Monday, May 02, 2016 06:50 AM
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SIU’s director, Tony Loparco, has mentioned in a report that a Toronto cop “unduly” inserted himself into the investigation and “improperly” attempting to review and download surveillance video of the Andrew Loku shooting. According to Loparco, the act has jeopardized the credibility of
Bombardier Inc.’s CEO, Alain Bellemare, has recently confessed in his remarks that he’s “not pleased” with the growing delivery delays of Toronto’s new streetcars as he assured to do “whatever is required” to turn the contract around. Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) placed the order
The Alberta parents convicted in the death of their 18-month-old son, 32-year-old David Stephan and his wife 35-year-old Collet, have finally made a public comment about the verdict against them. The jury found the parents guilty of failing to provide the necessaries of life on April 26 in
Reports have confirmed that another massive fire has immersed near the CN rail trestle bridge on the northwest edge of Mayerthorpe on Tuesday afternoon and the RCMP is now considering these fires suspicious. According to the local fire department, it has been reported of almost 17 fires in the area
The terrorist group in Philippine known as Abu Sayyaf has beheaded one of the two Canadian men, 68-year-old John Ridsdel of Calgary, it had held hostage for over six months after a ransom deadline passed. According to the local sources, the military of the Philippines is under immense pressure to
A number of protesters convened on the Montreal City Hall on Sunday to demand Mayor Denis Coderre to ban two-wheeled horse-drawn carriages called caleches in response to a video that showed collision between one of them and a car surfaced earlier this week.
According to the video, a driverless
Senator Mike Duffy’s lawyer, Donald Bayne, has commented that it “strains credulity” to think former Prime Minister Stephen Harper did not know anything about the fact that his inner circle was working to cover up Duffy’s controversial $90,000 payment. In response to Sen. Duffy’s
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