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Friday January 5th 2018 

Showers or flurries. Wind gusting up to 70-110 km an hour. Temperature dropping to -3 this afternoon.

Dozens of people are ill & 2 people have died due to infection with E. coli which has been linked to contaminated romaine lettuce. Healthy adults usually recover within a week, but young children and older adults are more at risk. The Public Health Agency of Canada says consumers should dispose of any romaine lettuce they have at home.

No charges are expected after a young girl ran into traffic and was hit by a car. Police say the incident involving an 8 year old girl happened around 5:00PM Wednesday on Herring Cove Road. The child was not in the crosswalk when she was hit.



TOR 3 – SJ 2

MTL 2 – TB 1

EDM 2 – ANA 1

CGY 4 – LA 3


CAN 7 – CZE 2

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