Failures of Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Process by Doug George-Kanentiio 042419

Failures of Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Process by Doug George-Kanentiio 042419

Akwesasne Mohawk Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission, that $60,000,000 effort designed to address the “cultural genocide” we, the former ‘inmates’ of the residential schools experienced is a failure.  Since it began operations in 2008 the Commission has crossed Canada, heard the testimony of 6,500 people and published two volumes of its findings. It has made […]

Boring SD&G #OPP Police Blotter for April 15, 2019 w No Calls for Service Numbers.

Boring SD&G #OPP Police Blotter for April 15, 2019 w No Calls for Service Numbers.

IMPAIRED BY DRUG (SOUTH STORMONT,ON) – On April 12, 2019 at approximately 9:16am, a Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry (SD&G) Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) officer intercepted a vehicle following a traffic complaint on Highway 401, South Stormont Township. Investigation indicated that the adult male driver was under the influence of a drug.  The male refused to complete […]

RECENT Ontario Landlord Tenant Board Case Highlights Moak Law Success 040519

RECENT Ontario Landlord Tenant Board Case Highlights Moak Law Success 040519

Cornwall & Kingston area veteran Paralegal James Moak has championed and fought for the Ontario Landlord and Tenant Board to no longer accept unlicensed representatives to appear before tribunals in contradiction to the  Law Society  Act. In a case heard in March of 2019 it was determined: “The applicant is not the “Landlord” as defined […]

OPP Charge Former Priest GILLES DESLAURIERS w Historical Sex Assault Charges 031819

OPP Charge Former Priest GILLES DESLAURIERS w Historical Sex Assault Charges 031819

CHARGES LAID IN HISTORICAL SEXUAL ASSAULT (SOUTH GLENGARRY,ON) – An arrest has been made as the result of an historical sexual assault investigation conducted by members of the Stormont Dundas & Glengarry Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP, assisted by the SD&G OPP Crime Unit. Gilles DESLAURIERS, 79 years of age, of Vercheres, Quebec […]

Hockey Crunch by Jamie Gilcig Trade Deadline – Bergy & Habs #epicfail Dorion Winning – Toronto Stands Pat – Winnipeg Panics – Flames Choke – Canucks Confusion

Hockey Crunch by Jamie Gilcig Trade Deadline – Bergy & Habs #epicfail Dorion Winning – Toronto Stands Pat – Winnipeg Panics – Flames Choke – Canucks Confusion

It’s been a busy trade deadline in some ways. Ottawa was facing the biggest challenge. Out were Duchene, Stone, and Dzingel. Duchene was a disastrous mistake last year. Stone simply wasn’t going to resign with the Sens and Dzingel was a sell high situation. And the Sens needed to fill the cupboards and interesting enough […]

HOCKEY CRUNCH Best Result From this Season for Hab Long Term Health is to Trade Price & Weber by Jamie Gilcig 022019

HOCKEY CRUNCH Best Result From this Season for Hab Long Term Health is to Trade Price & Weber by Jamie Gilcig 022019

I know crazy. While there’s some play off fever going on in la belle province the best situation that’s evolved this season is the recovery of high priced Goalie Carey Price. The man has value even with his contract, heck if LV can give a 30+ goalie in Marc Andre Fleury $7M per for 3 […]

Seniors Situation Room by Dawn Ford – First Dementia Villages in Canada 021919

Seniors Situation Room  by Dawn Ford – First Dementia Villages in Canada 021919

These snowy days remind me of the winters we had when we were kids. I can’t remember too many days though that the schools were closed unless it was a very big storm. Bet we would have liked that. We walked back and forth to school and attended from 9 to 4pm, going home for […]

Conrad Black: Trudeau Liberals Bungled the Overblown SNC-Lavalin Affair 021619

Conrad Black: Trudeau Liberals Bungled the Overblown SNC-Lavalin Affair 021619

By accepting her change of positions, Wilson-Raybould has largely disqualified herself from complaining now about the motives for her so-called demotion The SNC-Lavalin matter has become a showcase for a panoply of media and political attitudes of widely varying levels of justification. To review some of the elements, there was nothing wrong, practically or ethically, […]

CFIA RECALL Yummy in Your Tummy Betty Bread MICE POOP 020919

CFIA RECALL Yummy in Your Tummy Betty Bread MICE POOP 020919

Recall details Ottawa, February 8, 2019 – Industry is recalling Betty brand and Nancy’s Fancy Yummy-in-the-Tummy brand bakery products from the marketplace due to possible contamination from mice infestation. These products may contain harmful bacteria. Consumers should not consume the recalled products described below. The ministère de l’Agriculture, des Pêcheries et de l’Alimentation du Québec (MAPAQ) transmitted an […]

#OPP & #SQ Take Down Hawkesbury Cocaine & Meth Ring 020619

#OPP & #SQ Take Down Hawkesbury Cocaine & Meth Ring 020619

JOINT POLICE INVESTIGATION DISMANTLES DRUG TRAFFICKING RING Project Amberjack (HAWKESBURY, ON) – The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Organized Crime Enforcement Bureau (OCEB), Community Street Crime Unit (CSCU), in collaboration with the Sûreté du Québec (SQ) conducted an investigation that focused on a cocaine and methamphetamine (speed) trafficking network in and around the Town of Hawkesbury, and in the […]

Should Cornwall Mayor Bernadette Clement Come Out of the Closet? by Jamie Gilcig 020419

Should Cornwall Mayor  Bernadette Clement Come Out of the Closet? by Jamie Gilcig 020419

There have been multiple allegations that our own Mayor, Bernadette Clement (a fellow former Montreal person), has been in a long term relationship with local lawyer Kimberly Walsh who’s the Chancellor at the local Catholic Diocese and formerly bankrupt lawyer, for many moons. In 2019 gender, religion, sexuality should play zero role in access to […]

Hockey Crunch by Jamie Gilcig – Habs Jeff Petry Deserves Some Norris Consideration JAN 25, 2019

Hockey Crunch by Jamie Gilcig – Habs Jeff Petry Deserves Some Norris Consideration JAN 25, 2019

While the season is only half over, the Montreal Canadiens are one of the biggest surprises this season. After the tyre fire of last season and some questionable management the team has had the hockey gods smile on them this season. With new Captain Shea Weber out for nearly most of the first half and […]

Montreal Developer Tony Magi Gunned Down in NDG by Kristian Gravenor 012419

Montreal Developer Tony Magi Gunned Down in NDG by Kristian Gravenor 012419

Developer Tony Magi has been killed.  He was shot dead on a slushy Thursday morning outside of a building-in-construction where sat the old Aubin Motel at Beaconsfield and St James Street West. He had been overseeing work on a nearly-completed condo project.A source who knew Magi well told Coolopolis that Magi owed “a lot…. a […]

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