It’s not too little, but it may be too late.
Michael Platt, Calgary Sun
Calgary native Michael Platt is the child of first generation British immigrants. An avid motorcyclist and semi-professional bass player he is a vintage bicycle collector, frustrated artist and voice of the people as the Page 7 columnist of the Calgary Sun.
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By the book, sure -- but it's a book that allows police to beat a non-violent, unco-operative suspect into submission.
Diamond Marshall, the flower-toting girl who charmed Prince William and Kate on their visit to Calgary in 2011, has lost her long battle with cancer.
For someone said to be posing as a deadly Canadian military sniper and allegedly lying about serving with Task Force 3-09 in Afghanistan as an elite member of the Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry, Mike ter Kuile is the worst possible adversary.
He’s being called a hero for shooting a rampaging gunman dead on Parliament Hill — and it may mark the first time Sergeant-at-Arms Kevin Vickers has ever fired a gun in the line of duty.
In the worst mass killing in Calgary’s history, five young adults were stabbed to death during a Brentwood house party.
Morality, it appears, stops at the 49th parallel.