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kyle smithThe Repeat Offender Parole Enforcement (R.O.P.E.) Squad is requesting the public's assistance in locating a federal offender wanted on a Canada Wide Warrant as a result of his breach of parole.

Kyle SMITH is described as an Indigenous male, 26 years of age, 5'8(173cm), 150 lbs (68kg) with brown hair and brown eyes.

He is serving a 4 year and 10 month...

United-Way-fullThe United Way of Bruce Grey is pleased to see additional calls to halt Westario Power's winter disconnections.

February 14 - Brockton Council passed a motion: that Westario Power review and amend its disconnect policy and that disconnections not...

bwdsbA Special Board Meeting for Accommodation Review Delegations – Markdale and Area Schools will take place on Thursday, March 9, 2017 beginning at 7:00 p.m. at the Bluewater District School Board Education Centre in Chesley.

The meeting will give members of the public an opportunity to present their feedback to the Board of Trustees regarding the recommended option in the Preliminary Final Staff Report. Each delegation will be granted up to 10 minutes for their presentation, inclusive of questions for clarification. Input received at the meeting will be considered in the development of the Final Staff Report.

Requests to present as a delegation must be submitted to the Director's Office with a complete copy of the presentation no later than...

rape-1462995326-The findings from the national 'Unfounded' report from the Globe and Mail look at the way the crime of sexual violence is dealt with by police services across the country and in Grey Bruce. On average in Canada one in five claims of sexual assault are dismissed by police as "unfounded" − a formal police classification that means, "A crime was neither attempted, nor occurred". The numbers are much higher for all police services in our region, as reported in the Owen Sound Sun Times. The report shines a light on the complex and inconsistent way that the justice system responds to the crime of sexual violence in Canada and raises many important questions for police and our community:

  • Why do the number of cases of sexual violence that are considered 'unfounded' differ so greatly between the various police services

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