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Family asks OIPRD to investigate officer Listed making racist statements Following arrest

Masood Masad and Bashar Masad

An Ontario police watchdog was asked to check into a Peel police officer who inadvertently recorded himself making racist statements into a Mississauga, Ont., man.

Man rescued from collapsed B.C. pier says he wants to apologize for’foolishness’

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The guy who landed on the wrong end of a crumbling pier throughout a”devastating,” mortal windstorm Thursday is famous for his”foolishness.”

Canadian wireless Costs down, still higher than most G7 Nations

Smart Phones

An yearly picture of telecom services accepted for the federal government shows a large reduction reduction in Canadian wireless prices however, as standard, concludes that most G7 nations had less costly packages.

Richmond Hill councillor loses 90 days’ Cover over bullying complaint

Karen Cilevitz

Richmond Hill councillor Karen Cilevitz has been docked 90 days’ cover after an evaluation by the city’s integrity commissioner found she’d violated the part of the council’s code of conduct that prohibits bullying and intimidation.

Year of change to Canadian sports Lovers from 2018 as media rivals Awakened to compete

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The Rogers deal in 2013 changed the landscape of sport websites. 2019 will bring more changes for sports fans as old rivals and new ones compete for fan interest.

Complaint dismissed against Estimate accused of misconduct

Judge Donald McLeod

An estimate accused of advocating on behalf of a company that he set has been cleared of misconduct charges.

3 people involved in Nude kidnapping have Infrequent, psychotic disorder: court!/fileImage/httpImage/image.jpg_gen/derivatives/16x9_780/naked-kidnapping.jpg

Court has heard three people involved with a bizarre nude kidnapping event south of Edmonton annually suffered from a rare, common psychotic illness.

Intense B.C. storm leads to dramatic rescues in White Rock, Maple Bay

White Rock pier

A helicopter rescue was asked to save a guy from the White Rock pier Thursday following the dock broke apart in powerful winds and strong waves. About Vancouver Island, four individuals had to be rescued from a houseboat adrift away Maple Bay.

Coerced sterilization reports sparking Issue in Canada’s medical community


Reports detailing allegations of coerced and forced sterilizations of Native women are”deeply about” and explain serious violations of medical ethics, the president of the Canadian Medical Association said Thursday.

Lawyer overseeing Thunder Bay police Panel involved in law society Analysis that faced rebuke

Thomas Lockwood Thunder Bay Police Services Board administrator

The lawyer appointed to temporarily oversee the Thunder Bay police panel was once tasked with an Ontario law society investigation that was finally dropped because it did not match the society’s”high standards” of citizenship, according to documents.

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