Author Archives: Murissa Barrington

Another messy commute ahead as flash freeze hits GTA News

By: Murissa Barrington Following a slew of weather-related collisions within the last 24 hours, Toronto Police are warning commuters to take extra precautions as conditions worsen. Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for the City of Toronto with temperatures dropping drastically from 2 degrees to -11 degrees by tonight, expected to cause a

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Police: no evidence of serial killer in Toronto’s gay village Crime, News

By: Murissa Barrington Toronto Police have dispelled rumours that a serial killer is on the loose in the Church and Wellesley area. In a news conference today, investigators spoke about the disappearances and murders connected to the city’s gay village and assured residents that they are safe. “There is no evidence that a serial killer

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Thousands of college students withdraw from school following strike College Strike, Humber Strike, News

By: Murissa Barrington Several of Ontario’s colleges have reported that thousands of students have decided to drop out of their programs since the province-wide faculty strike ended two weeks ago. Tuesday, Dec. 5 was the last day for students to withdraw from school following the five-week strike and receive a full tuition refund from Ontario

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Ex-Trump National security advisor Michael Flynn pleads guilty to lying to FBI News, Politics

U.S. President Donald Trump’s ex-national security advisor Michael Flynn has plead guilty for lying to the FBI about two conversations with the Russian ambassador in December.

Tess Richey, 22, found dead, police say Crime, News

By: Murissa Barrington Tess Richey, the 22-year-old woman missing since Saturday night has been found dead, police say. It’s a heart-wrenching end to a desperate search by Richey’s family and thousands of others on social media to bring home their “baby.” Today would have been her 23rd birthday. Toronto Police media relations officer Const. Allison

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