The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Dryden Detachment members would like to request the public's assistance in locating a missing woman.
Susan Tilley, 39, of Dryden, was reported as missing on April, 11, 2019 at approximately 2:30 p.m.
She is described as being five feet in height, heavy build, mid-length, dark brown hair and green eyes.
On April 11, 2019 at 5 p.m., officers of the Fort Frances Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) conducted a traffic stop on the 300 block of Scott Street in the Town of Fort Frances.
After speaking with the driver, he subsequently failed the roadside test and was arrested at the scene.
INTERNATIONAL FALLS, Minn.—U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Office of Field Operations officers working at the International Falls Port of Entry targeted multiple rail containers destined to arrive in Ranier, Minnesota.
CBP officers inspected the rail containers and discovered merchandise in violation of intellectual property rights (IPR) regulations.
Cindy Manty, left, and Dawn-Marie Danylchuk participated in a Métis beading workshop at the library on Saturday.
Retired firefighter Len McCormick, left, and Gail Kelly enjoyed a hot meal at the La Vallee Fire Department's third-annual spaghetti dinner fundraiser on Saturday evening at the Devlin Hall. The fundraiser saw 235 people go through the door and raised roughly $2,500 through ticket sales.
North Star Deserter (Ryne Strachan) entertained the crowd at a fundraising event at From the Grind Up on Friday evening. Proceeds from the event, which featured a total of eight local acts, went towards supporting the Robertson family of Churchill, Man. while their infant son, Malcolm, undergoes treatment for leukemia in Winnipeg.
MONTREAL—A 36-year-old woman has died after falling from a sixth-floor balcony in Old Montreal.
Montreal police spokeswoman Veronique Dubuc said the woman fell about 20 metres after passing over a railing to try to retrieve an object.
Police said several people were with the woman when the fall occurred at about 8:30 p.m. on Saturday.
TORONTO—The Progressive Conservative government is slashing the budget of Legal Aid Ontario, including eliminating funding for refugee and immigration law services—a move lawyers with the organization call a “horrific” decimation.
TORONTO—Buried in Ontario's budget bill are fines of up to $10,000 per day for gas station operators who don't display government-mandated stickers about the price of the carbon tax.
The budget contains a new piece of legislation called the Federal Carbon Tax Transparency Act that would require gas stations to display the sticker on each pump.
SALMON ARM, B.C.—A former foster child of a Salmon Arm, British Columbia shooting victim is remembering Gordon Parmenter as the man who helped him discover his potential.
The foster child, who can't be named, has identified Parmenter as the man shot to death yesterday at a church in Salmon Arm, about 100 kilometres north of Kelowna.
VANCOUVER—Cindi Phelps never imagined herself running a pot shop.
She smoked weed as a teenager, but as an adult she says she became “cranky” about cannabis, endlessly lecturing her kids and judging everyone who touched the stuff.
A drug that’s used to help control blood sugar in people with diabetes has now been shown to help prevent or slow kidney disease, which causes millions of deaths each year and requires hundreds of thousands of people to use dialysis to stay alive.
AUGUSTA, Ga.—Fallen hero, crippled star, and now a Masters champion again.
Tiger Woods rallied to win the Masters for the fifth time yesterday, a comeback that goes well beyond the two-shot deficit he erased before a delirious audience at Augusta National that watched memories turn into reality.
TORONTO—Marcus Stroman had a supportive chat with Lourdes Gurriel Jr. yesterday after the Blue Jays' second baseman made a costly error that led to his removal from the game.
The gist of the message was that his teammates would be there to help the 25-year-old infielder over the mental hurdle he seems to be facing on the field.
ST. LOUIS—Kyle Connor and the Winnipeg Jets got back on track by sticking to the same way they wanted to play all along.
Connor scored twice, Patrik Laine had a goal and an assist, and the Jets beat the St. Louis Blues 6-3 last night to climb back into their first-round playoff series.
HOPKINTON, Mass. — Runners are trying to stay dry as they await the start of the 2019 Boston Marathon.
The 123nd running of the world’s oldest and most prestigious annual marathon got a wet start. But it’s not as cold as expected, with temperatures in the 60s as runners arrived instead of the 30s that were initially forecast.
THE HAGUE, Netherlands—A Dutch fertility doctor who used his own sperm to inseminate 49 women may have fathered even more children.
Ties van der Meer of the Dutch Donor Child Foundation said today that three more people contacted him this weekend because they suspect they may also have been conceived using the sperm of Dr. Jan Karbaat.
BEIJING—The only known female member of one of the world's rarest turtle species has died at a zoo in southern China, officials said yesterday.
The animal was one of four Yangtze giant softshell turtles known to be remaining in the world.
The Suzhou zoo, where the female turtle lived, also houses a male Yangtze giant softshell turtle.
BEIJING — The only known female member of one of the world’s rarest turtle species has died at a zoo in southern China, officials said Sunday.
JUBA, South Sudan — Mia Farrow will never forget the day she watched a baby die in her mother’s arms.
“It was a little girl staring at her mother and finally she just stopped breathing. I just moved away and listened to the mother’s cry,” the actress and human rights activist told The Associated Press in South Sudan’s capital, Juba, earlier this month.
THE HAGUE, Netherlands — A Dutch fertility doctor who used his own sperm to inseminate 49 women may have fathered even more children.
Ties van der Meer of the Dutch Donor Child Foundation said Monday that three more people contacted him this weekend because they suspect they may also have been conceived using the sperm of Dr. Jan Karbaat.
LONDON—Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, may be keeping plans about their impending baby under wraps, but that hasn't stopped everyone in Britain from trying to guess the gender and the name of their first child.
If Britain's bookmakers are to be believed, it's definitely a girl and Diana may well be one of her many names.
Tonight will be mainly clear with fog late in the night. Expect a low of zero C (32 F).
Tomorrow will see periods of sun and cloud with a high of 15 (59) and a low of two (36).
Wednesday will be cooler with afternoon rain. Expect a high of nine (48) and a low of two (36).