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Durham Regional Police are trying to locate a male who has been missing from Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences since yesterday.

Richard Landry, age 46, was last seen yesterday at 1 p.m. walking away from the facility located at 700 Gordon Street in Whitby. Not returning to the

Investigators with the Major Crime Unit of the Integrated Criminal Investigation Division continue to seek Shilo Marcino Beals for a 2004 murder.

On July 10, 2004, at approximately 10 p.m., police responded to a report of a shooting near 5450 Uniacke Street in Halifax. Upon arrival, officers

Premier Clark Publicly Declares Support for Israel

In an unusual letter by B.C. Premier Christy Clark, she has made an erratic entry into foreign policy, urging the need for a ceasefire in the conflict in Gaza while upholding Israel’s “right” to defend itself from terrorist attacks. The letter authored by Ms. Clark was posted on the web site

Opposition Asks Alberta to Reverse 7% Pay Raise for Top Managers

The Albertan opposition Wildrose party has claimed to have caught the Alberta government breaking a promise as it alleged that top managers for the government have secretly been given a 7% pay raise. Wildrose finance critic, Rob Anderson, pointed out that the pay raise is against a government

Deputy Mayor Kelly to Investigate Ford Brothers Conflict Allegations

Toronto’s Deputy Mayor, Norm Kelly, has reinforced calls that ask Toronto’s Integrity Commissioner to look into several allegations that claim the city’s Mayor Rob Ford and his councilor brother attempted to use their position in office to advance the interests of clients of their family firm.


On Wednesday, July 23, 2014, members of the Sex Crimes Child Exploitation Section executed a warrant in the Lake Shore Boulevard West area.

It is alleged that:

- a man was responsible for luring a child over the internet

- the man was making, accessing, possessing and making available child

PM's Former Chief of Staff, Nigel Wright, Returns to Onex

Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s former chief of staff who resigned after getting involved in the Senate expenses scandal, Nigel Wright, has announced to return to his previous employer, i.e. private equity firm called Onex. An official statement issued by the company on Monday has confirmed that

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