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Mohawk College is fully accredited and funded by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities and is a member of the Association of Community Colleges of Canada (ACCC). What's happening at Mohawk ?
Another person charged in protest outside People's Party September event in Hamilton . A speaking event in September featuring People's Party of Canada Leader Maxime Bernier saw protesters gather outside Mohawk College .
An additional arrest has been made in connection to a protest that turned violent at Mohawk College in late September.
Hamilton police say they've charged 27-year-old Michael Lickers of Hamilton with assault level one and intimidation, as a result of their ongoing investigation into the Sept. 29 incident.
Belleville police searching for man seen with handgun, machete
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Police attempted to keep protesters and counter- protesters separated as attendees made their way into Mohawk College in Hamilton for a fundraising event for the People's Party of Canada. Violent clashes break out at Maxime Bernier event in Hamilton . Police attempted to keep protesters and
Police in Hamilton have laid more charges and made an additional arrest in connection with a protest outside an event featuring People’s Party of Canada Leader Maxime Bernier They have said about 100 protesters were outside the building at Mohawk College that night as people entered the venue.
Lickers has been released on a promise to appear in court on Tuesday, Dec. 24.
Police say additional charges have also been laid against 27-year-old Alaa Al Soufi of Toronto following a review of further video evidence.
He had initially been arrested in late October and now faces charges of assault level one, theft under $5,000, intimidation and disguise with intent.
A protest outside an event by People’s Party of Canada Leader Maxime Bernier took a violent turn on the evening of Sept. 29, when demonstrators clashed with supporters and attendees and at least two people were led away in handcuffs.
A total of five people are now facing charges in connection with the violence.
Complaint filed in relation to Quinpool Road arrest that went viral on social media .
Complaint filed in relation to Quinpool Road arrest that went viral on social mediaThe arrest was caught on camera and it showed a conducted energy weapon being deployed on a man as officers attempted to arrest him.