(FROM OTTAWA CITIZEN) Police are in search of a man who was allegedly involved in a break-and-enter and stole a debit card in the North Gower area.
According to the homeowner, the suspect, who is described as white, 25 to 35 years old with a medium build, broke into the house and got away with the homeowner’s purse and wallet on Jan. 30. He was driving a red truck of older vintage with a stainless plow installed on the front.
The card was later found used near the intersection of Merivale and Baseline roads.
(FROM NATIONAL POST) University of Toronto student-union president Chemi Lhamo faced strong opposition by some Chinese students after she was elected as the student-union president last week.
She advocated the independence of Tibet, an initiative that irritated some nationalist Chinese students, who signed up for a petition to remove Lhamo from the campaign. Some of these students even said that they wish Lhamo were raped and that she deserved to be shot.
(FROM GLOBAL NEWS) Fire broke out on a SkyWest flight and then extinguished by a flight attendant when the plane took off in New York on Wednesday.
Spokesperson Layne Watson told USA Today that passengers were asked to leave the plane. No incident happened during the process.
According to Watson, the fire was triggered by a vape pen’s “charging assembly.”
Vaping pens are banned in checked baggage but free to be carried on, according to the Transportation Safety Administration. USA Today says that recharging the device is not permitted on the plane.