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Surrey Leader
Complaint about pot smokers leads to seizure of gun, drugs and brass knuckles with built-in taserA Langley RCMP response to a complaint about three young men smoking pot ended
Complaint about pot smokers leads to seizure of gun, drugs and brass knuckles with built-in taser
Surrey Leader / Posted 19 minutes ago
A Langley RCMP response to a complaint about three young men smoking pot ended with the seizure of a mother load of illegal items, including brass knuckles with a built-in taser. On Aug. 26, around 2:30 p.m., one of Langley’s traffic officers... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Two B.C. teens face second-degree murder charges in death of manVERNON, B.C. -- Two teenagers from British Columbia's north Okanagan are facing
Two B.C. teens face second-degree murder charges in death of man
Calgary Sun / Posted 29 minutes ago
VERNON, B.C. -- Two teenagers from British Columbia's north Okanagan are facing second-degree murder charges a week after a man's body was found in a park. Forty-two-year-old Jason Hardy was found dead near a lawn-bowling facility in Vernon's Polson... Read more
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Calgary Sun
RCMP says items found near Yellowknife belonged to missing Japanese touristYELLOWKNIFE -- RCMP say personal items found in the woods outside Yellowknife b
RCMP says items found near Yellowknife belonged to missing Japanese tourist
Calgary Sun / Posted 29 minutes ago
YELLOWKNIFE -- RCMP say personal items found in the woods outside Yellowknife belonged to a Japanese tourist who disappeared from the area last fall. But police say human remains found with the items must still undergo forensic tests that could take... Read more
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Aldergrove Star
Complaint about pot smokers leads to seizure of gun, drugs and brass knuckles with built-in taserA Langley RCMP response to a complaint about three young men smoking pot ended
Complaint about pot smokers leads to seizure of gun, drugs and brass knuckles with built-in taser
Aldergrove Star / Posted 31 minutes ago
A Langley RCMP response to a complaint about three young men smoking pot ended with the seizure of a mother load of illegal items, including brass knuckles with a built-in taser. On Aug. 26, around 2:30 p.m., one of Langley’s traffic officers... Read more
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Langley Times
Complaint about pot smokers leads to seizure of gun, drugs and brass knuckles with built-in taserA Langley RCMP response to a complaint about three young men smoking pot ended
Complaint about pot smokers leads to seizure of gun, drugs and brass knuckles with built-in taser
Langley Times / Posted 32 minutes ago
A Langley RCMP response to a complaint about three young men smoking pot ended with the seizure of a mother load of illegal items, including brass knuckles with a built-in taser. On Aug. 26, around 2:30 p.m., one of Langley’s traffic officers... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Two B.C. teens face second-degree murder charges in death of manTwo teenagers from British Columbia’s north Okanagan are facing second-degree m
Two B.C. teens face second-degree murder charges in death of man
The Globe and Mail / Posted an hour ago
Two teenagers from British Columbia’s north Okanagan are facing second-degree murder charges a week after a man’s body was found in a park. Forty-two-year-old Jason Hardy was found dead near a lawn-bowling facility in Vernon’s Polson Park Aug.... Read more
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Whitecourt Star
School zones in effectChristopher King Whitecourt Star What started out as simple letter to town co
School zones in effect
Whitecourt Star / Posted an hour ago
Christopher King Whitecourt Star What started out as simple letter to town council, has turned into a new bylaw in just four months. On April 19, Rhonda Chatman’s letter to the Town of Whitecourt council raised an issue that everyone in Whitecourt... Read more
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Terrace Standard
Driver reported to police as 'possibly intoxicated' strikes power poleTerrace RCMP responded to approximately 30 calls for service from September 1st
Driver reported to police as 'possibly intoxicated' strikes power pole
Terrace Standard / Posted an hour ago
Terrace RCMP responded to approximately 30 calls for service from September 1st, 8 a.m. till September 2nd, 8 a.m. During the same time period, three people were lodged in Terrace cells – one person was lodged for intoxication. A man screaming at a... Read more
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Fernie Free Press
Politics at its best? Or politics at its worst?With the official start of the federal election being called over the August lo
Politics at its best? Or politics at its worst?
