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Teacher denies anti-vaccine allegations

Tuesday, 21 February 2017 10:56 JW
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A teacher with the Brantford-based Grand Erie District School board says he did nothing wrong when he spoke to a nurse and students about vaccinations being administered at his high school.

Timothy C. Sullivan has told a disciplinary hearing at the Ontario College of Teachers that he warned students about the risks associated with vaccines on March 9, 2015.

The college is accusing Sullivan of professional misconduct.

He allegedly told students they could die as a result of vaccination accused a public health nurse she was hiding information about the shot from students.

Sullivan denies the allegations.

 

London pharmacy robber nabbed

Tuesday, 21 February 2017 09:54 JW
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London police have arrested a suspect in a pharmacy robbery.

Around noon Saturday, a lone male demanded and received prescription medication from an Oxford Street East drug store.

The suspect was identified and taken into custody.

A 23 year old London man is charged with robbery, wearing a disguise, breach of probation and possession of a schedule 1 substance.

 

Grey Highlands barn goes up in flames

Tuesday, 21 February 2017 09:37 JW
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A barn went up in flames in Grey Highlands yesterday (Monday).

Provincial police, paramedics, Grey Highlands, Meaford and Blue Mountains fire departments responded to a farm on Sideroad 25, west of Grey Road 7.

The barn, which housed tools, farm implements and various vehicles, was destroyed.

The fire was electrical in nature and not deemed suspicious.

No injuries.

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Tim Horton's-Burger King owner expanding

Tuesday, 21 February 2017 08:48 JW
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The company that owns Tim Hortons and Burger King is expanding.
Restaurant Brands International says it will buy Popeyes Louisiani Kitchen chain.
The deal is worth $1.8 billion.
The company says it will pay $79 per share.
 
 

Haldimand OPP seize illegal smokes

Tuesday, 21 February 2017 07:56 JW
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Haldimand County O-P-P intercepted two shipments of contraband tobacco in less than 48 hours.

Friday morning in Caledonia, officers stopped a vehicle in the Argyle Street South area and seized a quantity of unmarked tobacco.

A 59-year-old North York resident was charged under the tobacco tax act and driving without a valid permit.

Around midnight Sunday, police confiscated more black market smokes from a vehicle they stopped near Highway 6 and First Line in Hagersville.

29-year-old Daniel Punchak of Norfolk County was charged with possession of unmarked tobacco and a Highway Traffic Act offences.

 

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