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Suicide bomber


MOGADISHU - A suicide bomber disguised as a policeman blew himself up inside a police training camp in Somalia's capital Mogadishu on Thursday and killed at least 18 officers.  Police spokesman said the attacker strapped explosives to his body and infiltrated the General Kahiye Police Training Academy during an early morning parade. (Reuters) 


Commits suicide


Dan Johnson


LOUISVILLE - Kentucky State Rep Dan Johnson, who was under investigation for alleged sexual molestation, died of a 'probable suicide,' the Bullitt County coroner said Wednesday night. (WDRB)


MORE:   Lawmaker shot himself in the head


Authorities collecting DNA


XINJIANG - Chinese authorities are collecting DNA samples, fingerprints and other biometric data from every resident in a far western region, Human Rights Watch has said.  Officials are also building a database of iris scans and blood types of everyone aged between 12 and 65 in Xinjiang, adding to controls in a place some experts have called an 'open-air prison'.  The region is home to over 11M Uyghurs, a Muslim Turkic minority, and is occasionally hit by bouts of violence.   (Guardian UK)  


REPORT:   Region collects DNA 


Hard choices


LIAONING - Experts estimate that thousands, and perhaps tens of thousands, of North Korean women have been trafficked across the border and sold as brides since a crippling famine in North Korea killed hundreds of thousands of people in the mid-1990s. Brokers tell the women they can find jobs in China, but instead sell them to Chinese men, mostly poor farmers in 3 border provinces who struggle to find brides in part because Beijing's one-child policy led to the abortion of many female fetuses.  (AP) 


Happiness minister wanted


Lal Singh Arya


MADHYA PRADESH - Lal Singh Arya, whose mandate is to put a smile on the faces of his 70M constituents, is wanted in connection with the death of an opposition politician in 2009.  Madhya Pradesh became the first state in India to create a happiness ministry with the appointment of Arya in Jan.  But the 53-year-old from the ruling Bharatiya Janata party disappeared after a court in Bhind district issued a warrant for his arrest.  (Guardian UK)


Biggest bubble in world history


NEW YORK - As of this moment it is official that bitcoin is now the biggest bubble in history, having surpassed the Tulip mania of 1634-1637.   (Zero Hedge)


He's back


Mario Dion


OTTAWA - The federal government has nominated a new Ethics Commissioner.  Mario Dion, the current chair of the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada, is set to replace current ethics watchdog Mary Dawson.  Dion is a retired lawyer from Montreal, and has chaired the Immigration Refugee Board since 2015. Prior to that, he was the Public Sector Integrity Commissioner.  (CTV)


PREVIOUS:   5 years, 400+ complaints, Commission finally found a wrongdoing    Whistleblowers 


New ticket law


TORONTO - ON banned the use or sale of ticket bots - computer software that quickly scoops up huge numbers of tickets online - and also put a ceiling on what can be charged for resale ducats.  The law empowers ticket operators to sue bot companies.  It also caps resale prices at no more than 50% above the original price and forces online sellers to disclose all surcharges up front. The legislation also mandates ticket sellers disclose how many tickets will be sold as well as the capacity of the venue.  (Toronto Star)


MORE:   2017 ON Bill 166   Law could backfire 


Bribed voters


Cocaine, marijuana and tens of thousands of dollars in cash were used to bribe voters in a recent SK First Nation election, says a report commissioned by the federal government.  Former RCMP officer Bob Norton concluded there is 'no doubt' ballot-buying occurred during the April 20 election at Mosquito, Grizzly Bear's Head, Lean Man First Nation.  (CBC)


Next chief justice


Richard Wagner


OTTAWA - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has appointed Quebec-born Justice Richard Wagner to be the next chief justice of the Supreme Court of Canada.   (CP)


MORE:   New chief justice 




OTTAWA - Canada's finance ministers struck a deal Monday on how they plan to share tax revenues during the cost-heavy startup phase of a legalized marijuana market - but they also kept their options open, just in case lucrative days lie ahead.  The new agreement will see the federal government give the provinces and territories a 75% share of federal excise tax revenues from the sale of legalized pot, a portion of which will be meted out to cities and towns to help them defray the cost of making cannabis legal across Canada.  (CP)


