Thursday, February 17, 2011
The Premier attracted protestors to Bill Mauro's nomination meeting. Members of the Ontario Public Service Employee Union picketed outside of the Da Vinci centre last night. Spokesperson Sandra Snider says they're taking a stand against the Province's tax cuts. Meanwhile, the Thunder Bay MPP defended the cuts saying they won't result in service cuts. Mauro accepted the nomination and will carry the Liberal banner in the provincial election.
Police are trying to decide their next step in the search for 15 year old Jordan Wabasse. Police spokesperson Chris Adams says the underwater search of the Kam River by the OPP dive team is over. He says the search will continue in some form. Meantime Adams says a ball cap was found in the area of the search...it's similar to the one Jordan had on the night he disappeared.
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