Radio Western Morning News

NEWSCAST - Thursday, November 28, 2019

Emma Fairgrieve


-The Western community is mourning the death of Jeffrey Courage, a 21-year-old, social Science student, who passed away Sunday. 

-On Friday, Western will lower the flag on University College in Courage’s honour.

-Students and community members are encouraged to donate to the Canadian Mental Health Association of Grey-Bruce or the Kids Help Phone.


-Two teenage girls were stabbed inside a restaurant near downtown.

-On Wednesday, emergency crews were called to a restaurant at the corner of Dundas and William Streets, near H. B. Beal Secondary School and Catholic Central High School. 

-Police say both girls were found with minor stab wounds and were transported to hospital by paramedics.

-The investigation is still ongoing. 

-Jackson White will finally get his chance to be the Western Mustangs starting quarterback.

-The Cambridge native grew up cheering for Western and dreamed of winning a Vanier Cup national championship with the Mustangs.


-Cloudy today with drizzle expected to end early this afternoon.

-Friday a mix of sun and clouds with a high of 2

-Saturday mainly cloudy with a high of 0

 -Sunday calling for rain and flurries with a high of 6