Outlaw motorcycle gangs on P.E.I. subject of Premier’s address

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A session on the topic of motorcycle gangs hosted by Premier Wade MacLauchlan will be held today at the Centre for Applied Science and Technology on the campus of Holland College, getting underway at 10 a.m.

 

The Guardian will have live coverage of the session on its website at www.theguardian.pe.ca. The Guardian’s Teresa Wright will also be live tweeting the event. Follow Teresa at Twitter.com/ GuardianTeresa using the hashtag #PEIOMG, which is the acronym police using for Outlaw Motorcycle Gang.

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Members of the Darksiders North Shore club in Dartmouth, N.S. head to the gathering of bike gangs in Charlottetown Saturday night. The gathering was held at 205 Fitztoy Street in a building that was once a skate sharpening business and coin laundry. Police said gang members from across Canada attended the event that was watched by RCMP and Charlottetown Police Services.

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