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Your Saskatchewan – Saskatoon: October 2016

24/02/2019 Posted by admin

Every day on Global News at 6 and Global News at 10, we feature a viewer submitted photo for Your Saskatchewan.

To submit a picture for Your Saskatchewan, email to [email protected]长沙夜网.

Pictures should be at least 920 pixels wide and in jpeg format.

GALLERY: Your Saskatchewan – Saskatoon: September 2016

Oct. 1: This Your Saskatchewan photo was taken by Linda Coates near Leader.

Linda Coates / Viewer Supplied

Oct. 2: This Your Saskatchewan photo was taken by Lori Janzen at Outlook.

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Oct. 3: This Your Saskatchewan photo was taken by Gloria Allison near Watson.

Gloria Allison / Viewer Submitted

Oct. 4: Bonnie Evanochko took this Your Saskatchewan photo in Saskatoon.

Bonnie Evanochko / Viewer Submitted

Oct. 5: This Your Saskatchewan photo of the NESSAC cross country race near Star City on Tuesday, Oct. 4 was taken by Lyle Cowell.

Lyle Cowell / Viewer Submitted

Oct. 6: Mandy Melanson took this Your Saskatchewan photo in Saskatoon.

Mandy Melanson / Viewer Submitted

Oct. 7: This Your Saskatchewan photo was taken by Caroline Stewart in Cumberland House.

Caroline Stewart / Viewer Submitted

Oct. 8: This Your Saskatchewan photo was taken by Tracey Cholin on a snow day in Kerrobert.

Tracey Cholin / Supplied

Oct. 9: This Your Saskatchewan photo was taken by Carol Langenberger in Dalmeny.

Carol Langenberger / Supplied

Oct. 10: This Your Saskatchewan photo was taken by Rachel Vidak near St. Gregor.

Rachel Vidak / Supplied

Oct. 11: Daniel Bushman took this Your Saskatchewan photo at Waskesiu.

Daniel Bushman / Viewer Submitted

Your Saskatchewan October 12, 2016 Joan Beatty

Joan Beatty / Viewer Submitted

Oct. 13: This Your Saskatchewan photo was taken by Angelina Wiebe at Gruenfeldt.

Angelina Wiebe / Viewer Submitted

Oct. 14: Gwen Rudolph took this Your Saskatchewan photo at Turtle Lake.

Gwen Rudolph

Oct. 15: This Your Saskatchewan photo was taken by Keller Hache in Saskatoon.

Keller Hache / Supplied

Oct. 16: This Your Saskatchewan photo was taken by Brian Janz of Fort Qu’Appelle and Echo Lake.

Brian Janz / Supplied

Oct. 17: This Your Saskatchewan photo of a group of army cadets on their annual trip was taken by Tara Lowndes‎ at Anglin Lake.

Tara Lowndes / Supplied

Oct. 18: This Your Saskatchewan photo of the Hunter’s Supermoon was taken in Saskatoon by Taya Klath.

Taya Klath / Viewer Submitted

Oct. 19: This Your Saskatchewan photo was taken by Dianne Leier at Jumbo Beach where they saw approximately a foot of snow over the weekend.

Dianne Leier / Supplied

Oct. 20: Steve Jeffers took this Your Saskatchewan photo in Prince Albert.

Steve Jeffers / Viewer Submitted

Oct. 21: This Your Saskatchewan photo was snapped by Lori Janzen in Outlook.

Lori Janzen / Viewer Submitted

Oct. 22: This Your Saskatchewan photo was taken by Vaughn Williams in Regina.

Vaughn Williams / Supplied

Oct. 23: This Your Saskatchewan photo was taken by Stephanie Andersen near Naicam.

Stephanie Andersen / Supplied

Oct. 24: Kevin Schatkoske took this Your Saskatchewan photo in Saskatoon.

Kevin Schatkoske / Viewer Submitted

Oct. 25: This Your Saskatchewan photo of geese heading south was taken by Jessica Sehn in North Battleford.

Jessica Sehn / Viewer Submitted

Oct. 26: Kitiara Martens took this Your Saskatchewan photo near Petrofka.

Kitiara Martens / Your Saskatchewan

Oct. 27: This Your Saskatchewan photo was taken in Wilkie by Brayden Johnson.

Brayden Johnson / Viewer Submitted

Oct. 28: This Your Saskatchewan photo was taken by Darci McLashen in Saskatoon.

Darci McLashen / Viewer Submitted

Oct. 29: This Your Saskatchewan photo was taken by Sylvana Tu at the University of Saskatchewan.

Sylvana Tu / Supplied

Oct. 30: This Your Saskatchewan photo of Otter Lake was taken by Bill Feiereisen at Missinipe.

Bill Feiereisen / Supplied

Oct. 31: Adrienne Friesen took this Your Saskatchewan photo near Loon Lake.

