“Charge Bank Hold-Up To Convict In West,” Toronto Star. April 19, 1941. Page 02.
Will Bring Back Suspect in Torotno Robbery
Fred Danyluk, 32, now serving a five-year sentence for bank robbery and auto theft in Prince Albert penitentiary, is to be brought to Toronto to face a charge of holding up a St. Clair Ave. bank.
Det.-Sergt. John B. Nimmo leaves Sunday night for Prince Albert with a warrant to bring back Danyluk. He is charged with holding up Denis F. Bonyun, teller, of the Canadian Bank of Commerce St. Clair Ave. W., with a sawed-off shotgun and taking $1,508. The robbery occurred Nov., 1939.
Police charge that Danylik entered the bank alone dressed as a farmer, with a swed off shotgun, and shoved a note into the teller’s cage with a threat to shoot.
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Canadians who have been vaccinated with one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine can socialize with close family and friends outdoors over the summer months, Canada's chief public health officer said today.
With the vaccine supply ramping up, virtually all Canadians will have access to at least one vaccine dose by June. Dr. Theresa Tam said that extra layer of protection will allow some of the more stringent social distancing measures to be relaxed — but Canadians must continue to avoid indoor gatherings altogether until more people are fully vaccinated.
Tam said a more social summer will depend on Canadians staying apart for the rest of the spring. The case count is still too high and vaccination coverage too low to do away with public health measures right now, she said. Even partially vaccinated people should stay away from others until there is broader vaccine coverage in the weeks ahead.
Tam said provinces should begin to lift public health restrictions only once 75 per cent of all adults have had at least one vaccine dose and 20 per cent are fully vaccinated.