Month: May 2022

Someone is hiding cash all over an N.B. city and residents are loving it

A strange and exciting mystery has gripped the city of Miramichi, drawing residents out of their homes and into forests and fields, sometimes in broad daylight, sometimes under cover of night. They’re following cryptic clues that are posted in a Facebook group titled Miramichi Mystery Machine, hot on the trail of the same thing: $100 and $50 bills that have […]

I gave PM police report on Cummings

News Janelle De Souza 3 Hrs Ago Youth Development and National Service Minister Foster Cummings arrives at the Red House for Friday’s sitting of Parliament. – JEFF K MAYERS Former commissioner of police Gary Griffith personally handed over the 2019 police report on then government senator Foster Cummings to the Prime Minister. “When it was […]

‘The water’s coming up so fast’: Areas of Hay River, N.W.T., evacuated as localized flooding hits town

Residents of Vale Island and West Channel in Hay River, N.W.T., are being asked to leave for higher ground as waters risk flooding the area.  Kátł’odeeche First Nation Chief April Martel said “there’s lots of water and ice,” especially in her community. “Like the water’s coming up so fast, there’s water everywhere, ice everywhere,” she said.  […]

Jury in Kugluktuk coroner’s inquest rules death accidental, makes recommendations around prisoner protection

After a four day coroner’s inquest into a man who died while in police custody, a jury handed down their recommendations for how Nunavut RCMP, the hamlet of Kugluktuk, and the Nunavut Government can prevent similar incidents in the future. In 2018, 22-year-old Austin Maniyogena died while in police custody at Yellowknife’s hospital as a result of a […]

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