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Media Release – July 28, 2022 – guelphpolice.ca

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Youth Assaulted While Walking Dog

Some time between 8am and 8:30am, on July 27th, 2022, a female youth was walking her dog on a residential street located near the intersection of Grange Street and Stevenson Street North in City of Guelph.

She was approached by an adult male who grabbed her by the collar of her shirt, pushed her into a nearby light post and punched her dog on the back just below its head. The male then fled the area on foot in an eastbound direction.

The male is described as:
-20 years old
-Black/dark brown should length hair
-Droopy eyes
-Unsteady on his feet
-Wearing a hoodie with red/yellow horizontal stripes, a black hood and a small lion logo on the back, and purple shoes

Police searched the area but were unable to locate the male.

Anyone with any information is asked to contact Constable Erik Ugarte-Bravo at 519-824-1212 ext. 7365, email him at eugarte-bravo@guelphpolice.ca, leave an anonymous tip at CRIME STOPPERS 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or submit an anonymous tip online at www.csgw.tips.

Please note that neither the youth nor the dog required medical attention.

Dispute Leads To Numerous Charges

On the morning of July 27th, 2022, a citizen reported a driving complaint to the Guelph Police Service that occurred in a residential area located near the intersection of Silvercreek Parkway North and Speedvale Avenue West in the City of Guelph. During the incident, the adult male driver threatened to smash the citizen’s vehicle’s window and put sugar in its gas tank.

At 1:21pm, police located the male driving near the intersection of Willow Road and Silvercreek Parkway North, and attempted to initiate a traffic stop. The male drove away at a high rate of speed, turning into a nearby commercial parking lot, and continuing to drive at excessive speeds while there was both heavy traffic and pedestrians walking through the parking lot. The male drove to a nearby residential neighbourhood, parked in front of a residence, and ran inside.

Police soon located the male and at 1:31pm, he was arrested.

Further investigation revealed that his driver’s license was suspended, he failed to appear in court on July 12th and 19th, and he was currently wanted on three separate warrants:
#1
-Dangerous Operation
-Flight From Peace Officer
-Failure To Appear In Court
#2
-Theft Of A Motor Vehicle
-Possession Of Stolen Property Over $5,000
#3
-Drive While Under Suspension

A 32 year old Brampton male has been additionally charged with:
-Utter Threats To Damage Property
-Flight From Peace Officer
-Dangerous Operation
-Failure To Comply With Undertaking x2
-Failure To Appear In Court x2
-Driving While Under Suspension

He was transported to the Guelph Police Service station pending a bail hearing on July 28th.

Male Arrested After Report Of Fire

On July 27th, 2022, at 9:13am, it was reported to the Guelph Police Service that an adult male had started a small fire in a wooded area located near the intersection of Dawson Road and Woodlawn Road West in the City of Guelph.

Police soon located the male who admitted that he had lit a few sticks on fire.

Further investigation revealed that he failed to attend court in regards to the following charges:
-Breach Probation
-Fail To Attend Court
-Fail To Comply With Release Order
-Fail To Comply With Undertaking

At 9:29am, the male was arrested.

A 59 year old Guelph male has been additionally charged with Fail To Attend Court.

He was transported to the Guelph Police Service station pending a bail hearing.

He was subsequently released and will appear in court on August 26th.

Female Arrested After Failing To Re-Attend Court

On July 27th, 2022, at 3:50pm, an adult female attended to the Guelph Police Service station located in the downtown core of the City of Guelph.

Further investigation revealed that she had failed to attend court in regards to the following charges:
-Operation Of A Conveyance – Blood Alcohol Concentration 80 Plus
-Fail To Attend Court
-Fail To Re-Attend Court

She was subsequently arrested.

A 26 year old Guelph female has been additionally charged with Fail To Re-Attend Court.

She was held in custody pending a bail hearing on July 28th.

Multiple Driving Complaints & Motor Vehicle Collisions

Over the past 24 hours the Guelph Police Service received reports of five driving complaints and four motor vehicle collisions occurring throughout the City of Guelph.

The Guelph Police Service would like to encourage the public to slow down and follow the rules of the road to help ensure everyone arrives to their destination safely.

