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Middlesex OPP lay 137 speeding charges during weekend traffic enforcement blitz on 401, 402

Nearly 140 driving-related charges were handed out to motorists over the weekend during traffic enforcement blitzes on Hwy. 401 and 402, Middlesex OPP said Monday. 214 more words

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SIU Ignores Important Questions in Terminating Investigation into Police Involved Death

Is it possible that police harassment or intimidation could lead someone to kill themselves? Is it possible that police might communicate to a vulnerable suspect in such a way that the person might then take their own life? 257 more words

Canada

UPDATED: Two dead after vehicle crashes, causes explosion in Leamington

LEAMINGTON — Joe Young slowly rolled up in his black pickup truck early Sunday afternoon and just stopped and stared at the three large concrete stones around the base of a 50-foot cylinder of liquefied carbon dioxide. 673 more words

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Driver of pickup truck critically injured in Hwy. 401 crash in Whitby

A driver of a pickup truck is in critical condition after his vehicle slammed into the back of a transport truck on Hwy. 401 eastbound in Whitby late Friday night. 176 more words

Crime

POLICE TAKING AIM AT Pocket Dials and Unintentional 9-1-1 Calls Mandatory Response Impacts Public Safety

Primrose, ON (OPP – Dufferin Detachment) Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) has received more than 142,130 9-1-1 calls from January 1 to June 30, 2017 and  632 more words

Security - Public Safety

Apartment fire closes core intersection in Leamington

Firefighters rescued one person from an apartment fire that shut down the heart of Leamington on Friday morning.

Emergency responders were called to the 100 block of Erie Street North around 7 a.m. 170 more words

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Orangeville man dies in crash involving dump truck, 5 vehicles

Ontario Provincial Police say a 37-year-old Orangeville man has died after a multi-vehicle crash Thursday afternoon.

Police said emergency crews were called to Highway 10 and County Road 109 in Caledon at 4:50 p.m. 89 more words

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