Monday results

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(All times Eastern)


Tampa Bay at Detroit, 7:30 p.m.


Provincial Junior Hockey

Wallaceburg at Wheatley, 7 p.m.

Delhi at Paris, 7:30 p.m.


MLB Post-season

American League Championship Series

Houston at New York, 8 p.m.

(Astros lead series 2-0)



Washington at Philadelphia 8:30 p.m.



Faculty on strike at Ontario colleges

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It could be the start of a lengthy unscheduled break for 500,000 students at 24 Ontario colleges as 12,000 faculty will be walking picket lines. The Ontario Public Services Employees Union says the two sides couldn't resolve their differences ahead of the midnight Sunday strike deadline. And there's no indication when talks might resume. Employer council spokeswoman Sonia Del Missier says the strike is completely unnecessary. She says management was offering terms that were as good or better than recent settlements with teachers, college support staff, hospital professionals, and Ontario public servants. The college employer council had complained last week that union demands for staffing ratios and wage increases would add more than $1 billion in costs over three years.




Sunday results

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Vegas 3 Boston 1

Buffalo 3 Anaheim 1

Los Angeles 3 N.Y. Islanders 2



Owen Sound 4 London 3 OT

Hamilton 4 North Bay 3

Sarnia 3 Windsor 2

Ottawa 5 Sault Ste. Marie 4 OT

Kitchener 5 Flint 3

Saginaw 4 Mississauga 3

Oshawa 5 Sudbury 2



Waterloo 2 Brampton 0

Elmira 8 Guelph 3

Ancaster 9 Pelham 2 

Stratford 6 Brantford 4

Chatham 14 Strathroy 0

Welland 4 Thorold 3

Caledonia 8 Fort Erie 1

St. Thomas 4 St. Marys 3


Provincial Junior Hockey

Port Dover 7 Dunnville 4

Mount Forest 7 Huntsville 3

Tavistock 6 Norwich 1

Port Perry 4 North Kawartha 2

Port Stanley 9 Aylmer 4

Kincardine 3 Mitchell 0

Alliston 5 Caledon 2

Lakeshore 6 Blenheim 4

Picton 7 Gananoque 5

Dresden 2 Amherstburg 2 OT

Mt. Brydges 7 Thamesford 4

Simcoe 3 Hagesville 0

Lambeth 4 Lucan 1

Amherstview 11 Campbellford 2



Toronto 2 Springfield 1

Manitoba 4 Cleveland 1

WB/Scranton 6 Syracuse 1

Lehigh Valley 4 Hershey 3 (SO)

Milwaukee 5 Rockford 3


MLB Post-season

National League Championship Series

Los Angeles 4 Chicago 1

(Dodgers lead series 2-0)



Miami 20 Atlanta 17

Houston 33 Cleveland 17

New England 24 N.Y. Jets 17

Minnesota 23 Green Bay 10

Chicago 27 Baltimore 24 (OT)

Washington 26 San Francisco 24

New Orleans 52 Detroit 38

L.A. Rams 27 Jacksonville 17

Arizona 38 Tampa Bay 33

L.A. Chargers 17 Oakland 16

Pittsburgh 19 Kansas City 13

N.Y. Giants 23 Denver 10



Toronto FC 1 Montreal 0

San Jose 1 Vancouver 1

Atlanta United FC 0 New York 0

Chicago 3 Philadelphia 2

Columbus 1 Orlando City 0

New England 2 New York City FC 1

Colorado 1 Real Salt Lake 0

Houston 0 Sporting Kansas City 0

Los Angeles 3 Minnesota United 0

Portland 4 D.C. United 0

Seattle 4 FC Dallas 0







Saturday results

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Winnipeg 26 BC 20

Edmonton 30 Toronto 27



Winnipeg 2 Carolina 1

Toronto 4 Montreal 3 (OT)

Calgary 5 Vancouver 2

Ottawa 6 Edmonton 1

Philadelphia 8 Washington 2

Pittsburgh 4 Florida 3

Tampa Bay 2 St. Louis 1

New Jersey 3 N.Y. Rangers 2

Dallas 3 Colorado 1

Columbus 5 Minnesota 4 (OT)

Chicago 2 Nashville 1 (OT)

