'Ridiculously stupid' Ontario driver caught on dashcam during snowstorm

2022-01-29 6:05:00 PM

A Dodge Journey driver narrowly avoided a serious collision while overtaking a snowplow

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A Dodge Journey driver narrowly avoided a serious collision while overtaking a snowplow

Article contentOther councillors had words of appreciation for others in the community.“From the bottom of my heart, I would like to thank each and every member of council, Brant County staff for all the kind words, wishes, cards and gifts I’ve received the past four weeks since my surgery,” Coun. John Wheat said.

Wheat, who had hip surgery, said the procedure took 65 minutes at Brantford General Hospital. Later that afternoon, he was walking thanks the physiotherapy staff.Wheat, due to other factors, spent five days in hospital during which he said he saw the “unsung heroes” of the pandemic – nurses and cleaning staff.

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Article content Other councillors had words of appreciation for others in the community. “From the bottom of my heart, I would like to thank each and every member of council, Brant County staff for all the kind words, wishes, cards and gifts I’ve received the past four weeks since my surgery,” Coun. He’s urging the province to look at alternatives, such as offering financial incentives for healthy employees to work longer, redeploying staff or seeking support from the military. John Wheat said. Full capacity is set to begin no earlier than Feb. Wheat, who had hip surgery, said the procedure took 65 minutes at Brantford General Hospital. Later that afternoon, he was walking thanks the physiotherapy staff. Seventeen of those deaths were residents of long-term care.

Wheat, due to other factors, spent five days in hospital during which he said he saw the “unsung heroes” of the pandemic – nurses and cleaning staff. Plan your screen time with the weekly What to Watch newsletter. “The way they worked to sanitize, clean and get it ready for the next patient is phenomenal,” he said. “They work in the background and nobody ever sees them. Advertisement This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. Article content Coun. This is a developing news story.

Brian Coleman thanked staff and county councillors for a gift basket he received following a short stay in hospital for COVID-19 and pneumonia. Earlier in the meeting, councillors received thanks for addressing a range of issues at a Grand River access point in Glen Morris. “I would like to thank everyone for their help in developing and implementing changes to the Glen Morris river and trail access in 2021,” Jeff Leader said in a letter. “These changes could not have been possible without the time and effort everyone put into them.” Leader said there was less congestion, fewer confrontations, fewer blocked-in vehicles and safer roads for everyone.

The parking lot was cleaned and expanded, he noted in the letter, co-signed by Karen Murray-Hopf. Advertisement This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. Article content Both spoke to councillors last March and pleaded for help in solving what they called an “over tourism” problem at the Eric Thomlinson River Access Point. In response, the county introduced a residential parking permit system at river access points in Glen Morris and at Bean Park and Penman’s Dam in Paris. Additional signage was also put up and the county increased its enforcement of parking restrictions.

The letter prompted Mayor David Bailey to praise the efforts of Kathy Ballantyne, Brant’s director of parks and facilities, for her work on the issue. County staff are preparing a report on the effectiveness of measures at the three river access points, which is scheduled to come before councillors in February. Share this article in your social network Share this Story: .