(CNN)Police are searching for a suspect after a shooting Wednesday left one person dead and three injured in Ottawa.Police tweeted they believe the shooting was targeted. They’ve given no description of the suspect.This is not considered an active-shooter situation, police said in a statement. They’ve urged residents to avoid the area.Officers responded to a call of shots fired downtown shortly after 7:30 a.m., Ottawa Police Acting Inspector Francois D’aoust told reporters.They found four victims with gunshot wounds at a home. One person died at the scene.One victim is a 15-year-old boy, Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario tweeted. He is in stable condition at the hospital.The other two victims are in critical condition at The Ottawa Hospital, spokeswoman Michaela Schreiter told CNN.Anyone with information about the incident or suspect are asked to contact the Major Crime Unit of Ottawa Police Service or call 613-236-1222, extension 5493.
Catherine Steatt-Mueller, 62, was staying with her parents on Red Pine Island in Rainy Lake for a family reunion when the bear killed her Sunday, Ontario Provincial Police said.
Kam McLeod, 19, and Bryer Schmegelsky, 18, had been charged with second-degree murder in connection with the death of a Vancouver, B.C. man, Leonard Dyck, and were suspects in the murders of American Chynna Deese, 24 and her Australian boyfriend, Lucas Fowler, 23.
Police confirmed that the couple discovered dead on Monday are Lucas Fowler, 23, of New South Wales on Australia’s east coast and his American partner, Chynna Deese, 24, of Charlotte, N.C.
Forty-six people have been hospitalized and 15 are in critical condition after they were exposed to carbon monoxide at a motel in Winnipeg, Manitoba, city officials said Tuesday.
Fifty-two staff and guests, along with one dog, were evacuated from the Super 8 Motel, the City of Winnipeg said in a series of Tweets after the fire department responded to an alarm shortly after 10 a.m. indicating carbon monoxide gas was present in the building. Winnipeg Fire and Paramedic Chief John Lane told reporters that the alarm in question was in the hotel’s boiler room.
The controversial oil pipeline expansion project stalled after a court quashed previous approval.
The Philippines’ foreign secretary said Canada missed a May 15 deadline to retrieve rubbish shipped out in 2014.
Last month, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said he would “sail to Canada and dump their garbage there”.
Reports say the waste amounts to many dozens of containers filled with common household rubbish like soiled nappies.
“At midnight last night, letters for the recall of our ambassador and consuls to Canada went out,” Philippine Secretary of Foreign Affairs Teddy Locsin Jr said in a tweet.
“Canada missed the… deadline. And we shall maintain a diminished diplomatic presence in Canada until its garbage is ship bound there.”
Mr Locsin said what triggered him to pull out the envoys was Canada’s failure to show up at a meeting with Philippine customs officials.