safety

Blame it on the alcohol?

  A large majority, if not all, of university students remember their Orientation Week. The promising events that take place for first-year students during the first week of university are of great importance and have lasting effects for years to […]

20-year old woman not assaulted

Last Friday, news spread of a young woman sexually assaulted early in the day before dawn. The Brantford Police Service has now confirmed an assault did not take place. The Major Crime Unit underwent an intensive investigation to conclude there […]

Halloween safety

A gentle breeze rustles as the sun sets; creatures begin lurking in the dark under a pale moonlight. Not a single light can be seen, with the exception of a few flickering jack-o-lanterns. That’s when everyone knows it’s that time […]

Laurier hosts Fire Safety Week

It’s Fire Prevention Week, and this year’s fire safety campaign aims to get students spreading the word about preventing kitchen fires. “Kitchen fires often occur due to someone leaving the kitchen for only a few minutes,” said Philip Teskey, Laurier’s […]

Ontario to expand police access to Tasers

The government of Ontario has announced that it will allow more frontline officers to carry conducted energy weapons (CEWs), more commonly known as Tasers. This decision comes after years of incident reviews with specific regard to the usefulness of CEWs in policing […]