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Teenager survives stabbing at Herongate Mall


According to the Ottawa Citizen, A teenage male was stabbed at Herongate Mall last Thursday.

At 7:40 p.m. at Food Basics, police found the teenager on the ground injured badly. He was then taken to the Ottawa Hospital.


According to CBC News, street gang members killed each other on Winnipeg’s Main Street.

Anthony Brian Cromastey and Rodney Albert Kirton opened fire on each other on Wednesday at Johnny G’s, the popular restaurant in downtown Winnipeg. The shooting happened around 1:30 in the morning.


According to Global News, United States and Australian police officers where shocked to discover the largest amount of meth they have ever discovered had been transferred by six people.

Three thousand, eight hundred pounds of meth, along with smaller amounts of cocaine and heroin, were discovered in mid January at L.A-Long Beach port complex by Border Protection.

Contained in metal boxes labelled as loudspeakers, Australian authorities say that the amount of meth would have been enough to make about $17 million worth of a substance known as “ice” and it was the largest drug intercept they’ve ever seen.


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