Fernie Free Press / Posted an hour ago
With the official start of the federal election being called over the August long weekend, we also saw the start of political parties’ election sign campaigns. Now, love them, or hate them, they are part of the political tradition in Canada, and one... Read more
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Kelowna Capital News
Youth among pair arrested in connection with Vernon man's deathTwo people, including a 14-year-old, have been arrested in connection with the
Youth among pair arrested in connection with Vernon man's death
Kelowna Capital News / Posted 2 hours ago
Two people, including a 14-year-old, have been arrested in connection with the death of a Vernon man whose body was found in Polson Park. Vernon RCMP GIS/Serious Crime Unit announced the arrests on Wednesday in connection with the death of Jason... Read more
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Vernon Morning Star
Youth among pair arrested in connection with Vernon man's deathTwo people, including a 14-year-old, have been arrested in connection with the
Youth among pair arrested in connection with Vernon man's death
Vernon Morning Star / Posted 2 hours ago
Two people, including a 14-year-old, have been arrested in connection with the death of a Vernon man whose body was found in Polson Park. Vernon RCMP GIS/Serious Crime Unit announced the arrests on Wednesday in connection with the death of Jason... Read more
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Agassiz-Harrison Observer
Chilliwack man arrested for community mailbox theftsA Chilliwack man is in custody facing numerous charges in connection with theft
Chilliwack man arrested for community mailbox thefts
Agassiz-Harrison Observer / Posted 2 hours ago
A Chilliwack man is in custody facing numerous charges in connection with thefts from community mailboxes across the Fraser Valley. David Charles McGill, 47, was arrested on Aug. 28 and faces eight charges of mail theft, one of possession of... Read more
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Abbotsford News
Chilliwack man arrested for community mailbox theftsA Chilliwack man is in custody facing numerous charges in connection with theft
Chilliwack man arrested for community mailbox thefts
Abbotsford News / Posted 2 hours ago
A Chilliwack man is in custody facing numerous charges in connection with thefts from community mailboxes across the Fraser Valley. David Charles McGill, 47, was arrested on Aug. 28 and faces eight charges of mail theft, one of possession of... Read more
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BC Local News
Surrey man missing for three monthsSurrey RCMP is requesting the public's help in locating a man who hasn't been h
Surrey man missing for three months
BC Local News / Posted 2 hours ago
Surrey RCMP is requesting the public's help in locating a man who hasn't been heard from for three months. Shareef Abdulrahman, 32, was reported missing May 29 and has not been seen since. Police are concerned as he requires essential medication.... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Mining for votes in the north, Conservatives pledge new tax creditsNORTH BAY, Ont. -- Yan Roberts was among the dozens of people who filed into a
Mining for votes in the north, Conservatives pledge new tax credits
Calgary Sun / Posted 2 hours ago
NORTH BAY, Ont. -- Yan Roberts was among the dozens of people who filed into a mining products factory Wednesday to hear Stephen Harper announce expanded and enhanced mineral exploration tax credits. Like all of them, he'd signed up in advance,... Read more
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Mission City Record
Chilliwack man arrested for community mailbox theftsA Chilliwack man is in custody facing numerous charges in connection with theft
Chilliwack man arrested for community mailbox thefts
Mission City Record / Posted 2 hours ago
A Chilliwack man is in custody facing numerous charges in connection with thefts from community mailboxes across the Fraser Valley. David Charles McGill, 47, was arrested on Aug. 28 and faces eight charges of mail theft, one of possession of... Read more
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Maple Ridge News
Maple Ridge man trapped under car in ditchA 28-year-old Maple Ridge man in serious condition in hospital after a car went
Maple Ridge man trapped under car in ditch
Maple Ridge News / Posted 4 hours ago
A 28-year-old Maple Ridge man in serious condition in hospital after a car went into a water-filled ditch just before 1 a.m. Wednesday. Police don't believe the man was an occupant in the car, but was trapped underneath it, in the 23300-block of... Read more
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Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune
Police seek help to find missing seniorRCMP are asking for the public’s help in locating missing 72-year-old Patricia
Police seek help to find missing senior
Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune / Posted 4 hours ago
RCMP are asking for the public’s help in locating missing 72-year-old Patricia Ostrom. Ostrom has been missing since Sept. 1. Her family became worried about her whereabouts after she left a message saying she was going to Peace River. Ostrom... Read more
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Surrey Leader
Surrey man missing for three monthsSurrey RCMP is requesting the public's help in locating a man who hasn't been h
Surrey man missing for three months
Surrey Leader / Posted 4 hours ago