PREVIOUS:   War on Illegal Drugs 


Millions in GST revenue


OTTAWA - A new report from Parliament's budget watchdog says carbon pricing in four provinces could net the federal government more than $500M over 2 years in GST revenues.  The report by the parliamentary budget officer says GST revenues from AB, BC, ON and QC could total between $236M and $267M by the end of the current fiscal year next April, and between $265M and $313M in the next fiscal year.  Jean-Denis Frechette's report says the calculations will help Canadians understand the impact of a national carbon pricing policy on revenue from the goods and services tax.  (CP) 


Site-C to go ahead


VANCOUVER - BC Premier John Horgan announced Monday that the government is opting to continue construction on the Site C dam, rather than cancel or delay it.  The dam was initially estimated to cost $8.3B, but Horgan announced that the latest estimate puts the total at $10.7B.  A recent review from the BC Utilities Commission suggested that terminating the project would cost the province $1.8B, in addition to $2.1B already spent. Suspending construction until 2024 would add at least $3.6B to the original price tag.   (CTV)  


PREVIOUS:   Greed and corruption BC


Municipalities to be paid back


MONTREAL - Engineering giant SNC-Lavalin has reached agreement to pay restitution to 7 Quebec municipalities for obtaining contracts through questionable means.  The provincial government launched the program in Nov 2015 aimed at recovering money paid in connection with public contracts obtained as a result of fraud or fraudulent tactics. It gave businesses and individuals 2 years to voluntarily make such payments for contracts dating as far back as 1996.  (CP)


PREVIOUS:   Corporate scandals   Greed and Corruption Quebec


3 years


TORONTO - An elderly Russian man with backwoods skills has been sentenced to 3 years in prison for helping smuggle a person from Canada into the US.  A jury had convicted Nikolay Souslov, 70, of 2 charges in May.   The prosecution also argued he was the principal behind smuggling at least 7 people into the US, a number they said was 'undoubtedly conservative.'  The US deported him in 2004 but he kept returning. Canada also deported him in 2015.   (CP) 


Data breach


Uber Canada said late Monday that 815,000 Canadian riders and drivers may have been affected as part of its worldwide data breach announced in Nov.  The disclosure came the same day the federal privacy commissioner said it had opened a formal investigation into the data breach, which saw the theft of information from some 57M Uber accounts globally in Oct 2016.  Uber said the information taken includes names, email address, and mobile phone numbers from the accounts, but that its investigation has not identified any location history, credit card numbers, bank account numbers or dates of birth were downloaded.  (CP) 


Part of nature


Paul Nicklen


When Nunavut polar bear monitor Leo Ikakhik saw this weekend's viral video of an emaciated polar bear rummaging through the garbage in search of food, he wasn't shocked.  'Mother Nature is going to do part of that. You know, it's just part of the cycle.'  The picture was shot in July by National Geographic photojournalist Paul Nicklen for his conservation organization SeaLegacy, which runs regular expeditions in the North to document the effects of climate change.   (CBC)


RELATED:   Rescuing whales 'high-risk'


Attempted suicide bombing


Akayed Ullah


NEW YORK - Akayed Ullah, 27, a Bangladeshi native, had wires attached to him and a 5-inch metal pipe bomb and battery pack strapped to his midsection as he walked through the Manhattan transit hub.  The man partially detonated the device, which he was carrying under the right side of his jacket, prematurely inside the passageway to the A, C and E trains at 42 St W and 8 Ave  around 7:40am Monday.  The man, who suffered the most serious injuries, was taken to Bellevue Hospital.  (NY Post)


MORE:   Pipe bomb   Failed terror attack   What we know about the suspect


Yes there is more than 7


Todd Kohlhepp


SPARTANBURG COUNTY - With 6 words penned to his local newspaper, serial killer Todd Kohlhepp gave voice to the fears of investigators and anyone else worried that a missing loved one had become a victim of South Carolina's infamous murderer:  'Yes there is more than seven.'  In May, Kohlhepp pleaded guilty to avoid the death penalty and was sentenced to 7 lifetimes in prison, plus 60 years.  (Washington Post)


