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January 21, 2010

The signs of the times in Canada

BC freezes pay for MLAs, government cites budget concerns  Vancouver Sun –  The BC government today froze pay for MLAs for the next two years to reflect the monetary challenges facing the province, the government said in a press release from Victoria.

BC government imposes layoffs, wage freezes

BC to lay off staff, freeze MLA pay BCLocalNews

CKFR – C-FAX 1070
and we can next expect a lot more of this elswhere too, EVEN BY OUR FEDERAL GOVERNMENT,  to pay for the BC winter olympics even .. and the bribe money that was given out..
meanwhile the force, I mean farce continues..

Mounties accused of assaulting Manitoba man CANOE –  By Ross Romakiuk, QMI Agency Two Mounties are charged with assaulting a Powerview-area resident more than a year ago and facing possible internal discipline as well as the court system. Cpl. Jeffrey Thomas Moyse, 40, and Const. Trevor Kyle Ens, 29,

Mounties charged with assault Winnipeg Free Press –  The assault allegedly happened when the officers were transporting the man from Traverse Bay to the Lac du Bonnet detachment on Oct. 24, 2008. Earlier this month, Manitoba Justice formally notified RCMP that charges of assault were recommended against

2 RCMP officers charged with assault –  Two Manitoba Mounties have been charged in the assault of a 19-year-old person they were transporting. Cpl. Jeffrey Thomas Moyse, 40, and Const. Trevor Kyle Ens, 29, have been ordered to appear in provincial court in Pine Falls on Feb. 25.

Mounties face assault charges –  The police force received a complaint Nov. 13, 2008 that a 19-year-old Powerview resident was allegedly assaulted while being transported by Powerview RCMP in October. The 19-year-old resident was being transported from Traverse Bay to the Lac du

sso what else is new here?

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