London

Jump to: Hospitalizations – Outbreaks – Schools – Vaccinations and Testing – Ontario – Elgin and Oxford – Huron and Perth – Sarnia and Lambton Two people have died and 76 others have tested positive for COVID-19, the Middlesex-London Health Unit reported on Friday, as the region’s death toll hit 200, as more people became […]

MLB fires Roberto Alomar from consultant position amid sexual misconduct allegation

Major League Baseball has fired former Toronto Blue Jays second baseman and Hall of Famer Roberto Alomar from a consultant position amid a sexual misconduct allegation.  Commissioner Robert D. Manfred Jr. announced on Friday that Alomar had been placed on the MLB’s ineligible list, according to a media release from the league.  A statement from the commissioner […]

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