Monthly Archives: November 2013

Hero fish and wildlife officers awarded bravery medals

Quick-thinking officers save the lives of two fishermen A pair of courageous fish and wildlife officers have been recognized for saving the lives of two fishermen. Officers Kerry Rudneski and Paul Johnson, both based in Lac La Biche, were recently … Continue reading

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Helping victims heal, and holding offenders accountable

Restorative Justice Week helps strengthen Alberta’s communities Restorative justice is an old practice with a modern name. It is a process that has its roots in Aboriginal teachings and dispute resolution techniques used by faith communities – and it is … Continue reading

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Helping victims of crime using the proceeds of crime

Fast cars, bundles of cash and drug houses are just some of the things Alberta’s Civil Forfeiture Office (CFO) has seized from criminals. And this week, the GoA will take proposals from community organizations on how to use these proceeds … Continue reading

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Statement on appointment of new Queen’s Bench Justices

Statement from Jonathan Denis, Minister of Justice and Solicitor General, on the announcement of four new replacement judges for Alberta’s Court of Queen’s Bench: “I want to thank the federal government and Minister MacKay for appointing four replacement judges to … Continue reading

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“I wish to congratulate Marianne Ryan…

“I wish to congratulate Marianne Ryan on her appointment as the Commanding Officer for the RCMP in Alberta, and look forward to continuing the excellent working relationship with the RCMP in support of safe communities. I also thank retiring Deputy … Continue reading

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