Black for garbage, blue for recycling, but which bin is for artillery shells?

An Ontario man found a live WWI-era artillery shell in his neighbour's trash.

Black for garbage, blue for recycling, but which bin is for artillery shells?

An Ontario man found a live WWI-era artillery shell in his neighbour's trash.

It was a normal garbage day in London, Ont., this week. Everyone hauled their trash out to the curb and left it for pick-up.

But in one case, it wasn't a garbage truck that came to collect. It was the local police, the army, and the bomb squad.

Danny Vellow noticed that along with his neighbour's usual trash, an antique artillery shell laid on the curb. As an ironworker, he worked at the Lac La Biche bombing range many times so he knew what he was looking at.