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Police investigating social media post describing serious assault after man dies

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THUNDER BAY – The Thunder Bay Police Service’s major crimes unit is investigating a social media post describing four suspects who seriously assaulted a man which resulted in his death.

Police say they were notified of a social media post on Thursday, Oct. 8, which described four people committing a serious assault against a lone male victim. The social media post identified the male victim and investigators are reviewing the alleged incident, according to police.

Investigators have learned the Coroner has been advised and has been in communication with the family and hospital, police said.

Due to privacy reasons, police say they are unable to provide further comment to the public.

“The Thunder Bay Police Service remains concerned about the alleged assault described via social media. Investigators strongly encourage anyone who may have information about an assault to contact police,” a statement by Thunder Bay Police said in an email.

Police are also urging potential witnesses who are unwilling to come forward due to mistrust of the police to call the detachment and ask to speak with an Indigenous Liaison officer by calling the Thunder Bay police station at 807-684-1200 and asking for Cst. Bob Simon.

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InvestorChannel's Media Watchlist Update for Thursday, March, 04, 2021, 16:00 EST – InvestorIntel

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InvestorChannel’s Media Stocks Watchlist Update video includes the Top 5 Performers of the Day, and a performance review of the companies InvestorChannel is following in the sector.
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Watchlist Companies:
– Thunderbird Entertainment Group Inc (TBRD.V) CAD 4.74 (6.76%)n- Moovly Media Inc (MVY.V) CAD 0.69 (6.15%)n- Zoom Video Communications Inc (ZM) USD 343.09 (0.45%)n- ZoomerMedia Limited (ZUM.V) CAD 0.11 (0.00%)n- GVIC Communications Corp. (GCT.TO) CAD 0.35 (0.00%)n- Lingo Media Corp (LM.V) CAD 0.08 (0.00%)n- Slack Technologies Inc (WORK) USD 39.95 (-0.75%)n- Postmedia Network Canada Corp (PNC-A.TO) CAD 1.65 (-1.20%)n- Adobe Inc. (ADBE) USD 439.06 (-2.09%)n- Stingray Group Inc (RAY-A.TO) CAD 6.76 (-2.31%)n- Glacier Media Inc. (GVC.TO) CAD 0.38 (-2.56%)n- Network Media Group Inc (NTE.V) CAD 0.16 (-3.03%)n- Corus Entertainment Inc. (CJR-B.TO) CAD 5.50 (-3.17%)n- Quizam Media Corp (QQ.CN) 0.55 (-5.17%)n- Wix.com Ltd (WIX) USD 304.01 (-5.20%)n- WOW! Unlimited Media Inc (WOW.V) CAD 0.50 (-5.66%)n- MediaValet Inc (MVP.V) CAD 2.30 (-7.26%)n- HubSpot Inc (HUBS) USD 461.00 (-7.43%)n- QYOU Media Inc (QYOU.V) CAD 0.26 (-13.33%)n- Media Central Corp Inc (FLYY.CN) 0.02 (-20.00%)n

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Restaurant owner makes last-ditch effort on social media as business plummets – CTV Toronto

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BARRIE —
Business for a Barrie restaurant is plummeting during the most recent lockdown, and it’s prompting the owner to reach out on social media for help.

“We have zero orders for Thursday; we have zero orders for Friday and Saturday,” says Urban Dish owner Jennifer LeGallais, “it’s a little heartbreaking when we realize that without your take-out orders, we will not make it until May.”

The Urban Dish has been a staple in Barrie’s south end for eight years, and last night, LeGallais, posted a video to Facebook in one final desperate attempt to get the business flowing once again.

Less than twelve hours later, LeGallais woke up to something she could never have imagined; the video was seen more than 5,000 times, and the restaurants’ phone was ringing off the hook.

“We have 75 or 80 orders going now as of (Wednesday) night, and we had zero, so this is crazy,” she says.

But despite most recent orders, LeGallais says she is still just trying to make it to May; that’s when the warm patio season typically gets going.

“We kind of use the hashtag ‘makes it to May’ because that’s when our patio opens and warmer weather comes, and whatever stage the lockdown is at, we have faith that the patio will be open for at least that,” she says.

The same goes for many of the restaurants that are still open in downtown.

“It’s the inconsistency of opening and closing that’s really been the issue,” says North Country owner Steve Ricalis.

Ricalis owns three establishments in the downtown core, and so far, take has been good to him, but he says he’ll agree to anything to get people back.

“Patio season would be great, but I’d rather see people inside the restaurants myself,” says Ricalis. “Every bit helps for sure you know even the ten people helped you just selling some alcohol and stuff like that it does help.”

On Monday night, Barrie city council will discuss the possibility of opening patios as soon as April 1st. It may also consider waving any fees associated with the patio permits this summer

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Penguins alter social media post, admit wrongdoing – National Post

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Social media users are calling a penalty on the Pittsburgh Penguins for altering a photo to make fans look as if they were wearing their required face masks properly.

The Penguins tweeted a photo Wednesday night with spectators in the stands at PPG Paints Arena for the first time since the start of the coronavirus pandemic nearly one year ago. The photo is accompanied by a caption that reads, “We just had to say this again… Thanks for the continued support, Penguins fans. We can’t wait to see you tomorrow night.”

But a Pittsburgh-area reporter posted an original photo from Getty Images that showed three fans wearing masks improperly — and one woman maskless — and compared it with the image posted by the team.

In the photo shared by the Penguins, the masks of the three people cover their noses, which they didn’t in the original, and the maskless woman is cropped out.

Twitter users said the Penguins were wrong.

“Whoever made the decision to photoshop masks on fans in this photo should be fired, and the team should apologize. This is a historic pandemic that’s killed over 500,000 – and your franchise player has missed ice time because of it,” one man wrote, referring to Penguins star Sidney Crosby, who is out because of league health and safety protocols. “You can do better than lying to the public.”

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The team released a statement Thursday.

“While perhaps well intended, our staffer should not have altered a wide crowd photo to adjust masks on faces of even a few fans who were not strictly following the rules. Our social media team should never send out altered photos to our fan base. This is a violation of our social media and safety policy, and this staffer has been disciplined,” the statement said.

The team also said “they are taking all precautions to enforce the use of masks to keep our fans safe” and adopting a “zero-tolerance policy.”

On Monday, Gov. Tom Wolf announced an occupancy limit of 15 percent at indoor venues, meaning PPG Paints Arena can hold about 2,800 fans for hockey.

The Penguins beat the Philadelphia Flyers 5-2 on Tuesday night and will host them again Thursday night in the second of a three-game series. The team hadn’t played at home in front of spectators since March 8, 2020.

–Field Level Media

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