The Smith Falls police service is asking for your help in locating a woman whose been missing for over a month.

Police say there have been sightings of 56 year old Christine Cutler in Kingston, over the past few days.

Cutler is known to frequent public libraries and city facilities.

She’s described as white, 5 foot 5, 2 hundred and 25 pounds with collar length brown and grey hair.

Ms. Cutler wears glasses and walks with the assistance of a cane.

Smith Falls police would like to located Christine Cutler and check on her well-being.

Anyone with information is being asked to call police.


Ottawa police say there could be more victims after four people were charged in a human trafficking investigation.

Investigators say a 27-year-old man, a 16-year-old girl, and a boy and a girl who are both 15 are facing a total of 17 charges.

Police say there are several alleged victims — at least one who is underage.


Ottawa police are searching for a third suspect, after a gunpoint robbery inside a downtown parking garage.

Police say the two victims were approached by three people in the George Street parking garage on Monday around 10:30 at night.

One of the suspects flashed a gun, and robbed one of the victims of some personal items.

The second person was able to escape and call police.

There were no injuries.

Police have charged 18 year old Scotty Piverger, and a 16 year old boy with a number of offenses including robbery with an offensive weapon.

Ottawa police are continuing to search for the 3rd person involved.

Anyone with information is being asked to call police.


There’s changes coming to Ontario’s licence plates.

Premier Doug Ford hasn’t said what the design change will be.

He says it will be detailed in the budget on April 11th, and it will come at no cost to taxpayers.

The premier’s office has said new designs being considered include one of the Progressive Conservative’s campaign slogans — “Open For Business” — which could end up on commercial plates.


The S-N-C-Lavalin affair was behind yet another shakeup Tuesday night with the prime minister’s announcement he has booted two former cabinet ministers from the Liberal caucus.

Justin Trudeau has decided to expel Jody Wilson-Raybould and Jane Philpott from caucus and will not allow them to run under the Liberal banner in the fall election.

The move follows two months of government turmoil over the ex-attorney general’s allegations of political interference by the Prime Minister’s Office in the criminal prosecution of S-N-C.

Trudeau said Wilson-Raybould’s secret recording of a December phone call with the clerk of the Privy council was “unconscionable.”

And he said Philpott was kicked out because she declared she had lost confidence in him personally over his handling of the S-N-C file


Monday is the day Canadian astronaut David Saint-Jacques will have his first spacewalk outside the International Space Station.

The Canadian Space Agency says he will work with NASA colleague Anne McClain to connect jumper cables that will give an alternative power source for the 17-metre Canadarm2 — a robotic hand that is crucial to maintaining the orbiting lab.

The two astronauts will also “upgrade the ISS’s wireless communications system” and install other equipment used for experiments.


China has issued a non-compliance order to a third, unnamed Canadian canola exporter, citing alleged quality concerns.

It is the latest development in an escalating feud with China, which many believe stems from Canada’s December arrest of a Chinese tech executive wanted by the U-S on fraud charges.

Beijing suspended the canola-seed sale permits of two other Canadian firms last month.

China imported 2.7-billion dollars worth of Canadian canola seed last year.


American actresses Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman are among several parents expected in a Boston federal court today to face charges that they participated in a wide-ranging U-S college admissions cheating scam.

Loughlin’s fashion designer husband Mossimo Giannulli is also expected to appear.

Loughlin and her husband are accused of paying a half-million dollars to have their two daughters labelled as recruits to the University of Southern California crew team, even though neither girl rowed.

Huffman is accused of paying 15-grand she disguised as a charitable donation to cheat on her daughter’s college entrance exam.


Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders is leading American Democratic presidential candidates in the early money chase with more than 18-million dollars in contributions during the first seven weeks of his candidacy.

Another senator, California’s Kamala Harris, reports an impressive 12-million-dollar haul.

Mayor Pete Buttigieg of South Bend, Indiana, had perhaps the most surprising results with seven-million — possibly enough to get him a spot on the summer debate stages.


Theresa May is looking for another Brexit delay.

The British prime minister also says she will make a deal with the opposition Labour Party in a bid to break the impasse in Parliament.

May made the announcement after the European Union’s chief negotiator warned that the U-K is on the verge of a chaotic and costly exit from the E-U.

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