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Barrie woman tips off police about threats from would-be suitor

A woman who called Barrie Police from her workplace at 1:30 a.m. Sunday suspected a man was trying to break into her home.

The woman said she had been communicating with the man on Facebook for the two days and told the man she didn’t want anything to do with him.

Police say he became angry, making threats in person and with text messages.

Officers arrived to her home to find the man parked out front.

A 30-year-old Mississauga man was arrested and charged with uttering death threats, attempted break and enter and several counts of mischief. He was also charged with impaired care and control of a vehicle.

Highway 400 Bridge replacement planned

The province is widening Highway 400, from Highway 9 north to the Holland Marsh – widening and replacing the bridges over the North and South Canals.

The South Canal Bridge replacement will take place first, with completion slated for 2018. Once that project, and the construction of the new interchange at the 400 & Line 5 BWG are completed, work will begin on the North Canal Bridge replacement, Bradford West Gwillimbury Council was told by Mike Trader, Senior Association and Professional Engineer with Stantec.

As part of the project, a section of the North Canal will be realigned to the north, the Central River Culvert will be “rehabilitated, removed or replaced” – and the existing Canal Road Ramps will be closed.

Trader noted that construction on the Design-Build project will begin in 2019 and take three years to complete. The highway and bridge will initially be widened to six lanes in each direction, “10 lanes ultimately.”

During construction, the Ministry of Transportation plans to keep three lanes of Hwy. 400 open in each direction, by starting the new bridge 11 metres from the existing roadway on each side, then shifting traffic as the centre span is built.

While Hwy. 400 traffic will continue to flow, North Canal Road will be closed between Wist and Davis, for the three years of the project.

A public meeting to present the project will be held at the BWG Leisure Centre, 471 West Park Ave. on Wednesday, March 30, from 4 to 7 p.m.

Councillors suggested that there would be strong public reaction to the plans. Mayor Rob Keffer called the closure of North Canal Road an issue for marsh farmers, noting, “The farming community I don’t think will be pleased with a 3 year closure.”

“This is pretty serious,” agreed Councillor Gary Lamb.