Wannabe dictator ban opposition


Nicolas Maduro


CARACAS - Venezuela's President, Nicolas Maduro, says the country's main opposition parties are banned from taking part in next year's presidential election.  Leaders from the Justice First, Popular Will and Democratic Action parties boycotted the vote because they said the electoral system was biased. President Maduro says his party won more than 300 of the 335 mayoral races being contested. The election board put turn out at 47%.  (BBC)    


MORE:    Maduro bans opposition parties   Ruling party sweep mayoral races   PDVSA to pay China's Sinopec

PREVIOUS:   Crisis in Venezuela   Cartels    


Tribunal says no fraud



Juan Hernandez       Salvador Nasralla


TEGUCIGALPA - The Supreme Electoral Tribunal of Honduras has not found any irregularities after a partial recount of with over 4,753 ballot boxes from the Nov 26 presidential election ended on Sunday.  The country's opposition has repeatedly rejected the poll's results, accusing the TSE of fraud.  The results mean that Juan Orlando Hernandez, the ruling National Party candidate and incumbent president, won 1,410,877 votes or 42.95%, while Salvador Nasralla garnered 1,360,439 votes, or 41.42%.  Nasralla accused the EU, the OAS and the US of conspiring in the alleged fraud against him.  (EFE)


MORE:   Partial recount shows same results

PREVIOUS:   Honduran general election 2017   Crime in Honduras   Cities by murder rate 


Legal proceeding against contender


Sun Zhengcai


BEIJING - China's prosecutor began on Dec 11 formal legal proceedings against disgraced senior politician Sun Zhengcai, once considered a contender for top leadership, who has been accused of corruption and other crimes.  Sun was abruptly removed from his post as party chief of Chongqing in July and replaced by Chen Miner, who is close to President Xi Jinping.   (REUTERS)


Leave of absence


Mario Batali


NEW YORK - Famed chef Mario Batali was asked to step away from The Chew while ABC reviews sexual misconduct allegations against him.  (ABC)


MORE:   Batali misconduct allegations  


Key-logger pre-installed


Hidden software that can record every letter typed on a computer keyboard has been discovered pre-installed on hundreds of HP laptop models.  Security researcher Michael Myng found the keylogging code in software drivers preinstalled on HP laptops to make the keyboard work.  HP said more than 460 models of laptop were affected by the 'potential security vulnerability'.   (BBC)


PREVIOUS:   Big Brother surveillance


Dual citizenship


OTTAWA - As a dual citizenship debacle rocks Australia's political world, Canada's Parliament embraces sitting MPs and Senators who were born around the world and hold dual, or even triple, citizenship.  There are now at least 56 sitting parliamentarians - 44 MPs and 12 senators - born in countries outside Canada, according to information from the Library of Parliament and websites.  At least 22 of them have citizenship from other countries.  That figure does not include MPs and senators who hold citizenship through descent, naturalization or marriage.  (CTV)




TORONTO - Law-enforcement agencies are reviewing more than 37,000 case files as part of a nationwide effort to improve how police handle sexual-assault investigations - an unprecedented overhaul of oversight, training and investigative practices designed to address substantial flaws in the way sexual violence is policed in Canada.  (Globe & Mail)


Family attacked 


ST THOMAS - Sergio Estepa is nursing a cracked rib and large bruise after a baseball bat attack Thursday afternoon in a busy parking lot in St. Thomas.  He and his family got little help from bystanders as a man charged at him, unprovoked, yelling about terrorists and ISIS.  Mark Phillips, 36, was charged with aggravated assault and 3 counts of assault with a weapon.  (CBC)


Text messages private


OTTAWA - The Supreme Court says Canadians can expect the text messages they send to remain private - at least in some instances - even after the messages reach their destination.  (CP)


JUDGMENT:   2017 SCC 60   2017 SCC 59 


Palestinian shot dead


WEST BANK - A Palestinian has been shot dead in Gaza by the Israeli army, the first person killed in clashes that began after Donald Trump recognized Jerusalem as Israel's capital.  Palestinian protesters clashed with Israeli troops across the West Bank as worshippers throughout the Muslim world took to the streets after the weekly Friday midday prayers to protest against Trump's decision.  Despite calls for a day of rage, Palestinian protesters turned out in smaller numbers than they did on Thursday.  (Guardian UK) 


