For those of you that knew PC Lou Tellis, #8388 Toronto Police Service, who lost his life in january of 2008 this was in the Christmas addition of the TPS Association magazine Tour Of Duty.
The article is added as an attatchment below;
Sarge knows all the horses, the way they work, what makes them tick. 'You love them all, the good and the bad,' he says
One sight I will never for-get ...
Bay St. at Charles. The Yonge St. Riot has just begun.
I am beside the last of 11 horses strung across Bay.
Eleven police mounts...
This is why we have gang-bangers on the street and the police are unable to do a thing about them...Thanks to Libewral judges.
Gun charge tossed
Judge rules search was illegal
Scarborough man walked free yesterday after a judge ruled that a search of his car trunk -- which turned up a...
Military set for dramatic remake
Hillier's shake-up to allow forces to respond faster to crisis
Objective is to better integrate army, navy and air force
Jan. 30, 2006. 01:00 AM
OTTAWA—Gen. Rick Hillier has made his reputation as the outspoken, no nonsense...
218 reasons NOT to vote for the Liberals
By LINDA WILLIAMSON, TORONTO SUN
After 12 years, we at the Sun think it's self-evident that the Liberals have to go, and polls show most Canadians agree.
But just in case you're...
Commissioner wants TTC cops armed
TTC Commissioner Bill Saundercook wants to arm the transit system's special constables with guns.
Saundercook, a Toronto councillor, said yesterday that the seizure Monday of a sawed-off shotgun and a revolver at the Dupont subway station just reinforces the...
I think that either Bill Blair is scared of those hippy protester members of the Police Services Board or just isn't a good enough police officer to see the value of a piece of kit like that and the tremendous benefit that it would be to the TPS as a tool of law enforcement.
Pam McConnel, as...
Peggy Hickenbottom, mother of three, salesman and former wedding-dress buyer, is in the crosshairs of Canadian politicians
By THANE BURNETT, TORONTO SUN
Peggy Hickenbottom is in the crosshairs of Canadian federal and provincial justice ministers.
What crime has she committed? They will...
Police board shuffle
McConnell replaced as chairman
By ROB GRANATSTEIN, CITY HALL BUREAU
Pam McConnell will be resigning today as the chairman of the Toronto Police Services Board.
After a year at the helm, McConnell will...
Bruce Sterling reports back from the electronic battlefield.
The First Company of the 12th Armored Cavalry Regiment prepared for virtual battle.
At the Combined Arms and Tactical Training Center (CATTC) in Fort Knox, Ky., the troops prepared to enter SIMNET - a virtual war delivered via...
Kandahar trip kept hush-hush
orces swear guests to secrecy
OTTAWA -- Canadian Olympians and members of the business elite invited to join the military's top soldier on a trip to war-torn Kandahar have been sworn to secrecy about the timing and details of their tour.
And an Ottawa engineering...
I'm trying to reach Gina Ryan who is a former musician and is now living in the Toronto area and (I believe) working as a music teacher at a private school. (possibly near Avenue road and Eglinton/Lawrence area)
If anyone has any information could they either bring it forward or let Gina know...
Subject: Worth your time.....
>This was the murders in London, Ontario, last week. This is written by a
>I want to tell you a story about last Sunday night. Please read this, then
>go tell your family how much you love them...
>At 2:26am, Monday morning, I was on...
Governor General Adrienne Clarkson delivered the following address during Canada Day celebrations on Parliament Hill:
I'm delighted to be able to look out at all of you massed on the Hill today. You are beautiful! Happy Canada Day to you, and to everyone who is watching across the country. They...
It's Super Prime Minister
By LESLEY WRIGHT, TORONTO SUN
SPAWN AND Spider-Man had better watch their backs. This Canada Day, Sir John A. Macdonald will smite them with one swoosh of his super spectacles and history books.
Niagara Taser death
BREAK-IN SUSPECT DIES SHORTLY AFTER BEING SHOT BY STUN GUN
By JONATHAN JENKINS, TORONTO SUN
ONLY A few days after Niagara police front-line supervisors were issued Tasers, a man died yesterday shortly...
USED TO SLAY D'ARCY MCGEE
Museum gets $105Gs gun
A revolver used to assassinate one of the Fathers of Confederation -- Thomas D'Arcy McGee -- fetched $105,000 at a Hamilton auction yesterday.
The .32-calibre Smith and Wesson used by Irish militant James Patrick Whelan to kill McGee on April...
Former employee of Passport Canada - Scarborough Office sentenced for Dealing with Blank Canadian Passports and Breach of Trust
(April 18th 2005 - Toronto, Ontario) Toula BLANAS, age 27, a former employee of Passport Canada was sentenced on April 15th for her role in the theft of 246 blank...