Monthly Archives for July, 2019



Accused killer’s refusal to sign probation order was ‘huge red flag,’ group says

Posted on: July 29th, 2019 by
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WATCH ABOVE: A 57-year-old man appeared in court today, charged with three counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of three women found dead in Wilno, west of Ottawa. Jacques Bourbeau reports.

Alarm bells should have gone off when the man now accused of killing three ex-girlfriends refused to sign a probation order last year prohibiting him from contacting one of them or Continue reading the story "Accused killer’s refusal to sign probation order was ‘huge red flag,’ group says"

Fruit Stand Bandits strike again

Posted on: July 29th, 2019 by
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RCMP are investigating after a rash of recent break-ins to fruit stands.

At least four produce stands in the Keremeos area have been burglarized in the past month.

The latest happened at about 2:45 Thursday morning at Harker’s Fruit Stand.

Susan Frasch knows how frustrating and costly it is.

She and her husband operate Bear’s Fruit Stand.

Last month thieves pryed Continue reading the story "Fruit Stand Bandits strike again"

Feeding Francis: Celebrity chef serves simple, healthy fare

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NEW YORK – Sliced heirloom tomatoes, steamed lobster and house-made burrata greeted Pope Francis on his first night in New York, where a celebrity chef cooking for her second pontiff said her menu was inspired by Francis’ humility and simplicity.

Feeding the leader of the world’s more than 1 billion Roman Catholics is a daunting task, but Lidia Bastianich said she Continue reading the story "Feeding Francis: Celebrity chef serves simple, healthy fare"

WATCH: 2015 Edmonton International Film Festival features

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EDMONTON – From Thursday, Oct. 1 to Saturday, Oct. 10, cinematic gems and the artists and filmmakers who create them will flock to Alberta’s Capital for the Edmonton International Film Festival.

The EIFF, as it’s been titled since 2002, features veteran and up-and-coming directors, writers, producers and actors and their work.  This year’s schedule includes 55 feature-length films and more than 100 short Continue reading the story "WATCH: 2015 Edmonton International Film Festival features"

Hobbs back with Pats after strong NHL camp

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REGINA – Connor Hobbs was back on the ice with the Regina Pats on Friday after a strong showing at Washington Capitals training camp.

“I thought I did quite well. I felt really good out there on the ice. I was confident, and I just couldn’t be happier with how things went down there,” said Hobbs. “Can’t wait to get back Continue reading the story "Hobbs back with Pats after strong NHL camp"