MORE:   Muslim leaders urge world to recognize East Jerusalem as capital of Palestine

PREVIOUS:   Jerusalem decision   Is Jerusalem Israel's capital or not?   Hamas calls for 3rd intifada against Israel 

RELATED:   Israeli strikes kill 2 after Gaza rocket attack   IDF destroys Gaza attack tunnel


Armed man shot


VAUGHAN - An armed man who held several people hostage inside a bank in Vaughan on Wednesday afternoon was fatally shot after police tried to negotiate with him.  The SIU's preliminary investigation found that 2 police officers discharged their guns and struck the armed man, who was pronounced dead at the scene.  (Toronto Star)


MORE:   Hostage situation ends   Man, 25, shot by police   SIU investigating 


Attempted murder


TORONTO - A 34-year-old woman accused of critically injuring her 4-month-old baby girl at a condominium on Wednesday is now accused of attempted murder.  Police say the mother was arrested after officers responded to an unknown trouble call at Evans Ave and Sherway Gardens Road just after 8:30am.   (Sun Media)


MORE:   Mother charged


Man in custody


TORONTO - Police responded to the scene of Empringham Drive and Sewells Road just before 2:00pm on Tuesday after receiving a call about a woman who had no vital signs.  She died in hospital.  The incident is being investigated as a homicide. One man is currently in custody.  (Toronto star)


MORE:   Death ruled a homicide   Husband reported arrested 


Investigating a homicide


Daren Jones


EAST UNIACKE - RCMP were called to a wooded area off East Uniacke Road shortly after 9:30am on Dec 2 after a hunter discovery a body.  Police identified the remains as Daren Jones, 57, of Maquapit Lake, NB.  Jones had been reported missing by his family in July, police found his abandoned vehicle near Stewiacke, NS.  (Halifax Today)


MORE:   Missing found slain   Remains are missing man

PREVIOUS:   Daren Jones missing 


Victim dies in hospital


Kwsie Blair


TORONTO - On Monday, Nov 13, 2017, at 11:19pm, police were called for a sound of gunshots to the Dundas St E and Parliament St area.  Once on scene, police located a man in medical distress.  He was taken to hospital with gunshot wounds.  On Monday, Dec 11, 2017, Kwsie Blair, 20, was pronounced while still in hospital.  Homicide has taken over the investigation.    (TPS)


MORE:   Man dies in hospital   Shooting victim dies   Shot man dies 





Jordan Frydenlund     Jonathan Sylvester


CALGARY - Jordan Gregory Frydenlund, 30, was fatally injured in a confrontation outside an apartment building in the 700-block of 67 Ave SW on the evening of Oct. 27.  Police asked the public for help in locating Jonathan Sylvanus Francis Sylvester, 40.  On Dec 6, police in Toronto arrested Sylvester. He is now charged with second-degree murder.  (CBC)


MORE:   Man charged

PREVIOUS:   Identified   Victim identified   Wanted for questioning   




HALIFAX - On Aug 5, 2016 two men got into an argument inside an apartment at 5565 Cornwallis St.  Police say one shoved the other, causing him to fall.  Barry Melvin Jenkins, 59, was taken to hospital where he died on Aug 21, 2016.  On Tuesday, Edward Ernest Corbett, 66, was charged with one count of manslaughter.   (Halifax Today)


MORE:   Manslaughter charge   Man charged 




Harsimran Singh Birdi


CALGARY - Police were called to an alleyway in the 9700-block of Harvest Hills Link NE on April 7, 2016 after a member of the community found  the body of Harsimran Singh Birdi, 20.  In Nov police released images of 2 men who were believed to have been with the victim in the hours before his death.  On Monday Abdullah Mela, 21, was charged with second-degree murder and Nadar Abdulbaki, 21, was charged with accessory after the fact to murder.   (CTV)


MORE:   2 charged   Police arrest 2

PREVIOUS:   Police seek 2   Targeted   Identified   




CALGARY - Emergency crews were called to a home on Rundlehorn Terrace NE Dec 7 at about 1:00am for reports of a man in medical distress.  EMS declared the man dead at the scene and police believe an argument between him and his brother escalated into a deadly altercation. The victim has been identified as Cory Runner, 29, and his brother, Wayne Runner, 34 is now charged with second-degree murder.  (CTV)


