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CTVNews.ca Top Stories DEVELOPING DEVELOPING | Tens of thousands without power in Ontario and Quebec after severe thunderstorms, tornado warnings The risk of tornados has passed, but severe thunderstorms across Ontario and Quebec left tens of thousands without power Friday after the region saw dozens of severe weather alerts. Ontario woman charged $5,000 for MacBook shipped to her home she didn’t order An Ontario woman said she was surprised when a laptop was delivered to her door that she didn’t order, but it had her address on the label. BREAKING BREAKING | Charges laid against billionaire Frank Stronach involve 3 women, date back to 1980: court documents Sexual assault charges laid against Canadian businessman Frank Stronach involve three women who police allege were victimized in 1980, 1986, and 2023, according to documents recently filed in a Brampton court. 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Kyiv calls it ‘absurd’ Russian President Vladimir Putin promised Friday to ‘immediately’ order a ceasefire in Ukraine and begin negotiations if Kyiv started withdrawing troops from the four regions annexed by Moscow in 2022 and renounced plans to join NATO. How that new Instagram feature may be using your data A new chatbot prompted some users to wonder how Meta’s AI systems use their data and what, if anything, they can do to opt out of the new feature. ‘A thief will think twice’: Some Torontonians installing bollards to prevent auto theft In the face of pervasive auto theft in Toronto, some residents are looking to retractable bollards to stand between their vehicle and potential thieves. Canada BREAKING BREAKING | Charges laid against billionaire Frank Stronach involve 3 women, date back to 1980: court documents Sexual assault charges laid against Canadian businessman Frank Stronach involve three women who police allege were victimized in 1980, 1986, and 2023, according to documents recently filed in a Brampton court. Crane ‘repeatedly left’ hanging over Vancouver home caused ‘considerable anxiety,’ lawsuit claims A Vancouver couple suffered “considerable anxiety” after a crane at a neighbouring construction site was repeatedly left dangling over their property, according to a lawsuit they filed against the developer. DEVELOPING DEVELOPING | Tens of thousands without power in Ontario and Quebec after severe thunderstorms, tornado warnings The risk of tornados has passed, but severe thunderstorms across Ontario and Quebec left tens of thousands without power Friday after the region saw dozens of severe weather alerts. ‘A thief will think twice’: Some Torontonians installing bollards to prevent auto theft In the face of pervasive auto theft in Toronto, some residents are looking to retractable bollards to stand between their vehicle and potential thieves. Ontario woman charged $5,000 for MacBook shipped to her home she didn’t order An Ontario woman said she was surprised when a laptop was delivered to her door that she didn’t order, but it had her address on the label. ‘It just caught my eye’: Funnel cloud spotted near Saltcoats, Sask. Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) issued a tornado warning Tuesday afternoon, however their ongoing investigation reports the stormy weather might have resulted in just funnel clouds. World Donald Trump’s 78th birthday becomes a show of loyalty for his fans and fellow Republicans Donald Trump spent the day before his 78th birthday being feted by Republicans in U.S. Congress who sang and presented him with a cake and gifts. U.S. accuses Iran of ‘nuclear escalations’ as tensions rise over program Iran has started up new cascades of advanced centrifuges and plans to install others in the coming weeks after facing criticism over its nuclear program, the United Nations’ atomic watchdog said Friday. ‘Under threat’: U.S. Navy faces intense combat against Yemen’s Iran-backed Houthi rebels The U.S. Navy prepared for decades to potentially fight the Soviet Union, then later Russia and China, on the world’s waterways. But instead of a global power, the Navy finds itself locked in combat with a shadowy, Iran-backed rebel group based in Yemen. U.S. court strikes down ban on rapid-fire gun accessories used in country’s deadliest mass shooting The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday struck down a Trump-era ban on bump stocks, a gun accessory that allows semi-automatic weapons to fire rapidly like machine guns and was used in the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history. South African President Cyril Ramaphosa set for re-election after dramatic last-minute coalition deal South African President Cyril Ramaphosa was expected to be re-elected for a second term Friday after his African National Congress party signed a last-minute coalition agreement with its long-time political rival during the first sitting of the new Parliament. Demolition of Parkland high school massacre site begins For six years, a building at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, where