Boston 6 Arizona 2

N.Y. Islanders 3 San Jose 1

Los Angeles 4 Buffalo 2



 Peterborough 6 Sudbury 3
Hamilton 4 Kingston 3 SO
Erie 5 Niagara 4 OT
Flint 5 Mississauga 3
Kitchener 3 Saginaw 2
Sarnia 6 Guelph 1
Owen Sound 12 Oshawa 6
Barrie 5 North Bay 3
Fort Erie 3 Pelham 2
London Nationals 6 Komoka 1
Strathroy 4 LaSalle 1
Elmira 4 Guelph 1
Ancaster 2 Niagara Falls 1
Port Stanley 6 Aylmer 3
Clarington 8 North Kawartha 5
Uxbridge 6 Little Britain 1
Mount Forest 11 Orillia 0
Grimsby 5 Hagersville 0
Napanee 14 Campbellford 1
Mooretown 5 Blenheim 4 OT
-New Hamburg at Burford, 7:30pm
Woodstock 3 Wellesley 0
Ayr 6 Paris 3
Picton 5 Port Hope 2
Dorchester 9 Lucan 0
Norwich 4 Delhi 0
Lambeth 6 North Middlesex 5
Penetang 7 Goderich 4
Niagara 6 Simcoe 2


Binghamton 5 Laval 1

San Antonio 3 San Jose 2

Charlotte 4 Bridgeport 2

Belleville 5 Hershey 2

Utica 3 Syracuse 2

Rockford 7 Iowa 4

Hartford 4 Springfield 3

Lehigh Valley 3 WB/Scranton 2

Toronto 3 Providence 2

Chicago 5 Ontario 2

Stockton 4 Grand Rapids 0

San Diego 5 Texas 1

Bakersfield 4 Tucson 1


MLB Post-season

American League Championship Series

Houston 2 New York 1

(Astros lead series 2-0)

National League Championship Series

Los Angeles 5 Chicago 2

(Dodgers lead series 1-0)



Tentative Agreement Reached For Cami Workers

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General Motors says a tentative agreement has been reached with its striking workers at the company's CAMI plant in Ingersoll, Ont.

The company announced the agreement in an email Friday night, but didn't provide any details because the workers still must vote on whether to accept it.

The plant assembles GM's Chevrolet Equinox sport utility vehicle.

The agreement comes after GM told Unifor, the union representing the workers, that it may shift more production to Mexico if the four week old strike didn't end soon.

Unifor President Jerry Dias had accused the company of declaring war on its Ingersoll workers, but the company said it had little choice.

Job security was a major issue in the negotiations.

(The Canadian Press)


Employees will vote on Monday at 10 a.m. at the Western Fair District in London.

If the agreement is approved, employees could go back to work Monday at 11 p.m.


Saturday Morning Environment Canada Weather Forecast

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Today     Cloudy. 40 percent chance of showers late this morning and this afternoon. Fog patches dissipating this morning. High 20.

Tonight     Cloudy. 40 percent chance of showers early this evening. Wind becoming south 20 km/h after midnight. Low 16.

Sunday     Showers with risk of a thunderstorm. Wind southwest 40 km/h gusting to 70. High 22. Humidex 28.

Night     Cloudy periods with 30 percent chance of showers. Windy. Low plus 5.

Monday     A mix of sun and cloud. High 12.
Night        Cloudy periods. Low plus 4.

Tuesday     A mix of sun and cloud. High 16.
Night         Cloudy periods. Low 9.

Wednesday     Sunny. High 20.
Night              Clear. Low 8.

Thursday     A mix of sun and cloud. High 17.
Night           Clear. Low 7.

Friday     Sunny. High 18.


