Chelsea Widdicombe and Scott Robinson are delighted with the news there is flight for them Friday from Cusco to Lima, and another waiting to return them to Canada. They expect to be home early Saturday morning, and they, and their family, couldn't be happier. (Photo supplied)
Niagara-on-the-Lake residents Scott Robinson and Chelsea Widdicombe are … [Read more...] about UPDATE: They’re coming home
Stewart Friesen practises racing on a simulator in his basement, with his young son helping. (Photo supplied)
It was a busy day of racing for Niagara-on-the-Lake native Stewart Friesen this past Sunday. He began by competing against the likes of Kyle and Kurt Busch, Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Bubba Wallace in the Dixie Vodka 150 at Homestead-Miami … [Read more...] about Local driver racing on NASCAR virtual track
Scott Robinson and Chelsea Widdicombe, travelling in Peru, want to come home, but were unable to get to the airport for a flight home.
On Monday, Canada’s foreign affairs minister had successfully arranged for three repatriation planes to arrive in Peru this week, but it won’t be enough to get local residents Scott Robinson and Chelsea Widdicombe … [Read more...] about NOTL friends unlikely to be home soon
Chelsea Widdicombe and Scott Robinson are not optimistic about their chances of getting home from Peru any time soon. (Photo supplied)
Time is quickly running out for Niagara-on-the-Lake residents Chelsea Widdicombe and Scott Robinson, who are trapped in Peru.
That country’s minister of defense announced that by midnight Sunday morning, March 22, … [Read more...] about Update: Two Locals Continue to Await Airlift from Peru
Scott Robinson and Chelsea Widdicombe in Peru before a country-wide quarantine closed the borders. (Photo supplied)
All they want is to come home. Or, at least, to know when they can get back to Niagara-on-the-Lake.
Local residents Scott Robinson and Chelsea Widdicombe, both 23, are stuck in Peru, due to a country-wide quarantine that has closed … [Read more...] about Young NOTLers stuck in Peru, hoping to return home soon
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