One died in a one-vehicle crash in the Ottawa Valley

OTTAWA – A 58-year-old woman from Bonnechere Valley died in a one-vehicle crash in the Ottawa Valley. Ontario provincial police responded to a crash on Highway 60, between Mill Street and Old Trestle Road in Killaloe, Ont. on Saturday at about 11.20. According to police, according to the preliminary investigation, the driver of the car … Read more

Ice-T & Coco’s daughter gives Twerk lessons to her grandmother on Instagram

Chanel steals the show on Cocon Instagram again. As mentioned in her Instagram biography, 42-year-old Coco Austin is a “supermother” for her daughter Chanel, which means they spend a lot of time together. A woman from Los Angeles often shares content with her daughter on social media, and over the weekend, the young girl’s grandmother … Read more

Former NSW Police Secretary Kenneth Grant found guilty of collision

Kenneth Wayne Grant defended his involvement in a fatal run in 2019 by walking in his sleep at the time and not knowing he was driving his car when it hit and killed scientist Tony Greenfield. Key points: Kenneth Wayne Grant has been found guilty of Tony Greenfield’s murder in a collision in 2019 Grant … Read more

Slideshow: Partial lunar eclipse – Reuters

Slideshow: Partial lunar eclipseReuters You need to see these jaws descending lunar eclipsesBGR See Friday’s lighthouse, the longest partial eclipse in nearly 600 yearsAn observer in Dallas See the full story in Google News .

Winter weather travel notice valid in Toronto, parts of southern Ontario

In Toronto and parts of southern Ontario, a winter weather travel warning has been issued to warn motorists of poor driving conditions on Sunday due to snowfall. Environment According to Canada, snowfall is expected to begin on Sunday morning and continue throughout the day. Snow is expected to weaken on Sunday night. “Snowfall is expected … Read more

At least three people died in the first winter storm in Britain

LONDON – At least three people have died in the UK since the first winter storm of the year raged in parts of the country in a gust of almost 160 mph. The storm, dubbed Arwen by the country’s Meteorological Institute, struck particularly hard in northern England, Scotland and Northern Ireland on late Friday and … Read more

Toronto’s Cavalcade of Lights will illuminate Nathan Phillips Square on Saturday

The city of Toronto will begin the holiday season on Saturday night as its Cavalcade of Lights show begins on Nathan Phillips Square. The event will be celebrated with the first lighting of the city’s 58-meter Christmas tree at 5:15 p.m., as well as DJ skating parties and live entertainment. Guests can also experience tunnels … Read more

The Afghan prime minister is defending Taliban power in the midst of the crisis

KABUL, AFGHANISTAN – The Taliban Prime Minister of Afghanistan defended the group’s power in a public speech on Saturday, saying it was not to blame for the worsening economic crisis and is working to redress the corruption of the ousted government. He also resisted international pressure to form a more comprehensive government. The half-hour-long vote … Read more

Ottawa COVID-19 cases: Public health reports 45 new cases in the city

OTTAWA – Ottawa Public Health says 45 other people in Ottawa have tested positive for COVID-19 and one person has died. To date, OPH has reported 31,882 laboratory-confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the city. A death reported on Saturday, an 80-year-old man, brings the number of pandemic deaths in Ottawa to 618 residents. The number … Read more

Solomon Islands police found three bodies after violent protests

CANBERRA, AUSTRALIA – Solomon Islands police found three bodies in a burned-out building and arrested more than 100 people in this week’s violence over concerns about the Pacific state’s growing ties to China. According to Australian media, the bodies were found late Friday as riots and protests subsided. No other details were given. Authorities imposed … Read more