Friday's Scores, Saturday's Schedule

Randy Owen
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Friday's Games (All Times Eastern)
American League Championship Series
-Houston 2  New York 1
(Astros lead best-of-seven series 1-0)
     Dallas Keuchel (KY'-kehl) dominated the Yankees again, striking out 10 in seven scoreless innings to lead the Houston Astros over New York 2-1 in the A-L Championship Series opener.  He allowed four hits - all singles - walked one and joined Nolan Ryan and Mike Scott as the only Astros pitchers to reach double digits in strikeouts in a post-season game.
CFL (2)
-Calgary 28  Hamilton 25
     A pass interference call late in the game cost the Hamilton Tiger-Cats.  The 62-yard penalty put Calgary at the Ticats' 10-yard line and the Stamps hit a field goal on the final play of the game for a 28-25 win over Hamilton.  Rene Paredes's 17-yard boot sealed the win.  It was Calgary's 11th straight victory.
     The Toronto Argonauts clinched their first-ever home playoff game at BMO Field after the Hamilton Tiger-Cats loss to the Calgary Stampeders.  The loss guaranteed the Argos of either hosting the East Division semifinal on November 12 or the division final on November 19.  Toronto takes on the Eskimos in Edmonton tonight.
-Ottawa 33  Saskatchewan 32
     Ryan Lindley's one-yard touchdown run with two seconds remaining gave the Ottawa Redblacks a thrilling 33-32 victory over the Saskatchewan Roughriders.  Trevor Harris engineered the improbable comeback in the game's final two minutes and pushed Ottawa into first place in the East Division with a 7-9-and-1 record.
NHL (5)
-Ottawa 6  Calgary 0
     Craig Anderson made 25 saves as the Ottawa Senators blanked the Flames 6-0 in Calgary.  It was Anderson's 39th career shutout.
-Detroit doubled Vegas 6-3.
-Washington won over New Jersey 5-.2
-Columbus defeated the N.Y. Rangers 3-1.
-Colorado beat Anaheim 3-1.
AHL (11 - Can. teams only)
-Syracuse 4  Belleville 2
-Hartford 5  Toronto 2
-Laval 8  Binghamton 7 (OT)
-Cleveland 4  Manitoba 3
OHL (7)
-Windsor 2  London 1
     Chris Playfair's short-handed goal in the second period stood as the winner as the Windsor Spitsfires held off the London Knights 2-1.  Cliff Pu prevented the shut-out, scoring London's lone goal in the third period.
-Sault Ste. Marie 3  Kitchener 2
     Hayden Verbeek's short-handed goal in the third period was the winner as the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds got by Kitchener 3-2.
-Hamilton over Oshawa 3-2.
-Niagara defeated Guelph 3-1.
-Sarnia stung Mississauga 8-1.
-Kingston outscored Peterborough 3-2 in a shoot-out.
-Sudbury stomped Ottawa 7-1.
-St. Marys 4  Komoka 1
     Two goals from forward Nick Jung paced the St. Marys Lincolns to a 4-1 win over Komoka.
-Stratford slipped by Listowel 3-2.
-Waterloo beat Brampton 7-4.
-Niagara Falls whipped Welland 6-1.
-Thorold edged St. Catharines 5-4 in overtime.
-St. George 8  Tillsonburg Hurricanes 3
-Niagara 12  London 4
-West Nipissing 4  South Muskoka 2
-Almaguin 3  Temiscaming 2
-Oshawa 4  Northumberland 3 (OT)
-New Hamburg 1  Delhi 0
     One goal did the trick as Wil Marcy's lone goal of the game gave the New Hamburg Firebirds a 1-0 win over Delhi.
-Woodstock won over Paris 4-3 in overtime.
-Tavistock topped Burford 5-1.
-Norwich nipped Wellesley 5-4.
-North Middlesex dumped Dorchester 7-1.
-Lucan edged Exeter 4-3.
-Port Stanley stopped Mt. Brydges 7-3.
-Thamesford beat Aylmer 5-3.
-Dunnville defeated Dundas 3-1.
-Glanbrook shaved Grimsby 7-6 in overtime.
-Lakeshore 4  Essex 2
-Walkerton 7  Wingham 4
-Dresden 5  Amherstburg 2
-Kincardine 6  Goderich 5 (OT)
-Mitchell 4  Hanover 3 (OT)
-Lakefield 4  Uxbridge 1
-Little Britain 4  Georgina 4 (OT)
-Napanee 3  Amherstview 1
-Midland 7  Schomberg 4
-Alliston 4  Penetang 2
-Stayner 6 Huntsville 3
NBA Pre-season (12)
-Toronto 125  Chicago 104
     C-J Miles scored 27 points as the Toronto Raptors used a big fourth quarter to beat the Chicago Bulls 125-104 in the final pre-season matchup for both teams.  Toronto outscored Chicago 38-17 in the fourth quarter to turn what was a tie game into a blowout.  Toronto got 17 points from Kyle Lowry and 16 from Norman Powell.
