Jukasa News Update – Friday, March 8, 2019
Police announced three new arrests in the murder deaths of Melissa Miller, Alan Porter and Micheal Jamieson.
Police say three Six Nations residents; Nicholas Shipman, Thomas Bomberry and Jaime Beaver are all facing second degree murder charges in the triple homicide.
The victims were discovered in a privately owned field near an abandoned pick up truck outside Oneida Nation of the Thames on November 4.
Police say the investigation is ongoing and are still reaching out to the public for any information that could assist them.
Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corporation has received a prestigious national award.
The Dev Corp was named one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies for 2019.
It’s one of 47 companies across Canada that is being acknowledged.
President and CEO Matt Jamieson shared the news to over 100 of the Dev Corps employees gathered for a staff appreciation breakfast during the announcement.
The national award is given yearly by Deloitte and is Canada’s leading business award.
Other winners of the national award include STEMCELL Technologies, Mint Pharmaceuticals, Mary Brown’s and Canada Drives.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is in Iqualuit today giving a historic apology to the Inuit people.
The apology has been in the works for two years, to address the federal governments mistreatment of Inuit patients of tuberculosis from the 1940s through to the 1960s.
Patients were routinely medically evacuated south for treatment and died.
Governement officials then buried the patients there rather than returning them to their families.
Advocates are calling for restitution to help Inuit families locate the graves of those loved still missing.
A 29-year-old man from Waterloo faces 70 charges in an expansive child pornography investigation.
Waterloo regional police allege the man sexually assaulted three children and one adult.
The charges include sexual assault, sexual interference, making child pornography and voyeurism.
Police say the man knew all of his alleged victims and the alleged incidents occurred in Kitchener and Oxford County.
The arrest is a part of an investigation that involves nine police forces in southern Ontario and resulted in a previous 10 arrests in October.
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