SASKATOON – A former Saskatchewan MP has been found guilty of driving with a…
Part 1 of #OilConVoid explained why the Conservatives cheated to raise so much money for their party to grab majority power, and Part 2 explained part of how they did it with corrupt Senators. In the last, third part, you’ll see a bit of when they went about using that ill-gotten money to defraud people and steal the 2011 general election.
-Dean Del Mastro is accused by Elections Canada of circumventing his campaign spending limit, and fraudulently accepting illegal donations then covering it up wit his campaign buddy. Dean’s cousin got raided for evidence.
-Multiple Conservatives in the Vaughn (Read more…)
Andrew Prescott has reportedly worked out an immunity from prosecution agreement in the Pierre Poutine Robocalls (RoboCon) election fraud of 2011. Presently Michael Sona faces charges as the only Conservative charged in Guelph with the Pierre Poutine conspiracy to misdirect voters by fraudulently claiming to be Elections Canada.
“Why would Prescott need immunity, if he’d not done anything wrong?” is what I expect Conservatives to ask. Well, actually I don’t expect it from Conservatives, but I’d hope they’d think about it.
Guelph robocalls immunity deal struck with ex-Tory worker Andrew Prescott fw.to/yPzB4Cl— CBC KW (@CBCKW891) January 15, (Read more…)
CHICAGO – The billionaire creator of Beanie Babies steps before a federal judge Tuesday…
My article on the 1-2-3′s of electric vehicle adoption in the U.S. went up on GreenCarReports on the weekend. The commentary went through a title change – a procedure familiar to many famous writers, and many more of us unknown mediocrities.
About fifteen years after a publisher’s first impression of Jane Austen’s First Impressions was as negative as its heroine Elizabeth Bennet’s first impression of Mr. Darcy, she rewrote the title (and, oh yeah, parts of the book) in the trochaic verse style, giving us Pride and Prejudice. Which is not to be confused with the similarly-titled (Read more…)
After a week of tense waiting, London’s silver-bowl bandit has given himself up. London Music Hall owner Mike Manuel said the alleged thief, who lives in the Windsor area, and his accomplice were unaware of an online campaign to get … Continue Reading
OTTAWA — As the federal government launches its latest attack on cyberbullying — a public awareness campaign dubbed Stop Hating Online — questions remain about what activities could land you behind bars if and when the centrepiece of its crackdown, […]
MISSISSAUGA, Ont. – The alleged mastermind of a kidnapping near Toronto three years ago…
It apparently doesn’t matter if the Canadian spy agencies don’t spy on Canadians. To be clear though, the Ed Snowden leaks make it clear that they do spy on us.
Canada’s intelligence agency deliberately kept the country’s Federal Court “in the dark” to bypass the law in order to outsource its spying on Canadian citizens abroad to foreign security agencies, a federal judge said.
Federal Court Judge, Richard Mosley, has slammed the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) for knowingly misleading him on numerous occasions.
Why does a telephone company get charged with paying $21,000 for breaching privacy, but CSIS (Read more…)
If you’re intrigued by historical crimes and the birth of forensic science, you need to drop everything and watch this incredible PBS documentary, The Poisoner’s Handbook, based on award-winning science journalist Deborah Blum’s amazing book. It’s stre…
HALLANDALE BEACH, Fla. – Police in Florida believe two women were involved in the…
VEGREVILLE, Alta. – RCMP confirm they have taken a wounded male suspect into custody…
CALGARY – Watching an episode of the TV comedy Tosh.0 while driving through a…
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – Law enforcement agents in New Jersey have redoubled efforts to fight what they worry could be one of the biggest menaces to come with next month’s Super Bowl: sex trafficking. Hundreds of thousands of visitors are … Continue Reading
SASKATOON – A 35-year-old Saskatoon woman has been charged with first-degree murder in the…
SURREY, B.C. – The family of a slain hockey mom from Surrey, B.C., is…
EDMONTON – Police in central America have confirmed that a body found in Guatemala…
OTTAWA — The Canada Revenue Agency is planning to cut auditors at the same time it acknowledges difficulty in tracking and collecting billions of dollars in unreported income from domestic and international tax evasion. Briefing books prepared for new Revenue […]
SURREY, B.C. – Police say they’ll set up a command post at the same arena in Surrey, B.C., where a 53-year-old hockey mom was fatally attacked. The command post will be parked at the Newton Arena Thursday and Friday, and … Continue Reading
A shoplifter stealing hair dye among other things was nabbed at the Extra Foods at Golden Mile. 2 cop cars. Ladies, dyeing your hair is a gateway to a life of crime.
