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Monday, November 24, 2014 04:41 AM

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On November 21, 2014 at approximately 3:00 a.m., officers and other emergency personnel responded to a suite located in the 500 block of Victor Street regarding an injured female.

Beatrice Ann Crane, 44 years-old of Winnipeg was located with serious injuries consistent with being stabbed and

As a result of a lengthy investigation by members of the Winnipeg Police Service Child Abuse Unit, Ronald Walter Peterson, 68 years-old of Winnipeg has been charged with the following offences due to his alleged involvement:

- Sexual Assault x 5
- Sexual Interference x 5

The investigation

Notre Dame St. Car Crash Leaves Two dead, Three Critically Injured

A brutal over-speeding car’s accident at Notre Dame St. E. on early Saturday morning has resulted in the death of two young men while three more are still in critical condition. The vehicle allegedly crashed into a tree and then struck the balcony of a home. Montreal police constable, Manuel

Canadian Soldier, Sinclair, Dies at CFB Petawawa

Sources have confirmed that a Canadian Forces soldier based in Petawawa, Ont., Craftsman Kyle Sinclair, has passed away. According to Lt. Jean François Carpentier, Craftsman Kyle Sinclair died while in the Royal Canadian Dragoon lines at CFB Petawawa on Friday. He explained that the incident took

NORAD Commander Says Russia Expanding Military Activity in North America

The U.S. General commanding NORAD, Charles Jacoby, has revealed in his latest remarks that there is an increased presence of Russian military activity in and around North America since the crisis in Crimea. During an interview while at the Halifax International Security Forum (HISF), General

Anonymous Vows to Attack More Websites after Ottawa.ca

The well-known hacker group, Anonymous, has taken credit of the cyber-attack that defaced the website of Ottawa City Hall on Friday, while vowing to target eight more institutions in Canada, including Ottawa Police and the Supreme Court. In the announcement by the group, it took responsibility of

Multiple Collisions Send 6 People to Hospital in North York

A couple of early-morning collisions in North York sent six passengers to hospital on early Saturday morning. The first incident took place near Keele Street and Wilson Avenue at around 5:20 a.m., involving two vehicles. Toronto Paramedic Service confirmed that two people were transported to a

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