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The CJLO news team brings you the hottest stories in the city! Catch the latest news segments and articles here or view the complete list.


October 30th, 2014

Hosted by: Marilla Steuter-Martin

Stories by: Marilla Steuter-Martin, Celeste Lee 

Produced by: Emeline Vidal


News for October 29th 2014

Volcano eruption in Hawaii

by Julia Bryant

 

Citizens are evacuating the village of Pahoa in Hawaii because of a recent volcano eruption.

According to BBC News, lava from the nearby Kilauea volcano is advancing at about five to ten yards an hour.


October 29th, 2014

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Hosted by: Jocelyn Beaudet

Stories by: Julia Bryant & Sam Obrand

Produced by: Julia Bryant


5 Must See Canadian Horror Films

With Halloween just days away, it’s time to settle in for some cold nights and some good horror. While you can never quite go wrong with classics of the genre, whether Universal monsters, 80s slasher or contemporary torture porn, part of fear and part of horror is diving into the unknown. While Canadian cinema does not have a particularly strong reputation in the minds of its citizens, Canada has always had a flair for genre cinema and horror in particular. Maybe it’s the history of surviving the unknown and often frightening elements, as well as the detached sense of dislocated identity associated with being so close to United States.


October 28, 2014

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Hosted by Danny Aubry

Stories by Omar Megahed, Danny Aubry & Alexa Everett

Produced by Tom Matukala


News for October 27th 2014

Death in St-Alexis after car crashes into house

by Julia Bryant

 

A woman is dead after a car crashed into her house in St-Alexis, Quebec on Sunday morning.

According to CBC, her husband was severely injured in the crash.


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Hosted by Alexa Everett

Stories by Emeline Vidal & Catlin Spencer 

Produced by Sam Obrand 


News for October 24th 2014

No evidence of Islamist ties to Ottawa shooting

By Marilla Streuter-Martin

 

Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird made a statement Thursday saying that as of yet, there is no evidence tying Ottawa shooter Michael Zehaf-Bibeau to Islamist extremists.

According to the BBC, Zehaf-Bibeau was not identified on the Canadian spy agency's list of high-risk individuals prior to the attack.


October 24, 2014

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Hosted by Catlin Spencer

Stories by Marilla Steuter-Martin & Patricia Petit Liang

Produced by Patricia Petit Liang


News for October 23rd 2014

Shooting in Ottawa

By Marilla Streuter-Martin

 

The nation's capital was thrown into chaos Wednesday when an armed gunman shot and killed a member of the Canadian Forces and then began shooting on parliament hill.

According to the CBC, shooter Michael Zehaf-Bibeau was killed in the Centre block by a parliamentary guard.

The building and the surrounding area was on lockdown for the better part of the day while police handled the situation.

Victim Cpl. Nathan Cirillo was pronounced dead after being rushed by ambulance away from the scene at the Canadian War Memorial.

Prime Minister Stephen Harper addressed the nation live Wednesday evening, calling the shooting an act of terror.


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Hosted by:Celeste Lee

Stories by: Marilla Steuter-Martin, Emeline Vidal

Produced by: Emeline Vidal


News for October 22nd 2014

Possible misuse of contractors

by Marilla Streuter-Martin

 

Quebec's anti-corruption unit raided eight Montreal homes, Tuesday.

According to CBC News, this development may be related to an investigation regarding misuse of contractors paid by the Jewish General Hospital.


October 22nd 2014

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Hosted by Jocelyn Beaudet

Stories by Marilla Steuter-Martin

Produced by Julia Bryant


News for October 21st 2014

US labelling laws found to be biased

by Alexa Everett

 

The United State’s meat labelling laws have been overturned after the World Trade Organization ruled them discriminatory against Canada’s beef and pork industries.

According to the Toronto Star, America’s labelling laws were biased against exports from Canada and Mexico, giving preferential treatment to its own meat and costing the Canadian industry over a billion dollars a year. 


October 21. 2014

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Hosted by Danny Aubry

Storied by  Alexa Everett, Danny Aubry & Omar Megahed

Produced by Tom Matukala 


News for October 20th 2014

Hunters allowed on Heron Island

by Julia Bryant

 

The Quebec government has announced that hunters will be allowed on Montreal’s Heron Island for the first time.

According to CBC news, the small island in the Saint Lawrence River has experienced a large growth in their white-tailed deer population.


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Hosted by Alexa Everett

Stories by Emeline Vidal & Catlin Spencer

Produced by Sam Obrand 


October 17, 2014

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Hosted by Catlin Spencer

Stories by Pauline Nesbitt & Patricia Petit Liang

Produced by Patricia Petit Liang


October 16th. 2014

Hosted by: Celeste Lee

Stories by: Marilla Steuter-Martin, Celeste Lee

Produced by: Emeline Vidal


October 15, 2014

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Hosted by Jocelyn Beaudet

Stories by Sam Obrand & Julia Bryant

Produced by Julia Bryant


October 14th, 2014

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Hosted by: Danny Aubry

Stories by: Alexa Everett, Omar Megahed, Danny Aubry

Produced by: Emeline Vidal


October 10, 2014

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Hosted by Marilla Steuter-Martin

Stories by Pauline Nesbitt & Patricia Petit Liang

Produced by Marilla Steuter-Martin & Patricia Petit Liang


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Hosted by: Celeste Lee

Stories by: Marilla Steuter-Martin, Celeste Lee

Produced by: Emeline Vidal


October 8, 2014

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Hosted by Jocelyn Beaudet

Stories by Julia Bryant & Sam Obrand

Produced by Marilla Steuter-Martin & Julia Bryant


October 7, 2014

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Hosted by Danny Aubry

Stories by Danny Aurbry, Alexa Everett & Omar Megahed

Produced by Marilla Steuter-Martin & Tom Matukala 


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