MORE:   Brother charged   Police lay charge 


Drug bust


VANCOUVER - Police said an investigation was launched after a spike in fatal drug overdoses occurred in late Oct, including 5 suspected overdose deaths in Abbotsford in one day.  Lab analysis confirmed the presence of carfentanil in some of the drugs seized.  Brian Vincent MacDonald, 53, and Jason Clifford Richardson, 45, were charged with possession for the purpose of trafficking (PPT).   (CBC) 


Youth pleads guilty



Kassy Finbow         Andrea Reid


COBOURG - A developmentally delayed teenager suffering from schizophrenia and fetal alcohol syndrome has pleaded guilty to setting a fire that killed 2 people in her foster home.  Kassy Finbow, 14, succumbed to smoke inhalation in the rural foster home on Quaker Rd in Oakwood, ON.  Caregiver Andrea Reid, 43, was declared brain-dead at a Lindsay hospital Feb. 25.


PREVOUIS:   Loose rules   2nd person dies   Youth charged  




Mike Gould


KIMBERLEY - Mike Gould, the man who promised $7.5M to a junior B hockey team in Kimberley BC, has been charged with fraud and using a forged document.  Charges against the 38-year-old man stem from a banquet held to celebrate his promise to donate millions to a BC junior hockey team called the Dynamiters in Kimberley, BC.  (CBC)




TORONTO - Officers responded to a construction site in the area of Jane St and Mount Mellick Drive on Friday at around 4:40pm after reports of a body found.  On Monday, Police said homicide investigators had taken over the investigation.  The victim has been identified by police as Richard Layton, of no fixed address.  (CP24)


MORE:   Body found  


Police shooting


WINNIPEG - Officers were confronted by a man when they were responding to a home on Charles St around 12:15am Tuesday.  Police shot the man.  He was rushed to hospital in critical condition.    (CBC)


MORE:   Police shooting   IIU called in 


Body identified


CALGARY - RCMP have identified a man found dead east of Calgary and are asking the public for help as the investigation continues.  Jammie Lee Miller, 27, of Calgary was found dead near the intersection of Range Road 282 and Township Road 232 on Dec 6.  (CBC)


MORE:   RCMP identify body 


Foster mom charged


Lydia Whitford & Lisa Marie Campbell


RM OF SPRINGFIELD - Lisa Marie Campbell, 26, was arrested in Winnipeg on Thursday and charged with manslaughter in connection with Lydia Whitford's death in the rural municipality of Springfield in July 2016.  Whitford, who lived with autism and epilepsy and was non-verbal, lived with Campbell at the Springfield residence where she died.   (CBC)


PREVIOUS:   Death ruled a homicide   Woman with autism killed   What did we miss?     


Manslaughter pleas 



Abiem              Okich, Bol, and Nyike 


CALGARY - Abiem Abiem was shot through the door of his cousin's basement apartment in the 2400-block of 47 St SE as the two tried to keep out the three men threatening them with guns the night of Nov 11, 2016.  Benjamin El-Ajak Nyiker, 24, Akieg Bol, 21, and Matiop Okich, 22, pleaded guilty to manslaughter.   (CBC)


MORE:   Guilty pleas

PREVIOUS:   3 charged   Shooting   Man found dead   


Getaway driver convicted


MONTREAL - Leslie Greenwood was convicted on two counts of first degree murder.  He was the getaway driver for Timothy Simpson and Robert Simpson, two hit men hired to kill Kirk Murray. The pair also shot and killed Antonio Onesi, a friend who had driven Murray to the McDonald's on St. Jacques St in Jan 2010.   (CTV)


PREVIOUS:   More murder charges   Convicted   Guilty in double murder   Brothers plead guilty   Life sentence   4th arrest   2 new murder charges   3rd murder charge 


4 years


EDMONTON - Eric Lestar, 21, was impaired when he got behind the wheel and sped through traffic in Oct 2016. He rear-ended the SUV Joann Christou, 50, was driving.  The SUV burst into flames with Christou trapped inside, she was pronounced dead at the scene.  (CTV)


