Month: December 2015

PTSD > THE SILENT KILLER – “It Doesn’t Cure Itself”
EDITORIALS VICTIM'S CORNER

PTSD > THE SILENT KILLER – “It Doesn’t Cure Itself”

They call it the silent killer. Studies suggest ten percent (10%) of emergency responders (Police, Fire, Paramedics) suffer from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder or PTSD. The RCMP recently confirmed thirty-one (31) serving and retired Police Officers have committed suicide since 2006. Four of these deaths occurred within just the past year. […]

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EDITORIALS

“WHO YOU REPPIN?” – A Deadly Question in Murder City

It’s a question that can get you killed in the YWG. “Who you reppin?” If you hear it, run as fast as you can and don’t ever look back. “Who you reppin,” is a question Winnipeg gangsters ask to determine the gang status of perceived rival gang members.  The problem is, the thugs don’t […]

Raymond Joseph Cormier (53) WPS Handout
EDITORIALS LOCAL NEWS

POLICE SOLVE FONTAINE MURDER – Rabid Dogs, Exploitation & Revolving Doors

Police have arrested and charged a no-account habitual-criminal in connection with the high-profile killing of Winnipeg teenager Tina Fontaine (15). Fontaine’s body was pulled from the murky waters of the Red River on August 17, 2014. The case featured many distractions that included allegations of both Police and Child & Family Services incompetence. Police […]

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LAW & ORDER LOCAL NEWS

Domestic Violence Motive in Latest Homicide

Police report domestic violence is responsible for the latest Winnipeg homicide. On November 26, 2015 at approximately 10:00 am, Police and EMS responded to a suite located in the 100 block of Tuxedo Ave regarding an unresponsive female. Upon arrival, officers located the deceased body of Candace Monias (28) of […]