Surrey RCMP is requesting the public's help in locating a man who hasn't been heard from for three months. Shareef Abdulrahman, 32, was reported missing May 29 and has not been seen since. Police are concerned as he requires essential medication.... Read more
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BC Local News
Maple Ridge man trapped under car in ditchA 28-year-old Maple Ridge man in serious condition in hospital after a car went
Maple Ridge man trapped under car in ditch
BC Local News / Posted 4 hours ago
A 28-year-old Maple Ridge man in serious condition in hospital after a car went into a water-filled ditch just before 1 a.m. Wednesday. Police don't believe the man was an occupant in the car, but was trapped underneath it, in the 23300-block of... Read more
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Cloverdale Reporter
Surrey man missing for three monthsSurrey RCMP is requesting the public's help in locating a man who hasn't been h
Surrey man missing for three months
Cloverdale Reporter / Posted 4 hours ago
Surrey RCMP is requesting the public's help in locating a man who hasn't been heard from for three months. Shareef Abdulrahman, 32, was reported missing May 29 and has not been seen since. Police are concerned as he requires essential medication.... Read more
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Peace Arch News
Surrey man missing for three monthsSurrey RCMP is requesting the public's help in locating a man who hasn't been h
Surrey man missing for three months
Peace Arch News / Posted 4 hours ago
Surrey RCMP is requesting the public's help in locating a man who hasn't been heard from for three months. Shareef Abdulrahman, 32, was reported missing May 29 and has not been seen since. Police are concerned as he requires essential medication.... Read more
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Penticton Western News
Four rescued in Manning ParkWestern News Staff Penticton Search and Rescue (PENSAR) assisted in the evacua
Four rescued in Manning Park
Penticton Western News / Posted 4 hours ago
Western News Staff Penticton Search and Rescue (PENSAR) assisted in the evacuation of four stranded hikers from a rugged section of Manning Park Sept. 1. The Princeton Search and Rescue ground team received the initial call from Princeton RCMP who... Read more
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Surrey Leader
January trial for man accused of kidnapping, assaulting 9-year-old Surrey girlThe trial of a man charged with taking a nine-year-old from her Surrey bedroom
January trial for man accused of kidnapping, assaulting 9-year-old Surrey girl
Surrey Leader / Posted 6 hours ago
The trial of a man charged with taking a nine-year-old from her Surrey bedroom and attacking her last summer is scheduled to begin early next year. Cory Andrew Schaumleffel, 29, appeared by video in Surrey Provincial Court Tuesday morning (Sept. 1),... Read more
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Cloverdale Reporter
January trial for man accused of kidnapping, assaulting 9-year-old Surrey girlThe trial of a man charged with taking a nine-year-old from her Surrey bedroom
January trial for man accused of kidnapping, assaulting 9-year-old Surrey girl
Cloverdale Reporter / Posted 6 hours ago
The trial of a man charged with taking a nine-year-old from her Surrey bedroom and attacking her last summer is scheduled to begin early next year. Cory Andrew Schaumleffel, 29, appeared by video in Surrey Provincial Court Tuesday morning (Sept. 1),... Read more
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Peace Arch News
January trial for man accused of kidnapping, assaulting 9-year-old Surrey girlThe trial of a man charged with taking a nine-year-old from her Surrey bedroom
January trial for man accused of kidnapping, assaulting 9-year-old Surrey girl
Peace Arch News / Posted 6 hours ago
The trial of a man charged with taking a nine-year-old from her Surrey bedroom and attacking her last summer is scheduled to begin early next year. Cory Andrew Schaumleffel, 29, appeared by video in Surrey Provincial Court Tuesday morning (Sept. 1),... Read more
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Okotoks Western Wheel
Naked man seen in park behind schoolOkotoks RCMP are looking for anyone who may have seen a naked man walking in a
Naked man seen in park behind school
Okotoks Western Wheel / Posted 7 hours ago
Okotoks RCMP are looking for anyone who may have seen a naked man walking in a park behind a school in town last week. At approximately 10 p.m. on Aug. 26 two young girls were playing in the playground behind Big Rock School when they observed a... Read more
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Okotoks Western Wheel
Daytime robbers hit DeWintonRCMP are asking for tips and vigilance after several daytime break-and-enters i
Daytime robbers hit DeWinton
Okotoks Western Wheel / Posted 8 hours ago
RCMP are asking for tips and vigilance after several daytime break-and-enters in the rural area of DeWinton. RCMP members of the Okotoks Area Rural Crime Watch were say there have been several break-and-enters through ground level windows while... Read more
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BC Local News
Moose poacher fined $2,500An Oliver man who illegally killed and harvested a moose and its calf was fined
Moose poacher fined $2,500
BC Local News / Posted 8 hours ago
An Oliver man who illegally killed and harvested a moose and its calf was fined $2,500. David Martin, 29, pleaded guilty to hunting and killing wildlife out of season, hunting or carrying a firearm without a license, unlawful possession of dead... Read more
