Slumped over the interview table, it looked like Rachelle Denis was asleep when the police detective walked in and started asking her to come clean. 527 more words
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Montreal’s first homicide of 2015 comes as the result of a 2010 shooting.
Hélène Leduc, an employee at an SAQ store in Baie d’Urfé at the time, was paralyzed after suffering at least one bullet wound to the upper body. 151 more words
A mother accused of strangling her teenage daughter is to face a new trial.
The Alberta Court of Appeal has overturned an October 2013 ruling that found that Aset Magomadova, was too ill from cancer to face another second-degree murder trial. 129 more words
It was one of the happiest days of her life. After working hard and waiting patiently for years, Marlene Punongbayan was finally getting her Canadian permanent residency status. 673 more words
If you’d asked Evan Schielke a few years ago if he was the neighbourly type, he might have answered with a shrug of the shoulders. 743 more words
A pair of teen boys will remain in custody until their trial for the robbery and fatal stabbing of a 45-year-old man outside Marlborough Mall last June. 210 more words
Hello and welcome to The Story So Far for Tuesday, Jan. 20.
Click on the audio player below to hear the rundown on some of the stories we’re following for you today. 32 more words