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OPP identify second suspect in incident in Oneida

Police have identified a man suspected of using a vehicle as a weapon against an officer while fleeing from a scene.

Through an investigation conducted by the Oneida Nation of the Thames First Nation police and Middlesex County OPP, police believe two suspects showed up at a residence on Townline Road in Oneida Nation of the Thames southwest of London on Thursday afternoon. 190 more words

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Motorcyclist dies at ICAR circuit in Mirabel

A 30-year-old man died after apparently losing control of his motorcycle at an event at the ICAR circuit in Mirabel on Sunday morning.

He was declared dead at the Hôpital du Sacré-Coeur. 66 more words

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Rally in Ottawa targets rollback of Ontario sex-education curriculum

Young and old, queer and straight, they gathered under the shade of trees at Ottawa’s human-rights monument to rally loudly against the new Ontario government’s rollback on the province’s modernized sex-education curriculum. 559 more words

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Tories zap 200+ Southwestern Ontario green energy contracts

More than 200 Southwestern Ontario projects, including one of the most controversial wind farms in Ontario, are among the death toll of the new Tory government’s mass cancellation of contracts with renewable energy producers. 1,349 more words

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Canadian Gladiator: More than any other NHL goalie, Ray Emery loves a fight

NOTE: The following profile of Ray Emery was published on Jan. 20, 2008.

Regardless of how Ray Emery’s career ends with the Ottawa Senators — whether he backstops a Stanley Cup win or gets run out of town on a trade rail — the image replayed to mark his departure will be drawn from a game with the Buffalo Sabres. 2,403 more words

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Man Found Shot to Death in Carmichael Apartment Complex

CARMICHAEL — A homicide investigation was launched Sunday afternoon after a person was shot and killed at an apartment complex in Carmichael.

Shaun Hampton with the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department reports a call came in around 1 p.m. 88 more words

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Heat warnings issued for Edmonton, much of Alberta

Heat warnings have been issued for much of the southeastern portion of the province.

Maximum daily temperatures near 29C or above and overnight temperatures near 14C or above are expected Monday and Tuesday, Environment Canada said in a notice issued issued Sunday afternoon. 149 more words

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