Here we see shoppers ducking under the security gate as it's lifted to open business in Philedelphia. Whoa! Sure hope they survived.
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Published 11/28/2014 10:47:00 AM
Dolly Jewellers at 1699 Bayview Ave is again offering a chance to win a November prize draw in the lead up to Christmas. Residents can win one 200 prizes by dropping into the store and entering. No purchase is necessary.
Published 11/28/2014 09:45:00 AM
South Bayview bus routes hit by cuts A fix for the TTC dead zone on Bayview Ave.
Published 11/27/2014 10:11:00 PM
Ryerson University has assigned what is being called by some a chaperone to accompany its hockey team on the road this season following a drinking incident last year. An atheltics co-ordinator, Brian Shantz, now travels with the team. The players are said to be taking it fairly well. National Post (may have paywall)
Published 11/27/2014 09:32:00 PM
The case of the footwear felon has seen the laying of charges against a 28-year-old man in York Region. Cops say that Mattieu Petrin turned himself in at a regional police station in recent hours. The hunt had been on for more than a week after a person engaged in a series of incidents related to shoe smelling, foot licking and and outright footwear felony. It began Wednesday, November 19 in Richmond Hill in a tanning salon. A man asked a woman if he could see her shoe because he was shopping for shoes. She agreed and the man smelled her shoe before fleeing with it. The next day a man went into another Richmond Hill tanning salon and began asking a woman questions about her boots. It’s alleged he grabbed her. He removed her boot and sock and licked her foot. There was no consent. That may be important because it probably isn't illegal to lick a person's foot if you get permission. (we're just guessing, really). The man then fled with both the boot and sock. Similar incidents were reported at tanning salons in Aurora, Innisfil and Bradford. On Wednesday, The accused man is charged with four counts of sexual assault, three counts of theft under $5,000, sexual interference with a person under 16 and robbery
Published 11/27/2014 05:37:00 PM
The latest update from Ryan Bird the school board about the power outage at Leaside High came at 4 p.m. Thursday (November 27, 29014), Ryan says the work is still going on and will apparently take all night. The best he can say is that he will be tweeting early tomorrow on the situation. There may not be classes Friday. Keep tuned to the TDSB Media Relations Twitter account
Published 11/27/2014 04:41:00 PM
Doug Ford will not run for the leadership of the Ontario Progressive Conservative Party and instead will support Christine Elliott for that job. Ms. Elliott is the wife of the late finance minister Jim Flaherty. Mr. Ford said the decision not to run was among the most difficult he has ever had to make. "I think my priority, well I know my priority’s my family.” Ford said at a news conference. He said he may yet run in a general election as a candidate for MPP.
Published 11/27/2014 01:20:00 PM