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Rohinie Bisesar: PATH stabbing accused asks to speak to victim

Rohinie Bisesar: PATH stabbing accused asks to speak to victim

Rohinie Bisesar is set to stand trial in January 2018 for the fatal stabbing of Rosemarie Junor, 28. Rohinie Bisesar appeared in Superior Court on Wednesday and discharged respected lawyer David Connally. She made accusations of jailhouse deprivation and abuse, and asserted that something was placed inside her body before 28-year-old Rosemarie “Kimberly” Junor was fatally stabbed. Justice John McMahon ... Read More »

Please Advise! Could Sarah Palin be the new ambassador to Canada?

Please Advise! Could Sarah Palin be the new ambassador to Canada?

Sarah Palin has been governor of Alaska, candidate for vice-president of the United States and the butt of countless jokes. Now is she about to become the American ambassador to Canada? The White House refused to rule out former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin for the vacant post on Wednesday, reports the Guardian, and plenty of Canucks took to social media ... Read More »

Family pet alerts Clairmont family to fire

Family pet alerts Clairmont family to fire

A cat is being credited with alerting a family to a fire in their home early this morning. At approximately 3:30 a.m., firefighters from the Clairmont, Dunes and Sexsmith stations responded to reports of a fire in the Hamlet of Clairmont. Firefighters worked quickly and were able to contain the fire to the underside of the mobile home. Read More »

Alberta RCMP responding to emergency in Pincher Creek

Alberta RCMP responding to emergency in Pincher Creek

One man is in custody following a more than seven-hour stand off with police in Pincher Creek after he allegedly fired a rifle at two officers early Wednesday morning. The residents near the incident have been informed and their homes have been secured, according to RCMP. Police are asking the public to remain clear from the area for the time ... Read More »

Quebec City Imam calls mosque shooting suspect Alexandre Bissonnette a ‘victim’

Quebec City Imam calls mosque shooting suspect Alexandre Bissonnette a 'victim'

Nearly a week after 27-year-old French Canadian Alexandre Bissonnette stormed into a Quebec City mosque and shot and killed six worshippers, a funeral was held for several of the victims at a local convention center. Imam Hassan Guillet gave an address in English during the service that was attended by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. “We are here to celebrate ... Read More »

Toronto pastor Brent Hawkes not guilty in sex crime case

Toronto pastor Brent Hawkes not guilty in sex crime case

Verdict in Brent Hawkes: Provincial court Judge Alan Tufts handed down the verdict today in Kentville, N.S., saying he found significant inconsistencies in the testimony of the witnesses. Rev. Dr. Brent Hawkes faced sexual assault charges stemming from an alleged incident involving his male students in the 1970s when he was a teacher in the Annapolis Valley area. Charges were ... Read More »

Two in hospital after Plane crashes near Duncan airport

Two in hospital after Plane crashes near Duncan airport

A woman is in critical condition after a small aircraft crashed north of the Duncan Airport. The North Cowichan RCMP says officers called to the incident this afternoon arrived to find the plane had taken out several power lines in the crash. The small plane, owned by the Victoria Flying Club, had a flight instructor and student on board at ... Read More »