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Temperatures to plunge this weekend, but there will be plenty of sunshine – Kelowna News

Temperatures to plunge this weekend, but there will be plenty of sunshine – Kelowna News

Cold and sunny weekend Cindy White Pull the toque and mitts out of storage. You’re going to need them this weekend, and probably your sunglasses as well. “We are looking at a pretty big shift in the weather pattern beginning this weekend. Really coming in sort of late Friday, early Saturday and then into next …

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Toronto artist with autism speaks out after Granite Club ruled he was supervised at all times

Toronto artist with autism speaks out after Granite Club ruled he was supervised at all times

The family of a prominent Toronto artist with autism is speaking out after one of the city’s oldest private clubs demanded he be supervised at all times while using the facilities – a decision that prompted the artist to file a complaint with the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario. The Granite Club, a private athletics …

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High-ranking Toronto cop faces new misconduct charge after pleading guilty to impaired driving

High-ranking Toronto cop faces new misconduct charge after pleading guilty to impaired driving

A high-ranking Toronto police officer is facing a new professional misconduct charge after pleading guilty to impaired driving in connection with a January 2022 crash in Pickering. The new charge against Supt. Riyaz Hussein was in newly released police disciplinary tribunal documents. Hussein, who was the head of Toronto police’s disciplinary hearings office, appeared before …

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Emmanuel Gendron-Tardif: Son, 28, charged with second-degree murder in mother’s death

Emmanuel Gendron-Tardif: Son, 28, charged with second-degree murder in mother’s death

A 28-year-old son has been charged with second-degree murder in the death of his mother Wednesday morning in Montreal’s Centre-Sud neighbourhood. The Crown Prosecutor’s office confirmed the accused, Emmanuel Gendron-Tardif, appeared in court Thursday morning to be formally charged in the killing of the victim, a 61-year-old woman whose death marked the city’s first homicide …

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Ontario man arrested for alleged airline ticket scam worth 0k

Ontario man arrested for alleged airline ticket scam worth $500k

A Vaughan, Ont. man has been charged, and a warrant has been issued for a Brampton woman, after two people allegedly sold $500,000 worth of fraudulently issued plane tickets. According to Peel police, between June and December 2021, two suspects allegedly misrepresented themselves as employees of travel agencies based out of the United Kingdom to …

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Driver killed in head-on crash on Highway 97’s Drought Hill – West Kelowna News

Driver killed in head-on crash on Highway 97’s Drought Hill – West Kelowna News

Fatal crash on Highway 97 Photo: Sally McIntyre The driver of a Toyota Corolla was killed Wednesday evening following a crash on Highway 97 in Peachland. The portion of the highway was closed for more than eight hours while the police investigated the scene. According to police, the Toyota was northbound when the vehicle crossed …

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Toronto public transport to get more police as random attacks hit ‘crisis level’ |  Canada

Toronto public transport to get more police as random attacks hit ‘crisis level’ | Canada

Toronto police has announced plans to deploy more officers to the city’s public transport system as a transit workers’ union warned that a series of random attacks on passengers had brought Canada’s largest city to “crisis point”. The city’s police chief, Myron Demkiw, said on Thursday that 80 officers would be immediately dispatched to subways …

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