Jukasa News Update – Thursday, February 7, 2019
Police say a youth hockey game between the Paris Wolfpack and the Simcoe Warriors ended with a large “brawl” amongst parents last Sunday evening.
Norfolk County OPP were called to reports of the large fight at the Talbot Gardens Arena just before 5 p.m.
The fight had broken up by the time officers arrived but police say that as many as 30 adults were involved.
There were no reports of injuries or complaints and police say there were no arrests.
A new report says there is a growing demand for Indigenous films and festivals.
The study released by the imagiNATIVE Film Festival and Indigenous Screen Office says the number of festivals dedicated to Indigenous content is growing and say 76% of Indigenous festivals worldwide present Canadian productions.
The final report will be presented at the 2019 Prime Time in Ottawa industry conference by Jesse Wente, Director of the Indigenous Screen Office.
Grand River Conservation Authority issued a flood warning for several areas in the Grand River tract Tuesday.
Mild temperatures Monday and Tuesday triggered a gradual melting of the snow pack resulting in runoff into local waterways.
GRCA warns the public to be safe when flooding risk is elevated.
Parents are encouraged to keep their children and pets away from all watercourses and off frozen water bodies, which will be weakened as a result of the warming trend.
Brantford Police are seeking the public’s assistance in locating a missing 19 year old female, Danielle Raymond.
Raymond is a 19-year old female described as being 5’3”tall, 120lbs with a slim build, long brown hair and brown eyes. She was last seen in the City of Brantford on February 1, 2019. Police say it is possible that she left Brantford and maybe in another city at this time.
Brantford Police say they are concerned for her wellbeing and are seeking assistance from anyone who may have information which may assist in locating her.
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