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A 30-year-old man was pronounced dead on scene at an establishment on Falconbridge Road in Garson on Wednesday.
Greater Sudbury Police Service members were dispatched at approximately 11:20 a.m. after paramedics responded to the location of an unresponsive person.
Police are withholding his name out of respect for his family’s wishes. 
Since this incident has been classified as a sudden death, a police spokesperson noted that they are working with the Coroner’s Office. A post mortem will be conducted through the Coroner’s Office in order to assist in determining the cause of death.
At this time, police do not suspect foul play.
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Ontario COVID-19: 151 in ICU, 7 new deaths | CTV News – CTV News Toronto

Ontario health officials are reporting the lowest number of ICU admissions due to COVID-19 this year, with 151 patients currently being treated.
As of Sunday, there are 1,024 people in hospital with COVID-19. It should, however, be noted that about 10 per cent of Ontario hospitals do not upload occupancy data to the ministry on weekends.
Seven new deaths due to the virus were reported Sunday. Since the start of the pandemic, 13,070 individuals have lost their lives with the virus.
The province reported 1,564 new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday after completing a total of 12,250 tests in the previous day, but health officials have warned that case numbers are a significant underestimation due to testing limitations.
Today’s report brings the total number of lab-confirmed cases in Ontario to 1,286,468.
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Aaron Salter was one of 10 killed in an attack whose victims represented a cross-section of life in the predominantly Black neighbourhood in Buffalo, New York. They included a church deacon, a man at the store buying a birthday cake for his grandson and an 86-year-old who had just visited her husband at a nursing home.

In Kharkiv, Ukraine, you can still hear the sound of explosions, but now it's outgoing, with the Ukrainians firing at the Russians in retreat. Russia started withdrawing its forces from around Ukraine's second-largest city earlier this week after near constant bombardment.

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Male found in river in Brampton pronounced dead | inBrampton –

Published May 15, 2022 at 5:09 pm
Brampton Fire and Emergency Services are on the scene of a drowning in the Credit Valley River in Brampton.
Water rescue personnel have recovered a body in the Creditview Road and Steeles Ave area in Brampton.

Peel Paramedics have confirmed that the individual is deceased.
The identity of the man has not been released awaiting notification of next of kin.
The circumstances are unknown at this moment.
Police ask residents to stay clear of the area as emergency services work.
Image courtesy of Brampton Fire and Emergency Services.
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Bruins prospect Fabian Lysell throws stick at end of game in heated playoff moment – NBC Sports Boston


Boston Bruins prospect Fabian Lysell has enjoyed tremendous success in his first ever WHL playoff run with the Vancouver Giants.
He has tallied 21 points (four goals, 17 assists) in 11 games so far. Fifteen of Lysell’s points came in the Giants’ historic first-round upset of the Everett Silvertips.
The Giants have had a tougher time in Round 2 against the Kamloops Blazers. The Blazers took a 3-1 series led on Thursday with a 4-2 win in Game 4. 
Lysell lost his balance and fell to the ice in the final 20 seconds of the third period while trying to create a potential game-tying goal. He got up and threw his stick the length of the ice at Blazers forward Logan Stankoven as he scored an empty-net goal to seal the victory.
Lysell wasn’t done, though. He went after another Blazers player before the referees sent him off the ice. The Swedish right winger was assessed a two-minute minor penalty and a 10-minute misconduct for throwing his stick.
Check out the crazy scene in the video below:
Fabian Lysell finished last nights game by receiving a two-minute minor and a 10-minute misconduct for throwing his stick after he blew a tire, freeing up Kamloops for the empty-net goal. Things got a little heated afterwards, of course. #NHLBruins
Lysell did help the Giants stave off elimination with two assists in a Game 5 win on Friday night. Vancouver will try to extend the series again on Sunday.
Lysell plays the game with a lot of emotion, and that typically helps him. It clearly didn’t in Game 4. There’s no excuse for throwing your stick at an opponent. 
But overall, it’s been a fantastic first season for Lysell in the WHL. His excellent offensive performances have given Bruins fans plenty to look forward to whenever he makes his debut in Boston.


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Two teens arrested after father and son bear-sprayed in East Vancouver | News – Daily Hive

Two teens were arrested after a father and son were bear sprayed in East Vancouver this weekend.
Sgt. Steve Addison with the Vancouver Police Department told Daily Hive that the incident happened near the Nanaimo SkyTrain Station.
“A father and son were walking around 9 p.m. after the Whitecaps game when confronted by a group of teens,” he said.
The Vancouver Police Department tweeted out details of the incident on Sunday, May 15.
#VPDscanner Two teens were arrested in East Van last night after a father and son were assaulted with bear-spray near Nanaimo Station. The teens, 13 and 17, allegedly made racist comments after the assault. Both taken to jail. Assault, weapons & breach charges being considered.
— Vancouver Police (@VancouverPD) May 15, 2022

“There was a verbal exchange and one of the teens allegedly deployed bear spray…We believe the suspects and victims were familiar with each other.”
According to VPD, officers found the teens, who are known to police, nearby and arrested two of them. Both have since been released, pending the completion of the investigation.
“The teens were in possession of crack cocaine,” said Addison.
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Steve Stricker leads by 3, defending champ Cejka disqualified at Regions Tradition – Golf Channel

