As far as I can piece the timeline together, Marc Anthony Lerat’s arrest for violating his lifetime firearms prohibition order came days after the January 5th murder of his then-girlfriend, Keesha Cree Alexandra Bitternose, by another violent Regina man with a firearms prohibition order against him – Dillon Ricky Whitehawk.
It's a classic case of doing the wrong thing for the right reasons. On September 19 at 10:40 a.m., Nova Scotia RCMP report, a 19-year-old Yarmouth man saw another man place a small female child into the trunk of his car and walk away. This young man was horrified, and rightfully so. Can you … [Read More...]
Prior to yesterday morning's election announcement from BC Premier John Horgan, seven of his cabinet ministers announced they would not run again. Judy Darcy: Minister of Mental Health and Addictions Doug Donaldson: Minister of Forests Scott Fraser: Minister of Indigenous Relations and … [Read More...]
UPDATE: 12:15pm. Usually it takes longer than 5 hours for me to be proven correct. LOL At 11:00am this morning, BC Premier John Horgan announced his request to dissolve the Legislature was granted, placing the province into a fall election campaign where ballots will be cast on October … [Read More...]
On December 2, 2019, The Honourable Mr. Justice Marchand vacated Terence Scott Fehr's lifetime firearm prohibition order. (The ruling was only published on CANLII.org last week, hence my not writing about it earlier.) The revocation of his lifetime firearms prohibition order was the last hurdle … [Read More...]
As of September 16, 2020, the Province of Quebec has 65,857 confirmed cases of the novel corona virus commonly referred to as COVID-19, of which 2,141 are considered "active" cases - a sharp increase from just three weeks ago. Part of that increase, if media reports are to be believed, are … [Read More...]
The headline from Blacklock's Reporter, an Ottawa political newspaper, reads "Lametti Cited For Meddling: “Intolerable” Says Fed Judge." After reading the Federal court decision, I call it an accurate assessment, albeit a restrained one. Justice Minister David Lametti's time limits provision, as … [Read More...]