The Carillon - ONLINE EDITION
By: Grant Burr
Posted: 03/1/2018 8:15 AM
A Niverville Collegiate student who posted an image of a gun on Instagram, along with a threatening message towards his school, will not face criminal charges for his actions.
A RCMP spokesperson told The Carillon that no charges will be laid in the matter and the investigation has been closed.
The student's online post sparked alarm and frustration last Wednesday, as parents worried about the safety of their children at the school.
Hanover School Division has said it will be updating its communications procedures to ensure parents receive more timely information in the future, should a similar incident occur.
Superintendent Randy Dueck told parents at a meeting last Thursday that no decision would be made on whether the youth will return to the school until after a risk assessment is completed and HSD trustees review the matter.
Trustees in Seine River School Division have passed their 2018-2019 budget, laying to rest the option of drawing on a $1.8 million divisional surplus to decrease their request of ratepayers.
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A Dufresne-area man was taken into custody on Thursday morning after police, including the RCMP’s emergency response team, responded to an incident at a property near the Trans-Canada Highway and Provincial Road 207.
Around 1:45 a.m., a 32-year-old female phoned police ...
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