A man who wore pink tights, a lace shirt, a feather boa and a ball-and-chain during his bachelor party has been ordered by a B.C. judge to pay more than half a million dollars in damages after pushing another man who teased him. 544 more words
Tags » Crime And Law
For two years from inside a Canadian prison, Carmelo Bruzzese denied being a Mafia boss from Italy who was a link between powerful criminal clans in both countries, but his appeals ended Friday with an unappreciated flight to Rome where Italian police were waiting to arrest him. 804 more words
When I was six, each weekday, I walked along Winnipeg’s busy Portage Avenue to school. At age eight, I sometimes looked after my two younger brothers for a couple hours while my mom worked with my dad. 630 more words
Fort McMurray — The mayor of Alberta’s oilpatch capital says she wishes Edmonton’s mayor and police chief would stop blaming her area for the city’s rising crime rates. 237 more words
David Milgaard doesn’t like to stand at a podium.
“I hope you won’t mind if I don’t use the microphone,” he tells a small crowd gathered Friday morning in a Mount Royal University theatre. 809 more words
Sometimes, all it takes is a phone call.
October is Child Abuse Prevention Month across the province, and Tina Gatt, Manager of Community Development, Prevention and Volunteer Services at the Windsor-Essex Children’s Aid Society (WECAS), urges the community to play their part in preventing child abuse. 467 more words