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'Sexomnia dad' verdict scheduled for November

A rare ‘sexomnia’ case in which an Ottawa father claims he sexually assaulted his young daughter while he was asleep will finally end in November after almost four years in the court system. 233 more words

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Funeral today for 6-year-old girl killed in crash at London, Ont., Costco

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LONDON, Ont. — A joint funeral is to be held today for a six-year-old girl killed in a car crash at a London, Ont., Costco and a baby her mother delivered by emergency C-section after the collision. 78 more words

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Ottawa hockey player convicted of assault challenges lawsuit claims

A recreational hockey player who was convicted of aggravated assault after an on-ice collision has challenged his victim’s injuries as part of a statement of defence filed to a $600,000 lawsuit. 500 more words

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Canadian woman's hopes rest with U.S. jury in sister's 1979 murder

Nearly 35 years after a Canadian nurse was savagely murdered in her California apartment, the unrelenting efforts of her grieving sister — a Toronto-area woman who refused to let U.S. 1,147 more words

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Ottawa court hears two radically different accounts of shooting

An angry squabble between two partners in crime led one to implicate the other in a two-year-old unsolved shooting, an Ottawa court was told Tuesday. 611 more words

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Woman, 65, charged in deadly crash at London, Ont., Costco that killed girl, 6

LONDON, Ont. — Charges have been laid in connection with a car crash at a London, Ont., Costco store that killed a young girl and injured her sister and their pregnant mother, whose baby later died. 166 more words

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Accurso's Supreme disappointment

Our guest today has described Quebec business tycoon Tony Accurso as the Charbonneau inquiry’s most reluctant witness and there is some truth to that description. For the past year Accurso has used every legal means at his disposal to not be called as witness before the commission, which is investigating allegations of corruption in Quebec’s construction industry. 158 more words

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