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An evening picnic in the twin island republic of Trinidad and Tobago quickly turned tragic after Elissa Anotonio fell 40 feet off a cliff.
On Monday, Premier Kathleen Wynne agreed with Black Lives Matter Protestors who said there is “anti-black racism” in Ontario society. That comment angered Toronto police union head, Mike McCormack who said there’s no way that statement does not suggest there is anti-black racism in the Toronto Police Service. However, Wynne dismissed McCormack response as a misinterpretation Read More
Mourners have until 9:30 this evening to pay their last respects to former Toronto Mayor Rob Ford. Councillor Ford’s body has been lying in repose at city hall since Monday. The funeral service for the 46-year-old councillor will be held at St. James Cathedral starting at noon. The burial will not be Read More
Marco Muzzo, the drunk driver convicted of killing three children and their grandfather, has been sentenced to 10 years in prison. The 29-year-old has also been given a 12-year driving ban, which will take effect once he is released from custody. Muzzo pleaded guilty to four counts of impaired driving causing death Read More
Commuters in Brampton using the Presto system are now paying more per trip. Brampton Transit says the fare hike affects only adults and seniors using Presto and not those paying by cash. The transit company says GO Transit fare integration will also increase by five cents, up from 75 to 80 cents. For adults, the cost Read More
Members of the public who are of African and Caribbean communities are being urged to become more active in giving blood and other similar medical activities. G987s Charlene McCallum has the details.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has committed some $150 million to two new clean technology funds, in an effort to stimulate faster industry growth. Trudeau says the Federation of Canadian Municipalities will get $75 million from Infrastructure Canada for climate change initiatives in communities. The federal government is also spending more than $50 million to improve Read More