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Steve Stricker will take a three-stroke lead over Steven Alker into the final round of the Regions Tradition, birdieing the final hole Saturday for a 6-under 66.
Playing his third straight tournament after a six-month hiatus for health reasons, Stricker sits at 17-under 199 as he seeks his second win in the past three tries in the PGA Tour Champions major at Greystone Golf & Country Club. He had three straight birdies from holes 13-15 after his lone bogey and polished off the round with a fourth.
Stricker is seeking his fourth major championship on the 50-and-over circuit.
Alker birdied the final two holes for a 65. A two-time winner this year already, the Charles Schwab Cup points leader is chasing his first major championship.
“It would mean a lot,” Alker said. “I’ve won three times and the majors are a big deal out here. We’ve got five of them so we’ve got a good shot at a few.
“You always say try and treat it as another day. But that’s what I’m going to try to do. I’m just having fun out here and hitting my shots.”

Miguel Angel Jimenez, the 2018 winner, had a 67 to get to 12 under. He finished the round with a birdie and is also seeking his third win of the year.
Full-field scores from the Regions Tradition
Stuart Appleby and Padraig Harrington were 11 under.
Appleby had a bogey-free 68, and has hovered at 68 or 69 each day. Harrington had a more adventurous round and closed his 70 with an eagle on the par-5 18th. He had bogeys on two of the first six holes.
Stricker powered his approach shot off the grandstand on 18, taking advantage of the rebound well back onto the green. He lost a one-hole playoff to Alex Cejka last year on the Founder’s Course.
Cejka was disqualified after a 66 Saturday for using a yardage book that had not been approved for the competition by the PGA Tour Champions Rules Committee.
Stricker already has tied for 10th and second in his first two outings since his return after spending nearly two weeks in the hospital and dropping 25 pounds. Now, he’s trying to hold on for another major.
Glen Day (67) and Ernie Els (70) were seven shots back. Els eagled the par-5 13th to help rebound from an opening seven holes that included four bogeys.
Harrington and Scott McCarron were two shots behind Stricker entering Saturday, and both fell back. McCarron followed up his round of 65 with a 77.

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Speeding biker faces list of charges as 'Operation Noisemaker' kicks off – Ottawa Citizen

Ottawa police kicked off their annual Operation Noisemaker campaign with a bang Friday night, as a motorcyclist led police on a brief chase before being arrested.

The motorcyclist was spotted near the intersection of Strandherd and Longfields drives after registering 123 km/h in the 70 km/h zone.

The driver refused to stop for police, then attempted to flee at a red light, but was pulled over shortly afterward.

The driver faces a long list of charges including flight from police, resisting a police officer, dangerous driving, stunt driving and others.

It was one of two stunt-driving charges laid by officers, who set up surveillance points at Strandherd Drive and Greenbank Road, Strandherd and Woodroffe Avenue and Merivale and Meadowlands roads.

There were 20 speeding tickets issued, along with three tickets for failure to stop at a red light and several other HTA violations.

It’s the third annual Operation Noisemaker and there’s a new option for residents to help police tackle dangerous speeding, stunting and excessive noise.

While dangerous driving that poses an immediate threat should be reported to 911, people can make online reports to help put officers in the places and at times when they can do the most to boost traffic safety, police said.

Previously, reports had to be linked to a specific incident.

Information is also used by traffic officers to “follow up” with drivers who regularly flout posted speed limits, police said.

Ottawa police officers stop an average of 10 stunt drivers a week. They face a 14-day vehicle seizure and a 30-day driving suspension and fines of up to $10,000 upon conviction.

During the 2021 edition of Project Noisemaker, charges for stunt driving doubled to 157 from 78 in 2020. Police laid nearly 1,200 speeding charges and 175 improper muffler charges last year.

In Ontario, stunt driving includes driving 50 km/h or more over the speed limit or 40 km/h or more over the speed limit on roads with a speed limit less than 80 km/h.

-With files from Megan Gillis

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8-year-old boy found dead in Cambridge – CambridgeToday

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Waterloo Region, On. – Waterloo Regional Police are continuing to investigate a suspicious death in Cambridge.
On May 14, 2022, at approximately 10 a.m., emergency services were called to a residence in the area of Townline Road and River Road in Cambridge.
Upon arrival, police located an 8-year-old male child deceased.
As a result of the investigation, police are still looking to speak to the male they were searching for in the area of Townline Road and River Road. The male is described as white, approximately 40-years-old, 5’11”, blue eyes, thin build, short blonde hair and facial scruff. The male was last seen wearing brown khaki pants and possibly wearing a blue or black army style bucket hat. There are concerns for his safety. This is believed to be an isolated incident since the male and the deceased child had known each other.
Police will remain on scene in the area as the investigation continues into the circumstances that led to the death. A post mortem will take place.
The investigation is ongoing by members of the Waterloo Regional Police Service’s Major Crime, General Investigations and Forensic Identification Units.
Community supports are available through Victim Services of Waterloo Region or by calling 519-585-2363 or 519-570-5143. Support is also available 24/7 by visiting the website or calling 1-844-437-3247.
Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Waterloo Regional Police Service at 519-570-9777 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477. Anonymous tips can also be submitted here
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