I saw a huge sundog a couple days ago south of Moose Jaw. It had a secondary rainbow to the west of it, as far away from the right side sundog as the sundog was from the Sun. The Sundogs extended to the horizon, as did the rainbow. They didn’t meet over the Sun though.
It’s extremely cold out right now. Someone moving out piled their (Read more…)
In conversation with the best-selling author
After a puppy was set on fire with hot tar and badly burned, Saskatchewanians are taking to social media to support the little pup. Fondly named by his rescuers as Nero, the white puppy was found severely burned at a … Continue Reading
Stats Can has released Canada’s crime statistics for 2012 and the country continues to look increasingly like the peaceable kingdom. Crime overall continued the decline it began in 1992, with the overall rate dropping three per cent from 2011. The murder rate dropped nine per cent, reaching its lowest level since 1962.
The crime rate began a long climb in the 1960s as the baby boomers started
Our lying Prime Minister felt betrayed and angry, and … deceived?
The scheme only became public after a CTV news report on the evening of May 14.
The next morning, said Harper, he met with Wright, the successful Toronto financier he had brought to Ottawa in 2010 to be his right-hand man.
“He told me what he had done,” said Harper.
“I think, to be frank, my first series of reactions were probably in the realm of more stunned and disbelief.
“I, for the life of me, still can’t figure out – I don’t think anybody can figure out – (Read more…)
Toronto movers start a food drive charity donating boxes and using moving truck to ship goods to food bank. On Weds morning Dec 11 at …17 Zoom(s)
OTTAWA — Canada’s highest court will decide Friday whether prostitution laws violate the Constitution in a landmark ruling that will have implications right across the country. The case was brought by three Ontario sex workers who want their trade decriminalized. […]
At the risk of sounding like a pretender to the bench, in the thorny matter of Ontario Court Judge Colin Westman et al vs. Canada, while I admire and agree with Judge Westman, I must come down solidly in favour […]
TORONTO – All of the facts have yet to emerge in a police shooting…
A 30-year-old Ottawa man has been arrested on child pornography charges after he showed up at a downtown hotel to have sex with a woman and her two young children. The man set up a liason with a woman online … Continue Reading
An Ottawa Police officer has been arrested and charged with two counts of criminal harassment and assault with a weapon for a domestic dispute that occurred some time between May and December of this year. Police won’t release the officer’s … Continue Reading
TORONTO – Ontario’s police watchdog said Saturday that it’s believed four officers opened fire…
DENVER – At least three people were stabbed in a parking lot at Sports Authority Stadium Field at Mile High after the Denver Broncos’ game Thursday night. Police spokesman Steve Warneke said three males were stabbed, and a fourth may … Continue Reading
CALGARY – A self-proclaimed white supremacist convicted in the beating death of a Calgary…
MONTREAL – The federal public safety minister has announced the creation of an RCMP…
SAO PAULO – Brazilian media reports say a Canadian businessman has been killed in…
I guess he was really hungry? A 41-year-old Saskatchewan man called 911 and demanded that emergency services bring him alcohol, cigarettes and a variety of snacks. When his demands weren’t met, he barricaded himself in his home with a gun. […]
Well folks, it’s two for-one-day here at Allan’s Perspective! For the last time (we hope) Rob Ford has made it as our “Asshole of the Day!” Even though I was a Ford supporter, there is a point where ya just got to say…………………., ENOUGH IS ENOUGH! This guy has shown a terrific lack of judgement, […]
A popular Twitch.tv livestreamer had some unwanted guest stars yesterday evening—the Seminole County, Fla. Sheriff’s Office, summoned by a troll who phoned in a report of someone threatening others with a knife. You can see it play out here.
SEATTLE – A sex offender who authorities say managed to steal one of the…
And what it means the for the developing system