Two dead after vehicle falls into Lake Erie

Two dead after vehicle falls into Lake Erie

Two people have died after a vehicle fell into Lake Erie Tuesday morning. Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), Essex-Windsor Emergency Medical Services (EMS), Essex Fire and Rescue Service, Kingsville Fire Department and a United States Coast Guard helicopter responded to a vehicle in the water at the Colchester Harbour at around 9:30 a.m. OPP say the […]

Ontario sells former London psychiatric hospital

Ontario sells former London psychiatric hospital

Today, Ontario’s Government announced the sale of the former London Psychiatric Hospital to Old Oak Properties for $17 million. “Our government is delivering on our commitment to implement a more efficient and responsible process for selling buildings and property no longer needed to deliver government programs,” said Bill Walker, Minister of Government and Consumer Services. […]

Almost $300,000 worth of drugs seized in London

Almost $300,000 worth of drugs seized in London

In the largest fentanyl seizure to date in London, Guns and Drugs officers seized $295,600 of powdered fentanyl, along with two Naloxone kits, cocaine and cash after a search warrant was executed at a residence on Castlegrove Boulevard last night. On January 2nd, at approximately 8 p.m., in the area of Oxford Street East and Adelaide […]

Fatal crash in Windsor

Fatal crash in Windsor

Windsor police are investigating a fatal crash that occurred Tuesday night at the intersection of Walker Road at Grand Marais Road East. Officers arrived at around 8 p.m. and determined the collision involved a grey Chevrolet Cavalier and a black Chevrolet Trax. One of the drivers, an adult male, was found unconscious and transported to […]

Learn how to reduce the risk of barn fires

Learn how to reduce the risk of barn fires

Ontario’s Government unveiled valuable resources to help farmers reduce the risk of barn fires this winter, the time when most barn fires occur. “As a former volunteer firefighter who has witnessed the devastation caused by barn fires, I am always saddened to hear when we face these kinds of losses on our farms,” said Ernie […]

OPP investigate Leamington assault

OPP investigate Leamington assault

The Ontario Provincial Police are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying suspects involved in an assault that occurred on December 3rd in Leamington. Police say a man exited his Julien Avenue residence at around 6 p.m. and found two men standing next to his car in the driveway. The victim asked what the men wanted […]

Ontario names Clifford Bull Special Advisor on Indigenous Affairs

Ontario names Clifford Bull Special Advisor on Indigenous Affairs

Ontario’s Government for the People has appointed Clifford Bull to the newly created role of Special Advisor on Indigenous Affairs. Clifford Bull, the former Chief of Lac Seul First Nation, will advise Minister of Indigenous Affairs Greg Rickford on economic and social and jurisdictional issues affecting Indigenous communities. He will also serve as a liaison […]

Ontario freezing tourism sign program rates for the next year

Ontario freezing tourism sign program rates for the next year

Ontario’s Government announced that the rates for the Tourism-Oriented Directional Signing Program (TODS) have been frozen for 2019. In April 2018, the previous government signed a contract with Canadian TODS Limited towards the end of their administration. The people of Ontario have expressed their concerns about this contract, and the significant fee increases being placed […]

OPP investigating fatal crash in Middlesex Centre

OPP investigating fatal crash in Middlesex Centre

Middlesex County OPP are investigating a fatal crash that occurred in Middlesex Centre Wednesday morning. Members of the Middlesex Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), Middlesex County Emergency Medical Services (EMS), and Southwold Fire Department responded to a single motor vehicle collision on Southminister Bourne at around 8 a.m. Police say the collision, reported to have occurred […]

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