HERE3:5

CJOB Archives - NewsWinnipeg.Net

Leopard kills monk in India as he meditated under a tree: reports
globalnews.ca

Monks had been warned about wild animals in the forest.

9
Like
Save
If British PM Theresa May is overthrown — what does this mean for Brexit?
globalnews.ca

Less than four months before the United Kingdom is due to leave the European Union on March 29, May is facing a vote of confidence on her leadership.

2
Like
Save
Shorthanded Guelph Storm lose in Owen Sound
globalnews.ca

The Guelph Storm were without six regular players in their 3-2 loss to the Owen Sound Attack on Tuesday night.

10
Like
Save
Chez Doris’ holiday meal offers bright relief for disadvantaged women
globalnews.ca

Chez Doris’ holiday party has been a tradition for 40 years. Its number of clients has exploded, however, with the influx of asylum-seekers.

10
Like
Save
Singer-songwriter Jason Mraz surprises teen awaiting double-lung transplant
globalnews.ca

Jason Mraz stopped by the St. Louis Children’s Hospital in Missouri to help cheer up a young patient fighting for her life.

4
Like
Save
Marijuana at a holiday party? Legalization puts spotlight on changing social norms
globalnews.ca

Experts say now that pot is legal in Canada, the holiday party circuit is ground zero for a shifting cannabis culture.

5
Like
Save
Regiopolis hold and secure all clear, unrelated to previous lockdowns, say police
globalnews.ca

The high school was briefly put under hold and secure on Wednesday, but police say this was a precautionary measure to deal with an incident unrelated to last week’s lockdowns.

10
Like
Save
N.S. RCMP officer arrested for alleged domestic assault
globalnews.ca

The officer, who was not named, was later arrested, and the RCMP referred the case the independent team.

6
Like
Save
Via Rail places $989M train order with Siemens over Bombardier for key rail corridor
globalnews.ca

Via Rail has selected Germany’s Siemens over Bombardier Inc. for a $989-million contract.

10
Like
Save
13 recommendations made for improvements at intersection of Humboldt Broncos bus crash
globalnews.ca

The intersection of highways 35 and 335 was the site of the tragic Humboldt Broncos bus crash that left 16 people dead and injured 13 others.

5
Like
Save
Drug trafficking charges for man who tried to evade Saskatoon police
globalnews.ca

Saskatoon police said several items thrown out a window as a vehicle turned onto Circle Drive, turned out to be 85 grams of meth.

7
Like
Save
Montreal West parents worry about room at Edinburgh Elementary for local kids
globalnews.ca

Last year, Edinburgh Elementary rejected 47 new families–some in favour of unzoned students. 

7
Like
Save
No update from China on arrest of Canadian Michael Kovrig, says NGO that employs him
globalnews.ca

Kovrig’s detention came after police in Canada arrested the chief financial officer of China’s Huawei Technologies Co Ltd on Dec. 1 at the request of U.S. authorities.

4
Like
Save
Nancy Pelosi questioned Trump’s manhood in private remarks to Democrats
globalnews.ca

“You get into a tickle contest with a skunk, you get tinkle all over you,” Pelosi said after Tuesday’s meeting with Trump, according to an aide.

8
Like
Save
Ellis scores go-ahead goal as Nashville Predators beat Ottawa Senators 3-1
globalnews.ca

Ryan Ellis scored the game-winning goal an Pekka Rinne made 25 saves and the Nashville Predators defeated the Ottawa Senators 3-1 on Tuesday night.

8
Like
Save
Strong start propels Winnipeg Jets past Chicago Blackhawks with 6-3 victory
globalnews.ca

The Winnipeg Jets raced out to an early four-goal lead and held on, handing the Chicago Blackhawks their eighth straight loss.

5
Like
Save
Edmonton Oilers sink Avs for fourth-straight win
globalnews.ca

Ryan Nugent-Hopkins scored twice as the Edmonton Oilers won their fourth game in a row on Tuesday night.

8
Like
Save
Campaign flyers from 2017 B.C. election amount to hate speech: former candidate
globalnews.ca

“My Twitter and my Facebook and my email are regularly filled with people who very, very calmly and clearly give hateful commentary.”