a gunman killed 17 people, was a nightmare frozen in time. Politics Canada’s defence investment in the Arctic puts it on track to meet NATO guideline, minister says Canada looks on track to meet NATO’s military spending guideline soon, Defence Minister Bill Blair said Friday, notably by boosting investment in the Arctic near its shared border with Russia as the region warms quickly due to climate change. Pope Francis to meet with Trudeau, lead session on artificial intelligence Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is headed into the second day of the G7 leaders’ summit, which will feature a special appearance by Pope Francis. NDP’s Jagmeet Singh says report shows ‘a number of MPs’ have helped foreign states NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh says a recent spy watchdog report shows a ‘number of MPs’ have knowingly provided help to foreign governments, behaviour he calls unethical or even illegal. Health Isaac the therapy dog turning 10 after hundreds of visits to kids at CHEO and Ronald McDonald House Isaac the yellow lab is about to turn 10 years old and has dedicated most of his life to bringing joy to children at Ronald McDonald House and CHEO, making an immeasurable difference when it’s needed most. It’s not your imagination. Men really do eat more meat than women, study says It’s a popular notion that men eat more meat than women. Now, new research says it’s true around the world. Unanimous U.S. Supreme Court preserves access to widely used abortion medication The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday unanimously preserved access to a medication that was used in nearly two-thirds of all abortions in the U.S. last year, in the court’s first abortion decision since conservative justices overturned Roe v. Wade two years ago. Sci-Tech How that new Instagram feature may be using your data A new chatbot prompted some users to wonder how Meta’s AI systems use their data and what, if anything, they can do to opt out of the new feature. What is Apple’s AI doing with your data? Apple’s splashy announcement at its Worldwide Developers Conference this week that it’s adding artificial intelligence to its products, and partnering with ChatGPT-maker OpenAI, has raised many questions about how Apple’s AI offerings will work. Who were the victims of Maya sacrifice? Ancient DNA reveals an unexpected finding A new analysis of ancient DNA from the ancient Maya city of Chichén Itzá in Mexico challenges long-held misconceptions about the victims of ritual sacrifice. Entertainment Darren Criss really named his second child Brother Celebrities who have given their children unique names is nothing new, but actor Darren Criss may have raised the bar. ‘The Boys,’ Amazon’s hit superhero satire show, will end with Season 5 “The Boys,” Amazon Prime Video’s epic superhero satire series, will end with its fifth season. ‘Pray for me… not against!’ Pope Francis tells star-studded cast of global comedians As world leaders gather in Italy for a summit addressing entrenched global crises, Pope Francis hosted an international gathering of a different sort on Friday to broadcast his own message – of the importance of humour. Business ‘It’s a death sentence’: Local Toronto grocery store told it can no longer serve coffee A cup of coffee is keeping a small business in Toronto alive – but it could also be a death sentence. Shipping industry looks for consensus on sustainable fuels ahead of net-zero goals Global shippers convened in Montreal on Thursday to sort out which sustainable fuels their vessels should use — a key question given that boats built today will still be running in 2050. Maker of Jeep and Dodge plans to kill chrome on cars, citing risks to those who make it Chrome’s century-long reign as that added bit of flash and glamour on new cars may be coming to an end. For least one major auto maker, environmental and serious health concerns are outweighing its aesthetic appeal. Lifestyle ‘You go and do your job and get out’: Volunteer firefighter has been with N.B. department for 60 years A New Brunswick man has been a volunteer firefighter for 60 years. Double take: 23 sets of twins graduate from single middle school Twenty-three sets of twins have graduated from a Massachusetts middle school, making up about 10% of the eighth-grade class. Shake Shack officially opens first Canadian location in downtown Toronto Shake Shack’s world-famous crinkle-cut fries and smash burgers have finally arrived in Canada. Sports Connor McDavid’s public school teachers reflect on his early focus & skill amid NHL playoffs At Clearmeadow Public School, McDavid’s former teachers fondly remember him as a standout student, even at a young age. Halifax Tides FC: Northern Super League announces East Coast team’s name, new logo The name and logo of Halifax’s first-ever professional women’s soccer team was revealed Thursday night during a launch event in the city. Big boost to Edmonton economy during Oilers playoff run Locals and visitors to Edmonton have spent $179 