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Hughes on Headlines “Prorogation marks desperate attempt to change the channel”

Hughes on Headlines “Prorogation marks desperate attempt to change the channel”

If you watched Question Period during the last five weeks parliament sat in the spring, you didn’t see much of the Prime Minister.  When Stephen Harper was around over that stretch, it was anything but smooth sailing.  Day after day he faced a tough line of questioning from Tom Mulcair about [Read more]

BODY FOUND MAY BE OF WANTED MALE FROM NOVA SCOTIA

BODY FOUND MAY BE OF WANTED MALE FROM NOVA SCOTIA

FORT FRANCES, ON – Members of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Greenstone Detachment have concluded their search for a second suspect, wanted in relation to a Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) investigation in Nova Scotia involving a sexual assault and forcible confinement incident. [Read more]

OPP Helicopter Has Located Vehicle of Wanted Man In Connection With Nova Scotia Case

OPP Helicopter Has Located Vehicle of Wanted Man In Connection With Nova Scotia Case

 WANTED MALE FROM NOVA SCOTIA – UPDATE  FORT FRANCES, ON – September 30, 2012, members of the OPP Greenstone Detachment responded to a call of a male in distress on Lukinto Lake Road in the Geraldton area.  Subsequent to this initial investigation, OPP arrested David James LEBLANC, age [Read more]

OPP ISSUE A PUBLIC SAFETY NOTICE

OPP ISSUE A PUBLIC SAFETY NOTICE

THUNDER BAY, ON - Members of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) remind residents of communities throughout Northwestern Ontario to remain vigilant regarding ensuring their personal safety. As documented in the media, OPP are supporting an investigation by the RCMP into a possible unlawful [Read more]

Firearm Safety Starts at Home

Firearm Safety Starts at Home

The majority of Canadian firearm owners have long guns, which they use for hunting, sport and wildlife control. About three-quarters have a rifle, and two-thirds a shotgun, according to the RCMP. Almost always, they keep these firearms at home when not in use. “Most gun-related deaths and [Read more]

HYER CALLS FOR POLICE INVESTIGATION INTO CYBER-ATTACK

HYER CALLS FOR POLICE INVESTIGATION INTO CYBER-ATTACK

Over 10,000 computers used in DDoS attack meant to derail NDP Leadership election OTTAWA, ON – Member of Parliament Bruce Hyer (Thunder Bay-Superior North) is calling for the RCMP Integrated Technological Crime Unit to investigate the cyber-attack on the March 24 election for Leader of the [Read more]

Combined Forces Warrant Leads To Drug Charges In Longlac

Combined Forces Warrant Leads To Drug Charges In Longlac

Originating Service: Drug Enforcement Section Incident # RM11082813 LONGLAC, ON – On July 27, 2011 members of the Drug Enforcement Unit, Thunder Bay Police Canine Unit, Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Greenstone Detachment and Northwest Region Crime Unit executed a search warrant at a residence [Read more]

Hughes Writes About Gun Registry

Hughes Writes About Gun Registry

Gun Registry Decision Not Taken Lightly The last few weeks the gun registry has become something of a media frenzy making it necessary for me to write another column on the subject.  This issue has been framed as a rural/urban divide, but it is clear that there are people on both sides of the [Read more]

Proceeds of Crime/Money Laundering Charges Laid

Proceeds of Crime/Money Laundering Charges Laid

FROM/DE:    Ontario Provincial Police-Organized Crime Enforcement Bureau.   DATE: September 07, 2010 Police Lay Proceeds of Crime/Money Laundering Charges in Relation to Drug and Money Seizure (Thunder Bay)  On the 1st of December 2009 members of the Combined Forces Organized Crime Unit [Read more]

MP’s Opinions re: Dept of Veterans Affairs

MP’s Opinions re: Dept of Veterans Affairs

Veteran’s Face Department Cutbacks and Loss of Popular Ombudsman from Algoma-Manitoulin-Kapuskasing MP Carol Hughes The Conservative Government has recently committed to stripping services from veterans who have admirably served our country.  The Department of Veterans Affairs is the subject of [Read more]

Hughes looking towards G-8 meetings

Hughes looking towards G-8 meetings

NEW DEMOCRAT BILLS PASS IMPORTANT VOTES IN COMMONS Ottawa – Carol Hughes is lauding the passage of an important Climate Change Bill and the continued success of another bill that will bring an element of fairness to the Canada pension deductions for members of Canada’s military and RCMP. Both [Read more]

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