Surrey: Estranged husband arrested in fatal stabbing of Ravinder Bhangu

Husband arrested in connection with wife’s fatal stabbing in Surrey

By Andrea Woo and Medha with Matthew Robinson, Vancouver Sun July 29, 2011

Police Sgt. Jennifer Pound speaks to the media outside the office where a female employee was stabbed in Surrey on Thursday July 28, 2011.

Photograph by: Les Bazso, PNG •

The husband of a woman slain in a Surrey newspaper office Thursday is to appear in court today in connection with her death. RCMP did not release the 26-year-old man’s name, but confirmed he was the husband of the victim, Ravinder Bhangu, whom he married in 2009.

“Flah robs” new trend in crime

“Flash robs” threatening Ottawa businesses

Updated: Mon Aug. 01 2011 5:38:29 PM

Ottawa businesses are now being threatened by a new trend in crime that has moved up from the United States. So-called “flash robs” involve crowds of young people rushing into a store and grabbing goods with no attention paid to cameras or cashiers. Two such incidents have happened in Ottawa in past weeks, including a mob of more than 40 who trashed and grabbed their way through a west Ottawa convenience store in July. “What can we do?” asked cashier Elias Dxafaii.

Ottawa: Black male suspect wanted for robbing a TD Canada Trust bank in the Alta Vista area

Police ask for help identifying bank robber Police have released this surveillance image of a man wanted for robbing a TD Canada Trust bank on Kilborn Avenue, Friday, July 8, 2011. 

Ottawa police surround a home on Aster Street as they search for a suspect in a bank robbery in the Alta Vista area, Friday, July 8, 2011.

Updated: Wed Jul. 27 2011 3:51:39 PM

Ottawa police are looking for a male suspect wanted for robbing a TD Canada Trust bank in the Alta Vista area earlier this month. Police surrounded a home on a nearby street after a bank on Kilborn Avenue was robbed late in the morning on July 8. A lone man apparently passed a note to the teller, demanding cash. He was last seen fleeing west on Kilborn Avenue with an undisclosed amount of money. Although police surrounded a home in the area, the suspect was not there. Police released a surveillance photo of the suspect on Wednesday. He is described as a black male between 19 and 25 years old. He is about six feet tall with a slim build. He was wearing a white T-shirt over a grey sweat shirt at the time of the robbery, along with a New York Yankees baseball cap. Anyone with information about the suspect is asked to contact Ottawa police at 613-236-1222, ext. 5116 or Crime stoppers at 613-233-8477 (TIPS).

Organizers of Windsor’s Emancipation Festival would like to see all of Canada adopt Aug. 1 as Emancipation Day


Photograph of a reproduction of the Emancipation Proclamation, 1864

Black history worthy of national holiday: group
CBC News
Posted: Aug 2, 2011 12:50 PM ET Last Updated: Aug 2, 2011 1:39 PM ET

Organizers of Windsor’s Emancipation Festival would like to see all of Canada adopt Aug. 1 as Emancipation Day.

The wrath caused by Blood & Honour Canada poster campaign confirms that facts are “racist”


The alleged "racist" poster

club 28 canada immigration flyer.1Racist posters part of larger campaign, activist says
CBC News
Posted: Aug 2, 2011 4:50 PM MT Last Updated: Aug 2, 2011 5:00 PM MT

An anti-racist activist says a poster campaign by white supremacists in Calgary and Edmonton is part of a larger effort.

The group Blood and Honour Canada is encouraging members and sympathizers to download posters from its website with an anti-immigration message.

Suspected war criminal Arshad Muhammad came to Canada from Pakistan in 1999 with fake Italian passport

Lawyer for war crimes suspect gets ban on terrorist group’s name
Kevin Connor, QMI Agency

First posted: Tuesday, August 2, 2011 9:56:08 EDT PM

Arshad Muhammad, named on a Canada-wide warrant for removal because he is inadmissible to Canada. It’s alleged he violated human or international rights under the Crimes Against Humanity and War Crimes Act or under international law. (Supplied photo)

TORONTO – A lawyer for a suspected war criminal in Canada illegally has convinced a Immigration and Refugee Board detention review hearing to put a publication ban on the terrorist group with which his client was involved.

Policy analyst’s delusional suggestion: Immigration system is failing, numbers must be quadrupled to 1 million per year

A citizenship ceremony takes place in Saskatoon, Sask. in 2009.

Steve Lafleur: Only more immigrants can save Canada’s economy
Gord Waldne/Postmedia News
National Post
Aug 1, 2011 – 8:00 AM ET | Last Updated: Jul 29, 2011 4:06 PM ET

In his immigration policy remarks on July 19, Minister Jason Kenney acknowledged that Canada would need roughly one million immigrants per year in order to maintain the ratio of working age citizens to retirees. Citing a lack of resources for integrating new Canadians, and a concern that accelerating immigration levels too rapidly could lead to a nativist backlash, he said that it won’t happen.

Toronto: Elbert Crafton Edwards wanted for aggravated sexual assault

Arrest warrant issued in sex attack



Elbert Crafton Edwards

Elbert Crafton Edwards is wanted for aggravated sexual assault. (Toronto Police handout)

Elbert Crafton Edwards, 49, of Toronto, is wanted for aggravated sexual assault following the Friday night incident.

Toronto Police said the victim met the suspect in the downtown area and they went to a Warden Ave.-Danforth Rd. home.

It was at that home the suspect allegedly sexually assaulted the victim, police said.