Dear Minister Toews (Minister of Public Safety),
I have just received a disturbing account by a young woman from my riding regarding her experience at the G20 Summit in Toronto.
A motorcyclist was sent to hospital Nov. 5 after a collision at the intersection of Broadwater Road and the Robson Access Road.
Castlegar RCMP Sgt. Laurel Mathew said police received a call about an accident at about 5:35 p.m.
“It appears that a truck was going to turn onto the Robson Access Road, and didn't see the motorcycle (which was going straight),” she said. “The...
Two 18-year-old suspects have been arrested and are facing charges after two residential break-and-enters in the city.
Edison Peña, one of the 33 miners who had been trapped underground in the San José copper-gold mine in Copiapó,Chile, participated on Sunday in the 41st annual New York City Marathon. Peña had arrived at the city on Thursday, and had been invited by the New York Road Runners, organizers of the marathon.
Before the marathon began, Peña and Mayor of New York Michael Bloomberg saluted the...
The Crime Prevention unit of the Trail RCMP have issued a warning today regarding an e-mail and phone fraud scam that has been taking place across Canada and in our own backyard in the Kootenays over the past week.
Police are urging citizens to use extra caution when receiving what appears to be either a phone call or e-mail from the Canada Revenue Agency.
The official results are not yet in, but the preliminary ballots show such a resounding “no” vote that no other finale is a possibility in today's $25-million recreation referendum in Castlegar.
A Nov.-1 9-1-1 call prompted yet another residential grow-op bust in Castlegar, as well as the arrest of two people and the seizure of 141 pot plants, bringing the total of grow-op plants seized in the area in the past week to over 1,000.
Fifteen people were shot dead on Wednesday in the western Mexican state of Nayarit. The attack occurred in a car wash in the city of Tepic, and, according to the state attorney general, was the work of a drug cartel. All 15 killed were workers at the Gamboa car wash.
"The workers were all men; they were washing cars when the gunmen, probably members of organized crime, drove up in SUVs ...