Toronto cop accused of sexually assaulting woman after she filed domestic report

A Toronto police officer is accused of going to a woman’s home a day after she filed a domestic report and sexually assaulting her. The allegations against Const. Conal Quinn are laid out in a notice of hearing for the Toronto police tribunal, where he faces a disciplinary charge under the Police Services Act. The… Continue reading Toronto cop accused of sexually assaulting woman after she filed domestic report

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Costco, other retailers warn of smaller selection of Christmas trees this holiday season

Costco and other retailers are warning that it may be a lot harder to find Christmas trees this year. The company said they will have fewer trees for sale this holiday season. Extreme weather conditions and the pandemic impacted the distribution of live and fake trees. Shoppers are advised to buy their Christmas trees earlier.

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Feds still vowing to fire staff who don’t get vaccinated

Federal managers are standing by their vow to fire unvaccinated workers as a group of MPs demanded the Liberals go further and abolish religious exemptions under the Canadian Human Rights Act. An attestation oath for employees at one Crown agency claimed employees who publicly decline vaccination face unpaid leave, denial of health benefits, and firing. “If… Continue reading Feds still vowing to fire staff who don’t get vaccinated

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Summer-like weekend ahead, near record temps predicted

An awesome summer-like weekend ahead. Despite the mid-October date it is likely to be the second warmest weekend of climatological Fall 2021 to date. Daytime highs to flirt with records especially Sunday. And nighttime lows are likely to tie or possibly set new records for the highest minimum temps Sunday and possibly Monday morning. It’s… Continue reading Summer-like weekend ahead, near record temps predicted

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A capsule look at the Dodgers-Giants playoff series

A capsule look at the best-of-five National League Division Series between the Los Angeles Dodgers and San Francisco Giants: Schedule: (All times EDT) Game 1, Friday, at San Francisco, 9:37 p.m. (TBS); Game 2, Saturday, at San Francisco, 9:07 p.m. (TBS); Game 3, Monday, Oct. 11, at Los Angeles, 9:37 p.m. (TBS); x-Game 4, Tuesday,… Continue reading A capsule look at the Dodgers-Giants playoff series

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McDonald’s giving away free breakfast to teachers, school staff as a thank you

(WTAJ) — McDonald’s is giving away free breakfast to teachers, faculty and staff for five straight days in October as a “Thank you” for all they do. With a valid work ID, you can drive-thru or go into any McDonald’s and receive your free breakfast beginning Monday and running through Friday, Oct. 15. While menus… Continue reading McDonald’s giving away free breakfast to teachers, school staff as a thank you

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Social media challenge dares users to ‘detox’ for 25 days for $2,500

ST. LOUIS (KTVI) — Millions of Facebook and Instagram users had to go hours without checking their feeds on Monday, but could you do it for 25 days straight? Facebook, as well as subsidiaries Instagram and WhatsApp, all suffered a six-hour outage Monday, forcing users to abstain. But a new social media challenge is paying… Continue reading Social media challenge dares users to ‘detox’ for 25 days for $2,500

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Police investigate sex assault of teen at Oceanside campground

OCEANSIDE, Calif. — Oceanside police are investigating the sexual assault of a 16-year-old girl at a campground last week, authorities said. The assault happened the night of Sept. 26 at Guajome Regional Park, according to Tom Bussey with Oceanside Police Department. The girl was sleeping in a tent by herself. The assailant had a knife… Continue reading Police investigate sex assault of teen at Oceanside campground

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