If you’ve paid any attention to local matters lately, you’ve no doubt read the scandalous news about our dear city: according to Statistics Canada, Saskatoon is now the most dangerous city in the country.
Kim Rossmo studied criminology at the U of S.[/caption]Kim Rossmo was working as a detective for the Vancouver police in the 1990s when he noticed that the number of reported missing women in the city’s Downtown Eastside had skyrocketed in just a few years.
Benjamin Cox had a successful life. Working as a nurse in Inuvik in the Northwest Territories, Cox had a steady job, and was well respected by his colleagues, his patients and numerous members of the tightly knit community. However, before long, the St. Francis Xavier graduate would become the centre of a scandal that would
As it turns out, the dramatic crime scene investigations you see on TV are bullshit. Forensic entomologist Gail Anderson recently stopped by the University of Regina to give a lecture about how studying insects can land you a job like Gil Grissom’s and Ice-T’s, or whoever the new guy is on CSI.
I have lived in multiple cities before and Saskatoon is probably in the worst condition. Now before you bitch at the foreigner who isn’t even from this province, please let me explain. Put away the torches and pitchforks. Go to the City of Saskatoon’s “Quick Facts” page online and what do you see? Pictures of the
It is usually easier to find a spot for a bicycle on campus than it is to park a car, but cyclists face the constant worry that their vehicle won't be waiting for them at the end of the day.
It's rare that people can tap into the artistic dimensions of a prison inmate's mind. A publication from the Saskatoon Provincial Correctional Centre is altering this reality.