Tag Archives: Ontario

Winter Storm Watch for: St. Thomas – Aylmer – Eastern Elgin County

Issued By Environment Canada At 12:11 Am Est Thursday 7 February 2013 Summary Significant snowstorm threatening tonight and Friday. Details A low will track northeast from Texas today then track just south of Lake Erie on Friday. This low is expected to intensify into a winter storm as it approaches …

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Winter Storm watch for: St. Thomas – Aylmer – Eastern Elgin County

ISSUED BY ENVIRONMENT CANADA AT 5:30 PM EST WEDNESDAY 6 FEBRUARY 2013 Summary Significant snowstorm threatening Thursday night and Friday. Details An Alberta clipper currently tracking southeastward through the Dakotas is expected to track across the us midwest tonight and Thursday then track just south of Lake Erie on Friday. …

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Wind Warning for: St. Thomas – Aylmer – Eastern Elgin County

ISSUED BY ENVIRONMENT CANADA AT 8:53 PM EDT MONDAY 29 OCTOBER 2012 Summary Severe winds of 60 gusting up to 100 km/h beginning this evening. This is a warning that potentially hazardous winds are expected in these regions. Monitor weather conditions and listen for updated statements. Recommended Action Details Post …

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ALLERGY ALERT – Undeclared almond in LOTTE brand CHOCO PIE

OTTAWA, July 27, 2012 – The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) is warning people with allergies to almond not to consume the Lotte brand Choco Pie described below. The affected product may contain almond which is not declared on the label. The affected product, Lotte brand Choco Pie, is sold …

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Should we shame drunk drivers?

Drunk driving accounts for almost 25% of all fatalities on Ontario’s roads. If you have a Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) in excess of 0.08 and you drive, you are committing the crime of impaired driving. Your BAC can be affected by how quickly you drink, your gender, your body weight …

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2012-06-15 – Fraudster charged

As a result of an ongoing two (2) year investigation, St. Thomas Police has charged Dona Hugh OUELLETTE a 42 year old resident of St Thomas with numerous Criminal offences, which include theft over $5,000,Fraud Over $5,000 and Failing to Comply with Recognizance. The investigation began after police learned that …

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2012-05-28 – Male arrested for Woodstock Police Service

On Sunday May 27, 2012 St Thomas Police arrested a 28 year old St Thomas man wanted by the Woodstock Police Service for uttering death threats and assault causing bodily harm. Woodstock Police attended St Thomas later that day to retrieve the male. Break and enter St Thomas Police are …

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2012-05-17 – Mother charged under Smoke Free Ontario Act

On Wednesday May 16, 2012 St Thomas Police received a complaint from a concerned citizen regarding an adult female smoking inside of a vehicle while her small child occupied the passenger seat. Shortly after 12:00PM police located the vehicle on Talbot Street. The female was charged under the “smoke free …

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2012-05-11 – Break and enter

St Thomas police are investigating a break and enter that occurred at a Talbot Street restaurant sometime between 12:00AM and 6:00AM Thursday May 10, 2012. Police say culprit(s) forced entry through a glass framed North back door. Once inside the premises an undisclosed amount of money was stolen from the …

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2012-04-25 – Warrant Executed

St. Thomas Police arrested a 23 year old St. Thomas man on the strength of a warrant held by the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP). Police located the wanted man on St. George and Cora Streets April 24, 2012 at 2:00 pm. The warrant was for a number of charges including, …

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2012-04-20 – Female arrested for assault

Female arrested for assault On Thursday April 19, 2012 St Thomas Police arrested and charged a 26 year old female for assaulting a 17 year old female youth at a Talbot Street parkette. The accused was transported to police headquarters and later released on conditions that included a future court …

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Ticking away the moments that make up a dull day

In 1966 the Uniform Time Act began instituting Eastern Daylight Time. It originally ended on the last Sunday of October but in 1987 the beginning was moved to the first Sunday in April. When the Energy Policy Act of 2005 was enacted the beginning was moved to the second Sunday …

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Great job news for St. Thomas

The St. Thomas Economic Development Corporation (EDC) today announced that Forest City Castings of London, Ontario has entered into an Agreement to purchase the Lear Seating property at 10 Highbury Avenue in St. Thomas, Ontario.  Over 70 skilled employees currently make up the Forest City Castings team and that number …

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Survive a Tornado

As we have seen all too closely recently, Tornadoes are a hazard that it is best to be prepared for. The odds on being near a Tornado are high, but everything always comes down to a 50/50 chance as to if a Tornado is near you or not. While looking …

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Slut!

In the past few months, there have been highly publicized protests, held by mainly women, and these protests or match’s are called Slutwalks. The first walk was held on April 3rd, 2011 after a Toronto police officer, Constable Michael Sanguinetti suggested that to remain safe, “woman should avoid dressing like …

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Finish what you started

Here at the St. Thomas Blog, we spend hours searching through the internet to find content as well as potential contributors. A simple search such as ‘St. Thomas Ontario Blog‘ will find thousands of websites, only the majority of them have not had anything written for over a year. There …

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Humidex Advisory Predicted

The St. Thomas Blog - Follow The ElephantPlease note that Environment Canada is predicting a hot and humid air mass to settle over Southwestern Ontario beginning Sunday. Temperatures are forecast to reach the low thirties, and associated humidex values...

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myFM Radio & The St. Thomas Stars

The new 94.1 myFM Radio Will Partner With The St. Thomas Stars Live play-by-play hockey is coming to St. Thomas. myFM BROADCASTING CORP is very proud to announce that the new 94.1myFM Radio will cover of all the exciting ST. THOMAS STARS away hockey games – including playoffs. The games …

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myFM Radio & The St. Thomas Stars

The new 94.1 myFM Radio Will Partner With The St. Thomas Stars Live play-by-play hockey is coming to St. Thomas. myFM BROADCASTING CORP is very proud to announce that the new 94.1myFM Radio will cover of all the exciting ST. THOMAS STARS away hockey games – including playoffs. The games …

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