Three property owners with land along northwest Indiana’s Lake Michigan shoreline have asked the U.S. Supreme Court to undo a 2018 ruling by Indiana’s high court which declared that the shoreline is owned by the state for the public’s enjoyment. Read the full story by The Associated Press. Read the full story Tags: Michigan, Indiana,…
A challenge of Western University’s COVID-19 booster dose mandate by five students has been dismissed in court. The written decision, delivered by Ontario Superior Court Justice Kelly Tranquilli, found Western officials are within their power to enact the COVID-19 booster mandate and collecting personal health data from students and staff is necessary to administer the […]
Former Seaforth golf instructor Cameron Doig has been found guilty of sex-related offences stemming from incidents in the 1990s.
Charges have been laid against two Arthur natives following a nearly 14-year long investigation into a fatal hit-and-run.
It was a duel of provincial laws in court Monday as five students argued a privacy statute should bar Western University from enforcing a COVID-19 booster mandate, and Western saying it has the authority under its own provincial legislation. The students’ request for a permanent injunction against Western’s third-dose requirement, heard by Ontario Superior Court […]
MARJORIE ARMSTRONG Marjorie Armstrong passed away peacefully on Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2022 at Trillium Court in Kincardine. She was in her 96th year. Loving mother of Dale (Pam), Wayne (Debbie) … Continue reading Obituary – Marjorie Armstrong
Wellington County OPP are investigating a report of an assault.
WINDSOR – A Windsor man who gave his puppy such a violent beating it will be in pain and on medication the rest of its life has been sentenced to 90 days jail and banned from owning another pet for 10 years.
An inmate who died in hospital after being found unresponsive at London’s provincial jail this week had been arrested five days before for allegedly breaking a release condition, court records show.
Justin Lozon was sentenced in the Superior Court of Justice Monday to 18 months in jail for dangerous driving causing the death of Bruce Peninsula Pastor Chad Honneyman almost five years ago. Justice John Sproat found Lozon guilty of that Oct. 3, 2017 offence, committed about six kilometres south of Ferndale. Lozon turned his car […]
BRANTFORD – An Ontario Court judge rejected the defence’s COVID-19 vaccine-related pitch for a short jail sentence for an impaired man who crashed his vehicle, causing multiple injuries to another driver.
Perth County OPP has laid charges against two North Perth Residents after being stopped with stolen goods in their possession.
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