6
Like
Save
Students at Edmonton school get into Christmas spirit by making lunches for city’s homeless
globalnews.ca

Even as the school term winds down ahead of Christmas, students at St. Bernadette School in Edmonton’s Beverly neighbourhood were beyond busy on Tuesday.

7
Like
Save
Top 2017 baby names in Kitchener, Cambridge, Waterloo released
globalnews.ca

Across southwestern Ontario, the top boy’s name was Benjamin while the top girl’s name was Olivia.

3
Like
Save
Enbridge announces $1.8B in pipeline spending; raises dividend 10%
globalnews.ca

Enbridge has announced $1.8 billion in new investments on pipeline and terminal assets in northern Alberta, stake in a new pipeline in Texas, and spending on four natural gas projects in the United States.

3
Like
Save
Canadians are having less sex, but we’re still finding pleasure on our own
globalnews.ca

Experts say all Canadians — not just millennials — are opting more for solo sex.

3
Like
Save
Police name driver and victim in fatal crash near Aylmer
globalnews.ca

A 25-year-old man is dead, and a 24-year-old driver is facing charges, after a fatal crash near Aylmer.

4
Like
Save
British MP causes uproar after grabbing ceremonial mace in Brexit protest
globalnews.ca

The Brexit strife continues after a British MP was expelled from Parliament for walking off with the chamber’s ceremonial mace in protest of the impending vote.

9
Like
Save
Guelph stabbing victim upgraded to stable condition
globalnews.ca

Guelph police say investigators believe the 24-year-old man was targeted and it was not a random attack.

10
Like
Save
Two surveys predict Metro Vancouver housing prices won’t face a big drop in 2019
globalnews.ca

Rising interest rates will be a key factor affecting housing affordability in 2019, RE/MAX says.

8
Like
Save
Man charged in connection with thefts from vehicles in Bradford
globalnews.ca

According to South Simcoe police, on Nov. 29, officers received a report of a theft from a vehicle in the Professor Day Drive and Northgate Drive area.

10
Like
Save
Kirkland man accused of attempted murder has court hearing delayed
globalnews.ca

In November, the man was charged with two counts of attempted murder against his children.

8
Like
Save
Father charged with impaired driving after allegedly travelling 180 km/h on GTA highway
globalnews.ca

OPP Sgt. Kerry Schmidt said officers administered a breathalyzer test to the 35-year-old man, who allegedly registered more than three times above the legal limit of alcohol.

7
Like
Save
Veterans affairs minister announces better care for returning military members
globalnews.ca

The Canadian military is overhauling its unit for injured soldiers, including those suffering from psychological trauma, and has promised better care for personnel as they leave the armed forces.

9
Like
Save
Kingston police work with international law enforcement after school lockdowns
globalnews.ca

More information has been released about threats made to Kingston-area high schools, forcing them into lock down.

8
Like
Save
Repair Cafe Kingston breathes new life into broken household items
globalnews.ca

Repair Cafe Kingston fixes broken household items and reduces the number of products going to landfill.

2
Like
Save
Driver collides with tree in Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory, takes down hydro line
globalnews.ca

An elderly woman is in hospital after police say she rolled her car into a ditch.

2
Like
Save
Donald Trump’s legal woes have Republicans worried about his re-election chances
globalnews.ca

President Donald Trump’s intensifying legal troubles are unnerving some of his fellow Republicans.

2
Like
Save
Crown wraps up case against suspect in shooting of Calgary Stampeders player
globalnews.ca

The prosecution has wrapped up its case against the man accused of fatally shooting a member of the Calgary Stampeders two years ago.

4
Like
Save
Parents voice concerns over relocation of students at Westmount Park School
globalnews.ca

Westmount Park School could be undergoing a major renovation, meaning students would be temporarily transferred to either Marymount Academy or St John Bosco.

9
Like
Save
Male shooting victim rushed to Toronto hospital after walking into east-end police station
globalnews.ca

Police said officers received reports of the sounds of gunshots at a residential property on Gilder Drive, east of Midland Avenue, seven minutes after the victim walked into 41 Division.

2
Like
Save
Bill Kelly: The truth about political polls
globalnews.ca

Political polling is not an exact science and results should be taken with a grain of salt, Bill Kelly says.

10
Like
Save