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Nellie Angutiguluk, Inuk woman killed in Montreal, remembered as kind, generous soul

From the outset, Nellie Angutiguluk’s death didn’t seem to make sense.

The 29-year-old had struggled with addiction and she’d lived in chronic poverty for years but when police found her body in a Côte des Neiges apartment on May 18, it came as a shock to the people who knew her. 724 more words

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Sexual assault charges laid in June attack

Police have arrested a man accused of attacking a woman and sexually assaulting her in the brush near train tracks east of Drouillard Road.

Shawn Henderson, 31, has been charged with assault and sexual assault. 122 more words

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Letter: Media role cited in mass killings

Re: “Eerie tour of U.S. slavery preceded cruel intentions” (Montreal Gazette, July 3)

I don’t know what may have motivated the slaughter innocent people in Charleston who were only interested in practicing their religion in peace that night. 84 more words

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The names behind the unpaid ASC fines

The Alberta Securities Commission often imposes fines — what it calls administrative penalties — on companies and individuals who break provincial laws. It also orders them to pay hearing costs and imposes other orders including handing over ill-gotten gains from illegal practices such as insider trading. 585 more words

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ASC shaming list names 135 respondents who haven't paid their fines

Violators of Alberta securities laws who don’t pay their fines will find themselves named (and possibly shamed) on a list of unpaid orders on the Alberta Securities Commission website from now on, the regulator said Thursday. 413 more words

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Omar Khadr's lawyers doubt Canadian court will uphold $134.2M judgement in lawsuit by U.S. soldiers

It’s far from certain a Canadian court will uphold a $134-million US civil judgment against Omar Khadr, a former Guantanamo detainee now out on bail, his Toronto lawyers say. 545 more words

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'Until then, for me, the file is not closed': Crown prosecutor in Arthur Porter fraud case wants proof he's dead

MONTREAL — Crown officials in Quebec are seeking official documents and corroborative evidence that Arthur Porter, accused of fraud in Montreal’s $1.3-billion megahospital project, is really dead. 387 more words

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