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Penticton Western News
Moose poacher fined $2,500An Oliver man who illegally killed and harvested a moose and its calf was fined
Moose poacher fined $2,500
Penticton Western News / Posted 8 hours ago
An Oliver man who illegally killed and harvested a moose and its calf was fined $2,500. David Martin, 29, pleaded guilty to hunting and killing wildlife out of season, hunting or carrying a firearm without a license, unlawful possession of dead... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Latest NewsA man held at the Brandon jail for possessing and making child porn has once ag
Latest News
Brandon Sun / Posted 10 hours ago
A man held at the Brandon jail for possessing and making child porn has once again been charged for having child porn — this time, in jail. The Brandon Police Service alleges that the accused had ripped photographs of girls from a newspaper and... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Bridge closure 'a hassle' for many driversA combine makes its way across the bridge over the Assiniboine River on Highway
Bridge closure 'a hassle' for many drivers
Brandon Sun / Posted 10 hours ago
A combine makes its way across the bridge over the Assiniboine River on Highway 250 north of Alexander in this July photo. The bridge was struck by what is believed to be farm equipment and is closed. Engineers are inspecting the truss bridge, which... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Rural Roundup - Sept. 2, 2015• A discarded piece of teak wood became an important diversion from conditions
Rural Roundup - Sept. 2, 2015
Brandon Sun / Posted 11 hours ago
• A discarded piece of teak wood became an important diversion from conditions in a Japanese prison camp for Len Seaborn. The Canadian soldier spent four years in prison camps after he was captured trying to defend Hong Kong in 1941. After... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Bridge closure 'a hassle' for many driversOne of the last remaining steel-truss bridges in the province is out of commiss
Bridge closure 'a hassle' for many drivers
Brandon Sun / Posted 11 hours ago
One of the last remaining steel-truss bridges in the province is out of commission, at least for the time being. Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation (MIT) closed the bridge that spans the Assiniboine River on Highway 250 approximately seven... Read more
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Vernon Morning Star
ATV rollover sends local man to hospitalA Vernon man was taken to hospital following an ATV accident Sunday. Shortly a
ATV rollover sends local man to hospital
Vernon Morning Star / Posted 15 hours ago
A Vernon man was taken to hospital following an ATV accident Sunday. Shortly after 11:30 a.m., Vernon-North Okanagan RCMP responded to a report of a single ATV rollover in the Noble Canyon Road area near Lavington with a man pinned underneath the... Read more
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Langley Times
Column: Storm was a good measure of our preparednessHuman nature shows its true colours, good or bad, when Mother Nature huffs and
Column: Storm was a good measure of our preparedness
Langley Times / Posted 15 hours ago
Human nature shows its true colours, good or bad, when Mother Nature huffs and puffs and blows everything down. It felt a little like Kansas in Langley on Saturday with wind gusts reaching 90 km/h. It was the perfect storm, really, with the summer... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Torture charges symbolic and potentially strategic, says expertThough it may be hard to imagine, one expert says it's possible that Col. Georg
Torture charges symbolic and potentially strategic, says expert
Calgary Sun / Posted 19 hours ago
Though it may be hard to imagine, one expert says it's possible that Col. George Salloum will one day be hauled in front of a Canadian judge. "The very fact that charges have been imposed -- even if there's not much likelihood -- is, I think, an... Read more
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Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune
Cops quell uninformed Wedgewood shooterIf you heard gunshots over the weekend in Wedgewood, you weren’t alone. Grande
Cops quell uninformed Wedgewood shooter
Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune / Posted 22 hours ago
If you heard gunshots over the weekend in Wedgewood, you weren’t alone. Grande Prairie Rural RCMP say that thanks to several reports from citizens in the area, Mounties were able to locate the shooter easily and without issue. Const. Terrance Monks... Read more
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Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune
Safety key for school yearWith bright vests and hand-held stop signs, school safety patrollers were up ea
Safety key for school year
Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune / Posted 23 hours ago
With bright vests and hand-held stop signs, school safety patrollers were up early to help students cross the street on the first day of school Tuesday. Around 8:10 a.m. at St. Kateri Catholic school on Sept. 1, two Alberta Motor Association (AMA)... Read more
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BC Local News
Nanaimo council meeting adjourned over decorum disputeA city council meeting to award a work contract for the Colliery dam spillway p
Nanaimo council meeting adjourned over decorum dispute
BC Local News / Posted 23 hours ago
