Family of former London, Ont. restaurateur looks for answers to violent death in Cuba

The family of the one-time owner of London's famous Seven Dwarfs restaurant is searching for answers two months after their father was allegedly murdered while on an extended vacation in Cuba.
Read full article on: london.ctvnews.ca
Over 800 bats removed from Saskatchewan arena, released back into wild
On May 14, after three months of rehabilitation and hibernation, the 'Unity Arena Bats' were released back into the wild in Unity.
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
Crews responding to 10-hectare wildfire near Harrison Mills
BC Wildfire Service crews were called to a 10-hectare fire burning about five kilometres north of Harrison Mills on Sunday.
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
Shark Shack floating restaurant on B.C.’s Shuswap Lake for sale
The three-barge, 197-foot long floating platform has nearly 4,000 square feet of space and could be all yours for $749,900 CAD.
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
Israel solidarity rally draws supporters to Dorchester Square
Police had to disperse nearby pro-Palestinian protesters with tear gas as they headed toward departing pro-Israel rally-goers.
Montreal Latest News, Breaking Headlines...
Undocumented migrants rally in Montreal for permanent status
About 100 demonstrators marched gathered in front of the Prime Minister's office in Park-Extension Sunday afternoon demanding permanent residency for foreign workers.
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
COVID-19: Convention planners await signal on future for $1 billion meetings business
Vancouver Convention Centre has seen limited duty as COVID-19 flatlined its meetings business, but is hopeful for its resumption in 2022.
Vancouver News, Top Stories, Breaking...
Weekend horse race in Lethbridge postponed due to confusion over COVID-19 testing
The Rocky Mountain Turf Club had to cancel a weekend of horse races over some confusion around COVID-19 testing.
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
Family dog being hailed as hero after Regina house fire
“That dog saved seven lives,” a family friend said.
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
Winnipeg teacher still recovering from COVID-19 after 4 weeks
A Winnipeg science teacher recovering from COVID-19 is sharing her experience in hospital and urging Manitobans to get vaccinated.
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
Drive-in movies on Tsuut’ina Nation will resume despite restrictions while High River drive-in must close
Drive-in movies on the Tsuut'ina First Nation will resume despite health restrictions regarding drive-in entertainment.
1 h
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
Crews battle Los Angeles wildfire that forced evacuations
A smoky wildfire churning through a Los Angeles canyon community gained strength Sunday as about a thousand residents remained under evacuation orders, authorities said.
1 h
CTV News | Top Stories - Breaking News -...
The Raptors close out a lost season in Tampa. The end is also a beginning for Fred VanVleet
Whether Kyle Lowry returns or not, this will be VanVleet’s team next season. The 27-year-old guard is at a crossroads, and he’s ready for the next step.
1 h
thestar.com | Toronto Star | Canada's...
Have your say: Would you send your kids to summer camp this season?
In a surprise announcement Sunday, but one which is sure to offer countless Ontario parents a ray of hope, Premier Doug Ford vowed to open summer camps this year.
1 h
thestar.com | Toronto Star | Canada's...
Victim in critical condition after daylight shooting in Scarborough
Police said they were called to the area of Pharmacy Avenue and Dewey Drive, south of Ellesmere Road, at 1:36 p.m. Sunday.
1 h
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
10 people vie for council seat in Penticton byelection
The byelection is being held to replace Jake Kimberley, who resigned in February after suffering a stroke.
2 h
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
COVID-19: Kingston tourism operators can’t wait to reopen — but when?
Some tourist operators in the Kingston-area can't wait to reopen, the question when.
2 h
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
Humpback whale found dead on Haida Gwaii beach
Fisheries and Oceans Canada said it had responded to the site and had taken samples in order to try and determine the whale's cause of death.
2 h
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
Summer camps for kids will go ahead, Premier Doug Ford says
News comes as relief to Ontario parents, cooped-up kids and teens seeking employment
2 h
thestar.com | Toronto Star | Canada's...
Dead humpback whale washes up on Haida Gwaii beach
The whale was identified by researchers as being an 18-year-old female known as Kayak
2 h
Vancouver News, Top Stories, Breaking...
Will 'digital nomads,' grounded by pandemic, return to Vancouver?
Will the mass discovery that a lot of office work can be done from anywhere push more people into trying the life of a digital nomad?
2 h
Vancouver News, Top Stories, Breaking...
Price looking sharp as rested Habs prepare for the Leafs
Goalie's teammates offered him an unusual tribute during Sunday's workout in Brossard.
2 h
Montreal Latest News, Breaking Headlines...
Medical experts in Ontario calling for creative strategies in next phase of COVID-19 vaccine rollout
Now that so many people have received a first dose, experts are looking at what's next as the rollout continues, especially when it comes to allocating vaccines.
2 h
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
COVID-19: Saskatchewan breaks record for daily vaccinations, reports 167 new cases
A total of 542,343 people have received their first dose in Saskatchewan and 48,609 individuals have received their second dose.
2 h
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
338Canada: The Conservatives’ great big climate problem
Philippe J. Fournier: New data shows that on climate change, Conservative supporters are way out of step with voters from every other major party in Canada The post 338Canada: The Conservatives’ great big climate problem appeared first on Macleans.ca.
2 h
Macleans.ca - Canada's national...
Nova Scotia church, worshippers fined again for illegal gathering
RCMP fined Weston Christian Fellowship and members of the congregation Sunday for attending an in-person service that violates the public health act.
2 h
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
Brissett has career-high 31 as Pacers beat Raptors 125-113
TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — Oshae Brissett scored a career-best 31 points and Domantas Sabonis added 25 points and 16 rebounds and the Indiana Pacers beat the Toronto Raptors 125-113 to lock up the Eastern Conference's ninth seed.
2 h
Global News | Latest & Current News -...