Their house burned down last year. Now they're giving back to vulnerable locals.
“Are all these school boards going to start saying that the dogs need to be certified?”
Her nine-year-old son was at home when suspect broke in, court documents allege.
Even if your child is not among those who are likely targets at the border, imagine how she would feel if a classmate, friend or teacher were subject to a humiliating search, separation from the group or refusal of entry. How would she react? And how should teachers deal with this?
"Some houses had the roofs torn off."
Police said the suspect, Richard Wallace, is known to police and now faces weapons-related charges.
"I did not come here to harm any people or do something bad,'' the man said.
Left out of its December release -- announcing the awarding of the $1.75 billion contract -- was any mention of collusion and bid-rigging by Korean-based Samsung C&T; the ongoing investigation by a Spanish magistrate and anti-corruption prosecutors into "allegations of misappropriation of public funds, falsifying documents and money laundering" at Acciona; and liquidity issues at Petrowest.
Buried among a spate of bad news announcements that the B.C. government released over the Christmas holidays was an update on a province-wide system for peer reviews of medical scans. The system was to have been operational by 2014, but still isn't in place at three of five health authorities and won't be until mid-2016 at the earliest.
Opening a business is easy to do, our city has so much untapped potential. Driving along Riverside drive from the Dominion House (the oldest building in Windsor) to Slinkys Ice Cream Parlour is one of my favourite things to do. Stephan Colbert famously called Windsor the worst place on earth but I could not disagree more.