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Saskatoon Man Goes Missing During Trip to the Battlefords PDF Print E-mail
Written by David Smith   
Tuesday, 24 March 2015 12:48

RCMP would like to hear from anyone with information on a missing 43-year-old man.

Police say Blayne Redcalf of Saskatoon took the bus to North Battleford and was seen there last Thursday afternoon.

Redcalf could still be in North Battleford, or may have travelled back to Saskatoon.

He is Aboriginal, 5'4" tall, weighs 210 lbs. and has short black hair.

When last seen he was wearing a blue Oilers cap, black sweats, an orange and red long-sleeved shirt and a black jacket.

Anyone with information about Redcalf's whereabouts is asked to contact Battlefords RCMP.

Muskoday Man Charged in Relation to Death of 11-Year-Old Pleads Not Guilty PDF Print E-mail
Written by Joel Willick   
Monday, 23 March 2015 16:24

A Muskoday First Nation man charged with impaired driving causing the death of an 11-year-old boy has pleaded not guilty.

Fifty-one-year-old Gordon Morris Crain is facing six charges relating to the incident in July.

The victim had been riding his bicycle on Highway 3 near the Muskoday Bridge when he was struck and later died in hospital.

Crain’s legal counsel entered the not guilty plea to all charges against him Monday afternoon in a Prince Albert courtroom.

Crain’s counsel also announced his intention to seek a trial by judge alone.

A two-day preliminary hearing is scheduled to take place beginning on August 24 in Prince Albert.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 24 March 2015 12:48
Monica Burns' Family Organizes Walk in Her Memory PDF Print E-mail
Written by Joel Willick   
Monday, 23 March 2015 16:21

Monica Burns’ body was found murdered northwest of Prince Albert earlier this year.

On Monday afternoon, her family and friends took to the streets to honour their deceased loved one.

Over 50 people joined Monica’s family in a walk to honour her memory as well as the memory of all missing and murdered Indigenous women.

Signs of ‘Justice for Monica’ and ‘Am I Next’ filled the gathering of concerned citizens.

Monica’s family says they organized the walk to give Monica a voice.

“She’s not here and we want to make sure justice is heard because she can’t speak for herself now,” said Kavia Burns, Monica’s step mom.  “We just want to let the public know she was loved…she was a daughter, a sister, an aunt and we loved her…she was a person.”

“We want to make sure justice is given for Monica because she can’t speak for herself,” Echoed Sara Carriere-Burns, Monica’s sister.

The congregation began their walk at Prince Albert City Hall and walked up the hill to the Court of Queen's Bench where Todd McKeaveny, the accused in Monica's murder, is scheduled for a bail hearing Tuesday afternoon.



Last Updated on Monday, 23 March 2015 16:24
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