Etobicoke man charged in death of eight-year-old

Etobicoke man charged in death of eight-year-old
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Police have charged 37-year-old David Sillars of Etobicoke with Impaired Operation of a Vessel Causing Death CC 255(3) and Care and Control over 80mgs CC 253(1)(b) and he will appear in the Ontario Court of Justice in Bracebridge on May 9th, 2017 to 

Bracebridge OPP along with Bracebridge Fire, Muskoka EMS, and the Ministry of Natural Resources were called an area near High falls around 5:30 Friday afternoon. A man and an 8-year-old boy were in a canoe on the river when it overturned throwing the

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

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