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Boy, 5, riding bike killed after fall into traffic

A five-year-old boy died when he fell off his bike and was struck by a vehicle along Lake Shore Blvd. on Wednesday night. Toronto Police say the boy was riding his bicycle with an adult westbound on a bike trail just west of Jameson Ave. on the south side of

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Kingston man, 21, charged with stunt driving

A Kingston man had his licence suspended and vehicle impounded after being caught travelling 66 km/h over the speed limit on Tuesday evening. While Kingston Police were conducting speed enforcement on Jackson Mills Road, an officer observed a vehicle travelling at a high rate of speed in the posted 50

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Government anxious to advance marijuana reform, bill changing impaired-driving law could move quicker than pot legalization

Conservative MP Chris Warkentin, his party’s deputy House leader, said the Conservatives are prepared to debate both marijuana legalization and impaired driving bills, and will be airing the ‘major concerns’ they’ve been hearing from people. Liberal MP Bill Blair, the former police chief who is also a lead federal political

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Power restored after large outage around Westboro and Preston Street

Hydro Ottawa has gotten the lights back on after a large power outage in areas north of Highway 417 from Churchill Avenue to Preston Street on Tuesday afternoon. The company says the outage was due to a traffic collision. Early in the afternoon, downtown traffic was snarled and close to

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Ontario Provincial Police use aircraft to target rule-breaking motorists on Hwy. 401 near London

The OPP called in its eye in the sky to target rule-breaking motorists in the London area. Using a Cessna 206 plane, police laid 30 traffic charges in a single-day blitz on Highway 401 in Middlesex County, the OPP said over the weekend. The bulk of the charges were for

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Drunk driver’s car goes airborne, flips into New Hamburg home: police

A 26-year-old man from Kitchener has been charged with impaired driving after his car flipped into a New Hamburg home Saturday night. “His front end was literally at the front door,” said Heather Wilson, the homeowner who lives on Waterloo Street. Police said the driver lost control, struck a fire

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Police dog found Warwick man in field

A drunk driver found by a police dog hiding in a farmer’s field after fleeing his crashed vehicle was fined $1,500 in Sarnia court. Steven D’Alessandro, 44, of Warwick Township pleaded guilty Thursday in Sarnia court to impaired care or control of a vehicle. On March 23, at approximately 9:30

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Suspected Drunk Driver With Kids In The Car

A Tilbury woman who was suspended from driving is facing charges after police spotted her behind the wheel and smelled alcohol on her breath. Police say there were also two young kids in the back of the vehicle when they pulled it over. Officers say they got a tip about

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Alberta Court of Appeal strikes down drunk driving law

High court says suspending licences of accused drivers before trial is unconstitutional The Alberta Court of Appeal has struck down the law that allows the province to suspend the licences of people charged with impaired driving who are waiting to go to trial. In a split decision, Alberta’s highest court

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Sudbury court: Drunk driver caught once again

When David Madle was stopped for speeding on Regent Street, he told a Greater Sudbury Police officer he had had only one drink. But Madle showed signs of excessive alcohol consumption, including slow, slurred speech, red eyes and had an odour of alcohol on his breath. He had been stopped

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