Month: November 2013

DEATH THREATS NOTHING NEW TO WPS OFFICERS
LOCAL NEWS

DEATH THREATS NOTHING NEW TO WPS OFFICERS

You could call it a hazard of the trade. Death threats are just one of those things Law Enforcement Officer’s have to contend with when they swear an oath to serve and protect.  I doubt I could accurately recall how many times hardened street thugs or street gang members have […]

RCMP CRUISER CAR (PHOTO JGJ)
LOCAL NEWS

RCMP INVESTIGATE ISLAND LAKE MURDER

On November 24, 2013, shortly after 10:00 am, Island Lake RCMP were advised that Jerrold Moses Flett (21) of Garden Hill First Nation had been assaulted.  He was subsequently found seriously injured lying on the ground by the nursing station.  Flett was transported to the local nursing station where he […]

WPS REPORTS MURDER #24 – November Turning Out to be Deadly Month
LOCAL NEWS

WPS REPORTS MURDER #24 – November Turning Out to be Deadly Month

  The Winnipeg Police Service is reporting another Homicide. On November 21, 2013 emergency personnel were dispatched to the 100 block of Mayfair Avenue regarding the report of an assault. On arrival, an adult male was located and later transported to hospital in critical condition.  He has since succumbed to […]

PILO VAZQUEZ – Helping Canadians Live the Dream in Huatulco, Mexico
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PILO VAZQUEZ – Helping Canadians Live the Dream in Huatulco, Mexico

It’s that time of year again…. Time for Canadians to flock south as old man winter prepares to tighten his grip on us. Winter in Winnipeg can be long, hard and extremely frigid. Escaping our reality, even for a week or two, really helps to make the unforgiving wintry season […]

HOME RENOVATION WARRIORS – Tenszen, Dueck & McFaddin Rock Stars in the Reno World
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HOME RENOVATION WARRIORS – Tenszen, Dueck & McFaddin Rock Stars in the Reno World

There are plenty of nightmare renovation stories out there. This isn’t going to be one of them. In 2013, I retired from the Winnipeg Police Service and started a new chapter in my life.  While I saw it as an opportunity to explore other pursuits, my wife saw it as […]

TANYA NEPINAK (POLICE HANDOUT)
EDITORIALS LOCAL NEWS

TANYA NEPINAK – In Search of Justice

The search for justice for family members of Tanya Nepinak took a major set back today. The news just broke that charges against Shawn Lamb have been stayed in connection with the murder of Nepinak. I wrote a story this morning that I planned on publishing tomorrow examining the nuances […]

CharlesAdler.com
EDITORIALS

STOP THE VICTIMIZATION HUSTLE – By Charles Adler

Ladies and Gentlemen There was a demonstration on the streets of Winnipeg. I don’t want to get into the size of it. I want to get into the message of it. One of the messages was that the people working on finding missing women in Winnipeg, specifically Tanya Nepinak, aren’t […]

“JUST ANOTHER DEAD INDIAN” – The Racial Divide
EDITORIALS

“JUST ANOTHER DEAD INDIAN” – The Racial Divide

I’d never heard of Tears for Justice founder Gladys Radek before I read an article in the Winnipeg Sun yesterday penned by reporter Dean Pritchard. After doing a google search I learned Radek is an Aboriginal woman from Moricetown, British Columbia who won a law suit against BC security guards […]