Vehicles drive around beloved woman as she lay dying on the road after hit-and-run

  CTV News 

Image source :

As a 36-year-old beloved member of the local street community in Oshawa lay dying on the road after being struck by a car in a hit-and-run, police say several vehicles drove around the woman without stopping to help.

▶ Full story on
▼ Related news : 

Times Colonist  

The Star  


Toronto Sun  

Calgary Herald  


Global News  


Latest news and headlines !
  TORONTO — Ontario’s elementary teachers will soon be ramping up their work-to-rule campaign. The Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario says it...
  Blame it on Mary Beary. It seems Campbell River has its own answer to the celebrity British baker of similar name, an expert who knows exactly what she likes. Except the...
  Tenants displaced by a massive fire-alarm fire at a North York high-rise last month will hold a protest today as they demand greater supports from...
  As the strikes entered a third day Saturday, tourists and shoppers faced shuttered subway lines around Paris and near-empty train stations.
  The utility says the deal, which still requires court approval, represents a key step in leading it out of Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
  Now stans will know. View Entire Post ›
  The timing could not have been better. It was a mere 10 days after the federal election that former prime ministers Jean Chretien and Stephen Harper were at the Hyatt to discuss the...
  Hundreds of disadvantaged children and their families enjoyed the true meaning of Christmas Nov. 30 by attending Theatre Calgary’s A Christmas Carol. The iconic...
  Here's a list of showtimes for Christmas classics like 'Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer,' 'Frosty' and 'A Christmas Carol,'...
  You don't have to break the bank to give thoughtful — and practical — gifts.
  Catch up on all the big stories that happened this week in Montreal.
About - Privacy & Terms -
Copyright © 2015