John Jay Anderson denied release

John Jay Anderson denied release in Moncton home invasion, abduction 2014 08 29 John Jay Anderson, 21, appeared in Moncton court on Friday morning and the Crown objected to his release. There will be a bail hearing on Tuesday,Sept.02. Anderson is facing seven charges, including breaking and entering,unlawful confinement, uttering … Continue reading

Canada delivers military supplies to forces fighting ISIL

Canada completes first delivery of military supplies to forces fighting ISIL Ottawa, Ontario , 29 August 2014 Prime Minister Stephen Harper today announced that a Royal Canadian Air Force CC-177 Globemaster III strategic airlifter has completed its first delivery of military equipment, donated by the Republic of Albania, to security forces … Continue reading

Missing person, Dieppe, N.B. : Alvin Comeau

Missing person, Dieppe, N.B. : Alvin Comeau 2014 08 29 Codiac Regional RCMP are requesting the public’s assistance to locate a 51-year-old man from Dieppe.Alvin Comeau was last seen as he walked away from his residence on Champlain Street near Aviation Avenue on August 26, 2014 around 7 a.m. He … Continue reading

Jihadi Cleric : ‘Islam Is A Religion Of Beheading’

Jihadi Cleric Hussein bin Mahmoud Justifies IS Beheadings: ‘Islam Is A Religion Of Beheading’ 2014 08 29 , MEMRI,  The Middle East Media Research Institute All Rights Reserved http://www.memri.org/report/en/0/0/0/0/0/0/8126.htm In a recent article, jihadi cleric Hussein bin Mahmoud, a prominent writer on jihadi forums, expressed support for the beheading of American journalist … Continue reading

Cornell Jack Fontaine arrested for importation of firearms

Winnipeg man Cornell Jack Fontaine arrested for unauthorized importation of firearms Aug 27, 2014 The Winnipeg Police Service (WPS) with the assistance of Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) recently entered into an investigation involving an individual suspected of importing firearms/weapons from the United States into Canada. The investigation was initiated … Continue reading

Canada Condemns Capture of UN Peacekeepers

Canada Condemns Capture of UN Peacekeepers August 28, 2014 - Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird today released the following statement: “Canada strongly condemns the capture of United Nations military personnel from the UN Disengagement Observer Force [UNDOF], as well as the forced restrictions of movement by armed opposition forces in the … Continue reading

Canada Condemns Further Russian Incursion in Ukraine

Canada Condemns Further Russian Incursion in Ukraine August 28, 2014 - Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird today issued the following statement: “There is mounting evidence that Russia yet again continues to blatantly violate the sovereignty of its neighbour. In May, Prime Minister Harper described his fears of a slow-motion invasion in … Continue reading

Missing Person: Normande Chantal Martin of Sainte-Anne-de-Madawaska, N.B.

Missing Person: Normande Chantal Martin of Sainte-Anne-de-Madawaska, N.B. 2014 08 28 Rivière-Verte RCMP is requesting the public’s assistance in locating a 44-year-old woman from Sainte-Anne-de-Madawaska, N.B. Normande Chantal Martin was last seen in her vehicle in the evening on August 26, 2014. Shortly before midnight she contacted a family member … Continue reading

John Jay Anderson arrested in home invasion, abduction

John Jay Anderson arrested in Moncton home invasion, abduction Anderson, 21, facing charges in kidnapping of 18-year-old woman 2014 08 28 Codiac Regional RCMP have made an arrest in a case of home invasion and abduction which occurred in Moncton. 21-year-old John Jay Anderson was arrested without incident around 11:45 on … Continue reading

City of Moncton signs Downtown Centre land deal

City of Moncton signs Downtown Centre land deal 2014 08 26 MONCTON – The City of Moncton is pleased to announce that it has acquired ownership of the Highfield Square property at the agreed upon price of $12.5 million. “This site is the ideal location to build our Downtown Centre, and … Continue reading