Tears apparently shed by a judge while convicting a Calgary woman of first-degree murder in the starvation-related death of her son, could come back to haunt her. 596 more words
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Former Woodstock nurse charged with eight first-degree murders of patients fired for medication errors
The former Woodstock nurse charged with eight counts of first-degree murder of long-term care patients suspected to have died of drug overdoses was fired from a Woodstock nursing home “for failing to follow insulin protocol.” 308 more words
Killing a woman he was supposed to be a “sober friend” to while highly intoxicated has landed a Calgary man a 12-year prison sentence.
Provincial court Judge Harry Van Harten on Wednesday said that despite Leo Harry Pantherbone’s tragic upbringing, a stiff sentence was warranted to protect society. 471 more words
A 24-year-old man almost didn’t get in to the bar where he encountered the person alleged to have caused his death hours later, court heard Wednesday. 452 more words
Police have launched a criminal investigation after they were called to a Nisku business Wednesday to investigate a suspicious package containing an unknown substance.
A corresponding note said the contents were toxic, police said. 126 more words
A jailhouse dispute involving a laundry cart ended with one inmate nursing a broken jaw and another facing more time behind bars.
A contrite Gordon M. 444 more words
EDMONTON — A small-time drug trafficker has been handed a lighter sentence after the judge ruled the man was forced to undergo a humiliating and degrading strip search by RCMP. 405 more words