Fort McMurray Residents Airlifted to Escape Wildfire

Fort McMurray Residents Airlifted to Escape Wildfire

Wildfires blazing through Fort McMurray, in Alberta, Canada have forced more than 88,000 residents from their homes.¬†The fires affecting the area have grown to 328.2 square miles, which is approximately the size of Alberta’s largest city Calgary. The entire town has been evacuated due to the wildfires. There were about 17,000 residents who went north […]

Teenage Suicide Attempts Continue in Canadian Community

Teenage Suicide Attempts Continue in Canadian Community

On April 16, 2016, it was reported that five more teenagers tried to take their own lives among a Canadian community of native people. The tragedy unfolded in the Attawapiskat First Nation, according to first-hand reports by Chief Bruce Shisheesh. The Attawapiskat are a small Cree community located in the northern reaches of the province […]

13 Injured in Multi-Vehicle Collision [Update]

13 Injured in Multi-Vehicle Collision [Update]

On Sunday, April 3, 2016, Ontario Provincial police reported a multi-vehicle collision that included 20 vehicles. Although, the York Paramedic Services says there could be as many as 40 vehicles involved in the crash. All Northbound lanes on Highway 400 are closed near Lloydtown-Aurora Road in King Township. Police have reported that 13 people have […]