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A man was standing in a private driveway when he was struck by his own vehicle and later pronounced dead at the scene over the weekend, Ontario Provincial Police say.

On May 28, shortly before 6 p.m., Hawkesbury OPP responded to the incident that occurred on Pearl Road in the Township of Champlain, OPP noted in a press release. The township is about an hour's drive from Ottawa's city centre.

Michel Titley, a 64-year-old from the Township of Alfred and Plantagenet, was identified as the deceased.

The Hawkesbury detachment of the OPP says it is continuing to investigate the fatal incident with the help of the OPP Technical Collision Investigators and Reconstructionist. The teams work on assessing the factors leading up to a collision.

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A 40-year-old Cambridge man managed to get into a whole lot of trouble after deciding to drive "unclothed," according to Waterloo Regional Police.

On February 26, police were called at around 4:15 p.m. to Jamieson Parkway and Lardner Street in Cambridge for reports of "a collision." Once they arrived, they found a lot more, including a break-in, assault, property damage, and a naked man, according to a press release.

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A decade-long international manhunt for a B.C. gang member named Conor D'Monte has reportedly ended with an arrest in Puerto Rico.

There was a $100,000 reward on the "high-ranking" gang member, after he was charged with the murder of a rival gang member named Kevin LeClair in 2009.

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An investigation has been launched after a university professor in B.C. was accused of making racist comments during a lecture.

In the video, posted to Streamable, you can hear the professor from the University of British Columbia's Department of Chemistry, rambling about IQ levels and race.

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Allegations of sexual violence at Western University are currently being investigated, according to a tweet posted by the university on September 12.

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