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Church security member convicted for photos of minor

From time to time I use current events to talk about what we do in the area of safety and security for churches and faith-based organizations (FBO). 813 more words


Where's Wilkie?

Wilkie stays in the master bedroom during the day. He has to be isolated from other cats because he’s completely unable to get along with others, and not even in a mean way–he wants to play so very badly, but his idea of playing is biting other cats on the skull. 68 more words

Daily Fun

Robert Latimer can travel outside of Canada: National Parole Board

SASKATOON – The Parole Board of Canada’s appeal division has ruled Robert Latimer can travel freely outside Canada. The ruling reverses a November decision that said Latimer, who was convicted of the 1993 second-degree murder of his disabled daughter Tracy, had to remain in the country. 356 more words


Robert Latimer appeals parole board decision

The lawyer for Robert Latimer says his client is appealing a parole board decision that prevents him from travelling freely outside Canada. A Federal Court judge ruled in September that there was nothing to indicate the 60-year-old Saskatchewan farmer is a danger and should be prevented from travelling internationally. 475 more words


Scotland Must Listen

It’s now the end of an active year in Scottish politics. Writers on both ends of the Nat-spectrum (Scot to Brit) are ruminating and reflecting sagely about various elements of the referendum campaign, and are offering affected and patronising advice on aims for the coming year, informed by naturally assumed superiority of knowledge. 1,139 more words

Scottish Independence

Parole board keeps travel ban in place for Robert Latimer

SASKATOON – The Parole Board of Canada says a condition that bans Robert Latimer from leaving the country without permission will not be lifted.

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Looe and Wilke Collins

As the Looe Literary Festival approaches it presents a great excuse to reproduce some of the words from one of my favourite pieces of descriptive Victorian writing – 783 more words

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