February 9th, Grey County OPP charged a woman with theft under $5000 after she was found shoplifting from the No Frills grocery store at Hwy. 6 & 21 in Georgian Bluffs. She had been banned from attending the store due to a previous theft. As a result, the 52-year-old woman from Owen Sound was charged with theft under $5000 – shoplifting and fail to comply with an undertaking. A bail hearing was scheduled February 10th and she is scheduled to return to court February 15th to answer to the charges. (Source: muskoka411.com)
Join Dufflebag Theatre for an amazing afternoon with Peter Pan! Wendy Darling is sad to learn that she’s growing too old for the nursery, and must move to the adult wing of the house. But when an adventurous young boy offers to fly her to Neverland where she can stay young forever, Wendy is catapulted into an adventure filled with pixies, pirates, and talking trees! Friday March 16th, 2:00 pm at the Meaford Hall Arts & Cultural Centre. Tickets $25/adult, $15/child. For more information visit www.meafordhall.ca or call 1-877-538-0463. . (Source: Municipality of Meaford)
Canada has downed Finland 4-1 in Olympic women’s hockey. The win virtually assures Canada (2-0-0) a berth in the semifinals, with one final preliminary-round game remaining against the U.S. on Thursday.
Chloe Kim’s coronation is complete. The 17-year-old from Torrance, Calif., dominated the Winter Olympic women’s halfpipe snowboarding final yesterday, soaring to a gold medal four years in the making. Olympic Athletes from Russia defeated Norway 8-4 to capture bronze in curling mixed doubles yesterday.
In the NHL, despite squandering a three-goal lead, the Toronto Maple Leafs held on against a powerful Tampa Bay Lightning team to record their eighth victory in their last nine games, winning 4-3.
Florida emerged with a 7-5 victory over Edmonton.
And Chicago lost to Arizona 6-1.
Tonight, Calgary is at Boston (7:00 pm), Ottawa travels to Pittsburgh (7:00 pm) and Winnipeg hosts Washington (8:00 pm) .