Total calls for service in the last 24 hours – 218

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Communications and Social Media Specialist – Quill & Quire

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Orca Book Publishers


Published: September 23, 2022

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Orca Book Publishers is a successful, growing, independent Canadian children’s book publisher. With over 1200 active titles in print and digital formats and 90 new titles/year, we have a vibrant, well-respected publishing program. We are looking for a professional, motivated person to join our marketing team. The ideal candidate will bring a passion for books, strong organizational skills and a willingness to work with an amazing team. Our preference is for someone who can work in in our office in Victoria, BC, although we will consider an applicant from outside of Victoria.

Duties and Responsibilities:

Overview: Promote Orca titles, authors and brand online through a cohesive and organized presence across newsletters, social media platforms and blog. Create and manage campaigns collaboratively with the marketing and sales teams, including writing online and print copy for a variety of audiences.

  • Manage a comprehensive newsletter schedule with multiple content creators and audiences, such as authors, booksellers, teachers, librarians and wholesalers.
  • Write and lay out newsletter content in collaboration with the marketing and sales teams. Deploy and track newsletters according to the schedule.
  • Create and schedule for Orca’s social media accounts, including maintaining a calendar of all posts and ongoing campaigns.
  • Monitor social media channels to engage with the public and respond to questions. Support our authors’ social media presences and promote their events.
  • Seek out ways to optimize our online engagement via creative content, targeted ads and industry partnerships. Administer a monthly social media advertising budget. Build and maintain a list of influencer contacts.
  • Provide regular reporting and analysis on social media and newsletter campaigns.
  • Work with the design team to create assets for newsletters, social media and other marketing promotional materials.
  • Craft and revise press releases, pitches, letters, taglines and other marketing copy as needed, including working on metadata and book cover copy.
  • Maintain a list of media contacts and disseminate press releases.
  • Oversee the Orca blog: create content, write posts, interview authors and promote on social media.
  • Produce and edit promotional video content: author interviews, book trailers and other videos as needed. Manage Orca’s YouTube channel.
  • Attend and assist in the execution of local Orca events.

Qualifications:

  • Background and education in Writing, Communications, English, Journalism, Marketing and/or Publishing. Publicity experience is an asset.
  • Exceptional writing skills; ability to modify writing tone to the audience. Copyediting and proofreading skills are an asset.
  • Expert knowledge of contemporary social media, especially Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tiktok, Pinterest and LinkedIn. Ability to understand the different audiences for each. Experience with social media advertising is a plus.
  • Highly efficient and organized; proven leadership and project-tracking skills along with the ability to multi-task and prioritize work across many projects at once.
  • Keen interest in the Canadian children’s book publishing industry.
  • Ability to work independently, with excellent time-management skills and attention to detail.
  • Ability to collaborate with a team and contribute to a supportive environment.
  • Proficiency in MS Office, Adobe Acrobat, Google Drive and other general office software.
  • Experience with project management software like Asana, social media management software like Hootsuite, or email programs like Constant Contact or MailChimp is an asset.
  • Understanding of basic design principles with an eye for beautiful, effective and eye-catching design. Ability to create visual content for social media using software like Canva is an asset.
  • Enjoy working with people and other animals in an office environment.

Orca Book Publishers is an inclusive employer with a passion for books that matter. We are strongly committed to diversity within our community and especially welcome applicants who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas.

We are also committed to ensuring that young readers see themselves reflected in the books they read. We aim to produce books that illuminate the experiences of people of all ethnicities, people with disabilities and people who identify as LGBTQ+. We have a particular interest in publishing books that celebrate the lives of Indigenous people. Our fiction includes characters from diverse backgrounds and unique family structures, and our global nonfiction celebrates the variety of ways people live and educates readers about important issues. Providing young people with exposure to diversity and the opportunity for social change through reading creates a more compassionate world. We encourage applicants to learn more about us at www.orcabook.com.

We strive to make our recruitment, assessment and selection processes as accessible as possible. If you require any accommodations at any point during the application and hiring process, please contact jobs@orcabook.com. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority. We offer a competitive salary and benefits package.

