Sunday, April 27, 2014

Potential For Televising Ontario Courts

Madeleine Meilleur 
Ontario Attorney General Madeleine Meilleur isn't sure if she wants to follow in her predecessor's footsteps when it comes to televising Ontario court cases. Speaking in Thunder Bay last week she says she'll have to bring herself up to speed on the subject. In 2007, former Attorney General Chris Bentley started a pilot project that temporarily put cameras in Ontario’s Court of Appeal.

Local Man Gets On Reality TV

A Thunder Bay man is set to appear on a reality television series to compete to own his own franchise. Aaron Gillingham will participate in the W Network TV show Be the Boss Canada, representing Joey's Restaurants. Gillingham says he already knows the outcome of the show, but is sworn to secrecy. The network will air his episode at 8:00 p.m. on Thursday, May 1st.

Canada Games Complex Evacuated

No one is seriously injured after a chemical spill at the Canada Games Complex. Fire officials say they found undiluted Javex in a water line in the hot tub area yesterday, which produced dangerous fumes. Complex workers evacuated the building as a result.