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Saskatoon StarPhoenix, August 19, 2016
Gerald Stanley, the 54-year-old man charged with second-degree murder in the Aug. 9 shooting of 22-year-old Colten Boushie on a rural property near Biggar, Sask. has been released from custody.
In a written decision released late Friday afternoon, Battleford Court of Queen’s Bench Justice Neil Gabrielson ordered Stanley to post $10,000 cash bail and remain within a four-mile radius of his home on electronic monitoring unless he obtains written permission to leave from a probation officer. Read the rest of this entry
Saskatoon StarPhoenix, August 18, 2016
NORTH BATTLEFORD — Gerald Stanley, the man accused of second-degree murder in the farmyard shooting death of 22-year-old Colten Boushie, will remain in custody until at least Friday after a judge reserved his decision in a bail hearing.
Following a hearing Thursday afternoon that lasted roughly two hours in North Battleford Queen’s Bench Court — Stanley’s second court appearance of the day — the judge reserved his decision for at least 24 hours. Read the rest of this entry
We’re back! The move went good and we got the internet up and running faster than expected. While there’s still a lot of work to do unpacking and organizing I should be able to regularly update the site as well as fill any t-shirt orders. Gilakas’la!
Warrior Publications will not be posting any new articles until August 24, 2016, as me and my family will be undertaking a long distance move. By that time we hope to be established in our new home. We may be able to resume posting news articles before August 24, but we’ll just have to see. Gilakas’la!
B.C. Hydro president Jessica McDonald says some First Nations groups approve Site C
The Canadian Press, August 10, 2016
B.C. Hydro president Jessica McDonald says the Crown corporation has reached wide-ranging agreements with some First Nations concerned about the $8.8-billion Site-C hydroelectric dam project in northeastern B.C.
McDonald rejects a recent call to halt work on the project, saying talks and consultations have gone on since 2007 and recent agreements will mitigate potential impacts of the project. Read the rest of this entry
What started as a missing persons case on Saturday is now officially a double homicide
By Mack Lamoureux, Rick McConnell, CBC News, July 28, 2016
Two teenagers from Whitefish Lake First Nation, a young couple in love, were shot to death by someone they were “connected to,” RCMP say.
Police said Thursday they have “a significant amount of evidence” that suggests the killings of Dylan Laboucan and Cory Grey were not random.
Laboucan, 17, and Grey, 19, lived together in a trailer in the small community of 786 people, north of Lesser Slave Lake in north-central Alberta. Read the rest of this entry