million in the first three rounds of the Stanley Cup playoffs. Autos ‘A thief will think twice’: Some Torontonians installing bollards to prevent auto theft In the face of pervasive auto theft in Toronto, some residents are looking to retractable bollards to stand between their vehicle and potential thieves. Maker of Jeep and Dodge plans to kill chrome on cars, citing risks to those who make it Chrome’s century-long reign as that added bit of flash and glamour on new cars may be coming to an end. For least one major auto maker, environmental and serious health concerns are outweighing its aesthetic appeal. Tesla shareholders approve CEO Musk’s US$56 billion pay, company’s move to Texas Tesla shareholders approved CEO Elon Musk’s US$56 billion pay package, the electric vehicle-maker said on Thursday, a big thumbs-up to his leadership and an enticement for keeping his focus on his biggest source of wealth. Local Spotlight ‘Too much warming’: Polar bears in Hudson Bay could go extinct by 2030s if global temperatures continue to increase If certain goals that are in the Paris Climate Accord aren’t met, the existence of polar bears in the Hudson Bay may come to an end. Swift Current offers to temporarily rename itself if Taylor Swift returns to Sask. In an attempt to invite one of the most popular recording artists in the world to the land of living skies – the City of Swift Current has offered to rename itself in honour of Taylor Swift. Adult dogs, puppies arrive in Moncton from Manitoba in search of forever homes More than a dozen dogs arrived by Cargojet early Thursday morning to the People for Animal Wellbeing Shelter to find a permanent place to call home in New Brunswick. Video captures whale breaching off Peggy’s Cove, N.S. Peggy’s Cove, N.S., is one of the most famous locations in the Maritimes. Recent visitors were treated to more than just the iconic landmark. Hundreds of fans line up to meet the Trailer Park Boys at promotional event Hundreds of fans lined up to meet the Trailer Park Boys in Dartmouth, N.S., Tuesday, as Ricky, Bubbles and Julian promoted their new brand of potato chips. ‘Nothing a little duct tape won’t fix’: Bear breaks into northern Ont. woman’s car, destroys interior before taking nap Car break-ins plague Canadians across the country, but instead of worrying about theft, a northern Ontario woman is cleaning up a big mess that she says will not be covered by insurance after a black bear broke into her Honda Civic and took a nap. Albertans attempt to build the world’s tallest Popsicle stick structure Members of a Hutterite colony in southern Alberta have potentially built the world’s tallest structure made of Popsicle sticks. After 300 days in a B.C. shelter, this dog finally found his forever home A dog who spent the first three-and-a-half years of his life suffering and almost a year at a shelter has found his forever home, according to the BC SPCA. Great-grandma celebrates 108th birthday in Vancouver In most families, ringing in a 100th birthday is a massive milestone. Minni Pelman’s family certainly thinks so – as they celebrate her 108th birthday in the park outside her building. Vancouver Crane ‘repeatedly left’ hanging over Vancouver home caused ‘considerable anxiety,’ lawsuit claims A Vancouver couple suffered “considerable anxiety” after a crane at a neighbouring construction site was repeatedly left dangling over their property, according to a lawsuit they filed against the developer. Dramatic crash in Burnaby sent 2 to hospital, led to power outage A dramatic crash caught on camera in Burnaby on Thursday afternoon sent two people to the hospital with minor injuries. B.C. may join court challenge of federal equalization payments, Eby says British Columbia Premier David Eby has found an ally in his claims of unequal funding from the federal government: Newfoundland and Labrador. Toronto BREAKING BREAKING | Charges laid against billionaire Frank Stronach involve 3 women, date back to 1980: court documents Sexual assault charges laid against Canadian businessman Frank Stronach involve three women who police allege were victimized in 1980, 1986, and 2023, according to documents recently filed in a Brampton court. ‘A thief will think twice’: Some Torontonians installing bollards to prevent auto theft In the face of pervasive auto theft in Toronto, some residents are looking to retractable bollards to stand between their vehicle and potential thieves. Ontario’s newest provincial park will open on Canada Day as work continues on permanent vision for site Ontario is planning to open its newest provincial park to the public free of charge on Canada Day as work continues on forming a permanent vision for the site. Calgary Work resumes on broken feeder main; water restrictions remain in place Work to repair Calgary’s broken water feeder main has resumed after two workers were injured on Wednesday night. Fueling Brains Academy says handbook clause raising parent’s ire was ‘improperly included’ A Calgary father voiced his concern about a waiver he was asked to sign