Monthly Archives: January 2018

Some Cambridge residents suggest Monteiro, Mann step down after being named in police suit

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January 26, 2018

NewsJan 25, 2018by Liz Monteiro Waterloo Region Record WATERLOO REGION — Some Cambridge residents are asking that councillors Frank Monteiro and Mike Mann step down because both retired officers are part of allegations in a pending class-action lawsuit. In a Facebook group called ‘Cambridge Citizen Discussion on local politics,’ some residents say the two men […]


Letter to Larkin is right on the money

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January 22, 2018

Opinion Jan 20, 2018by Luisa D’Amato Waterloo Region Record   Waterloo Regional Police Chief Bryan Larkin. – Mathew McCarthy,Record staff If I were Chief Bryan Larkin, I might be looking for another lawyer for the Waterloo Regional Police Service. Local police are going through their own “Me Too” moment, with six current and former officers […]


WATERLOO REGIONAL POLICE SERVICE – THEIR MORAL AUTHORITY IS GONE

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January 21, 2018

HOLLYWOOD NORTH? This will be an unusual posting in that it is not about the environment in general nor is it about politics in Woolwich Township directly affecting the local environment. It is about the utter failure in leadership and decency within our police service. It is about more than the treatment of women by […]


Kelly Donovan’s Book on Canadian Policing

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January 19, 2018

Kelly Donovan, Author Want to know the current climate in Canadian police services? Kelly’s book details her experiences and research into abuses of power that have occurred within police services for years.  The book cites actual cases referenced throughout and provides the reader with an overview of current legislation.  It truly is the Canadian policing […]


AFFIDAVITS OF PLAINTIFFS IN THE LAWSUIT AGAINST THE POLICE DEPT. (some city Councillors are mentioned)

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January 18, 2018

THIS IS A COPY OF AN EMAIL I RECEIVED EARLIER TONIGHT.. Website: WATERLOO WOMEN POLICE CLASS ACTION http://waterloowomenpolice.com/  *** BELOW IS A PUBLIC LINK TO THE SWORN MOTION OF RECORD OF THE PLAINTIFFS http://waterloowomenpolice.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/Responding-Motion-Record-of-the-Plaintiffs-Dec-19-2017-SWORN.pdf ********************** Mann, Monteiro and Larkin are mentioned in other places as well in the affidavits. ******* INCLUDED HERE ARE SOME EXCERPTS […]


Paper ballots protect against hacks, but other election cyberthreats loom

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January 13, 2018

Joan Bryden, The Canadian Press Published Saturday, January 13, 2018 7:31AM EST OTTAWA — As the potential for cyberattacks to undermine the democratic process becomes alarmingly clear, Canadians can take some comfort in the fact that national elections in this country are still conducted the old-fashioned way. Canada is not immune to cybermischief aimed at […]


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