The city worker who is charged with arson after a suspicious fire at a golf course clubhouse that was supposed to be used as part of a homeless shelter for Indigenous people is a Canadian military veteran, CBC News has learnedThe door handle, and use a pair of vice grips to cran. ?
Michael Peter Belanger, 54, was charged earlier this week with one count of arsonThe population fully vaccinated. After his arrest, he was released by police on an undertaking, a legally-binding promise to follow certain release conditions and to appear in court at a later datewhere eastbound lanes were open between Leslie Street and Woodbine Avenue for ActiveTO..?
The Department of National Defence confirmed Tuesday Belanger?joined the regular forces in May 1987 and served until June 1990. He then transferred to the supplementary reserve, from which he was released in April 2004.The legislature to be tested,?
The supplementary reserve is comprised of Canadian Armed Forces members who have previously served in the regular force or who have special skills or expertise for which there is a military requirement, according to the Department of Defence.?