by Fueling Brains Academy, the company at the centre of last year’s massive E.coli outbreak that spread to daycares around the city. Panthers hold on to beat Oilers 4-3 and take 3-0 lead in Stanley Cup Final Connor McDavid’s dream of hoisting a Stanley Cup this spring is turning into a nightmare. Sergei Bobrovsky made 32 saves as the Florida Panthers held on to defeat the Edmonton Oilers 4-3 on Thursday and take a 3-0 chokehold in the best-of-seven title series. Ottawa Worker’s fingers injured after hand got stuck in machine in Ottawa’s east-end The Ottawa Paramedic Service says a worker sustained injury to his fingers after his hand got stuck in machinery at his workplace in the early hours of Friday morning in the city’s east-end. Off to mainly cloudy Friday in Ottawa, here’s when the rain begins The capital woke up to a mainly cloudy day this Friday after an eventful night with thunderstorms. Falling tree from storm leaves uninsured driver with minor injuries in Augusta Township The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) says a driver not only sustained minor injuries during Thursday’s storm, but is also facing charges in Augusta Township. 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Gas prices increased slightly overnight in New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island, while there was no change in regular self-serve gasoline in Nova Scotia. ‘I’m going to be rich’: Glace Bay, N.S., man wins $1M Maxmillions prize A Glace Bay, N.S., man is $1 million richer after his numbers were selected in the May 28 Lotto Max draw. Uncovered debris a growing problem for N.S. community Erosion is uncovering large amounts of junk in Hartlen Point just outside Eastern Passage, N.S. Winnipeg RCMP won’t be able to talk to bus driver in deadly Carberry crash As the first anniversary of the Carberry crash approaches, Manitoba RCMP provided an update on the investigation and how the first responders are doing a year later. Which streets will be shut down for Sunday’s Manitoba Marathon Runners are set to pound the pavement Sunday for the annual Manitoba Marathon. ‘A sureal experience’: Manitoban watches tornado touch down beside him, obliterate property A low pressure system tracking in from Saskatchewan Wednesday night triggered a spurt of tornado warnings across southwestern Manitoba. Regina ‘Not bad people’: Regina’s homeless dejected after permanent shelter plan scrapped by council People in need of housing are feeling dejected by Regina city council’s decision to scrap opening a permanent emergency shelter near the corner of Albert Street and Dewdney Avenue. Queen City Pride bans SaskParty and law firm from participating in weekend parade The Queen City Pride Parade is taking place on Saturday and some people will be banned from participating. How that new Instagram feature may be using your data A new chatbot prompted some users to wonder how Meta’s AI systems use their data and what, if anything, they can do to opt out of the new feature. Kitchener ‘I burst into tears’: Stratford widow asks thief to return late husband’s ashes after break-in A Stratford widow says she’s heartbroken after she says her late husband’s ashes went missing after a break-in. ‘It was me’: Video shows moment University of Waterloo attacker admits to triple stabbing Disturbing evidence is being shared for the first time of the 2023 attack at the University of Waterloo, including audio of the triple stabbing and a surprising confession. Federal offender wanted on Canada-wide warrant The Repeat Offender Parole Enforcement (R.O.P.E.) Squad is requesting the public’s help in locating Sean Robertson, who is wanted on a Canada-wide warrant for breach of his statutory release. Saskatoon The Saskatoon driver charged in a fatal crash this week was granted bail A Saskatoon man charged in connection to a fatal crash in the Kelsey Woodlawn area was granted bail on Thursday. ‘Need to go further’: Saskatoon bus drivers’ union pushes back on new transit safety plan Saskatoon Transit unveiled a new plan Thursday to address safety concerns on buses and at terminals, but the union representing its drivers says the plan falls short of what’s needed right now. How that new Instagram feature may be using your data A new chatbot prompted some users to wonder how Meta’s AI systems use their data and what, if anything, they can do to opt out of the new feature. Northern Ontario Tribunal rejects northern Ont. woman’s complaint that masking rules violated her human rights A Timmins-area woman who was refused access to a medical appointment during the COVID-19 pandemic because she refused to wear a mask has lost her human rights complaint. Sault crash sends person on mobility scooter to hospital A person on a mobility scooter was seriously after being hit by a vehicle in Sault Ste. Marie on Thursday afternoon, police say. Ontario woman charged $5,000 for MacBook shipped to her home she didn’t order An Ontario woman said she was surprised when a laptop was delivered to her door that she didn’t order, but it had