Lakeshore man arrested for robbery

Lakeshore man arrested for robbery

  On December 22nd, police attended a parking lot near Albert Street, Wallaceburg in response to a robbery complaint. According to police, a woman had been assaulted and a quantity of cash was stolen during the incident. As a result, police arrested a 38-year-old Lakeshore man for robbery. He has been held in custody while […]

Man arrested on outstanding robbery-related warrant                                                         

Man arrested on outstanding robbery-related warrant                                                          

  On December 19th, police investigated a robbery which had occurred on Queen Street North, Tilbury. As a result of that investigation multiple suspects were identified and warrants for arrest were subsequently issued.  On December 22nd, a 31-year-old Tilbury man attended the police station and was arrested with respects to the outstanding robbery-related warrant. The […]

24-year-old Chatham man arrested on outstanding warrants

24-year-old Chatham man arrested on outstanding warrants

On December 22nd police attended to a business on Richmond Street, Chatham.  Upon arrival, a 24-year-old Chatham man was located and arrested with respects to violation of release conditions and a recent revoking of surety. The man was transported to police station and is held in custody while waiting for a bail hearing,

Man charged after tractor-trailer lost its load on Highway 401

Man charged after tractor-trailer lost its load on Highway 401

Yesterday, around 10:50 a.m, a vector trailer lost its load of scrap automobile engines on Highway 401 near Windsor. The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) has charged a man with making an Unsafe Lane Change. No one was injured in the crash. All three westbound lanes were blocked and westbound lanes were closed at Highway 3 […]

$460-million settlement for victims of Lac Megantic disaster fully funded

$460-million settlement for victims of Lac Megantic disaster fully funded

The Canadian Press   MONTREAL – Officials responsible for bankruptcy proceedings related to the Lac-Megantic rail disaster say a $460-million settlement is fully funded and that cheques for the families of victims should start flowing in the new year. About $114 million will be transferred this week to a trust for the holders of wrongful […]

One big doggy bag: Alberta couple’s lottery luck due to misbehaving pets

One big doggy bag: Alberta couple’s lottery luck due to misbehaving pets

The Canadian Press   ST. ALBERT, Alta. – A southern Alberta couple are $14.5 million richer thanks to two mischievous dogs. Christian and Monique Etienne of Airdrie purchased the winning ticket for the Lotto 6-49 draw on Dec. 12 while getting supplies to clean up after their rescue animals. Chancey the golden lab and Kira, […]

Former MP Julian Fantino’s case resumes in court for assault charges

Former MP Julian Fantino’s case resumes in court for assault charges

The Canadian Press   TORONTO – The case against former MP Julian Fantino is set to resume in court Wednesday where he faces privately laid assault charges stemming from an incident that allegedly occurred more than 40 years ago while he was a police officer. Fantino’s lawyer Mark Sandler has said previously that his client […]

Text of PM Justin Trudeau’s Christmas message to Canadians

Text of PM Justin Trudeau’s Christmas message to Canadians

The Canadian Press   Here is the text of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Christmas message to Canadians: My friends, This is a time to give thanks for loved ones, and look back on the past year. We come together – in places of worship, around the table, or under the tree – to celebrate the […]