Father of Cassidy Bernard's twins charged with second-degree murder in her death
Father of Cassidy Bernard's twins charged with second-degree murder in her death . The young mother was found dead in her home in We'koqma'q First Nation in Cape Breton on Oct. 24, 2018.Dwight Austin Isadore, 20, is also facing charges of abandoning a child. The infant girls were found inside the home at the same time Bernard's body was discovered. They were dehydrated, but not harmed.© Provided by cbc.ca Austin Isadore, 20, is the father of Cassidy Bernard's twin daughters. Police announced Monday that they would be making an announcement about developments in the case today.
The fall season is certainly known for it's wild and changeable nature, and as we come close to finishing off this season, we'll see an extreme weather divide country wide this week.
That's as parts ofwith Siberian air making it feel closer to 40 with the wind chill, all the while as temperatures soar into the mid-double digits.
Tracking the mysterious underwater migration of female lobsters
A marine biology researcher from North Carolina is trying to figure out how far a female lobster will go to lay eggs, and she's enlisted the help of Grand Manan fishermen.Heather Koopman, senior scientist at the Grand Manan Whale and Seabird Research Station, has enlisted the help of Grand Manan fishermen to tag any female lobsters they catch and to report when they recapture one that's been tagged.
It all happens on Tuesday.
"This is about as extreme of a temperature variation you can really muster across Canada as wildy different air masses battle it out," says Weather Network meteorologist Tyler Hamilton.
Watch more on the cause of this extreme temperature divide in the video with meteorologist Tyler Hamilton above.
Gabriel Klein should be found guilty of murder, Crown says in closing arguments .
Gabriel Klein's bizarre behaviour while in custody shows he tried to feign mental illness after stabbing and killing a 13-year-old girl at an Abbotsford high school, a B.C. Crown prosecutor said Tuesday. During the second day of his closing arguments in a New Westminster courtroom, prosecutor Rob Macgowan told court Klein's actions the day of the attack were deliberate.He said there is no reason to believe Klein was unaware of the consequences, and that he should be found guilty of murder.