One night in the summer of 2005, Darrell Bricker heard a strange sound coming from his basement. When he investigated, he discovered what he called as a “geyser” of water coming up from the floor. “I tried to stop it but I obviously couldn’t,” he said. “I went and bought a wet-dry shop vac. I spent the better part of the night vacuuming this water and dumping out the bucket.”
Three young offenders have been charged with first degree murder in relation to the death of 17-year-old Andrew Dowden.
The mystery of who is solved. The mystery of how, though, has onlookers scratching their heads. Since 39 rock sculptures were found in the Humber River near the Old Mill on the weekend, 48-year-old Toronto photographer Peter Riedel has been identified as the creator. What still has people puzzling is just how they stay standing so precariously “without glue.”
A 17-year-old boy found dead in the Humber River July 30 was killed by gunshot wounds, autopsy results reveal.
Toronto’s major watersheds have become the focal point of fifth-anniversary celebrations for Ontario’s Greenbelt initiative.