“…not charged with any offences”


 Posted on May 22nd, 2015
 by Patrick – Won't you help brighten a lonely comment box's day?

So is he dangerous or what?

Twenty-year-old Seyed Amir Hossein Raisolsadat of Stratford has not been charged with any offences.

Police allege Raisolsadat had beans needed to produce the deadly toxin, ricin.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/prince-edward-island/terrorism-related-peace-bond-for-seyed-amir-hossein-raisolsadat-extended-1.3083226

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“…not a single worker is protected under the Employment Standards Act”


 Posted on May 20th, 2015
 by Patrick – Won't you help brighten a lonely comment box's day?

Foxconn

In Ontario, not a single worker is protected from wrongful dismissal under the Employment Standards Act.

http://metronews.ca/news/canada/1371468/ontario-allowing-employers-to-fire-workers-without-cause/

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I don’t use the word “hero” often but…


 Posted on May 15th, 2015
 by Patrick – Won't you help brighten a lonely comment box's day?

There are worse crimes you know?

Vaulter Bandit

On Friday, York Regional Police and Peel Regional Police and the Canadian Bankers Association plan to hold a news conference in Aurora to publicize the $100,000 reward.

The robber is known at the Vaulter Bandit for the way in which he jumps over the counter during robberies, and he has been linked to about 20 bank heists over a five-year period across Canada.

He appears to work alone and may use rental cars.

“He’s probably pretty hush hush about it,” [Det.-Sgt. Mike] Fleischaker said.

He has used a silver Jetta and a Chevy Cruz for his escapes, and police are investigating whether they were rental cars.

“These are cars that are frequently rented out as economy cars,” Fleischaker said.

His method of robbery has changed over the course of his career.

Originally, he went into banks during regular hours and jumped the counter, taking whatever he could quickly from tellers.

Since May 2011, he has started to show up in the morning as employees prepare to open branches for business.

Last June, the Canadian Bankers Association raised the reward to $50,000 from $20,000.

http://www.thestar.com/news/crime/2015/05/15/vaulter-bandit-bank-robber-reward-jumps-to-100000.html

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