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Single motor vehicle collision results in impaired charge

On Saturday evening St. Thomas Police responded to a single motor vehicle collision on Balaclava Street in which a southbound car lost control and struck the railroad crossing light near Nolan Street. The driver of the vehicle left the vehicle on foot prior to police arrival. Witnesses provided information to …

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Two males charged with Trafficking

Two males were arrested for trafficking a controlled substance yesterday after the St. Thomas Drug Enforcement Unit commenced an in depth investigation. On July 9, 2013 at approximately 6:00pm two males ages 20 and 21 were stopped in a motor vehicle just outside the city limits. A quantity of drugs, …

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KCCA issues a watershed conditions statement: flood outlook

St. Thomas – The Kettle Creek watershed is expected to receive approximately 10-20 mm of precipitation this afternoon. Weather forecasts are predicting significant additional rainfall this week. “The potential for 120-140mm of accumulated precipitation over the next 5 days will cause the creeks to swell,” says Jennifer Dow water conservation …

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Motor vehicle collision

On Wednesday morning October 3, 2012 St Thomas Police attended First Avenue at Wellington Street regarding a motor vehicle collision. Police say a female motorist made an improper turn at the intersection in front of a second vehicle resulting in the collision. The 56 year old female motorist was transported …

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Could you pass???

My husband Mr.Blog, Is a British Citizen, with permanent residence/landed immigrant status in Canada. His PR Card is due to expire early next year and currently it takes about 8 months to get a new one so we figured he should get his application in soon. While looking online for …

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Punished for obeying the law

I grew up watching movies. I can remember going to the movie theater when I was five or six and watching Kelly’s Heroes and I distinctively remember watching Where Eagles Dare sat next to my dad on the balcony of my local flea pit (and yes it was). I remember once going every single night of the week to watch Police Academy (no accounting for taste when young) and trying to watch any movie that I was able to get into to. To be honest, a lot of the movies weren’t that great and it was also very cheap to go to the theater. I still remember that half way through the movie, the old lady who would have taken your money at the door of the theater, would walk to the front of the cinema with a tray that had a little light and lots of tubs of ice cream. I still shudder when I remember using the wooden spoon. I remember these with fondness. Now that I am grown up, I don’t manage to get to the movie theater as much as I might once have liked to. There are reasons of course for this, I have a [...]

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Go Joe!

Join us for the official unveiling of a dedication banner celebrating Joe’s career from St. Thomas Minor Hockey to Olympic Gold Medal! Friday July 9 2010 1:00-2:30 pm at the Timken Community Centre 3rd Ave St.Thomas Unfortunately Joe will not be able to attend but his parents Mary and Wayne …

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