Suspect in custody for the murder of Canadian woman’s fiancé in New Zealand
A 23-year-old suspect is now in custody following a nationwide manhunt in relation to the murder 33-year-old Sean McKinnon, from Australia, reports Waikato Police in a news release.
Man that killed RCMP officer gets day parole after serving just over half his sentence
Kenneth Fenton was sentenced in April 2016 for smashing into West Shore RCMP Const. Sarah Beckett’s police cruiser while evading police. The force of the crash killed Beckett, leaving her husband a widower and her two sons motherless.
UPDATE: Brampton double stabbing revealed to be mother and son of man found in Highway 410 suicide
Police have now confirmed that a body found on Highway 410 was a result of suicide and have further clarified the relation of this death with those of a fatal double stabbing in Brampton.
Edmonton MP pushes for criminalization of conversion therapy
Randy Boissonnault, an Edmonton Centre MP and a special adviser to the Prime Minister on LGBTQ2 Issues, told reporters Thursday that Justice Minister David Lametti is still pursuing his pledge to make conversion therapy a criminal.
Laval, Quebec spends $1 million on a bad paint job and removal
The city of Laval, Quebec spent $750,000 only two years ago to paint 90 curbs blue and white, and now they want it erased.
Saskatoon city hall loses over $1 million in phishing scam
Saskatoon city manager Jeff Jorgensen has admitted that the city has lost $1.04 million to a fraudster posing as a construction company’s chief financial officer for weeks. An expert now believes that the money may have been sent overseas and it is possible the city will see the over $1 million in taxpayer money ever again.
Major drug bust in Surrey of home-based lab with gang ties
On Thursday, Surrey RCMP announced that they have made a “substantial” drug seizure from a home-based lab in the South Surrey area. Police now believe that the lab is linked to the Brothers Keepers group, a criminal organization involved in the Lower Mainland Gang Conflict in B.C.
Publication ban on ‘Incel’ Killers’ statements to police will be lifted next month
Statements that Alek Minassian made to police the night after he was arrested and charged with allegedly driving a van down Yonge St., Toronto, killing many people, are to become public on September 27 following a decision by Superior Court Justice Anne Molloy Friday morning.
Power outage results in 2,200-litre oil spill near St. John’s, N.L.
A power outage at a St John’s, N.L. Oil platform has caused roughly 2,200 litres of oil to spill into the ocean, according to a statement from Hibernian Management and Development Company.
A&W “watch list” technique to stop unions was leaked from anti-union conference
In exclusive recordings an outlet has documented a talk by A&W executives on how they keep their workplace “union-free.”