A city council meeting to award a work contract for the Colliery dam spillway project broke up over protest signs in the gallery Monday. Protest signs in the gallery have been a bone of contention at previous council meetings, but about 25 people,... Read more
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Campbell River Mirror
Jail time for man who tracked victims with GPSA Campbell River man who pleaded guilty to entering the homes of two women and
Jail time for man who tracked victims with GPS
Campbell River Mirror / Posted 23 hours ago
A Campbell River man who pleaded guilty to entering the homes of two women and taking pictures of their underwear was sentenced to two years less one day in prison and three years of probation in Campbell River Court last Thursday. Gregor John... Read more
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Salmon Arm Observer
Drugs, stolen property worth more than $700,000 seizedA stolen truck ended up leading the Salmon Arm RCMP to seize $420,000 worth of
Drugs, stolen property worth more than $700,000 seized
Salmon Arm Observer / Posted 23 hours ago
A stolen truck ended up leading the Salmon Arm RCMP to seize $420,000 worth of drugs and recover $300,000 in stolen property on Saturday. On Aug. 29, police received a report of a stolen F-350 with a camper from a residence in Blind Bay. As the... Read more
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Nanaimo News Bulletin
Nanaimo council meeting adjourned over decorum disputeA city council meeting to award a work contract for the Colliery dam spillway p
Nanaimo council meeting adjourned over decorum dispute
Nanaimo News Bulletin / Posted 23 hours ago
A city council meeting to award a work contract for the Colliery dam spillway project broke up over protest signs in the gallery Monday. Protest signs in the gallery have been a bone of contention at previous council meetings, but about 25 people,... Read more
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Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune
Safety key for school yearWith bright vests and hand-held stop signs, school safety patrollers were up ea
Safety key for school year
Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune / Posted yesterday
With bright vests and hand-held stop signs, school safety patrollers were up early to help students cross the street on the first day of school Tuesday. Around 8:10 a.m. at St. Kateri Catholic school on Sept. 1, two Alberta Motor Association (AMA)... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Maher Arar's alleged torturer chargedOTTAWA -- The RCMP is laying a torture charge against a former Syrian military
Maher Arar's alleged torturer charged
Calgary Sun / Posted yesterday
OTTAWA -- The RCMP is laying a torture charge against a former Syrian military intelligence officer for alleged involvement in the brutal treatment of Ottawa telecommunications engineer Maher Arar. An RCMP document filed in court Tuesday charges... Read more
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Penticton Western News
More delays for Osoyoos RCMP officer’s code of conduct hearing— image credit: - A disciplinary hearing for an Osoyoos RCMP officer has once
More delays for Osoyoos RCMP officer’s code of conduct hearing
Penticton Western News / Posted yesterday
— image credit: - A disciplinary hearing for an Osoyoos RCMP officer has once again been delayed. The hearing was initially scheduled for July 28 in Federal Court in Vancouver, but was moved to Aug. 31. Inquires made by the Western News to the RCMP... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Latest NewsWinter coats may be able to stay in the closet a little longer as the Wheat Cit
Latest News
Brandon Sun / Posted yesterday
Winter coats may be able to stay in the closet a little longer as the Wheat City’s string of warm weather is expected to continue well into the fall. “Numbers for the Brandon area are around 20 degrees for the month of September, so it’s kind of... Read more
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Toronto Star
Bill Blair’s version of G20 ‘accountability’ leaves plenty of questions“The G20 summit presented unprecedented challenges to police. The last-minute v
Bill Blair’s version of G20 ‘accountability’ leaves plenty of questions
Toronto Star / Posted yesterday
“The G20 summit presented unprecedented challenges to police. The last-minute venue change left only a few months to prepare. The scale of the event required an integrated security response, headed by the RCMP, staffed by 22 police services.... Read more
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Williams Lake Tribune
Worker locates injured man at Sugar CaneWilliams Lake RCMP are investigating after an injured man was discovered early
Worker locates injured man at Sugar Cane
Williams Lake Tribune / Posted yesterday
Williams Lake RCMP are investigating after an injured man was discovered early Monday at Sugar Cane. At roughly 9 a.m. 9 a.m. an individual from a work crew located an injured male in a wooded area adjacent to the Williams Lake Indian Band Sugar... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Fergus Hunter, convicted in death of Eleasha Wesley, pleads guilty in liquor store robberyLess than a year after he was sentenced for causing the death of a young Morley
Fergus Hunter, convicted in death of Eleasha Wesley, pleads guilty in liquor store robbery
Calgary Sun / Posted yesterday
Less than a year after he was sentenced for causing the death of a young Morley girl, convicted dangerous driver Fergus Hunter was back committing crime, court heard Tuesday. Hunter pleaded guilty to five charges, including robbery, in a May 1,... Read more
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