Newspaper clipping from The Daily Press, Sept 9, 1941, Timmins Man Is Held for Questioning - en anglais seulement

This is a newspaper clipping cut out of The Daily Press, dated September 9, 1941. The headline reads, Timmins Man Is Held for Questioning.

Antonio (Tony) Mascioli was interned on June 10, 1940 at Camp Petawawa, together with his brother Leopoldo (Leo) Mascioli.  Tony was released on February 18, 1941. 

This newspaper article outlines the second arrest of Tony Mascioli on September 8, 1941.  Timmins RCMP were instructed to have Tony brought in for questioning, however he was in Toronto with his wife and son, Norman Mascioli.  Norman was returning to university there and his parents were staying at a hotel.  Toronto RCMP arrested Tony at the hotel lobby.  He was interned again for a second time at Camp Petawawa and released a month later. The news story states, "It is understood that his re-arrest follows an amendment to the Defence of Canada Regulations written into the law books since his release from the Petawawa Camp (in February, 1941)."