her address on the label. London Ontario Fire Marshal’s office notified after structure fire at century home A structure fire in Middlesex Centre has closed down a section of Carriage Road. According to OPP Carriage Road is closed between Sharon Drive and Westminster Drive. One person sent to hospital after fire in northwest London Damage is estimated around $100,000 after a fire at a townhouse in London Thursday night. Crews were called to the scene on Chapman Court around 10:15 p.m. Federal offender wanted on Canada-wide warrant The Repeat Offender Parole Enforcement (R.O.P.E.) Squad is requesting the public’s help in locating Sean Robertson, who is wanted on a Canada-wide warrant for breach of his statutory release. Barrie Hydro crews dispatched as thousands still without power Severe storm knocked down trees onto power lines across central Ontario Thursday. Orillia police busted two senior men on impaired driving charges Speed enforcement and R.I.D.E. checks nabbed two drivers Wednesday. Connor McDavid’s public school teachers reflect on his early focus & skill amid NHL playoffs At Clearmeadow Public School, McDavid’s former teachers fondly remember him as a standout student, even at a young age. Windsor Mom arrested in abduction of 8-year-old son Windsor police have charged a 40-year-old woman in connection with the abduction of her 8-year-old son. Spits open new OHL season against Sarnia The Windsor Spitfires will host Kitchener in the home opener of the 2024/25 season on Sept. 28. Just ahead of Windsor’s first game at the WFCU Centre, the Spits will visit Sarnia for the Sting home opener on Sept. 27. Roundabout construction to close County Road 42 and Banwell Road for three months A busy county intersection will be closed for three months for roundabout construction. Vancouver Island B.C. may join court challenge of federal equalization payments, Eby says British Columbia Premier David Eby has found an ally in his claims of unequal funding from the federal government: Newfoundland and Labrador. Crane ‘repeatedly left’ hanging over Vancouver home caused ‘considerable anxiety,’ lawsuit claims A Vancouver couple suffered “considerable anxiety” after a crane at a neighbouring construction site was repeatedly left dangling over their property, according to a lawsuit they filed against the developer. Bear trapped in B.C. garage attempted to claw its way out, RCMP say An intruder caused quite a bit of damage to a garage in Port Coquitlam Thursday morning, according to local Mounties. Kelowna Pedestrian struck, killed by train in B.C. Interior One person is dead after being struck by a train in Kamloops Thursday morning. Targeted shooting in Penticton, B.C., under investigation: RCMP Mounties in Penticton say they’re investigating a shooting that police believe was targeted. B.C. deer fatally tramples dog, injures woman while protecting fawn A dog was killed and a woman injured by a deer in West Kelowna Monday night, prompting a warning from B.C. conservation officers. Lethbridge Westbound Whoop-Up Drive expected to be a slow go Friday due to patching work Lethbridge commuters who use Whoop-Up Drive may want to switch up their routes Friday morning. Water levels in southern Alberta reservoirs creep towards normal Southern Alberta reservoirs are filling up as the spring melt comes to an end. Lethbridge Fire and Emergency Services finding new methods to conserve water Water is an indispensable tool for fighting fires, but lower-than-normal water levels have inspired Lethbridge Fire and Emergency Services (LFES) to find ways to save on water usage. Sault Ste. Marie Sault crash sends person on mobility scooter to hospital A person on a mobility scooter was seriously after being hit by a vehicle in Sault Ste. Marie on Thursday afternoon, police say. Sudbury area safety blitz sees 12 commercial vehicle taken off the road A three-day safety blitz performed by Sudbury and provincial police alongside the Ministry of Transportation saw 12 commercial vehicles taken off the road and dozens of charges laid. Top archers descend on the Sault this weekend for provincial championship Dozens of Ontario’s top young archers will be in the Sault this weekend as the city hosts this year’s provincial archery championship. N.L. Feuding Labrador Indigenous groups — one recognized, one not — celebrate court ruling A Federal Court judge has dismissed a bid by Labrador’s Innu Nation to throw out an agreement involving the NunatuKavut Community Council, but both groups claim the ruling is a win. United flight to Paris diverts to Newfoundland, passengers forced to sleep on benches and floor Border agents in Gander, N.L., were unavailable or unwilling to process passengers on a diverted flight from Washington to Paris early Monday. N.L. launching disability benefit to top up federal program and create basic income The government of Newfoundland and Labrador is launching a disability benefit that will top up the federal government’s recently announced aid program. 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