Ontario Attorney General Yasir Naqvi’s proposal to eliminate preliminary inquiries in most criminal trials sounds bolder than it is. But let’s give him points for trying. 423 more words
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A Lethbridge teacher has been charged with child exploitation offences.
Wednesday morning, the Internet Child Exploitation team arrested Dwayne Schnell, 37, who teaches at French language school École La Vérendrye. 263 more words
After an investigation by Moose Jaw Police Service, charges have been brought against two men for a Feb. 5 home invasion that saw a 20-year-old man stabbed. 179 more words
The so-called Jordan ruling from the Supreme Court of Canada continues to blow up criminal cases in ever-stranger ways.
This time, in small-town Ontario. How now? 739 more words
'He looked ready for war': Warehouse employee testifies accused mass stabber had empty look on his face
Former colleagues of the lone suspect in a deadly 2014 mass stabbing in a west Edmonton warehouse painted a picture of a man who kept to himself and dressed in “military” style during a jury trial Thursday. 508 more words
'Somebody's dying here': Screaming, cursing heard in panicked 911 call played at double-fatal warehouse attack trial
Survivors of a mass stabbing at a west-end Edmonton warehouse testified Wednesday about the chaos that ensued when a worker allegedly attacked six of his colleagues. 604 more words
'He went there ... to kill everyone and anyone who got in his way': Warehouse double murder trial opens
Photographs shown in an Edmonton courtroom Tuesday depict a chaotic crime scene with the blood of six people spilled across a warehouse where a double murder took place in 2014. 372 more words