Friday, July 10, 2009
The second incident happened last night when a man entered Doolys on McDonald Street with a hand gun and demanded money.He is described as 6 feet tall, husky build with a buzz cut and dirty blonde hair.
There were no injuries during the incidents, and anyone with any information is asked to contact city police at 648-3333 or Crime Stoppers.
[The Scene of the Crash-----Photo by Mark McGraw]
RCMP are still working on determining what caused the three vehicle crack up on Highway One yesterday morning.Sgt. Steve Gourdeau tells CHSJ News, it's suspected to have been caused by human error, but the results of the reconstructionists report will not be available for a few days.The accident near the Dolan Road Irving yesterday was between a cement truck, a tractor trailer and a car, and sent one man to the hospital. His injuries are not believed to be serious.The scene required the Mounties to be on site for nearly 10 hours after the crash cleaning up debris.
Barry Boothman tells CHSJ News, GM has been able to emerge from bankruptcy protection much faster than anticipated, but is unsure what the public is going to think about it.
Boothman says eliminating brands now, and experimenting with greener automobiles is coming a little late. He says brands such as Pontiac should have been phased out 10 to 15 years ago.Boothman says it's going to be hard for GM to pay back their government loans quickly because their debt was in the area of $172 billion dollars including assets.
Stone says common council must be fully aware a tax rate increase is inevitable if they continue down their bumpy road.
The initial cuts to the school districts meant the loss of about 300 library assistants, teachers assistants, and behavioural intervention workers, while close to 300 more would have seen their hours reduced. Harding says she's working with government to see how the reversal of some cuts will work out by September.
The reason the national unemployment rate rose two-10ths of a point is that more Canadians began looking for work last month. But the labour market survey was less rosy as 47,500 full-time jobs disappeared in June as workers turned to part-time work and self-employment.
Chaundy says seniors are delaying their retirement, and that people between the age of 65 and 69 are staying in the work force. He says the number of seniors still working has doubled over the past several years.
So far, police have no suspects.
One man was taken to hospital, but his injuries are not believed to be serious. So far, no word on the cause of the crash.