Nova Scotian man misdials 911—100 unsecured guns confiscated
The RCMP uncovered a 73-year-old Nova Scotian man’s small arsenal of 100 legally owned guns following a misdialled 911 call.
Winnipeg man and others caught by Ontario police with roughly $24,000 in meth
The Ontario Provincial Police caught the five suspects during a traffic stop that came at the end of an investigation into drug trafficking in the city.
Canadian Armed Forces combat engineer charged with two counts of Sexual Assault
Private Shane Cody Hounsell, a Regular Force member with 1 Combat Engineer Regiment, 3 Canadian Division Support Base Edmonton is facing two counts of Sexual Assault after a criminal investigation by the Canadian Forces National Investigation Service (CFNIS).
Jason Kenney slashes own salary by 10 percent—MLA salaries by 5 percent
On Tuesday, the Alberta provincial government made good on its promise to cut the pay of MLAs by 5 percent in addition to a 10 percent cut in the pay of the premier
17-year-old in custody after throwing child from 10th story of London art gallery
“The 17-year-old defendant, who cannot be named for legal reasons, spoke to confirm his name, address, age and nationality during a short hearing on Tuesday,” reports The Independent. He has been charged with attempted murder.
Patient escapes CAMH for the second time in five weeks
According to police, officers do not believe that Charley poses a risk to others, but they are still concerned about his safety.
RCMP discover several items belonging to B.C. manhunt fugitives
Several items directly linking the suspects have been found on the shoreline of the Nelson River, according to RCMP Manitoba.
Edmonton neighbourhood defaced with large swastika
Edmonton police are investigating the tagging of a lawn with a large spray-painted swastika.
Texas mass shooting prevented by concerned grandma
Williams has been alleged to have stockpiled an AK-47 rifle, 17 magazines of ammunition, and several knives inside a hotel room in preparation for what was to come.