Category: In the Media

June 20, 2012
Ret. Cst. Doug Spencer interviewed by OMNI News: Punjabi Edition

This OMNI News broadcast include exclusive footage provided by The Odd Squad Productions Society of Deceased Gangster Gurmit Dhak. CLICK HERE to WATCH the OMNI News: Punjabi Edition

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June 14, 2012
VANCOUVER DAZE VOL. 73: 15TH ANNIVERSARY ODD SQUAD GALA

Volume 73 of Vancouver Is Awesome: POSTED BY RICK CHUNG 15th anniversary Odd Squad Gala at Vancouver Convention Centre West on June 7, 2012. Hashtag: #OddSquadGala. More photos available on Flickr. The Odd Squad celebrated fifteen years with their annual gala. For the unaware, TOS is a local organization started to keep troubled youth off the street and away from drugs, […]

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June 11, 2012
Drug presentation & DTES walk-about

Leave a comment 'Behind the Blue Line' » By: sandra@behindtheblueline.ca Two Friday’s ago, the Odd Squad gave their drug presentation to my daughter’s sports team to provide the girls a basic understanding about the hazards of drug use. The presentation was the same provided to high schools but was tailored to the small group, which was ideal as […]

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June 11, 2012
ODD SQUAD Experience by Brittany Schussler

by Brittany Schussler | Skating | Long Track Click here for the original 'SportCafe' post This week I was fortunate to have the eye-opening experience of taking a trip to downtown Vancouver with the ODD Squad. The Odd Squad is a group of police officers who are using their experiences in the East area of Vancouver, […]

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June 6, 2012
Olympians on east side Athletes promote healthy living, learn about issues

          BY TERRY BELL, THE PROVINCE Christine Nesbitt came to Vancouver 28 months ago and left town with a 2010 Olympic speedskating gold medal hanging around her neck. On Wednesday Nesbitt is returning to Vancouver with some of her Calgary-based teammates for a close-up look at the city’s Downtown Eastside neighbourhood. […]

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June 4, 2012
Quest for fame move gang wars from back alleys into the open

Stephanie Levitz  OTTAWA - Toronto police called the shooter who opened fire in a downtown mall Saturday "one idiot with a gun." But some gang experts argue public shootings like the one at the Eaton Centre that left one man dead and several other people wounded are part of an effort by gang leaders to […]

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June 4, 2012
National speed skating and alpine skiing athletes team-up with Vancouver’s Odd Squad

Posted by Speed Skating Canada CALGARY – Canadian team national team and Olympic athletes Jan Hudec, Canada’s leading downhill skier, and speed skaters Jamie Gregg, Cindy Klassen, Christine Nesbitt and Brittany Schussler will team-up with Vancouver’s Odd Squad Productions Society on Wednesday, June 6 for a presentation and learning experience, and attend the 2012 Odd Squad Gala Fundraiser on Thursday, June 7. The five athletes […]

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May 24, 2012
Odd Squad Productions Celebrates Its 15th Anniversary

For Immediate Release                                                                            (Vancouver, BC) –Vancouver’s Odd Squad Productions Society (OSP) celebrates a memorable 15th milestone of empowering […]

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May 24, 2012
The Harsh Reality of Drug Use in Vancouver: A Presentation by Laura, Gr. 10

Laura, Gr. 10, just completed an interactive training session with Odd Squad Productions ON TRACK peer to peer program. Laura had the chance to train with VPD officers and hear real-life stories from drug addicts on the street. On May 2, 2012 she talked to students & staff about the realities of drug use in […]

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