Oshawa man charged in connection to ‘historical’ sexual assault investigation involving 2 minors

Day: July 15, 2020

Oshawa man charged in connection to ‘historical’ sexual assault investigation involving 2 minors

A 63-year-old Oshawa man has been charged in what police are calling a “historical” sexual assault investigation after two victims, both 13 and 14 years old, came forward to the Nottawasaga OPP to report inappropriate sexual incidents Officers say the victims reported the incidents, which allegedly occurred over the last nine years and involved a …

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Kashechewan gives chief and council power to banish drug dealers from James Bay community

A woman originally from Attawapiskat is being forcibly removed from Kashechewan because she’s believed to be a drug dealer. She is the first person to be banished from the Cree community under a recently adopted trespassing bylaw. “We got our mandate from the community and the general membership of our meetings,” says Chief Leo Friday.  …

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Durham reports five new cases of COVID-19 Wednesday, number of active cases falls to 49

On Wednesday, five new COVID-19 cases were confirmed in Durham. There were no new deaths, so the local death toll remains at 181, with 152 linked to long-term care or retirement homes. To date 1,764 cases have been reported in Durham. Of those 1,534 are listed as resolved. There are 49 active cases in the …

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Rules loosened to visit Ontario long-term care homes starting July 22

TORONTO — Ontario’s long-term care minister says the province is loosening rules that have restricted visits to the province’s long-term care homes during the COVID-19 pandemic. Merrilee Fullerton says starting Wednesday, a person visiting a resident outside a home will no longer need to attest that they’ve taken a COVID-19 test within the previous two …

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“The Bachelorette” Season 16 Potential Contestants

And as I’m sure you know, ABC also made former potential contestant Matt James its new delectable Bachelor(!!!!!!!!!!!!!), which, bittersweetly, took him out of the running for Clare’s season. So without further ado, here are Clare’s 42 potential suitors!!! 1. AJ (28) from Irvine, California 2. Alex (28) from El Paso, Texas 3. Ben (29) …

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Canada Revenue Agency: Where Should You Invest Your 2020 Tax Return?

If you’re one of many Canadians who were fortunate enough to get a tax return from the Canada Revenue Agency this year, you’re probably contemplating whether you should splurge with it, save it, or invest it. I’m going to focus on the latter two options: saving versus investing. If you already have an emergency fund …

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‘Confused’ survivors want answers on federal day school settlement process: Dene chief

Wilfred Beaulieu is still traumatized by the countless physical, mental and emotional abuse he suffered during his four years at Peter Pond — a federal day school in Fort Resolution, N.W.T. The federal day school settlement process brought all of that trauma back to the surface, Beaulieu said.  Federal day schools operated from the 1860s …

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Province reports 102 new COVID-19 cases and nine deaths on Wednesday

On Wednesday, the province confirmed 102 new COVID-19 cases. It’s the lowest daily increase of new cases since March 25. That’s a 0.3 per cent increase over the previous day. Health Minister Christine Elliott says 31 of Ontario’s 34 public health units are reporting five or fewer cases, with 19 of them reporting no new …

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