Adrienne Friesen / Viewer Submitted

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  • Your Saskatchewan – Saskatoon: August 2016

‘Every kid deserves a bike’: 83-year-old Moncton grandmother on a mission

24/02/2019 Posted by admin

At 83 years of age, Barbara Elias feels like a kid every time her feet hit the pedals.

“I feel free. It’s like being in a sports car in slow motion.”

That’s why the Moncton grandmother is on a mission to share that sense of freedom with every child in her community.

In May, she started giving away free bicycles to underprivileged kids in Greater Moncton.

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“I live near a housing corp and there are a lot of poor children there,” Elias said. “I saw a little girl riding a bicycle. She was about 10 years old and she was riding a bike for a five-year-old and her knees were around he ears.

“I said, ‘darling, you need a new bike’ and she said, ‘yes but my daddy went away and my mommy can’t afford one.’”

Elias says she was heartbroken and became determined to find that young girl a bike.

“Every kid deserves a bike and I truly believe that.”

She posted her request on a “Pay it Forward” community Facebook page and, in no time, got a response.

“I asked for a bike and, would you believe it, I got several bikes. So I had to find kids that needed those bikes.”

From then on, she was truly on a roll.

With the help of a local bicycle co-op called La Bikery, Elias turned on her obvious charm and recruited volunteers to tune up her donated rides for free.

“If I see a kid who has gotten their bike stolen, I say, ‘stop crying, guy, come on over and I will give you a bike.’”

Krysta Cowling, who runs the bicycle co-op, often helps Elias refurbish the bicycles she collects.

“The passion that she has… She is just so willing to give. It is really special.”

Elias’ backyard shed is now overflowing with bikes of all shapes and sizes that are destined for proud new owners.

She even takes in helmet donations.

“Kids are not always fussy about wearing a helmet but grandma Barbara says yes. You want your bike? You’ve got to wear a helmet and it works.”

She’s been able to match 80 kids with bikes so far. She says seeing their faces makes life a beautiful ride.

“This is amazing. A 12-year-old kid, a little girl, never had a bike in her life and she got a bike. That’s freedom.”

Maryland cop accused of threatening to arrest woman for sitting on picnic table

24/02/2019 Posted by admin

A Maryland couple is asking for an apology after a local police officer allegedly threatened one of them with arrest for sitting on a picnic table.

Ronshell and Ernest Shockley were watching their 13-year-old son participate in a youth basketball game at a local park in the town of Berlin, Md. earlier this year when, they say, Lt. Jeffrey Lawson of the Berlin Police Department harassed Ronshell for where she was sitting.

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“When he got within arm’s reach of my wife, he put his finger in her face and said, ‘Sit down on that bench right,” said Ernest in an interview with WBAL.

The Shockleys said they were troubled by the officer’s tone and approach during the incident.

Ronshell, a local business owner, said she complied with his demand and asked him what rule or law she was violating.

“The next thing out of his mouth was, ‘Leave the park or I will arrest you,’” said Ernest. “I’m like, ‘You’re going to arrest us? Arrest us for what?’”

Signs listing the park rules do not mention or prohibit sitting on picnic tables, according to WBAL.

Signs listing the park rules do not mention or prohibit sitting on picnic tables.

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The couple said Lt. Lawson then called for backup.

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“I was shocked. I was embarrassed,” said Ronshell. “I was humiliated in front my children, my neighbourhood.”

The couple went to the Berlin police station to file a complaint but were allegedly told that because the chief wasn’t in the office, they wouldn’t be able to file their complaint.

Ronshell and Ernest then went to the home of Police Chief Arnold Downing to find him and were eventually able to file their complaint at the station.

Nearly four months after the incident, the Shockleys received a response from Downing.

“The investigation was completed by an independent agency (Worcester County Sheriff’s Office) which sustained that a violation of Berlin Police Department policy had occurred during the incident. The Berlin Police Department has taken corrective action with the officer involved.”

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WBAL reported the police department wouldn’t disclose what the corrective action was citing policies against the public information on police officers.

Global News reached out to the Sheriff’s Office for more information on their findings.

Lt. Edward Schreier at the Worcester County Sheriff’s Office called it a “personnel matter” and refused to discuss the issue.

“I was at a public facility, minding my own business, not violating any laws. He [Lt. Lawson] decided to harass me,” said Ronshell. “We want him reprimanded and we deserve an apology.

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Convicted Bosma killer and aviation empire heir Dellen Millard is broke, court hears

24/02/2019 Posted by admin

TORONTO —; A convicted killer who is heir to an aviation empire told court on Friday that has no money to pay for his defence in two upcoming murder trials.

Dellen Millard, who was convicted of first-degree murder along with Mark Smich in the death of Tim Bosma in June, told court he has filed for legal aid.

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Millard was in court as a judge tries to expedite the process for his legal aid application to ensure the two scheduled trials aren’t delayed.

READ MORE: Convicted Bosma killer Dellen Millard to apply for legal aid to help fund murder trials

Smich and Millard are scheduled to go to trial next September on first-degree murder charges in the death of Toronto woman Laura Babcock.

