DAVID ROSENSTEIN Charged by Mtl Police – Coming Back to Cornwall for Bail Hearing 091618

DAVID ROSENSTEIN Charged by Mtl Police – Coming Back to Cornwall for Bail Hearing 091618

Cornwall Ontario –  Sources stated that a “major operation” that took place at 1818 Lincoln Street Friday night resulted in the arrest of David Rosenstein. After somehow not getting charged by area police after the numerous allegations of fraud and scams it appear Mr. Rosenstein (AKA DAVID ROSE and other aliases) ended up in lovely […]

Boy’s Who Don’t Know What They Want & The Girl’s Trying To Deal With It by E.V. Hutcheon

Boy’s Who Don’t Know What They Want & The Girl’s Trying To Deal With It by E.V. Hutcheon

  Toronto Ontario – Relationships are hard. They seem like such a great idea when it’s going well but it never stays great for long. There’s that initial honeymoon phase, where you find yourself being swept off your feet and succumbing to some of your wildest desires and most primitive states. We find someone – we […]

CFIA RECALL Dole Baby Spinach w Tender Reds LISTERIA 080818

CFIA RECALL Dole Baby Spinach w Tender Reds LISTERIA 080818

Food Safety Warning – Dole brand Baby Spinach with Tender Reds recalled due to Listeria monocytogenes Advisory date: August 8, 2018 Reason for advisory: Microbiological – Listeria Hazard classification: Class 2 Company / Firm: Dole Fresh Vegetables Inc. Distribution: New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Possibly National, Prince Edward Island Extent of the distribution: Consumer […]

What has Canada given to the World of Cards?

What has Canada given to the World of Cards?

When it was announced that Donald Trump would be applying tariffs to Canadian products, it seemed pretty inevitable that there were going to be repercussions, but nobody could have expected those to include a tariff being applied to playing cards! Indeed, while some people are worried about whether they will end up paying more to play […]

Quebec Mounties Denounce Closure of 5 Detachments in Province 071118

Quebec Mounties Denounce Closure of 5 Detachments in Province 071118

THE RCMP CLOSES 5 QUEBEC DETACHMENTS QUEBEC RCMP MEMBERS’ ASSOCIATION DENOUNCES THE CLOSURE OF 1/3 OF ITS RCMP SERVICE POINTS IN THE PROVINCE MONTREAL, July 10, 2018 – The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) will close 5 of its Quebec detachments this Friday, thus eliminating one third of its service points in the province. The […]

ALERT Valsartan BLOOD PRESSURE Med RECALL Due to Potential Carcinogen 071118

ALERT Valsartan BLOOD PRESSURE Med RECALL Due to Potential Carcinogen 071118

Several drugs containing valsartan being recalled due to contamination with a potential carcinogen Report a Concern Starting date: July 9, 2018 Type of communication: Advisory Subcategory: Drugs Source of recall: Health Canada Issue: New safety information Audience: General Public Identification number: RA-67202 Issue Several drugs containing the ingredient valsartan are being recalled by their manufacturers. […]

Justin Trudeau’s Political Suicide is Not Pretty to Watch – by Jamie Gilcig 070718

Justin Trudeau’s Political Suicide is Not Pretty to Watch – by Jamie Gilcig 070718

Cornwall Ontario – Justin Trudeau has been an interesting politician.  Tailor made for the strange age we live in.  He’s visual more than substantial.   There have been no great ideas or National directions emanated from him during his entire political career unlike his father, whom whether you agreed or notas PM,  clearly was a leader […]

Ford Ontario Gov’t Ends Cooperation w Trudeau Over Illegal Immigrants by Jamie Gilcig 070518

Ford Ontario Gov’t Ends Cooperation w Trudeau Over Illegal Immigrants by Jamie Gilcig 070518

Cornwall Ontario –   And it’s on!   Premier Doug Ford essentially told Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to jam his illegal immigration influx that is costing taxpayers millions of dollars per year and straining resources across the board in Ontario.   Trudeau visited the Premier in what appears to be the day after Ontario stopped cooperating when it […]

Canada Gets to Host and Play at a World Cup in 2026

Canada Gets to Host and Play at a World Cup in 2026

  The news was perhaps not unexpected, but it was certainly met with joy when it was announced that Canada, USA and Mexico would be hosting the 2026 FIFA World Cup. Montreal, Toronto and Edmonton look to be the three host cities in Canada, so there should be an opportunity to catch a big game […]

Quebec Superior Court to Decide by August 31, 2018 if RCMP Harassment Class-Action Suit a Go!

Quebec Superior Court to Decide by August 31, 2018 if RCMP Harassment Class-Action Suit a Go!

MONTREAL, June 15, 2018 — Quebec Superior Court Judge Pierre C. Gagnon hopes to determine by August 31 if thousands of RCMP members across Canada can seek compensation through a class action for years of systematic harassment by senior RCMP officers. His announcement was made today at the Montreal Court House after two days of […]

Quebec Superior Court Set to Hear Request for RCMP Harassment Class-action Suit on Behalf of Canada’s 22,000 members

Quebec Superior Court Set to Hear Request for RCMP Harassment Class-action Suit on Behalf of Canada’s 22,000 members

MONTREAL, June 13, 2018 — Quebec Superior Court has agreed to hear a class-action request that seeks compensation for all RCMP officers who have been victims of harassment and bullying. The hearings will take place tomorrow and Friday at the Montreal Court House. The application for a certification to authorize class action proceedings is being […]

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