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2015/05/22 15:41
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A man accused of having enough castor beans to produce a “substantial quantity” of the deadly toxin ricin signed a 12-month peace bond Friday in Charlottetown. Amir Raisolsadat of Stratford, P.E.I.,...
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2015/05/22 15:20
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The funeral for a dead newborn found by a caretaker outside a P.E.I. church last month will be held May 30, while Mounties are still trying to find the baby's parents. The child, known as Baby...
2015/05/22 12:15
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It’s unconstitutional in Canada to charge someone with a crime if the offence was not illegal at the time it was committed, technically called an ex post facto law. Unfortunately, the framers of the...
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2015/05/22 10:39
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The man charged in connection with the 2013 beating death of Julie Paskall, which triggered a heated community debate about public safety in Surrey, is expected to plead guilty on Friday. Yosef Jomo...
2015/05/22 08:34
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Rattlesnakes, of course, are familiar residents of the Okanagan. They are one of six species of snakes common to the Okanagan Valley. Corn snakes are not one of the six. But there was Vernon’s Pete...
2015/05/22 06:20
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A 32-year-old teacher from the Elk Island Catholic School Division is facing a string of sex charges in relation to a teenaged female student. Brett Daniel Mittelsteadt of Strathcona County is...
2015/05/22 00:07
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The Terrace RCMP responded to approximately 33 calls for service from May 20th, 8 AM till May 21st, 8 AM. During the same time period four people were lodged in Terrace Cells. One of these people was...
2015/05/21 23:56
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It’s been 20 years since the Aimee Beaulieu transition house opened in Nelson as an emergency safe place for women and children who are facing violence. Opened in May 1995, the transition house was...
2015/05/21 23:45
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A 21-year-old Millarville man is in custody and has been charged with a number of offenses after a home invasion in Black Diamond during the early morning hours of May 20. Turner Valley RCMP say a...
2015/05/21 23:21
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A young bear that was spotted up a tree in Townsend Park has been relocated deeper into the forest. The bear was found in the west end of the park, near the ball diamonds, late Wednesday afternoon. A...
2015/05/21 23:20
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MONTREAL — Prime Minister Stephen Harper confirmed his government's intentions to give the RCMP new powers and more resources to fight terrorism — and he did so Thursday at the same airport where,...
2015/05/21 23:20
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Someone might be sabotaging spuds in Atlantic Canada again. Police in Nova Scotia and P.E.I. say they're investigating potential food tampering after three potatoes sold at three different stores...
2015/05/21 22:38
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Kelowna's collective pedal power got a boost from Mayor Colin Basran this week, as he embarked on his first cycle to the office in the lead up to Bike to Work Week. He decided to participate in the...
2015/05/21 22:37
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The Grande Prairie Jaycees took a survey in May 1965 in an effort to determine community needs and wants. It found the greatest recreational needs, in order, were a YMCA, a civic centre and an indoor...
2015/05/21 22:19
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Before Penticton Minor Hockey Association (PMHA) players are able to step on the ice next season, one of their parents/guardians will have to complete the Respect in Sport course. PMHA vice-president...
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2015/05/21 22:17
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As Langley City’s homelessness task force begins its work, it is instructive to consider the words of Langley RCMP Supt. Murray Power, who spoke to Greater Langley Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday...
2015/05/21 22:17
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The yearbook for the Langley High School class of 1955 described Bill Forrest as “tall, dark and quite a flirt.” Sixty years later, the now silver-haired Forrest was chatting with a group of five...
2015/05/21 21:44
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A person suffering a drug overdose at the Cliff Avenue homeless camp Wednesday survived thanks to the help of a good samaritan prepared for such an emergency. Ambulance and firefighters responded to...
2015/05/21 21:19
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Two of the top 10 most wanted auto theft suspects in B.C. had their bail hearings pushed forward after a brief appearance at the Penticton Courthouse. Soper appeared via video from Surrey, where he...
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2015/05/21 21:10
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Two weeks of breaking into homes has landed a Nanaimo man a year-long stay in prison. According to Nanaimo RCMP, Timothy Joseph Dafoe, 31, of Nanaimo, was sentenced to one year in jail at Nanaimo...
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