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10/22/2014

SOLDIER KILLED AT NATIONAL WAR MEMORIAL IDENTIFIED AS CPL. NATHAN CIRILLO

A Canadian Forces soldier who was shot and killed at the National War Memorial in Ottawa has been identified. Cpl. Nathan Frank Cirillo of Hamilton, Ont. was watching over the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier when he was gunned down shortly before 10 a.m. Eastern Time Wednesday. Witnesses described seeing ... Read More
10/22/2014

ENFIELD RCMP INVESTIGATING SHOOTING INCIDENT

Enfield RCMP are investigating a shooting on Martin Court in Lantz on Wednesday morning they say was not a random act.Police responded to a 911 call around 2:25 a.m. saying a man had been shot.However, RCMP discovered that a house and a vehicle were shot, but no one ... Read More
10/22/2014

NS, NB LEGISLATURES LOCKED DOWN AFTER OTTAWA SHOOTING

(CP) - The legislatures in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick are taking precautions after shots were fired on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Wednesday.In Halifax, security was increased at the Nova Scotia legislature and the building was locked down but Speaker Kevin Murphy says daily proceedings will continue.Only ... Read More
10/22/2014

RCMP DETERMINE ENFIELD CABIN FIRE SUSPICIOUS

A cabin fire in Enfield is under investigation by the RCMP. The unoccupied cabin off Halls Rd. was fully engulfed in flames when the Mounties arrived early Tuesday morning. The RCMP says the preliminary investigation has determined the fire was suspicious. However, the exact cause of the blaze is still ... Read More
10/22/2014

TRENTON OPTS OUT OF REGIONAL MOU

Trenton is not signing the memorandum of understanding with other area municipal units. At the beginning of Tuesday's monthly council meeting, Mayor Glen MacKinnon read a prepared statement saying Trenton remains willing to be a partner in studying regional governance, however the document as it currently stands is not in ... Read More