FEDERAL INMATE WANTED Elliott Sullivan TORONTO KINGSTON April 27, 2017

FEDERAL INMATE WANTED Elliott Sullivan TORONTO KINGSTON April 27, 2017

(TORONTO, ON) – The Ontario Provincial Police Repeat Offender Parole Enforcement (ROPE) Squad is requesting the public’s assistance in locating a Federal Offender wanted on a Canada Wide Warrant as a result of his breach of Parole. This offender is serving a 4-year sentence for Weapons Trafficking, Aggravated Assault, Break and Enter, Uttering Death Threats, […]

Queen’s Park Introduces Rent Control Reform & Eviction Protection APRIL 24, 2017

Queen’s Park Introduces Rent Control Reform & Eviction Protection APRIL 24, 2017

Legislation Includes Rent Control Reform, Eviction Protections to Keep Rentals Affordable Ontario has introduced new legislation that would, if passed, help keep rental housing costs predictable and affordable while strengthening protections for tenants across Ontario. The Rental Fairness Act, 2017, would address rising rental costs faced by people in Ontario by expanding rent control to […]

Toronto Police Charge 6 in Marijuana Dispensary Robbers APRIL 19, 2017

Toronto Police Charge 6 in Marijuana Dispensary Robbers APRIL 19, 2017

Six arrests in four marijuana dispensary robberies, One person outstanding Wednesday, April 19, 2017 – 9:22 AM Hold Up 416-808-7350 The Toronto Police Service would like to make the public aware of six arrests in a series of robberies at marijuana dispensaries. It is alleged that: – between Friday, March 17, 2017, and Friday, April […]

Leafs & Sens Win – Nashville 2-0 vs Chicago GAME 2 Thoughts by Jamie Gilcig APRIL 16, 2017

Leafs & Sens Win – Nashville 2-0 vs Chicago  GAME 2 Thoughts by Jamie Gilcig APRIL 16, 2017

Cornwall Ontario – The Habs evened their series Friday night.   This year there seems to be more desperation across the board to win with multiple games of 100 total hits.  It’s good hockey; sometimes great.  Shea Weber, even though he took a lame fighting penalty, was the monster for Montreal.  Just the beating alone […]

Rough Start for Canadian Teams in NHL Play Offs by Jamie Gilcig APRIL 14, 2017

Rough Start for Canadian Teams in NHL Play Offs by Jamie Gilcig APRIL 14, 2017

Cornwall Ontario –  It was great to see five Canadian teams make the playoffs this season after Canada was blanked last year. Sadly all five lost their opening games; some tragically, some, well hockey is a game of funny bounces and for the Leafs Friday night the puck didn’t bounce their way. The upstart Leafs […]

Sleep Country Canada Pleads Guilty Fined $60K After Driver Injured APRIL 6, 2017

Sleep Country Canada Pleads Guilty Fined $60K After Driver Injured APRIL 6, 2017

Court Bulletin Sleep Country Canada Fined $60,000 After Delivery Worker Injured In Traffic April 6, 2017 TORONTO, ONTARIO – Mattress retailer Sleep Country Canada Inc. pleaded guilty and has been fined $60,000 after a worker was critically injured in traffic while completing a delivery in north Toronto. On January 21, 2016, a worker employed by […]

Millennial Survival in Toronto by E.V. Hutcheon – Are we Dating, FWB or Just Friends?

Millennial Survival in Toronto by E.V. Hutcheon – Are we Dating, FWB or Just Friends?

TORONTO ONTARIO – There are around 1 billion men, women and children coexisting together on the planet Earth currently; at least 50% of the population today are hooking up with one another. Men and women are all dancing around secretly each other hoping to find their Mrs. or Mr. Right. We have even come up […]

NDP Leader Andrea Horwath Presses Wynne on OUTRAGEOUS Hydro One Salaries APRIL 4, 2017

NDP Leader Andrea Horwath Presses Wynne on OUTRAGEOUS Hydro One Salaries APRIL 4, 2017

  TORONTO ONTARIO – Ontario NDP Leader Andrea Horwath didn’t let Premier Kathleen Wynne off the hook during the first question period following the release of the sunshine list, pressing Wynne for allowing an untold number of million-dollar salaries to be paid out to Hydro One executives while forcing Ontarians, buckling under skyrocketing hydro bills, to […]

