OTTAWA—Over 1,200 wristbands embossed with the words “United we stand / divided we fall” along with “#1998” have been purchased by members of the Ottawa Police Service and their supporters. 1998 is the badge number of Constable Daniel Montsion, the officer charged… Continue Reading
WE-SWEAR-WE-ARE-NOT-MAKING-THIS-UP DEPT. Photo: Mohd Fahmi Mohd Azmi, flickr A man was detained in Bursa province in Turkey’s Marmara region for allegedly raping a duck, daily Habertürk reported. Police forces detained the man following complaints from his inlaws, who claimed he… Continue Reading
Elizabeth Tracy Mae Wettlaufer, accused of first-degree murder in the deaths of eight Ontario nursing-home wards, is poised to become a published author. According to trusted sources, several North American publishing houses are vying for the rights to distribute original… Continue Reading
Image credit: CBC TORONTO—After having her sexual assault charges against Jian Gomeshi settled by peace bond last week, Kathryn Borel made a statement to the media. In the wake of what she said, the CBC is demanding Borel undergo sensitivity… Continue Reading
Photo: Alex Guibord, flickr (CC BY 2.0) “This is a great day of Canada as we begin a new era of positivity,” beamed Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau as he granted Osama Bin Laden Canadian citizenship.
Image: CBC First, it was a man driving through a Tim Horton’s early in the morning to get his daily coffee in Beaumont, Alberta when he was stopped and ticketed by police for texting while driving. Now, Eric Sanders of… Continue Reading
Photo: Brenda Lee, flickr. From the basement of his mother’s home in Thornhill, Ontario, disgraced former ‘Q’ host Jian Ghomeshi is quietly rebuilding his media empire. Capitalizing on his new reputation within the public consciousness, the fired CBC radio host… Continue Reading
GERMANY—A group of auto engineers working for Volkswagen may be too smart for its own good. A device built in 2014 won them an innovation award from Ingenieur Beste Deutsche (IBD). However, U.S. and Canadian governments feel the breakthrough is more suited to legal action.
CAIRO—On September 13, eight Mexican nationals were killed in a case of mistaken identity. While traveling in Egypt’s Western Desert, the group was confused with Islamist terrorists. Mooseclean’s sat down with the head of anti-terrorism in Egypt, Khaled Mubarak, to ask some questions about the incident.
A local builder is claiming harassment by the federal government after his business was contacted by investigators from the Competition Bureau, an independent law enforcement agency that looks into potentially criminal business practices.