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Sexual Assault Charges Dropped by Women Who Fought to Wear Niqab amid Trial

The Crown lawyer in a unique case comprising of a woman who fought a seperate case to wear a niqab while testifying has confirmed to have dropped her sexual assault case after receiving “additional material.” The case was filed by a Toronto woman, whose identity has to be kept a secret due to

Balfour Collegiate Removes 'Redmen' Nickname

The Balfour Collegiate Redmen has announced to have changed their name and hence will be playing with a different name this September. Regina Public Schools spokesman, Terry Lazarou, confirmed that a review was held this spring, which included members of the school community including its Elders

Today, the Ottawa Police Service Internet Child Exploitation Unit (ICE) has laid additional charges against Brendan David Clark, 31 years old, of Ottawa in relation to Child Luring following the ongoing investigation into his online activities. 

He was charged with:

- Luring a Child

Senate Refuses to Reveal Details into Duffy’s Scandalous Expense Claims

Despite countless promises by the Senate to be more open and transparent in light of several ongoing spending scandals which have resulted in criminal charges against three of its own, The Upper Chamber is showing restraint. According to the documents filed in court on Monday, the RCMP presented

Canada Deports Ancaster Human Traffickers to Hungary

Canada has announced to have deported almost 20 convicted criminals in perhaps the largest human trafficking bust in the country, while also taking an unusual step of releasing nine of their names. The news about the deportation was revealed by Public Safety Minister, Steven Blaney, who announced

International Inuit Conference Focuses on Changing Arctic

Hundreds of Inuit from across the circumpolar world are convening in the Northwest Territories this week to discuss a wide variety of agenda focused on a unified approach on everything from wildlife management to economic development. The president of the Inuit Circumpolar Council, Duane

Court Orders Physic Evaluation of Brentwood Slayings Suspect

A provincial court has announced that the suspect charged with five counts of first-degree murder in the April stabbing deaths of five university students, 22-year-old Matthew de Grood, will be evaluated to determine whether he can be found criminally responsible if convicted. De Grood was present

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