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SFU pipe band finishes in third place at world championship

SFU Pipe Band in Glasgow. Photo by SFU.

GLASGOW – A third place finish at the World Pipe Band Championships has dashed hopes that the Simon Fraser University Pipe Band could win the title three times in a row. But Pipe Sergeant Jack Lee says the band performed its best and is pleased to remain one of the world’s tops bands. “It’s a […]

August 15th, 2010 | Posted in Featured,Fun,Multimedia | Read More »

Video shows shameless cops pushing woman to the ground

VPD shoulder patch

VANCOUVER, B.C. – Three Vancouver cops shoved a handicapped woman down on to the sidewalk and even as people rushed to help the helpless person, the three cops kept on walking. Their bizarre actions were caught on video by citizens and now the Vancouver Police department is probing the thuggery. The B.C. Civil Liberties Association, […]

July 23rd, 2010 | Posted in EDITOR'S CHOICE,Featured,Multimedia | Read More »

Arrest in G20 riots as cops release pictures of violent suspects

Wanted for G20 riots.

By Karen Mullins TORONTO – Cops continue their crackdown on violent demonstrators who took part in the G20 Summit riots and have taken one man into custody for arson and mischief. Cops have also released several more pictures of some of those wanted for orchestrating violence. It is alleged that the suspect captured Wednesday caused […]

July 14th, 2010 | Posted in Canada,Multimedia | Read More »

Toronto Police detail execution of boy in Chinatown restaurant

TORONTO – Police have detailed the brazen execution of Toronto teenager Tien Pham who was shot inside a Chinatown restaurant as he ate a meal with friends. Det-Sgt. Peter Code said the suspect entered the crowded restaurant, packed with some 50 diners at 3.00 a.m. Saturday, walked straight up to where Pham was sitting and […]

July 12th, 2010 | Posted in Canada,Multimedia | Read More »

Massive Tolko Mill fire forces evacuations near Armstrong

ARMSTRONG, B.C. – Firefighters and water bombers are still fighting a major fire at the Tolko Mill south of Armstrong and more than 100 people living in four mobile home parks nearby have been evacuated. RCMP said the mill was still safe but the hog pile (chip pile) located just north of the building ignited […]

July 12th, 2010 | Posted in B.C.,More News,Multimedia,Top Stories | Read More »

Toronto businessman’s cold blooded killer is on video

Emad Rozik was gunned down in cold blood.

TORONTO – A killer is seen on video tape ambling along just moments before businessman Emad Rozik was gunned down at his auto wash and detailing business on Tuesday. Homicide cops are hoping the footage will help catch the man who shot the 49-year-old married man in cold blood at the Indoor Auto Wash and […]

July 10th, 2010 | Posted in Canada,Featured,Multimedia,Top Stories | Read More »

Video: Police want to talk to this man over Vancouver sex attack

VANCOUVER -Police are hoping a video they have released will help identify a man of interest in a sex assault during which a suspect tried to drag a woman on to a trail. The video shows a man walking behind two women on the SkyTrain station at 22nd Street at around 11:40 p.m. “Vancouver Police […]

July 8th, 2010 | Posted in Multimedia,Top Stories | Read More »

Forcible confinement, sexual assault charges in Kimberly’s murder

Forcible confinement, sexual assault charges in Kimberly’s murder

Parents of Kim Proctor speak out about anguish. “Words cannot describe what we’ve gone through” – DAD. By Salim Jiwa VICTORIA, B.C. – (Update 4) A 16-year-old and an 18-year-old have now been charged with first degree murder, sexual assault, and indignity to a human body in connection with the brutal planned slaying of teenager […]

June 19th, 2010 | Posted in EDITOR'S CHOICE,Featured,Multimedia | Read More »

Independence Day on Drew Street in LA as gang tamed

By Carol Forsloff LOS ANGELES – The residents of Drew Street are celebrating now that members of the Avenues Gang have been rounded up by police and prosecuted for behavior that was not just intimidation and terror, but killing, especially African Americans, the gang’s principal targets. The Avenues Gang had been bragging about the fact […]

April 14th, 2010 | Posted in Multimedia,World | Read More »

LA cops look for suspects in $100,000 purse snatch

LOS ANGELES – A business woman had $100,000 cash in her purse when thieves snatched it. Police said the suspects appeared to be waiting for her after she went to a Bank of America branch and withdrew $100,000 cash from from her account. Cops have revealed a surveillance video which they hope will lead to […]

April 9th, 2010 | Posted in Multimedia | Read More »