Thursday, September 8, 2011
A total of 335-charges were laid by OPP officers.
263-of the charges were for speeding.
Police also dealt with several liquor licence act violations, with 34-charges laid.
11-people were arrested for impaired driving.
Ofther offences included not wearing a seatbelt, drug possession, and driving while suspended.
Local organizer Laurine Goerzen says "To date we have raised over $356,000 for innovative cancer research."
Participants are encouraged to pick up their pledge sheets and join other communities across Canada to raise donations for cancer research. Registration is at Valleyview School from 9 a.m. to noon on September 18th.
For more information call 807-548-1794
Josh Bell-Webster, of the Ontario Colleges Athletics Association,says many athletic directors in the schools are support staff workers.
The OCAA represents about 4,000 college athletes in men's and women's soccer, rugby, cross country, golf and women's fastball.Five members of the association's seven-person executive board are on picket lines.They're part of OPSEU, which represents about 8,000 cleaners,food service staff and registration officers at 24 community colleges in the province.
Kienan Hebert was last seen Tuesday night wearing blue Scooby-Doo shorts when his family put him to bed. He was reported missing yesterday morning.
After investigating the home, police are now referring to the red-headed Caucasian boy as an ``abducted'' child. They're on the hunt for 46-year-old Randall Hopley -- a person of interest in the case who is not related to Kienan.