Hamilton man charged with impaired driving in Port Dover

A Hamilton man has been charged with impaired driving after being pulled over by police in Port Dover. A concerned citizen called police to report a pickup truck driving aggressively around 11:30 p.m. on Saturday. The vehicle was seen travelling into Jarvis and eventually into Hagersville where it was pulled over by officers. “While speaking with the male driver, police detected signs of impairment by alcohol and the driver was subsequently arrested,” said OPP in a news release.A 27-year-old Hamilton man was arrested and charged with impaired driving and refusing to provide a breath sample.He is scheduled to appear in a Cayuga court at a later date.

70 participating mining companies at Indaba next February

first_imgNo other event on the African continent brings a more internationally diverse audience with investment, national, and global influence and a specific focus on Africa than that of Mining Indaba. Many of the leaders of Africa’s mining sector are all in one place for one week.In addition, you will be able to meet 70+ mining companies and specifically hear from the following: Acacia Mining, Anglo American, AngloGold Ashanti, B2Gold, Centamin, Copperzone Resources, Endeavour Mining, ERG, Exxaro, Gryphon Minerals, Ivanhoe Mines, Jindal Africa, Kibaran Resources Ltd., Lonmin Plc, Metallon Corporation, Middle Island Resources, Mkango Resources Limited, Monument Mining Ltd., Nordgold, Peninsula Energy Limited, Resolute Mining Limited, Randgold Resources Ltd., Rio Tinto, Sierra Rutile Limited, South32, Vedanta, West African Minerals, & White Rivers Exploration.Investing in African Mining Indaba™ is an annual professional conference dedicated to the capitalisation and development of mining interests in Africa. It is currently Africa’s largest mining event. It will be held February 8-11 in Cape Town next year.last_img read more