Grande Prairie RCMP release sketch of man who grabbed woman; seeking public help

first_img35-40 years old dark to medium complexion GRANDE PRAIRIE, A.B. – Grande Prairie RCMP are still seeking the public’s help in identifying a man who grabbed a woman in early July.On July 5th, 2016 a woman was grabbed by an unknown man while running alone on a city pathway. The man fled on foot and hasn’t been found.The suspect was described as: – Advertisement -Grande Prairie RCMP are now releasing a composite sketch of the man and continue to seek public assistance in identifying him.Anyone who may have information that might assist in these investigations is asked to contact Grande Prairie RCMP at403.830.5701 or if you want to remain anonymous, you can contact Crime Stoppers by phone at 1-800-222-8477.center_img short brown hair wearing a black shirt and black pantslast_img

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New Brunswick government loosens requirement for bilingual paramedics

first_imgThe Canadian Press FREDERICTON — New Brunswick’s minority Tory government is eliminating the requirement for bilingual paramedics in some primarily unilingual areas of the province.The change is being made despite a judicial review of language requirements for ambulances, slated to begin next month.Health Minister Ted Flemming says ambulances should not be sitting idle just because fully bilingual paramedics can’t be found.People’s Alliance Leader Kris Austin had been opposed to the review but says he’s agreed to support it, in exchange for the hiring of more full-time paramedics.A court ruling last year said bilingual paramedic services must be provided, but a labour adjudicator said there may be ways to lessen the language requirements.Flemming says the court ruling holds no weight because it was simply a consent order signed by two lawyers.last_img read more

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