Millard is also charged with first-degree murder in the death of his father, Wayne Millard —; CEO of Millardair until his death in 2012 —; with that trial scheduled for March 2018.

Justice John McMahon held Friday’s court hearing to seek clarity on Millard’s finances because the convicted killer has yet to hire a lawyer for both upcoming trials.

Court heard Millard has a 50-per-cent stake in Millardair and Millard Properties, with his father’s estate owning the balance.

READ MORE: Tim Bosma’s convicted killers file notice of appeal with Ontario’s top court

Those companies are now in court-appointed receivership, which means their assets are effectively frozen.

The Bosma family has filed a $14-million lawsuit against Millard and Smich, but court heard that process remains at a standstill because of the receivership proceedings.

Bosma vanished in May 2013 after he took two strangers for a test drive in a truck he was trying to sell online. His remains were found in an animal incinerator – dubbed The Eliminator – that police located on Millard’s farm in southwestern Ontario.

A Hamilton jury found Millard and Smich guilty of first-degree murder.

READ MORE: ‘This does not bring Tim back’: Bosma’s widow speaks out after guilty verdicts

Millardair was founded in 1963 by Dellen Millard’s grandfather, Carl, who turned it into a multi-million dollar business – first shipping cargo and later as a passenger air transport service. After Carl died in 2006, his son Wayne took over.

Dellen Millard took control of Millardair after his father’s death, which was initially deemed a suicide. According to documents filed in commercial court, Millard is the beneficiary of his father’s estate.

However, Millard cannot inherit his father’s estate because he is charged with his murder.

Halloween on Netflix Canada: The best movies and TV for a spooky night

24/02/2019 Posted by admin

So what if you’re not into trick-or-treating or going to a Halloween party? There’s still plenty of candy for consumption at home on your couch, and thankfully Netflix Canada isn’t lacking for scary movies and TV shows.

From zombies to classic horror to the absolutely disgusting, Netflix Canada has you covered this Halloween.

READ MORE: 13 horror movies for Halloween that are actually scary

Here is a selection of what’s on offer (though the streaming service has many more titles to choose from).


A true-crime writer (Ethan Hawke) discovers a cache of videotapes depicting several brutal murders that took place in the very house he just bought.

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It Follows
After a sexual tryst, Jay (Maika Monroe) learns that her date has passed on a lethal curse that can only be shed by sleeping with another unsuspecting partner.

Now young adults, siblings Tim and Kaylie are still trying to recover from — and get to the bottom of — their parents’ deaths more than a decade ago.

Paranormal Activity 5: The Ghost Dimension
Terrifying “found footage” takes viewers on a chilling ride when the malevolent spirit returns for yet another supernatural rampage of horror and death.

The Witch
Believing that a witch has cursed their family, pilgrims homesteading on the edge of a primeval New England forest become increasingly paranoid.

Child’s Play 2 and 3
Chucky’s back. A toy manufacturer unwittingly resurrects the soul of the killer doll, who immediately returns to his homicidal ways.

The Human Centipede I – III
After their car breaks down in Germany, two female American tourists wind up at a remote villa and soon find themselves trapped in a nightmare.

The Purge: Anarchy
In this dark sequel, ordinary citizens do their best to survive during an annual 12-hour amnesty — when any criminal act can be committed.

TV Shows

The Walking Dead (Seasons 1 – 6)
Follow along with the survivors of a mass zombie apocalypse as they make their way through the world, just trying to survive without getting themselves killed.

Scream Queens (Season 1)
In this droll anthology series, killers hound the steps of a sorority president and her minions across different chapters of their lives.

Z Nation (Seasons 1 – 2)
A team embarks on a perilous cross-country mission to transport the one man who survived a deadly zombie virus, hoping he holds the key to a vaccine.

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Black Mirror (1 episode of Season 2 and Season 3)
This sci-fi anthology series explores a twisted, high-tech near-future where humanity’s greatest innovations and darkest instincts collide.

The Returned (Season 1)
Several people come back to their hometown in the same week after they’ve been dead for years.

Hannibal (Seasons 1 – 3)
Will’s (Hugh Dancy) mental decline results in tragedy and he desperately tries to prove he’s being framed by the real copycat killer.

For the kids (or the adult kids)

The Nightmare Before Christmas
Jack Skellington, the spindly king of Halloween Town, kidnaps Santa Claus and plans to deliver ghoulish gifts to children on Christmas morning.

Hotel Transylvania
Hotel Transylvania owner Dracula pulls double duty as an overprotective dad when an unwelcome suitor shows interest in his teenage daughter.

Power Rangers Samurai: Halloween Special
On Halloween night, the creepiest creatures from the Netherworld trade war stories about their battles with the Samurai Power Rangers.

Monster High: Haunted
Hearing that their old school is being haunted, Spectra Vondergeist and her pals head back to Monster High to get to the bottom of the scary spookiness.

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