Rogers Wants to Charge Police for Turning Over Phone Records

Talk about moxy! More nerve than a tooth. Canadian telecommunications giant Rogers Communications has told police forces that they will be charging them fees for retrieving information that may assist in investigations and has therefore been requested by the police. This is not a matter of Rogers going to bat in defense of their clients’Continue reading “Rogers Wants to Charge Police for Turning Over Phone Records”

UPDATED: Rehtaeh Parsons rape: at least Steubenville case went to court. Sign the petition.

Updated: Police arrest two on child porn charges. But on Thursday, following months of intense public pressure, RCMP and Halifax police arrested two 18-year-old men in connection with her case. They both face child pornography charges. We Canadians are often quick to point the finger of blame at our US neighbors; and, in all honesty,Continue reading “UPDATED: Rehtaeh Parsons rape: at least Steubenville case went to court. Sign the petition.”

UPDATED: Rehtaeh Parsons rape: at least Steubenville case went to court. Sign the petition.

Updated: police arrest two on child porn charges http://www.thestar.com/news/canada/2013/08/08/rehtaeh_parsons_rcmp_arrest_two_males_in_teens_april_suicide.html We Canadians are often quick to point the finger of blame at our US neighbors; and, in all honesty, we are correct more often than wrong. Not that pointing fingers of blame ever did anyone any good. However the recent sad case of Halifax teenager Rehtaeh ParsonsContinue reading “UPDATED: Rehtaeh Parsons rape: at least Steubenville case went to court. Sign the petition.”

Nova Scotia fishermen show courage in search for lost vessel Miss Ally

With the Pope’s resignation announcement, Reeva Steenkamp’s murder  and Oscar Pistorius being charged in the case and his circus-like bail hearing grabbing the headlines, a sad story from Nova Scotia has not received the exposure it rates. Last Sunday the fishing vessel Miss Ally capsized off the coast of Nova Scotia and crew members Billy Jack Hatfield, Joel Hopkins, KatlinContinue reading “Nova Scotia fishermen show courage in search for lost vessel Miss Ally”