RCMP Const. Agata Purcell said she’s sticking with the class action because she doesn’t want to subject her family to the challenges of going it alone with an individual lawsuit.
“He pulls over and I think, ‘uh-oh, I’m in trouble,'” said MacEwan, who had just jaywalked across the street.
The plate is simply the family name: GRABHER.
Grabher is considering legal action in an effort to reclaim his plate, originally bought 25 years ago as a present for his father’s 65th birthday. He said his father always taught him to be proud of the family’s name, which is of German origin.
Machiskinic was found fatally injured at the bottom of the Delta Hotel laundry chute the morning of Jan. 10, 2015. She died in hospital later that day.
The Premier’s office expressed concern over the potential of a “patchwork approach” from the provinces which would provide difficulties for law enforcement.
But she needs Manitoba’s First Nations to tell her how to accomplish that.
“It’s a big problem generally in the youth. If there are no youth programs the Somalis won’t be there,” Amos Kambere, Executive Director of the Umoja Operation Compassion Society of BC, told The Early Edition’s Rick Cluff.
The report notes that physical control is more effective in subduing a suspect than using current “intermediate weapons,” such as a baton or a stun gun.
Elizabeth Wettlaufer was struggling personally and professionally, and in mid-September checked herself in to the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) in Toronto to battle a long-running substance-abuse problem. It wasn’t her first time in rehab.