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RCMP tree planting tribute draws supportive residents

Riverview, NB – A monument has been planted to remember the sacrifice and service of RCMP officers in Moncton.

The Riverview Girl Guides planted five trees on Saturday to recognize three officers who were shot and killed and two others who were wounded during the June 4th rampage in the small city. 294 more words

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Exclusive: Ottawa shooter Michael Zehaf-Bibeau was ‘at odds with the world,’ mother says

Michael Zehaf-Bibeau’s terror-filled rampage in the nation’s capital this week wasn’t driven by some grand ideology or political motive, but rather was the “last desperate act” of someone who was not well in his mind and felt trapped, his mother says. 1,000 more words

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Man charged after alleged indecent act

WINDSOR, N.S. – Police in Nova Scotia say a 63-year-old man has been charged after he allegedly exposed himself to a child.

RCMP say the man allegedly attempted to lure the child into a room where he was working on Wednesday evening in Windsor. 50 more words

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Man charged after Mountie nearly hit

HALIFAX – Police say a young man is facing numerous charges after he allegedly nearly ran over a Mountie with his car in Cole Harbour. 103 more words

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ISIL attacks Ottawa? Harper's use of tragic events to promote war agenda and suppression of rights

By LOUIS LANG
(Oct. 24) – On the evening of October 22, Prime Minister Harper addressed the country about the tragic events of the day. He did so again in the Parliament the following day. 1,106 more words

RCMP Officers, Hopedale Residents, Presented with Bravery Medals

The Labradorian News Paper
September 19, 2013.

Two RCMP officers, and two residents of Hopedale, were presented with medals of bravery last week, for their efforts in two separate incidents in 2001. 643 more words

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Ottawa shooting: Michael Zehaf-Bibeau wanted Libyan passport

CBC News

Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, the gunman behind Wednesday’s shooting in Ottawa, had applied to renew his Libyan passport but was denied, CBC News has learned. 300 more words

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