Police ‘deal with barricaded person’ in Mississauga

Police ‘deal with barricaded person’ in Mississauga

Police are on the scene near a hospital in Mississauga on Friday morning, as Peel Regional Police say they are “currently dealing with a barricaded person”. Shortly before 7:45 a.m., the police informed the public via Twitter about “heavy police presence” in the Eglinton Avenue West and Erin Mills Parkway area. Police appear to be … Read more

Melissa Caddick’s Husband Anthony Koletti Admits She Was a Fraud | 7NEWS – 7NEWS Australia

Melissa Caddick’s Husband Anthony Koletti Admits She Was a Fraud |  7NEWS – 7NEWS Australia

Melissa Caddick’s Husband Anthony Koletti Admits She Was a Fraud | 7NEWS7NEWS Australia Inquest Hears Husband of Alleged Fraud Melissa Caddick ‘Lost the Plot’ Over ASIC InvestigationABC news Dramatic storm in Caddick . investigationnews.com.au Last recording of Melissa CaddickTownsville Bulletin View full coverage on Google News

Half of voters want Liz Truss to step down, polls show after market turmoil

Half of voters want Liz Truss to step down, polls show after market turmoil

Band Riley-Smithour political editor, understands that between now and November 23, there are eight supply-side reform areas where we can expect announcements: corporate regulation, agriculture, housing and planning, immigration, mobile and broadband, financial services, childcare and energy. Jonathan Ashworth, the secretary of shadow work and pensions, denounced the lack of a “serious plan” to reform … Read more

How do I know if I need universal life insurance?

How do I know if I need universal life insurance?

Universal life insurance is a flexible financial tool that protects your financial well-being while working with you as your life changes. If you’re trying to decide which life insurance options will work best for you, including universal life insurance, here are some factors you need to know. What is universal life insurance? Universal life insurance … Read more

‘Immense progress’ made in reconciliation, but Orange Shirt Day asks for more: Winnipeg activist – Winnipeg

‘Immense progress’ made in reconciliation, but Orange Shirt Day asks for more: Winnipeg activist – Winnipeg

A Winnipeg Indigenous activist says he feels “huge progress” has been made over the past year in terms of recognizing Orange Shirt Day, the reasons it is so important, and a genuine focus on community reconciliation. “I see more and more non-Indigenous people taking on leadership and I think that’s exactly what I wanted,” community … Read more

OPP investigates death in Leamington

OPP investigates death in Leamington

Article content Ontario Provincial Police investigate the death of a woman in Leamington. Article content The woman’s body was found Thursday when officers from the Essex County detachment responded to a 911 call to Mill Street East at about 5:40 p.m. Article content Officers stayed at the home overnight and through Friday. The investigation, led … Read more

Charles Shaver: Price cut for older doctors could keep them practicing

Charles Shaver: Price cut for older doctors could keep them practicing

Links to breadcrumbs Opinion Columnists There is precedent in Canada for lowering the annual fee for doctors aged 65 and over to keep them employed in Saskatchewan. A photo illustration shows a primary care physician’s stethoscope and blood pressure machine displayed in a doctor’s office. Photo by Regis Duvignau /REUTERS Article content In mid-July, Saskatchewan … Read more

North Saanich City Council candidates outline key concern – Victoria News

North Saanich City Council candidates outline key concern – Victoria News

In the North Saanich district, Nancy Borden, Peter Jones and Murray Weisenberger are trying to replace outgoing Mayor Geoff Orr with 13 candidates for six council positions. We asked each candidate to outline the most important thing the municipality can do to improve the lives of residents. Here their answers are listed alphabetically. Candidates mayor: … Read more