Please send resume and cover letter by October 7, 2022, to jobs@orcabook.com. We thank all who apply; only those candidates who are shortlisted will be contacted.

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Which team may surprise people in the NCHC, key takeaways from media day, key conference players to watch – The Rink Live

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Now that the dust has settled from NCHC Media Day, The Rink Live takes an in depth look at the conference with its podcast with reporters Matt Wellens, Brad Schlossman, Jess Myers, Mick Hatten and Joe Paisley. Wellens covers Minnesota Duluth hockey, Schlossman covers the University of North Dakota, Paisley covers Colorado College and Myers interviewed two representatives from every NCHC team at media day. The group covered a variety of topics including their big takeaways from media day, which team may surprise some people in the conference race, key players throughout the league and more on this episode of The Rink Live podcast.

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2022 NCHC Media Day

Scenes from the 2022 NCHC Media Day on Sept. 22, 2022, at Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, MN

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Biggest takeaways from Media Day:
2:30 Mick Hatten: The big turnover in personnel within the league

3:40 Brad Schlossman: Key items in commissioner Heather Weems’ address to the media

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5:00 Matt Wellens: Key items in commissioner Heather Weems’ address to the media, how the conference looked at other online streaming platforms

7:10 Jess Myers: How financially sound the conference is and why, Brad on how the NCHC absorbed the pandemic

10:10 Joe Paisley: The benefits of being a single-sport league, one year of operating budget in the bank

Biggest impact players on the team you cover:
12:15 Brad Schlossman: North Dakota’s Riese Gaber

13:35 Joe Paisley: Colorado College’s Kaidan Mbereko, Brett Chorske, Gleb Veremyev, Cade Ahrenholz and Hunter McKown

15:24 Mick Hatten: SCSU’s top line of Jami Krannila, Zach Okabe and Veeti Miettinen, D Jack Peart

17:25 Matt Wellens: UMD’s Blake Biondi, Dominic James, Derek Daschke

20:15 Miami’s good power play in a tough season in 2021-22

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22:25 Jess Myers transfers: North Dakota goalie Drew DeRidder, Denver forward Tristan Broz

24:10 Mick Hatten: Western Michigan F Jack Perbix

25:15 Brad Schlossman: Omaha’s Tyler Weiss, Joaquim Lemay, Jacob Guevin; Western Michigan’s Carter Berger, Zak Galambos

Brad Schlossman Memorial Question: Who will be this season’s NCHC surprise team?
28:00 Why St. Cloud State is a team to watch

35:50 Why Colorado College is a team to watch

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3 Burning questions for Milwaukee Bucks media day – Behind the Buck Pass

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Milwaukee Bucks: Jordan Nwora

MIAMI, FLORIDA – OCTOBER 21 (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images)

It has been reported by Marc Stein that the Milwaukee Bucks will hold their media day this Sunday, one day after the Milwaukee Bucks are allowed to begin training camp to begin their preparations for their games in Abu Dhabi against the Atlanta Hawks. Sunday may be the day we get a formal introduction of DeMarre Carroll to the coaching staff.

We have some questions that we hope can be answered by Jon Horst, Mike Budenholzer and potentially the players involved about the upcoming 2022-23 NBA season.

Burning questions for Milwaukee Bucks media day: What is the plan with Jordan Nwora?

We looked at this situation recently and it is very confusing wondering why there hasn’t been any action on this front. Why hasn’t there been a report on whether or not Jordan Nwora will accept his qualifying offer, an offer that was extended to him months ago?

This will certainly be a question that can only be answered by General Manager Jon Horst or by Jordan Nwora himself. However, with October 1st being just over a week away and that being the deadline (unless the Bucks file for an extension) for the qualifying offer the Milwaukee Bucks extended to Nwora to expire, we should expect answers soon.

The Milwaukee Bucks have been active in making calls on players potentially available for trade, having been confirmed to have checked in on Kevin Durant and Jordan Clarkson. While neither of those players have been traded, having a $2 million salary available to add to a deal could certainly help balance out salaries. Asking Jon Horst about the Bucks being active in any ongoing trade talks could also certainly be another burning question for Sunday.

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