Ishaola Michael, Bauchi Aliyu Mohammed Sani, a middle-aged man who missed the bearded death in 2019, described his ignorance and blind love for then-president Muhammadu Buhari, whom he said broke up with both the president and the president. The ruling All Progressive Congress (APC). Recall that Aliyu drank polluted sewer water and almost lost his life. Fortunately, a kind person rescued him in time and paid for his medical expenses. Four years on, middle-aged tailor…"I’ve dumped APC out of frustration – Man who celebrated Buhari’s victory in gutter says –"
Skiers and snowboarders descend Blackcomb Mountain in Whistler, British Columbia, Monday, March 8, 2010. On March 18, 2023, an 82-year-old skier was killed in an accident on the mountain. Canadian Press/Darryl Dyck 82-year-old man dies in accident while skiing on intermediate trails in Whistler The exact cause of death has not been determined An 82-year-old Whistler man died Saturday (March 18) after a…"82-year-old man dies in skiing accident on intermediate Whistler trail"
by Ruby Sweeney March 21, 2023 at 6:45 pm Police in London are investigating after a man was stabbed while parking at a train crossing in Richmond Street on Tuesday afternoon. Police said the incident happened sometime around Richmond Street and Piccadilly Street, just before 2.30pm. According to investigators, emergency responders received a 911 call and were told a man sitting on the driver’s side of the vehicle was pulled over at a train intersection…"UPDATE: Man stabbed in vehicle while stopped at a train crossing downtown"
Chilliwack’s Jamie O’Neill said a transport strike in the eastern Fraser Valley could end up costing him his job in the film industry. “I’m thinking about moving out of Chilliwack right now because I’m screwed,” O’Neal said. For three years, the single dad worked continuously on a television show in Vancouver. He actually moved safely to the valley knowing that Route 66 – the Fraser Valley Express – was in place so he could get…"Transit strike in eastern Fraser Valley could end up costing man his job in Vancouver"
March 21 was two years after Kenneth Craig was shot and killed. Craig was shot and killed in the Elk Road area between 3:30 and 4:30 a.m., but no arrests have been made. West K News spoke to the woman who was with Craig the night he died and recalled the shooting. She asked to remain anonymous. For the purposes of this article, she will be referred to as Jane. “We plan to spend the…"2 years and no answers in shooting death of West Kelowna man"
by Stephanie Chavez March 21, 2023 at 12:10 am A 28-year-old man has been charged with multiple charges after a traffic stop in Thedford. Lambton OPP officers spotted a well-known individual driving a motorcycle on Main Street at approximately 6:45 p.m. on March 16 Officials confirmed that the individual did not have the proper permits to drive a motorcycle and initiated a traffic stop, however, the motorcycle allegedly fled at high speed. The motorcyclist was…"Thedford man arrested after fleeing from police"
by Maureen Revait March 20, 2023 at 5:03 pm Ontario Provincial Police in Essex County say they have identified a man who needs assistance. Police said the man approached Essex officers on Sunday, explaining he was lost and was calling for help. This person does not have any identification on him. The man was taken to a safe place while police appealed to the public to try to identify him. On Monday evening, police confirmed…"UPDATE: OPP identify man needing assistance"
by Maureen Revait March 20, 2023 at 5:03 pm Ontario Provincial Police in Essex County is hoping the public can help them identify those in need. The man approached Essex police officers on Sunday, explaining he was lost and was calling for help. This person does not have any identification on him. He is now in a safe place as police seek his identity. He is not wanted for any criminal matter. The man is…"OPP need help identify man in need of assistance"
Derek Descoteau, nearly seven years after Chemainus was murdered, has been found not guilty by reason of a mental disorder of the man who previously confessed to his murder. Colin John’s decision was made by BC Supreme Court Justice Lisa Warren in Duncan on Tuesday after a statement explaining all aspects of the decision took 2.5 hours to read. Eventually the courtroom crowd responded angrily. When the decision was announced, many people who had gathered…"Anger grips Duncan courtroom after man found not responsible in 2016 slashing death"
A prolific Nakusp criminal has been jailed last week after breaking into an “underground bunker” filled with stolen property. On March 14, Nakusp RCMP responded to a report of a burglary in the Burton area of Arrow Lake with several items stolen, including a white Ford F350. Police obtained game camera footage from the area and identified and documented the suspect involved. Two days later, on the morning of March 16, a Nakusp officer found…"Nakusp man in prison following break-in, RCMP discover ‘underground bunker’ on property"