Crossing Against a Red Light

Maria Taverniti December 10, 2014

Crossing against traffic.. just Don’t.

Texting And Driving

Mick Vashishth December 8, 2014

A moving video on the effects on texting and driving and what someone is trying to do about it.

Police launch investigation into Calgary’s worst driver

Maria Taverniti December 6, 2014

CALGARY- In the surveillance video above, the person driving the grey SUV is seen struggling for a long period of time to back out of the parking lot, while trying to avoid parked cars. The driver ends up hitting the red car behind it but keeps going, still having a hard time driving out of the lot. […]

Firefighters save woman trapped under TTC bus

Mick Vashishth December 5, 2014

  Firefighters work to rescue a woman who was stuck underneath a TTC bus Twitter user Emmademontbrun   TORONTO – Toronto Firefighters used blocks to lift up a TTC bus Friday in order to save a woman who was trapped for nearly a half hour. The woman is conscious and breathing but the extent of […]

OPP reports over 400 traffic calls during treacherous evening commute

Maria Taverniti December 2, 2014

  Viewer dashcam video screengrab shows a car slipping out of control on the 407 ETR Eastbound. YOUTUBE/Intercooled18T   The OPP is reporting a slew of highway accidents due to wintry conditions during the evening commute, telling CityNews they’ve received more than 400 calls with 80 per cent of them collision-related. Despite the high frequency […]

Minister Bergen Launches New Call for Proposals to Help Canadians with Disabilities Obtain Jobs

Mick Vashishth December 2, 2014

Organizations invited to apply for funding under reformed Opportunities Fund OTTAWA, Dec. 1, 2014 /CNW/ – Today, the Honourable Candice Bergen, Minister of State for Social Development, addressed the Fifth Annual Forum on Inclusion in Ottawa, just days ahead of International Day of Persons with Disabilities which occurs on December 3. Minister Bergen spoke about the fact that there are […]

Seatbelts and bike helmets can help prevent severe head injuries, experts say

Maria Taverniti November 14, 2014

Seatbelts and bike helmets can help prevent severe head injuries, experts say. WEDNESDAY, Nov. 12, 2014 (HealthDay News) — A new study of more than 43,000 children finds that falls are the most common cause of head injuries among younger kids. For children under the age of 2, falls accounted for 77 percent of head […]

Detergent pods poisoned more than 700 U.S. children in 2 years

Mick Vashishth November 10, 2014

CHICAGO – Accidental poisonings from squishy laundry detergent packets sometimes mistaken for toys or candy landed more than 700 U.S. children in the hospital in just two years, researchers report. Coma and seizures were among the most serious complications. The cases stem from the more than 17,000 poison centre calls about the products received in […]

Toronto TTC Bus Crash In Etobicoke Several Injured And 1 Person Dead

Maria Taverniti November 9, 2014

Police investigate a fatal crash between a car and a TTC bus on Kipling Avenue in Etobicoke on Nov. 9, 2014. CITYNEWS/Jason MacLellan One person is dead after a crash between a TTC bus and a car in Etobicoke early Sunday morning. The collision happened around 6 a.m. on Kipling Avenue at Brookmere Road, south […]

Mercedes-Benz Canada embraces life- saving QR code technology launched globally by Daimler

Mick Vashishth November 2, 2014

TORONTO, Oct. 30, 2014 /CNW/ – When an accident occurs and the vehicle is seriously damaged, the priority for the rescue services is to free the occupants. This can be extremely dangerous for both occupants and first responders since the vehicle is equipped with many potentially hazardous components such as high voltage wiring, fuel lines as well […]

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