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Michael MacIsaac
Michael MacIsaac and wife Marianne in a photo taken at the time of their engagement. They were married in 2008.
Dec 01, 2016 | Add Comment | Ajax News Advertiser

Inquest will examine Durham police killing of Michael MacIsaac in Ajax

Jacques Gallant

AJAX -- A coroner’s inquest will probe the circumstances surrounding the death of Michael MacIsaac,...

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News | Nov 30, 2016
Opiod drugs media conference

Police leaders warn fentanyl overdose deaths will rise in Ontario

Police leaders in Ontario are warning about a spike in deaths caused by overdoses on pain medication fentanyl. On Wednesday...

Etobicoke Guardian | by Andrew Palamarchuk
News | Nov 27, 2016
OPP

Napanee OPP catch teen travelling 215 km/hr on 401 after tip from community member

On Saturday, Nov. 26, at 9:30 p.m. officers from the Napanee detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) received a...

Kingston Heritage | by Mandy Marciniak
Police | Nov 25, 2016
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Parry Sound OPP officer charged with assault

PARRY SOUND - A Parry Sound OPP officer has been charged with assault causing bodily harm after an SIU investigation.

Parry Sound North Star
Police | Nov 18, 2016
Toronto Police Service

UPDATE: Scarborough government office reopens after suspicious package investigation

Workers at a government office in Scarborough were able to return to their desks Friday afternoon, hours after the building...

Scarborough Mirror
News | Nov 17, 2016
Const. Heather McWilliam

Toronto police officer tells tribunal she was subjected to constant sexual harassment

Heather McWilliam, 33, is at the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario to argue she was sexually harassed by supervising officers...

City Centre Mirror | by Alyshah Hasham
News | Nov 16, 2016
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UPDATE: Trucker accused in fatal Hwy. 400 pile-up back in court Jan. 17

The truck driver accused of causing a deadly pile-up on Hwy. 400 that claimed four lives – including three generations of...

Etobicoke Guardian
Nov 14, 2016

Radio host Mike Bullard charged with criminal harassment

Popular Toronto radio host Mike Bullard has been charged with criminal harassment in connection with the alleged stalking of...

Mississauga News | 5 Comments | by Michele Henry
Nov 01, 2016

College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario strips doctor of licence after child porn, voyeurism allegations

While he may have been acquitted in criminal court of possessing child pornography and voyeurism, those same allegations...

City Centre Mirror | Add Comment | by Jacques Gallant
Oct 19, 2016

Driver flew off trailer ramp like in 'Dukes of Hazzard,' landed upside down

A woman is shaken but uninjured after a single-vehicle collision closed a portion of Scottsdale Drive on Wednesday morning.

Guelph Mercury | 1 Comment
Oct 17, 2016

Bomb squad part of high risk search warrant on Manitoulin

GORE BAY – The bomb squad played an important role in a weekend search warrant on Manitoulin Island where police say they...

North Bay Nipissing News | Add Comment | by Rob Learn
Oct 09, 2016

ON THE ROAD: Tips to ensure trailers are safe towed safely this Thanksgiving

With the Thanksgiving weekend almost over, and with it what is likely the last weekend of nice weather, motorists can expect...

City Centre Mirror | Add Comment | by Fergie Reynolds
Oct 05, 2016

VIDEO: Truck transporting pigs to Burlington slaughterhouse involved in collision

BURLINGTON – A truck carrying livestock was involved in a collision at Appleby Line and Harvest Road in Burlington Wednesday...

Burlington Post | 4 Comments
Oct 04, 2016

Man purporting to be car-sharing driver sexually assaults passenger in Etobicoke

Toronto police have released a sexual assault alert following an alleged attack perpetrated by a man purporting to be a...

Etobicoke Guardian | Add Comment
Oct 03, 2016

UPDATE: Raymond Hubbard, jailed after guilty plea to Internet child luring, no longer employed as a teacher

DURHAM -- An elementary school teacher charged earlier this year with luring a child is no longer employed by the Durham...

Ajax News Advertiser | Add Comment | by Jeff Mitchell
Oct 01, 2016

First World War mortar shell closes down East York fire station while Toronto police investigate

What appears to be a First World War mortar shell has been turned into Fire Station 321 at McRae and Laird Drive at 1:27...

East York Mirror | Add Comment
Sep 26, 2016

UPDATED: Worker, 37, in critical condition after being covered in hot tar on Danforth

A 37-year-old man who got covered in hot tar in an industrial accident Monday morning is in critical condition. Emergency...

York Guardian | Add Comment

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