LTE Jack White of Toronto on Illegal Alien Perks in Canada APRIL 2, 2017

LTE Jack White of Toronto on Illegal Alien Perks in Canada APRIL 2, 2017

Dear Editor, When a Canadian crosses into Canada without reporting to Canada Customs, the next time they pass through a customs checkpoint,  the have their vehicle confiscated.  When a Canadian carries a person into Canada without first checking with Canada Customs, the are arrested and charged with human smuggling. However, when an illegal immigrant smuggles […]

Toronto Police RAID Marijuana Dispensary @ 461 Church MARCH 30, 2017

Toronto Police RAID Marijuana Dispensary @ 461 Church  MARCH 30, 2017

Marijuana dispensary search warrant executed, Village Dispensary, formerly Cannabis Culture, 461 Church Street The Toronto Police Service would like to make the public aware of a search warrant executed and arrests in a Controlled Drugs and Substances Act Investigation. On Tuesday, March 28, 2017, at approximately 6 p.m., a Controlled Drugs and Substances Act search […]

Toronto Police Raid Cannabis Culture 801 Queen W Location MARCH 30, 2017

Toronto Police Raid Cannabis Culture 801 Queen W Location MARCH 30, 2017

Toronto ONTARIO – Marijuana dispensary search warrant executed, Open Dispensary, 801 Queen Street West The Toronto Police Service would like to make the public aware of four arrests in a Controlled Drugs and Substances Act investigation. On Tuesday, March 28, 2017, at approximately 8:20 p.m., officers executed a search warrant at the Open Dispensary at […]

War Amps Pay Tribute for 100th Anniversary of Vimy Ridge MARCH 30, 2017

War Amps Pay Tribute for 100th Anniversary of Vimy Ridge MARCH 30, 2017

AMPUTEES FIND MODERN-DAY INSPIRATION FROM VIMY BATTLE SURVIVORS – The Battle of Vimy Ridge may have been 100 years ago, but it continues to have modern-day lessons for amputees. Rob Larman is a left leg amputee and directs The War Amps PLAYSAFE Program, while Tiffany Ross, 10, was born a left arm amputee and is a […]

Toronto Police Charge DING ZHEN With Assaulting Parking Officer MARCH 27, 2017

Man, 42, charged with assaulting Parking Enforcement Officer, Warden Avenue and Ellesmere Road area The Toronto Police Service would like to inform the public of an arrest in an Assault Peace Officer investigation. On Sunday, March 26, 2017, at 3:12 p.m., a man was arrested for assaulting a Parking Enforcement Officer in the Warden Avenue […]

Toronto Police Issue Federal Warrant for RYAN HAMELIN March 27, 2017

Toronto Police Issue Federal Warrant for RYAN HAMELIN March 27, 2017

(Toronto, ON) – The Repeat Offender Parole Enforcement (R.O.P.E.) Squad is requesting the public’s assistance in locating a federal offender wanted on a Canada Wide Warrant for breach of his Long Term Supervision Order.   HAMELIN is serving a 1 month and 29 Day sentence for Criminal Harrassment.   HAMELIN is described as a 36 […]

Lawrence Greenspon to Defend CFN vs UCDSB Over Swastikas in CCVS by Jamie Gilcig MARCH 26, 2017

Lawrence Greenspon to Defend CFN vs UCDSB Over Swastikas in CCVS by Jamie Gilcig MARCH 26, 2017

Cornwall Ontario – What should happen when Swastikas or other Hate Graffiti are discovered in a school washroom? If you’re York University, or a high school in Brockville Ontario, or this high school in the US, perhaps a letter like this outlines the appropriate actions? Dear Students, Parents and Guardians, I want to share with […]

Brockville School Calls in Police Over Swastikas While UCDSB Threatens This Outlet Over CCVS Story MARCH 20, 2017

Brockville School Calls in Police Over Swastikas While UCDSB Threatens This Outlet Over CCVS Story MARCH 20, 2017

Cornwall ONTARIO –  What a bewildering community I live in.   After covering Swastikas being left in a school washroom for nearly a month after repeatedly being informed about them this writer covered the issue; which led to thousands of tax dollars being spent by the Upper Canada District School Board essentially trying to muzzle […]

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