Ottawa police detective charged with misconduct for allegedly seeking link between COVID vaccine and infant deaths

Links to breadcrumbs News Local news Between June 2020 and January 2022, Grus reportedly had access to nine infant or child death cases in which she had no investigative role. An Ottawa police detective is charged with misconduct for checking the vaccination status of the parents of deceased children. Ashley Fraser/Files Photo by Ashley Fraser … Read more

Let’s see classified information about Ottawa’s response to the ‘Freedom Convoy’, civil liberties question the court

OTTAWA — The Canadian federal court needs information that the government claims is classified to properly assess the first use of the Emergencies Act — to end so-called “Freedom Convoy” protests this winter — violated constitutional rights, civil liberties organizations say. The groups filed their case before Judge Richard Mosley on Monday, with the federal … Read more

One of the world’s biggest indoor Christmas festivals is coming to Toronto this year

Glow Gardens Toronto officially returns this Christmas season for a breathtaking display of holiday magic. The premium indoor Christmas festival will return at the end of the year from December 1 to 31 in the North Building of the Toronto Congress Center. The website describes the remarkable event as akin to “being transported … Read more

Three top Met officers leave as new boss prepares to take over | Metropolitan Police

Three of the top officers of the scandal-stricken Metropolitan Police have announced their departure five weeks before a new commissioner takes over the task of making sweeping changes. All three were senior lieutenants of former Commissioner Dame Cressida Dick, who was forced to resign in February after London Mayor Sadiq Khan accused her of failing … Read more

Landlord who forced tenant to cook in bedroom fined after Islington Council investigation

A landlord who refused to supply a kitchen for a tenant has to pay £40,000 for violating his property license. Mohammed Shahid, owner of a property in Holloway Road, has been sued by Islington Council for failing to comply with permit rules – in at least 15 recorded cases. A tenant was forced to cook … Read more

Central Queensland couple warn parents to be aware of stroke symptoms in children

When five-year-old Arlo Brigg bounces through her home in central Queensland, it’s hard to believe that this little girl survived a stroke. Four months ago, the cheerful, energetic child was playing with her sister on a Saturday morning when her mother, Ange, noticed something wasn’t right. “[Her sister] Banks did something that made her giggle, … Read more

Simple act of submitting meter reading wipes $365 off women’s AGL gas bill

As Australians continue to deal with the rising cost of living, they are being reminded to double-check the costs on their energy bills. A Melbourne resident, who lives with her partner in a new-build townhouse, said she was “stunned” to receive a $430 gas bill recently, despite her two previous bills being less than $100. … Read more