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Fuel tanker collision shuts down portion of Highway 6

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Fuel tanker collision shuts down portion of Highway 6

A 63-year-old woman is in critical condition following a serious collision on Highway 6 this morning.OPP Sergeant Kerry Schmidt says the crash involved a car that was making a left-hand turn at Book Road and a fully loaded fuel tanker, headed southbound.“There is no fuel spill of any type here, of the load, which is…

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Police investigate serious collision south of Fort Road

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Police investigate serious collision south of Fort Road

Police have blocked off an area south of Fort Road along 66 St. while they investigate a serious collision.It happened around 9:30 a.m. Sunday.At least three vehicles were involved in the crash. There’s no word yet on how many people were in the vehicles or the extent of their injuries.There may also be delays for…

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One person killed in a single vehicle rollover

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One person killed in a single vehicle rollover

Halton Regional Police say one person has been killed following a single vehicle rollover in Burlington.The incident happened at around 6 a.m. Saturday morning on Walkers Line, south of Britannia Road.Police have the area closed off at this time for an investigation.More to follow… © 2017 Global News, a division of Corus Entertainment Inc.

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Early morning fire significantly damages Halifax home

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Early morning fire significantly damages Halifax home

There were no injuries in an early morning fire in Halifax’s west end on Friday.Occupants of a home on the corner of Bayers Road and Romans Avenue managed to escape shortly after the fire broke out.Chuck Bezanson, division commander for Halifax Regional Fire and Emergency, said firefighters were called to the home shortly before 6 a.m.“Crews had to…

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Conflicting reports on new West Island train service

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Conflicting reports on new West Island train service

Depending on who you ask, it may be a little confusing to determine whether service will increase or not on the AMT’s Deux Montagnes line.Quebec research group IRIS recently published a report claiming there will be less capacity on the train line under La Caisse’s new REM electric train.The research group concludes the REM capacity…

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Open house for Mill Woods Town Centre redevelopment to accommodate Valley Line LRT

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Open house for Mill Woods Town Centre redevelopment to accommodate Valley Line LRT

The city hopes it has allayed fears that traffic in and around the Valley Line LRT, and the Grey Nuns Hospital will be taken care of when it shows off the updated redevelopment plans Thursday night for the Mill Woods Town Centre. Story continues below The proposed rezoning would allow the site to change over…

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SGI extends photo radar program

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SGI extends photo radar program

The Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) photo radar program has been extended indefinitely.The pilot project was supposed to end March 8, but will continue as SGI officials determine its effectiveness.READ MORE: SGI to review data on photo radar pilot program in Sask. Story continues below It was introduced in 2015 to slow down drivers.In Saskatoon, the project…

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RCMP investigate fatal collision east of Jasper

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RCMP investigate fatal collision east of Jasper

Highway 16 in the Jasper area was shut down to traffic early Sunday morning following a fatal collision just east of the mountain town.The two-vehicle crash happened on Highway 16 about 15 kilometres east of Jasper. RCMP released few details but said the crash happened between an eastbound and a westbound vehicle.Traffic was rerouted at…

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Heavy police presence in north Edmonton parking lot

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Heavy police presence in north Edmonton parking lot

A heavy police presence could be seen in a north Edmonton parking lot near 137 Ave. and 127 St. Saturday afternoon.Witnesses tell Global News it appears police are investigating the contents of a vehicle in a supermarket parking lot.Police have blocked off the area and are asking the public to stay away while they investigate.A…

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Free valet parking comes to Saint-Lambert AMT train station

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Free valet parking comes to Saint-Lambert AMT train station

Parking comes at a premium at many of the Agence métropolitaine de transport (AMT) train stations.Spaces fill up quickly, forcing drivers to search for spots on residential streets.To help make things easier, the commuter train network has started a valet parking pilot project at the south shore’s Saint-Lambert station. Story continues below Related AMT train delays testing…

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