A 21 year old man is charged with attempted murder, following a stabbing a home on Plymouth Court yesterday afternoon.
He’s to appear in court today.
A 52 year old woman is in stable condition in Hamilton General Hospital, after being airlifted from Guelph.
Police were called to the home, just after 4 yesterday, and say the man and woman knew each other.
But police are withholding any further information, as they continue to investigate the case.
Murder charges have been laid this morning in a triple homicide
in west-end Toronto.
Police have charged a 22 year old man with three counts of
second-degree murder, after three adult bodies were found in a
townhouse unit early last evening.
It’s unclear how long the victims had been there, or how they
Reports say the suspect is related to the victims, who are
believed to be two women and a man aged 49 to 76.
The leader of Ontario’s Green Party is going to present a petition to Environment Minister Jim Bradley.
It calls for the province to reverse is decision to grant the operator ofGguelph’s Dolime quarry a permit to remove water from the quarry.
Mike Schriner is also the Green Party’s candidate in Guelph in the next provincial election.
In a letter to the minister, he writes that he is supporting the concerns of the city of Guelph.
Last february, council ordered staff to seek approval for an appeal of the water-taking permit.
Council worried that increased pumping might interfere with near-by municipal wells.
Green coloured signs that read “protect our water” have been popping up on Guelph lawns since early this year.
Yesterday afternoon at a home in Breslau, and young child was reported to be in distress. The child was later pronounced dead, after being rushed to hospital with a police escort.
Police remained at the home until late Monday night, and are not releasing the child’s age, gender, or the circumstances surrounding the incident.
Police have charged a Toronto father with child
abandonment after an infant girl was left in a hot car in Oakville on Sunday.
Halton Region police said the nine-month-old girl was left
unattended in the car in a Home Depot parking lot for about 10 to 15
Police said the baby was seen sweating profusely and crying but
was OK after she was examined by paramedics and released to her
When an in-store announcement about the child drew the father
back to the vehicle, police say a group of angry people “berated”
The father has been released from custody pending a court
appearance and his name is not being released to protect the child`s
Police say a child left alone in a vehicle in the heat is a
potential medical emergency and urge anyone who sees such a child to
call 911 immediately. The warning is particularly important this
week, with a forecast calling for humidex values soaring past 40 C
with little relief in sight until Friday.
If the scorching hot temperatures weren’t a good clue – just a reminder that a heat alert, issued by Wellington-Dufferin Guelph Public Health is in effect for the City of Guelph and surrounding county.
Environment Canada is predicting temperatures above 30 with high humidity until Friday.
Public Health advises people to take precautions during a heat alert.
They say to keep out of the sun, drink lots of water, and stay in air conditioned places. Limiting outdoor activity to morning and evening hours is also advised.
The city of Guelph also reminding residents that air conditioned city facilities, including pools, splash pads, rec centres and libraries are great places to cool off.
As temperatures soar, the Humane Society is reminding pet
owners to make sure their furry companions don’t get hurt in the
The group says it gets about 12 calls a day during heat waves
about pets — mostly dogs — trapped in hot vehicles.
It says a hot car can become unbearable for a dog in less than 10
minutes, and in the worst cases, lead to brain damage or death.
Three people are dead after a triple homicide in west-end
Police were called to a townhouse complex last evening and found three bodies inside.
Inspector Tim Crone says a suspect was found in a nearby ravine
armed with a knife but he surrendered peacefully after a brief
The ages and names of the victims have not yet been released
although police have reportedly said no children are involved.
Wellington County and its 7 municipalities, are launching a business retention and expansion project.
Economic development officer Jana Reichert says economic development is a fairly new department at the county.
She says they’ve already been collecting data for a couple of months, leading up to the launch of this project.
Each municipality will randomly interview 10 businesses in 4 different categories: manufacturing, agriculture, health care, and the creative professional sector.
Reichert says there are some 3 thousand businesses in the county.
In sports, the Junior Intercounty Baseball playoffs begin next week, and the Silvercreeks could end the campaign, anywhere from 2nd place to 4th place.
They were drubbed 16-4 last night by first place St. Thomas, in their final home game of the season.
The ‘creeks wrap things up tonight with a double header in Stratford.
The Royals play host to Burlington at 7:30 tonight at Hastings Stadium.