CHFD - Thursday, May 23, 2024 - 06:00 a.m. (ET) - Segment #12

>>> Two people are in critical condition after a shooting in mississauga. Peel regional police were called to winston churchill boulevard and battleford road just after 11 wednesday night. Two men were taken to hospital by civilian vehicles in life-threatening condition. It happened in the parking lot of settler's green public school, and a heavy police presence remains this morning. According to the peel district school board, the school is open today, but the parking lot will remain closed. There is no suspect information at this time. [ ] >> Candace: let's -- let's get a check on the forecast now with ross. Pardon me, ross. You know, five days off... I'm a bit groggy in the head. Especially with all of this heat. >> Ross: yeah, and you know, I try not to complain about the weather, no matter what we experience. >> Candace: mm-hmm. >> Ross: but I did start to hear some complaints about the heat and the humidity. >> Candace: yeah. >> Ross: over the last couple of days. Understandable, especially if you don't have ac, but better weather conditions today. Still above average, but just not as humid. And sunshine, too. That's always nice, isn't it? And you can see here on the harbour cam, not a cloud in sight. And we're expecting one of those days today. Certainly different than yesterday, when those towering cumulus clouds started bubbling up, so those strong storms north and west of the city. A quieter weather day for all areas today. Still going to be a little breezy with those winds out of the southwest, but certainly not as warm. At this time yesterday, we were already approaching the 20s. Even above that. The humidex values are rising as well. And you can see the humidex values. When they start to get 30 and above is when they start to feel uncomfortable, and I think we'll remain below 30 today. Still some cloud cover remaining over far eastern ontario from that front as it moved west to east. That's what started up those thunderstorms, but you can see plenty of clear skies as we have high pressure nudging in and we'll stay dry today and tomorrow. And that sleeping weather... The overnight lows will be much more comfortable, too. So near 25 today in toronto. We're into the MID-20s around ottawa. So cooler conditions across the area. High 20s in windsor, and, yes, the overnight low will be closer to about 13°. We were staying in the high teens, low 20s as an overnight low. Quiet weather. You can see that today. Plenty of sunshine as we head through tomorrow as well. We'll have to watch out for a line of showers and thunderstorms moving through by the afternoon on saturday. That should clear by the evening. And besides that, we're looking at dry conditions. So, we'll watch out for that on saturday. 23 tomorrow with the sunshine. 22 on sunday with a sun/cloud mix. Looks to be more unsettled early next week. And that's a look at your ok tire weather. Candace? >> Candace: thanks, ross. [ ] >> Candace: the toronto argonauts are gearing up for training camp at the university of guelph, with anticipation building for a cfl pre-season match you have between the hamilton ti-cats may 31stALITY the university's alumni stadium. So, of course, the city of guelph is buzzing as it gets ready to host the game, and also so many other festivities. Let's welcome the mayor of guelph, cam guthrie, here to talk all about it. Good morning, mayor guthrie. Thanks again for joining us. >> Thank you so much. Brad to be here. >> Candace: no, it's our pleasure. So what an exciting time of year for the city. The argoes have trained on the grphyons' campus since 2021, and this will make four years in a row guelph has hosted the pre-season game. That must be so great for all of you. Tell us more about that. >> Yeah. It's been great. The ARGOs coming to our city always gives a little extra spark to everybody in the city, knowing that a professional football team is here. And so, you know, they're out and about in the community. They're -- you know, they're very -- very easily accepted into our community, and we are able to kind of meet and greet people out and about in the community that are on the team, and it's been really fun. And looking forward to the pre-season game right here in guelph. >> Candace: for sure. >> So, it is kind of a buzz in the air for not just the city, but for the ARGOs, too. >> Candace: for sure, and they're pretty easy to spot, too. I remember from my time in regina, it's not hard to spot a cfl player when they're walking town the street, for sure. And no doubt a lot goes into accommodating a premiere event like this. The game is on friday -- on a friday, I should say, but why not stay the weekend? Can you tell us more about how the tourism team, the argoes and the university are teaming up to make that happen? >> Yes. So, we have a great opportunity where what we're saying is if you come to guelph and stay over one night and you'll be able to stay at gordon hall, which is right basically beside the university of guelph. You can -- if you stay there for one night, you'll get two free tickets to the ARGOs'

