35-year old Manitoulin man dies in drowning mishap
Manitoulin OPP were called out Saturday to a report of a possible drowning at Chutes Provincial Park, they said in a release.
“The investigation determined that the individual was swimming with friends and failed to resurface,”police said.
“The police underwater search and recovery unit attended the scene and recovered the body of a 35-year old man,”
Police said Corey Assiniwe is from Wikwemikong Unceded Reserve First Nation.
The coroner’s office and forensic pathology service are assisting in the investigation, with an autopsy to be conducted in Sudbury.
At a special meeting of United Steelworkers Local 2251, membership backed its negotiating team in talks with Algoma Steel with a strike authorization vote of 99% Monday, the union said in a release.
Ontario Provincial Police have arrested and charged two people in connection with a June 24th shooting where one person died.
City council in Sudbury gave the Junction East project its approval at Tuesday night’s meeting. The community hub will include the city’s main library, art gallery and multi-cultural-folk arts association under one roof at a cost of $98.5 million.