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Moise could be at turning point, says psychiatrist

At 39 years of age, Mitchell William Moise has accumulated a criminal record replete with violence and weapons offences.

But, according to a forensic psychiatrist who has been evaluating Moise periodically since 2009, he might well have reached a turning point. 545 more words

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Ottawa academic Hassan Diab still in legal limbo in Paris prison

As he approaches the beginning of his fourth year in a maximum-security Paris prison, former Ottawa professor Hassan Diab remains in legal limbo more than two months after a judge closed his investigation into the case. 791 more words

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No jail time for impaired driver after pedestrian killed

A young man who had been drinking before his car struck and killed a pedestrian in Leamington has lost his licence for one year and must pay a $2,000 fine. 753 more words

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Suspect in N.W. Calgary random stabbing sent for psychiatric assessment

The suspect in the random stabbing of a city woman and her son has been sent for a psychiatric assessment.

Defence lawyer Nyall DaBreo on Monday asked that his client be sent for a 30-day assessment to determine his mental fitness. 213 more words

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Vandalism leaves four vehicles damaged in Lumsden

Lumsden RCMP is turning to the public for help in identifying who is behind a costly vandalism incident in the community.

According to the RCMP, three vehicles and a skid steer were damaged, including smashed windows, scratches and spray-painted graffiti. 67 more words

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Adam Picard, once freed for trial delay, denied bail on first-degree murder charge

An accused killer once freed because of a lengthy delay in his proceedings has been denied bail.

Superior Court Justice Catherine Aitken denied Adam Picard’s bid to be released from custody while he awaits his April 2018 murder trial. 236 more words

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Man who randomly stabbed woman in N.D.G. awaiting sentencing hearing

A man who randomly stabbed a young woman in the neck last year in Notre-Dame-de-Grace has blamed the attack on drug abuse and an argument he had with his father. 440 more words

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