Wellington OPP continue their search for 15 year old Bryce Douglas Hogg today, who went missing
after he and two friends went tubing in the Elora Gorge Wednesday night. Police and the
Grand River Conservation Authority are reminding everyone that thereis no tubing in the
Elora Gorge today, or until the water recedes to safe levels. The OPP is assisted by th
Air Services Unit, Underwater Search and Recovery Unit, the Canine and Emergency Response Teams,
along with Centre Wellington Fire and Rescue and the GRCA.
City police continue to investigate the sudden death of a woman, but say it doesn’t appear suspicious.
She was discovered by her husband late Wednesday afternoon at home at Watson Road north.
Police say an autopsy was conducted in hamilton.
One man faces impaired driving charges after an SUV crashed into the backyard of a home on Starwood Drive.
Just after midnight, the SUV hit a fire hydrant, followed by a canada post mailbox, then a wooded fence, and
finally stopped in the backyard, just before an inground pool.
A 30-year old Acton man was arrested for impaired, over 80 and dangerous driving. His 27-year old
passenger was taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
Police put total damage in the crash at 20-thousand dollars.
No injuries reported following a two-vehicle collision last night at Eramosa Road and Speedvale Avenue.
It happened around 7:20, when a Jeep and SUV collided.
Damage is pegged 9-thousand dollars, and police say they are investigating.
A home on King Edward place was broken into sometime last evening.
Police say the resident was out for the night, and got home to discover the break-in.
The Ministry of Education says two complaints filed against an
unlicensed daycare where a toddler died on Monday were not properly
The two-year-old Toronto child was found dead at the home daycare
in Vaughan and it was ordered closed the next day.
The ministry says one complaint filed in November 2012 was
followed by a site visit and an order to comply with daycare
But two other complaints last October and December were not
followed by a site visit as required within five business days.
Education Minister Liz Sandals says this is ”clearly
unacceptable” and has ordered a review of this case and of all
daycare complaints from the past year.
Halton police were called to the Burlington Beach area Wednesday about a missing child.
The four-year old was quickly located and reunited with her family.
Police say the child had been at the beach during the day, and wandered away during a momentary lapse
Police are asking parents and caregivers to be extra vigilant when it comes to the supervision of
children near any body of water.
A winning Cash For Life ticket was sold at the Short Stop store on Silvercreek Parkway.
A Guelph woman has won a thousand dollars a week for life from instant cash for life.
However, there’s a catch. The prize is considered an ‘insider win’ since her son works at an OLG retail
location. There’s a 30-day wait on the prize money, while everything is looked into by a third party.
And you should probably check you lottery tickets.
OLG says the winning ticket for Wednesday night’s lotto 6-49 draw was purchased in the Guelph area.
It’s worth 3-million dollars.
Toronto police say they will await the result of an autopsy of a
man found dead in the city’s west-end before deciding whether to lay
a murder charge.
They say the discovery of the 54-year-old man’s body yesterday
(near Park Lawn and Berry Road) is being treated as “suspicious.”
A 53-year-old man has been charged with aggravated assault in
connection with the incident.
Toronto Hydro says all customers now have their power back after
Monday’s record rainfall left about 300-thousand of them in the dark.
Meanwhile, Energy Minister Bob Chiarelli says equipment repairs
are still underway as crews work to bring the system back to normal operation.
Monday’s storm soaked the city, causing floods, knocking down
trees and bringing many parts of the city’s transit system and GO
train service to a standstill.
Giant retailer Wal-Mart will post signs in stores across Canada
warning people about the dangers of leaving pets in hot cars.
The initiative follows the firing of an employee in Kemptville,
who says she was let go after confronting a customer who had left
his dog in a car.
A statement from Wal-Mart says the employee wasn’t fired for
trying to help a dog in a car, but didn’t offer more explanation for
Wal-Mart says it has a long-standing protocol that tells
employees to notify authorities if an animal is in distress or at risk.
A Stratford school bus driver is facing charges after police
received complaints that female students were inappropriately
Provincial police say the alleged incidents happened in April and
May of this year.
Sixty-four-year-old Donald Weir faces two counts of sexual
exploitation and two counts of sexual assault.
Weir has been suspended by the bus company he was working for. He
has a court date on July 22nd.
IN SPORTS …..
The Royals lost 11-2 in barrie last night. It’s their fifth straight loss. They are in last place in the
intercounty baseball standings. The Royals travel to Hamilton tonight.
In junior action, the Silvercreeks beat St. Thomas, 14-9.
The Fergus Thistles welcome Mimico, in junior b lacrosse play, tonight at 8.
In soccer action, the Guelph Oaks host the Feds United. Game time is 7.
Sources say Tim Hortons has purchased the naming rights for the new stadium being
built in Hamilton. The Tiger-Cats will unveil details of the deal this afternoon.