Windsor man charged with fleeing the scene of serious crash

Windsor man charged with fleeing the scene of serious crash

A 20-year-old Windsor man is facing charges after a serious crash in Windsor Thursday night. Patrol officers were dispatched to the intersection of George Avenue at Reginald Street at around 8:05 p.m. for a report of a motor vehicle collision between a silver Cadillac and white Chrysler sedan. While enroute, information was provided to officers that a man driving the Cadillac had fled the […]

Ontario’s third quarter finances show $1 billion reduction in deficit

Ontario’s third quarter finances show $1 billion reduction in deficit

Vic Fedeli, Minister of Finance, was joined by Peter Bethlenfalvy, President of the Treasury Board yesterday, to provide an update on the province’s finances. The government released the Ontario 2018-2019 Third Quarter Finances which, according to government officials, reveal a $1 billion reduction in the Province’s deficit, largely driven by increased economic activity from consumers and businesses. […]

Bakery products recalled after mice infestation at manufacturing plant

Bakery products recalled after mice infestation at manufacturing plant

Industry has recalled Betty brand and Nancy’s Fancy Yummy-in-the-Tummy brand bakery products from the marketplace due to possible contamination from mice infestation. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says these products may contain harmful bacteria. Consumers should not consume the recalled products described below. Brand Name Common Name Size Code(s) on Product UPC Betty “Pain-Oat” 570 […]

Teen dies in Lakeshore crash

Teen dies in Lakeshore crash

Provincial police say an 18-year-old teen who was injured in a serious crash in Lakeshore early Tuesday morning has died. OPP say Steven Aubin was transported to hospital early Tuesday morning in serious condition after his vehicle entered a culvert on Myers Road south of Essex County Road 42.  

Sarnia man facing child pornography charges

Sarnia man facing child pornography charges

A 41-year-old Sarnia man is facing child pornography charges stemming from an investigation that started last year in November. An on-line investigation from November 4th, by a member of the Ontario Provincial Police Child Exploitation Unit, discovered that an IP address was involved in the exchange of suspected child pornography data. The investigation determined that […]

Teen suffers life-threatening injuries in Lakeshore crash

Teen suffers life-threatening injuries in Lakeshore crash

An 18-year-old teen suffered life-threatening injuries after a vehicle crashed into a culvert in Lakeshore early Tuesday morning. An Ontario Provincial Police patrol officer found a vehicle in a culvert on Myers Road, south of Essex County Road 42 at around 2 a.m. OPP say the vehicle was severely damaged and the lone occupant, an […]

Online health and safety training available for Ontario businesses

Online health and safety training available for Ontario businesses

Ontario’s government is making online health and safety training available for businesses. Government officials say 50,000 Ontario workplaces no longer need to send workers for a five-day classroom course. These changes are expected to save Ontario businesses and other organizations an estimated $5 million per year. The changes include:  promoting flexibility by allowing training to […]

OPP investigating death in Lakeshore

OPP investigating death in Lakeshore

UPDATE: OPP say the investigation is now complete and the woman’s death has been deemed non-suspicious.    ——– Ontario Provincial Police are investigating after a 63-year-old woman was found dead outside of her home in Lakeshore Monday evening. The Ontario Provincial Police and Essex Windsor Emergency Medical Services attended a Regina Drive Lakeshore residence at around […]

Ontario introducing new technology at truck inspection stations

Ontario introducing new technology at truck inspection stations

Yesterday Jeff Yurek, Minister of Transportation announced new technology at Ontario truck inspection stations that will reduce delays, promote on time delivery of goods and improve road safety.  Government officials say pre-clearance technology quickly identifies high-risk trucks as they approach a truck inspection station and provides an alert to Ministry of Transportation enforcement officers to […]

Ontario assisting municipalities with the cost of legalizing cannabis

Ontario assisting municipalities with the cost of legalizing cannabis

Ontario’s Government is assisting municipalities with the cost of legalizing cannabis and combatting the illegal market by providing a second payment of $15 million by the end of February to help safeguard communities. “The deadline for municipalities to opt out of having cannabis retail stores within their boundaries has now passed,” said Vic Fedeli, Minister […]