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• Possible links between school bomb threats across Canada: Mounties are probing possible links between three bomb threats that forced evacuations at schools in British Columbia, Ontario and New Brunswick on Thursday morning. RCMP spokesman Cpl. Jamie Chung confirmed investigators are looking into social media posts that appear to connect disruptions at Gleneagle Secondary School in Coquitlam, B.C., Milliken Mills High School in Markham, Ont., and Simonds High School in St. John, N.B. Cheung would not confirm which postings are being investigated, but CTV News has identified a notorious Internet hacker who referenced all three threats on his Twitter feed Thursday. The hacker, whom CTV News has chosen not to identify, has been accused in the past of “swatting,” a hoax that involves summoning police emergency teams to different locations with phoney calls. On Thursday, the hacker also sent ominous tweets including “RIP Milliken Mills High School,” “sucks to be canadian today LOL,” and finally, “I think I’ve broken enough federal laws tonight goodnight.”