An Etobicoke man has been charged with an impaired offence in the death of a child after a canoe accident on Muskoka River on Friday afternoon. Bracebridge OPP and emergency services were called to the river near High Falls after a canoe with a man
Police have charged an Etobicoke man with impaired operation of a vessel after an eight-year-old boy died in the waters of the Muskoka River at High Falls Water Park Friday. They said a canoe capsized above High Falls and the lad apparently went over.
Ontario Provincial Police have laid criminal charges against a Toronto-area man after a eight-year-old boy died in a canoeing incident in the Muskoka River near Bracebridge, Ont., on Friday. Police said in a media release the man and the boy were both. Constable Samantha Bigley of the Bracebridge OPP said Saturday afternoon that police have now charged 37-year-old David Sillars with impaired operation of a vessel causing death and operating a vessel with a blood-alcohol level over 80 milligrams
BRACEBRIDGE, Ont. — Police say an eight-year-old boy has died and a man is facing charges after a canoe capsized in the Muskoka River on Friday. Ontario Provincial Police say the canoe overturned near High Falls in Bracebridge, Ont., and both people … . A child is dead and an Etobicoke man facing charges following a canoe accident yesterday. On April 7 at approximately 5:30 p.m. Bracebridge Ontario Provincial Police officers along with Muskoka Emergency Medical Services (EMS), Bracebridge Fire