Monthly Archives for December, 2018



Carding to continue in Peel after police chief rejects recommendation

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TORONTO — After Peel Region’s police board narrowly passed a motion to recommend carding be suspended, Chief Jennifer Evans said the practice would continue.

“I see street checks as an available way of solving crime,” Evans said.

“I’ve seen this countless times. Today, we only cited six examples of serious crimes that were solved on street check information.”


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Obama issues new China sanctions threat over cybertheft

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Somber against a backdrop of grand pageantry, President Barack Obama laid out a fresh threat of sanctions against China for alleged cybercrimes on Friday, even as he and Chinese President Xi Jinping reached an agreement not to conduct or support such hacking. “It has to stop,” Obama declared.

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Video of Langley hockey brawl spotlights sport’s violence

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Cellphone video that captured a bench-clearing brawl in Langley is putting the spotlight on hockey violence once again.

A junior hockey game degenerated into an on-ice brawl Thursday night in Langley. Players from both teams, the Knights and the Mission City Outlaws, were throwing punches. The players range from 16 to 20 years old.

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N.B.’s top court rules Browns Flat, Lorne Middle will remain closed

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FREDERICTON – It’s not the decision parents in two New Brunswick communities were hoping for.

New Brunswick’s top court has ruled Browns Flat Elementary and Lorne Middle School will remain closed.

The Court of Appeal overturned the decision by Court of Queen’s Bench Justice Darrell Stephenson that the process was flawed and quashed the Education Minister’s decision to close them.

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September snowfall deficit in Saskatoon, surplus in the north

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A wintry start to the final week of September is expected in northern Saskatchewan with rain changing to snow Sunday night into Monday morning as cold arctic air is ushered into the region.  Communities like Stony Rapids, Fond du Lac, Uranium City and even as far south as Southend may wake up to a fresh blanket snow Monday morning.

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