pre-season game against the hamilton ti-cats, so what we want is for people to come to guelph and experience all that guelph has to offer, but at the same time, come and see a great football game between the ARGOs and the ti-cats, which is always a good rivalry and it will be at that great game, so... We hope that people don't just come for the game. We want people to stay and see the rest of our city and what our city has to offer, and that's why you get two free tickets if you stay one night right beside the university in gordon hall. And there's lots of information that's available for people to find out about that at the gathered here website. Gather in guelph website, which is our tourism website. You can get all the details there. >> Candace: awesome. Well, I doubt you'll have to twist many arms to convince them to take part in that. It's such a beautiful city with a great downtown, beautiful university campus, and of course, this wonderful game. Anything else visitors can look forward to? Tailgates or anything like that? >> Oh, there will always be a lot of hype around the game. There is the opportunity for that. There's going to be -- look, it is close to our downtown core. >> Candace: yep. >> We have a lot of historic buildings, a lot of great restaurants. Lots of great opportunities for -- we have a beautiful arborry up where they have have trails and people can really take in some nature trails there. The boat house downtown, where people can grab some ice cream right around the river. There's just so much to do in guelph, and it is quite a beautiful place, and yeah, I'm the mayor and you're thinking, oh, he has to say that. >> Candace: [ Laughter ] >> But I'm a citizen of guelph, and I love this city, too. And it is a beautiful place. So come, experience what all guelph has to offer. Get to know us a little bit better, and then, hey, get those two free tickets to the ARGOs and cheer them on. Or if you have to, you know, cheer on on the hamilton tiger-cats, too. >> Candace: yapp, that's going to be a tough choice for a lot of cfl fans. But thank you so much. Really appreciate it. And looking forward to that game. Folks at home, mayor of guelph cam guthrie. Have a great one. >> All right. Thank you. Go ARGOs! >> Candace: stay with us. Your national headlines are coming up next. You're watching "global news announcer: Tonight... We're ready. Let's go, let's go! (Sirens blaring) 9-1-1,all new tonightat 8 Eastern on Global. It's Leon's Storewide Super Sale! Save up to 50% on furniture. Save up to 50% on mattresses. Plus, get an l2 washer and dryer set for only $998 including a 2 year warranty! On now for a limited time! [Nurse Anna] Leonard Thompson 13 years old Diabetes mellitus 65 pounds [Nurse May] Starve the child to let them live? The treatment's as cruel as the disease. [whispering] It's a death sentence. [Best] Dr. Banting? This could be it. [Macleod] He's the first to receive this trial. -But will it save him? [knocking on door] It's not pure enough. So we try again. [Banting] And again And again [Narrator] Before the discovery of insulin, diabetes was a death sentence. Banting, Best, Collip and Macleod's breakthrough has saved millions of lives. Leonard Thompson'swas the first. I'm Al Sebastian, owner of TBay Modular Floors and I love fishing. If you do too, stop by my store, buy some flooring, and enter my contest to win a deluxe Labor Day weekend fishing adventure for two at Moosehorn Lodge in Sioux Lookout. The contest runs until June 30th and includes gas money, a cabin for 3 nights, all meals, 2 full days of guided fishing, and more. So, if you're in the market for flooring and you love fishing, stop by TBay Modular Floors at 1142 Russell St. It will be great to see you. These are the faces of addiction. Faces of your brothers, sisters, sons and daughters. Faces of those battling life controlling issues. Adult & Teen Challenge of Central Canada is changing these faces of addiction into faces of hope. We see faces full of potential, and full of joy. Waiting to be seen and known. Join us in our mission by making a donation addition to financial donations, we accept clothing and we welcome vehicle donations. Adult & Teen Challenge of Central Canada. Freedom from addiction starts here. Word for Word, 5:30 weekdays on Global Thunder Bay. T's great to see you guys" "i love watching this show" "high five! Do it!" "that makes me so happy" "thank you canada" >> Announcer: it's canada's

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