Saturday shift canceled at Windsor Assembly

Article content Stellantis informed Unifor Local 444 Friday that it has canceled a production shift scheduled for Saturday at the Windsor Assembly Plant.However, skilled trades and apprentices were still requested to report for their scheduled shifts on Saturday. Regular production is set to resume Monday morning.

SUV crashes into utility pole in Waterloo

A collision between an SUV and a utility pole in Waterloo Friday afternoon prompted a heavy response from emergency and hydro crews. It happened at Devitt Avenue and Erb Street East. The vehicle knocked down a street sign, along with the pole. Officials on scene wouldn’t say what caused the crash, but said nobody was […]

‘Jeopardy!’ champion Mattea Roach makes Canadian history with 14th win

Nova Scotia’s “Jeopardy!” champion Mattea Roach has made history after winning more games than any previous Canadian contestant. The 23-year-old tutor won her 14th-straight match Friday night, earning an additional US$34,000. Roach’s winnings have now hit $320,081. With Friday’s win, Roach also claimed a spot in the “Jeopardy!” record books, becoming the eighth person on […]

LaSalle businesses donate auto parts to help repair van for a newly arrived Ukrainian family

Article content Five LaSalle businesses teamed up to repair a minivan for a newly arrived Ukrainian family. Article content From labor to parts, everything was completely donated with help from Radovic Automotive Inc., Motorcade Industries, Walkerville Brewery, Eastside Auto Warehouse and Enterprise Locksmith. “Everyone that I contacted was more than willing and glad to help,” […]

Lab-confirmed flu cases on the rise in Alberta

After nearly two years of low case numbers, Alberta is seeing a jump in influenza cases. The latest numbers from Alberta Health show in the last month, the province went from under 20 lab-confirmed cases to reporting a total of 460. Two of those resulted in patients being admitted to intensive care. Dr. Chris Sikora, […]

Saskatoon police to keep studying potential decriminalization of illicit drug possession

Saskatoon police are going to mull over additional information before looking at decriminalizing personal possession of substances. After a discussion which lasted nearly two hours at the Board of Police Commissioners meeting Thursday prompted by a pair of preliminary reports on the matter, the board approved motions to continue investigating decriminalization and asked the Saskatoon […]

UBC anti-racism task force issues 54 recommendations

Breadcrumb Trail Links News Local News Addressing racism against within the UBC community is “critical for the future of the institution,” said UBC president Santa Ono. VANCOUVER: August 25, 2015. – The Irving K. Barber Learning Center on UBC campus in Vancouver. VANCOUVER, August 25, 2015. (Jenelle Schneider/PNG staff photo) (for SUNstory by Tracy Sherlock). […]