-Milwaukee 107  Detroit 103
-Charlotte 111  Dallas 96
-Cleveland 113  Orlando 106
-Washington 110  New York 103
-Memphis 142  New Orleans 101
-San Antonio 106  Houston 97
-Philadelphia 119  Miami 95
-Phoenix 114  Brisbane Bullets 93
-Portland 129  Haifa Maccabi 81
-L.A. Lakers 111  L.A. Clippers 104
-Golden State 117  Sacramento 106
Saturday's Games (All times Eastern)
American League Championship Series
-New York at Houston, 4:08pm
(Astros lead best-of-seven series 1-0)
National League Championship Series
-Chicago at Los Angeles, 8:08pm
(first game of series)
CFL (2)
-BC at Winnipeg, 4pm
-Toronto at Edmonton, 7pm
-Washington at Philadelphia, 7pm
-Florida at Pittsburgh, 7pm
-St. Louis at Tampa Bay, 7pm
-Carolina at Winnipeg, 7pm
-Toronto at Montreal, 7pm
-New Jersey at N.Y. Rangers, 7pm
-Colorado at Dallas, 8pm
-Columbus at Minnesota, 8pm
-Nashville at Chicago, 8:30pm
-Boston at Arizona, 9pm
-Calgary at Vancouver, 10pm
-Ottawa at Edmonton, 10pm
-N.Y. Islanders at San Jose, 10:30pm
-Buffalo at Los Angeles, 10:30pm
AHL (13 - Can. teams only)
-Binghamton at Laval, 3pm
-Belleville at Hershey, 7pm
-Toronto at Providence, 7:05pm
OHL (8)
-Sudbury at Peterborough, 4:05pm
-Kingston at Hamilton, 7pm
-Niagara at Erie, 7pm
-Mississauga at Flint, 7pm
-Kitchener at Saginaw, 7:05pm
-Guelph at Sarnia, 7:05pm
-Oshawa at Owen Sound, 7:30pm
-North Bay at Barrie, 7:30pm
-Pelham at Fort Erie, 7:15pm
-London Nationals at Komoka, 7:15pm
-LaSalle at Strathroy, 7:30pm
-Elmira at Guelph, 7:30pm
-Niagara Falls at Ancaster, 7:30pm
-Tillsonburg Hurricanes at Toronto, 7:30pm
-North York at Kingsville, 7:30pm
-Meaford at Wiarton, 7:30pm
-Bradford Rattlers at Seguin, 7:30pm
-New Tecumseth at Ville-Marie, 7:30pm
-Bradford Bulls at Northumberland, 7:30pm
-Windsor at London Laker , 8pm
-Port Stanley at Aylmer, 7:15pm
-Clarington at North Kawartha, 7:25pm
-Uxbridge at Little Britain, 7:30pm
-Mount Forest at Orillia, 7:30pm
-Grimsby at Hagersville, 7:30, pm
-Napanee at Campbellford, 7:30pm
-Blenheim at Mooretown, 7:30pm
-New Hamburg at Burford, 7:30pm
-Woodstock at Wellesley, 7:30pm
-Ayr at Paris, 7:30pm
-Picton at Port Hope, 7:30pm
-Dorchester at Lucan, 7:45pm
-Norwich at Delhi, 8pm
-Lambeth at North Middlesex, 8pm
-Goderich at Penetang, 8pm
-Niagara at Simcoe, 8:30pm
The Tillsonburg Thunder host their home opener in WOAA Sr. AA hockey tonight.  The puck drops at 7:30.

Hardeman Brings Shop Local/Buy Local to Tillsonburg

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Ernie Hardeman was in Tillsonburg yesterday, touting his Shop Local, Buy Local initiative.

The Oxford County MPP began the campaign after a summer of job loss in among his constituents.   The aim is give a boost to local producers and help bolster the local economy. Hardeman says when you make purchase locally, you are supporting your friends and neighbours and your community.



London Teacher Acquittal Upheld

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The Ontario Court of Appeal has upheld the acquittal of a high school teacher who was charged with voyeurism after secretly videotaping the chest areas of female students.

The Crown appealed after a lower court judge found Ryan Jarvis not guilty on grounds that the videos of 27 female students aged 14 to 18 taken at a school in London were not sexually motivated.

In a split decision, the appeal court agreed with the prosecution that the videos were taken for sexual purposes -- but still upheld the acquittal because it said the students were in a public place and therefore had no reasonable expectation of privacy.

In a dissenting opinion, Justice Grant Huscroft said the students did have a reasonable expectation of privacy despite being easily observed in public and he would have convicted Jarvis, whose licence to teach was suspended in 2013 for failing to pay his dues.

(The Canadian Press)


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