Tuesday, November 23, 2010
It appears two Timothy Findley books will not be banned by the Lakehead Public School Board. Trustees are being asked to keep the books by the Canadian author, in the system. Board vice-chair Karen Wilson, says the issue came up after one parent complained about the content. A special board committee concluded the books reflect real life.
A 23 year old man has died as a result of Sunday's two car collision on Dawson Road. Police Spokesperson Chris Adams says Justin Enge was the driver of one of the vehicles and succumbed to his injuries early yesterday morning. Adams says Enge lost control of his vehicle and crossed into oncoming traffic and was hit by a mini van. The other four people involved received non life threatening injuries.
The owner of the Loch Lomond Ski Resort has been charged in connection to a fatal accident. Last year a father and son were shocked when their ladder came into contact with a live power line while they were working on a roof. The son died of his injuries and Ward Bond has been charged with failing to ensure the workers didn't use a metal ladder and with not providing proper safety information.