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Residential and Commercial Moving Differs Greatly in the Edmonton Area

Posted on 09 August 2017

Moving from one location to another within the Edmonton area is a complex task, even if you aren’t moving a long distance. A skilled moving company can help make sure you get your belongings where they need to go without any trouble, but you also need to know the logistical details yourself. One of the most important details you need to know is the difference between moving your residence a ...

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Ottawa City Council Explores Regulating Airbnb

Posted on 24 July 2017

Councillor Diane Deans recently prompted a bylaw review, which council approved, in an effort to regulate Airbnb and other short-term rental businesses in Ottawa. “We need some tools to address this,” Deans said, pointing out that the review is just the beginning of the process. According to Deans, several residents in her ward are having problems with a certain unit, which is being advertis ...

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Vanier Residents Protest Salvation Army ‘Mega-Shelter’ Plan

Posted on 23 July 2017

Over 100 Vanier residents organized outside a local condo building Tuesday, July 18, to protest a planned Salvation Army ‘mega-structure’ planned for the area. “We’re here for personal reasons and for our community. We’re scared and a bit angry that this has happened secretly. But we’re mostly scared about what’s happening,” said Therrien, 25, who bought a house in the neighborhoo ...

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Halifax’s Donald homicide case added to Reward Program

Posted on 10 July 2017

Donald Jermaine Stevenson’s homicide case of 2010 has now been added to the Rewards for Major Unsolved Crimes Program, it was announced on Friday the 8th. On Oct.16th, 2010, Halifax Regional Police responded to a report of a possible shooting at 39 Jarvis Lane, Halifax. Officers at that address located Donald Stevenson, who had suffered a fatal gunshot wound after ...

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Alien Reported in Milwaukee, Wisconsin Kitchen

Posted on 13 August 2016

Date: 23 July, 2016. Place: Milwaukee, State of Wisconsin, United States. On 23 July, the city of Milwaukee was the scene for an eerie event. According to an anonymous report published on UFO specialised website MUFON.com, “a gold/copper coloured” entity was seen by a local resident inside his house. “I was in my kitchen and when I came out to close the door there was a full bo ...

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Allan Hubley: Ottawa's Own George W Bush Ignores Parking Permit Disparity

Posted on 11 August 2016

I would like to know who in Kanata elected Alan Hubley?  This guy is arrogant and appears to lack basic social skills.  Actually, let me correct myself.  It would be an insult to George W. Bush to compare him to our very own Alan Hubley.  Alan Hubley failure to defend the rights of residents in Kanata who have to park in the street for one reason or another is an example ...

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Ottawa: Shocking Lack of Safety Warnings Exposed Following Death of 10-Year-Old Boy

Posted on 08 August 2016

The Ottawa police had the unenviable task of recovering the body of a 10-year-old boy, 7 hours after he drowned at a West Ottawa Beach on Saturday, August 6th. The Toronto victim’s 20-year-old brother survived the incident, but is receiving treatment for the shock he suffered following his failed attempts to rescue his brother, which led him into similar life-threatening difficulties. The beac ...

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Ottawa: DNA Match Ends Woman’s Lifelong-Search for Her Father

Posted on 08 August 2016

It is not uncommon to hear adopted people express their longing to find the missing pieces of the life-puzzles Those who do not know the identities of their either of their biological parents, agree. It was no different for 41-year-old Canadian, Bernice Clarke. Clarke’s mother died last year, taking the secret identity of Bernice’s father to her grave. Bernice yearned for a connection with ...

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Toronto Drunk Mistakes Police for Taxi

Posted on 08 August 2016

An apparently confused man entered a police cruiser in Liberty Village after mistaking it for a cab on Saturday night.  This occurred when a Toronto police officer stopped for gas at the traffic service station unit in Liberty Village before midnight.  Reportedly, the officer ran the man’s identification to help him as he seemed confused and found that he was wanted for an outstanding ...

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Fort McMurray: Alberta Tar Sands Destroys Lives

Posted on 21 May 2016

The insatiable needs of some people fuelled by their ever-present greed for money and power have always been a factor that leads to the loss of lives and property. The current plight of people living around the Alberta Tar Sands is one that really depicts how some people value the lives of others. It was a matter of applying common sense when the Alberta Tar Sands project was about to be initiat ...