EDITORIALS

EDITORIALS

Homicide or Robbery? – A Public Safety Debate

I’ve been having an interesting debate with an intrepid Winnipeg crime reporter for a number of years now. He says robbery, I say homicide. The […]

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The Liberal Snake Pit – Slither Me This

I prefer to shy away from the political arena. There are just to many excellent journalists out there to cover the tawdry scandals that infect […]

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Cops, Drunk Driving & Acquittals – Forget the Conspiracy Theories

“Officer’s impaired driving acquittal a result of incompetent investigation.” It’s not the kind of headline we could ignore. “Another cop charged – another botched investigation,” Dan […]

EDITORIALS LOCAL NEWS Police Insider - Murder in River City - Year in Review

2018 Murder in River City – Year in Review

In 2018, the Winnipeg Police Service’s Homicide Unit continued to do what they do best, that is, solve murders. Last year the WPS investigated a […]

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Thefts Expose Soft Underbelly of MLL Leadership

The recent arrest of a sixteen-year-old habitual offender has exposed what many are calling a colossal failure of the leadership at Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries (MLL) to […]

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CBC Investigation into Boushie Case Much Ado About Nothing

I can think of few criminal cases that exposed Canada’s racial divide more than the Colten Boushie case has. That divide widened when Canadian Prime […]

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Attack on Law Enforcement Reprehensible – Truth Irrelevant in APTN Discussion

It’s difficult for Law Enforcement Agencies to build bridges in Indigenous Communities when radical Indigenous activists seem motivated to keep driving that wedge. Last week […]

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Child & Family Services – A Pathway to Homicide?

I just read an opinion piece published on the CBC News Indigenous site penned by Pamela Palmater, called “Foster care system one of the paths […]