Police in Toronto have found an 11-year-old girl who
had been missing since Friday night.
Police say they found Patricia Pirko, who goes by the name of
Cintia, walking down a street in Toronto's west-end,
not far from where she was last seen Friday night.
They say the girl is in good health and that no charges are
Police had officers out on Saturday searching wooded areas and
apartment buildings to try to find her.
(The Canadian Press)
Toronto police are looking for the man alleged to have sexually assaulted a woman on Highway 27 at the West Humber Trail bridge.
The alleged assault happened Friday night around 9:30 p.m.
A 22 year-old woman was walking on the bridge and was approached from behind by a man with a bicycle.
It's alleged that the man caught up to the woman and sexually assaulted her, before riding off down the trail foot path.
The suspect is described as 5'6 with a medium build and a light brown complexion. He's thought to be in his mid to late 20s and may have had a chin strap beard.
The suspect also may have been wearing a red turban at the time with a blue shirt and spoke with a raspy voice.
A former Argonauts cheerleader who was seriously injured in Croatia is back home.
24-year-old Anna Leibenko landed at Pearson Airport this morning and was sent straight to Sunnybrook hospital.
Leibenko was on vacation when she fell from a catamaran and hit her head on a ledge. She then fell into the ocean.
The Thornhill woman has been in hospital on life support in Split, Croatia since the accident last month. Leibenko has brain injuries and fractures to her skull and face.
A website set up to raise funds to bring her back home has raised $140,000 so far.
As of today, you will no longer have to run for your remote when the commercials come on, to turn down your TV.
New rules are in effect that require digital broadcasters to maker sure TV programs and ads are at the same volume level.
Last year, the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission got about 7,000 responses from viewers who said ads were too loud.
The commission says an international standard for measuring TV signals will apply to regulate fluctuations in loudness.