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New study finds the developmentally disabled are vulnerable in Ontario

New study finds the developmentally disabled are vulnerable in OntarioPeople with developmental disabilities are more likely than the non-disabled to encounter problems with Ontario's health-care system regardless of age, sex or class, a new study suggests. The research from the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences found the developmentally disabled were significantly more likely to die young, languish in hospital without plans for appropriate aftercare, spend time in long-term care, or have repeat hospitalizations and emergency room visits than their non-disabled peers. The study, compiled by researchers from ICES, the Centre for Addictions and Mental Health and the University of Ontario Institute of Technology, said the findings held true regardless of what disability was specifically at play.

Man accused of killing 11-year-old daughter dies in hospital, police say

Man accused of killing 11-year-old daughter dies in hospital, police sayTORONTO — A man accused of killing his daughter on her 11th birthday died in hospital on Wednesday evening, police said, noting that their investigation into the girl's death is not over. Roopesh Rajkumar had been hospitalized with what police described as a self-inflicted gunshot wound since shortly after his arrest. His daughter, Riya Rajkumar, became the subject of an Amber Alert late Thursday night after her father allegedly indicated to her mother that he planned to hurt both the child and himself.Shortly after the alert was sent out, Peel regional police knocked down the door to her father's home in Brampton, Ont., and found Riya's body.Officers have not released her cause of death, and note that the homicide unit will continue its investigation.Rajkumar was arrested by provincial police more than 100 kilometres away in Oro-Medonte, Ont., and was charged with first-degree murder.Investigators have said that after Rajkumar was transferred into the custody of local police, they discovered he was injured and took him to hospital. The province's police watchdog declined to investigate the circumstances leading to the gunshot wound.The day Riya died — Valentine's Day — was also her and her mother's birthdays."She was so excited for her birthday, looking forward to having dinner later that evening," Riya's mother, Priya Ramdin, said in a statement Tuesday. "Never did I think that my daughter would not return back to me."Riya's funeral was held earlier Wednesday.The Canadian Press

Off-duty police officer, woman stabbed outside elementary school in Delta, B.C.

Off-duty police officer, woman stabbed outside elementary school in Delta, B.C.DELTA, B.C. — An off-duty police officer and a woman were stabbed outside a private elementary school on Wednesday in Delta, B.C.The male officer was at Immaculate Conception elementary school just after 3 p.m. and witnessed an assault between a man and a woman in front of the school, police said in a news release."He intervened, and during the altercation the woman and the officer were stabbed," said Delta Police spokeswoman Cris Leykauf. The two people were transported to hospital in serious to critical condition, British Columbia Emergency Health Services said.Police said later Wednesday that the conditions of both victims are considered to be serious.The suspect was taken into custody, but police said the scene remained active and advised parents to pick up their children at a location away from the school.Principal Maurice Jacob said that during the incident, the school went into a lockdown, which students and staff have practised in the past."All the children are safe. No children were harmed at all. No staff were harmed at all," he said.He said all the children had left the school and been picked up by their parents by 5 p.m. Wednesday.Jacob said he could not comment on the incident itself or the identity of the woman who was injured.Police said more information will be released as it becomes available.Ernie Saunders, who lives on the 12th floor of a highrise next to the school, said he looked out his window when he heard many sirens."The area's all cordoned off and the actual stabbing area is cordoned off."Saunders said police had a suspect sitting on the grass in handcuffs."He's off to jail, I guess," he said. "The lady and the other officer are off to hospital."The Canadian Press

PM joins hundreds in Halifax square to remember 7 refugee children lost in fire

PM joins hundreds in Halifax square to remember 7 refugee children lost in firePrime Minister Justin Trudeau was among the hundreds of people who gathered in Halifax's main square Wednesday night in support of a Syrian refugee family that lost seven children in a house fire, as pressure mounted to bring other members of the grieving family to Nova Scotia. The mourners gathered at Grand Parade in front of city hall and listened solemnly as the Barho children's names and ages were read out followed by a moment of silence. Natalie Horne, of the organization that sponsored the Barho family, spoke through tears as she described the personalities of the children.

Justin Trudeau rallies N.S. supporters with fond memories as controversies rage

Justin Trudeau rallies N.S. supporters with fond memories as controversies rageHALIFAX — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visited friendly Nova Scotia territory on Wednesday evening to thank fundraisers and recall happier times, as controversies rage in Ottawa.The prime minister began his visit attending an evening vigil for a Syrian family that lost seven children in a fast-moving fire earlier in the week before attending a fundraising gathering of donors who have provided his party at least $1,500.Long-time backroom Liberal organizers were in the group of about 100 people gathered in the ballroom of the Halifax Hotel to hear his 15-minute speech.He avoided all talk of controversies over the SNC-Lavalin prosecution and didn't make himself available for reporters' questions.Since last week, the government has seen the high-profile resignations of one cabinet member — former justice minister and attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould, who became the minister of veterans affairs in January — and Trudeau's principal secretary, Gerald Butts.In his speech, the prime minister focused on the positive past, reminding his supporters the party holds all 11 seats in the province, and is looking for a repeat in the 2019 election.Trudeau repeated his familiar criticisms of the Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer, who has also been making swings through the region in the hope of weakening the Liberal sweep of Atlantic Canada in the last election.Trudeau suggested his political opponents are aligning themselves with populist and extremist political forces."We were not and are not going to play up personal attacks and personal differences," he said."If you get elected by dividing Canadians against each other, sure you can get elected, but you won't be able to govern right," he said.On Thursday, Trudeau is expected to make an announcement on improving a busy expressway that commuters use to enter Halifax.In the afternoon, he's heading to the Black Cultural Centre to tour historical exhibits in the suburb of Cherry Brook, and he will later deliver a speech in recognition of black history month.The Canadian Press

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