PREVIOUS:   Charged   Help her family   Charges laid  


4 years



Hannah Thorne      Brian King


NEW HARBOUR - Brian Robert King, guilty of multiple charges related to the death of Hannah Thorne in the summer of 2016, has been sentenced to 4 years in jail.   (CBC)


PREVIOUS:   Street racer pleads guilty    Street racing charges     


Teacher gets 10 years


Paul Martial


EDMONTON - Public school teacher Paul Roger Martial vanished from his Grade 7 classroom in Sept 2015. No one was ever told why.  Martial disappeared because police had charged him with sex-related offences involving a former female student.  The 52-year-old is now serving a 10-year prison term after pleading guilty, on the first day of his trial this fall, to sexual interference and luring.  (CBC)


Person of interest



Tess Richey                  TPS


TORONTO - Police have released security camera images of a man who investigators believe could be connected to the Tess Richey homicide investigation.  Richey, 22, was last seen in the area of Church and Wellesley streets at around 3am on Nov 25 and was reported missing that same day.  Her body was located on Nov 29 outside a construction site at 582 Church St.  (CP24)


MORE:   Police release images

PREVIOUS:   Death ruled a homicide   Homicide    Body found in abandoned building   Who killed Tess


Carbon monoxide leak


VANCOUVER - Dozens of people were rushed to hospital Saturday night, some in critical condition, after they were exposed to carbon monoxide at a farm in Delta, BC.  42 patients were admitted to hospital - 10 in serious to critical condition and 32 others in stable condition.  The incident reportedly occurred in a greenhouse nursery at Windset Farms.  Officials speculated the carbon monoxide may have come from the gas powered engine of a pressure washer that was being used to clean the nursery.  WorkSafeBC is investigating the incident.  (CP) 


MORE:   Poor ventilation blamed  


40th anniversary bash


SAINT-MARC-SUR-RICHELIU - The Hells Angels gathered at the Handfield Sugar Shack in St-Marc-Sur-Richelieu on Saturday.  (CTV)


MORE:   Police presence


Double homicide


CAT LAKE FN - Provincial police have confirmed the 2 death investigations in Cat Lake First Nation on Wednesday night as a double homicide.  The victims have been identified as Isaac Gray, 51, and Tyrese Shakakeesic, 18, both of Cat Lake.  Police arrested Austin Wesley, 18, on Dec 6 and he's since been charged with 2 counts of second degree murder.  Gray is the accused's father and that both victims were shot inside Gray's residence.   (APTN) 




BRANTFORD - Kayla Bennett, 24, is charged with murder in the stabbing death of a 42-year-old woman on Thursday night.  Bennett was in bail court Friday morning to face charges of second-degree murder, assault, assaulting a police officer and 4 counts of failing to comply with an undertaking.  Police said they were called to Sheridan St after 9:30pm Thursday because a woman had been stabbed.  (Brantford Expositor)


MORE:   Stabbing 


Gang associate shot  


Dai Duong


VANCOUVER - The IHIT have confirmed Dai Duong, 21, of Abbotsford was the victim of the homicide.  The shooting happened late Thursday at a townhouse complex in the 8100-block of 204 St.  Police found a man with gunshot wounds in the backyard of a home.  Duong was known to police and associated with gang activity.    (CP)


MORE:    Identified   Shooting at townhouse    IHIT called in   Targeted   Publication ban on charges victim faced  


2 charged


David Hole


LONDON, ON - 2 men have been charged in the death of David Hole, 53, whose body was discovered in south London parking lot last month.  Hole was last seen on Nov 15.  Alexander Lambert, 52, is charged with second degree murder and offering an indignity to a body.  James McGillivary, 47, is charged with one count of being an accessory after the fact to murder and offering an indignity to a body. Police said Lambert and McGillivary were known to the victim.   (CBC)  


MORE:   2 charged   2 charged 




BIGSTONE CREE NATION - Marvin Brian Augerr, 47, was killed inside his home in the early hours of Oct 26, but his body wasn't found until Dec 2.  An autopsy conducted by the office of the chief medical examiner determined Auger had been shot to death. His death has been ruled a homicide.  (CBC)


MORE:   Dead for several weeks  




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