EDITORIALS

EDITORIALS

My Damaged Suitcase – Life After Policing

Retirement is the occupational hazard they don’t really tell you about. It wasn’t highlighted as such on the job application. Albeit inevitable, retiring from policing […]

EDITORIALS LOCAL NEWS

Reallocation of Resources Not Enough to Address Crime Apocalypse

I fully intended on writing an article today highlighting the troubling lack of leadership we’ve seen with the response to the unprecedented crime apocalypse raging […]

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Deja Vu Traumatizing in Attack on Toddler

“Hey, just want to give you the heads up, a 3 year old kid was stabbed in the neck this morning by the mother’s boyfriend, […]

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Ideologues Blind to Impacts of “Safe” Injection Sites

There’s a problem with ideologues. They don’t like to take reality into consideration. In reality, the City of Winnipeg is in an unprecedented drug & […]

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Addiction, Homelessness, Poverty – Revelations in Recent Homicide

I’ve been reporting on a common theme lately. The theme centers on the revelation that Winnipeg is Dying. I largely attribute the awakening to a […]

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Winnipeg is Dying

It’s true. Winnipeg is dying. Well, not exactly, but it wouldn’t be an overstatement to suggest our Police Service is in critical condition. If you […]

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Mayor Offside with Attack on Police Pensions

It was but a few weeks ago Chief Danny Smyth held an unprecedented news conference to sound the alarm regarding his concern for the mental […]

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WPS Stock Tumbles – No Time for Blamegame

Imagine the CEO of a publicly-traded company attending the annual shareholders meeting and delivering the news the companies stock was in free-fall. Then imagine the […]