Search Continues for Cambridge Man

Tuesday, 10 October 2017 06:50 MH
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Waterloo Regional Police are ramping up the search for a missing Cambridge man.

20 year old Clayton Collison went missing Saturday night after atteneding an Oktoberfest Hall in Kitchener.  He is described as 6'-1", 180 pounds with brown hair.  He was wearing a 

red and beige plaid shirt when he was last seen around 2 am Saturday.

About 100 friends and family searched the area around the Waterloo International Airport yesterday.



LPRCA Urges Caution Around Waterways

Tuesday, 10 October 2017 06:46 MH
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A Water Safety Statement has been issued by the Long Point Regional Conservation Authority because of yesterday's heavy rainfall.

You are warned to stay clear of waterways because of fast moving, cold water and slippery banks.

The statement will remain in effect until noon today, unless otherwise specified.



OPP Investigate ATM Theft in Brantford

Tuesday, 10 October 2017 06:42 MH
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Brant County OPP are investigating after thieves made off with an ATM machine from restaurant just outside of Brantford.

The theft occurred in the early hours, last Tuesday. Police say the culprits smashed the front glass door on The Stop 53 restaurant on Colborne Street and made off with the 

ATM, causing extensive damage to the building.

Police are asking for anyone who may have been in the Colborne street area at the time, and may have witnessed something suspicious to contact them. Police are still trying

to identify the suspects and the vehicle they used.



Norfolk County Drug Bust

Tuesday, 10 October 2017 06:14 MH
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A litany of drug charges have been laid against a Norfolk County couple after a raid by OPP last week.

According to the Norfolk detachment, officers executed the search on Friday at a property on Concession 6 in South Walsingham.

Inside the home, they found heroin, Fentanyl, marijuana, lsd and other opioids, along with cash and some weapons.

A 44 year old man and a 55 year old woman, both of Norfolk County are in custody, awaiting a court appearance.



Back To The Bargening Table at CAMI

Tuesday, 10 October 2017 06:10 MH
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General Motors and the union representing about 2,500 striking workers at the CAMI assembly plant in Ingersoll, are expected to resume talks today aimed at ending a strike.

The members of Unifor Local 88 walked off the job Sept. 17 as negotiators worked to have GM designate the CAMI plant as the lead producer of the Equinox SUV, which is also produced in Mexico.

The union said last Thursday that the two sides had “worked through a lot of the contract language” but remained far apart on job security and economic issues.

Unifor also said it was awaiting a response from GM on the outstanding issues and thaty both sides agreed to pause the talks over the long holiday weekend and reconvene today.

Ontario Economic Development Minister Brad Duguid said Friday that he had spoken with both sides and that neither had asked for government support to keep the Equinox lines in the province.

Duguid said the dispute was “rippling through” Ontario's supply chain economy and urged both parties to reach an agreement.

(The Canadian Press)


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