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Manitoba service dog comforts child victims in court

WINNIPEG — She’s the newest employee in the Manitoba Justice department and deals with some of the most sensitive cases.

However, it’s not who you may expect. 480 more words


Edmonton courthouse disrupted by downtown watermain break

The courthouse in downtown Edmonton was closed for about an hour Thursday morning due to a watermain break.

The Alberta Justice & Solicitor General tweeted just after 9 a.m. 93 more words


'I hope that he feels remorse': Bret McCann awaits Travis Vader verdict

Bret and Mary-Ann McCann have been married for 40 years, raised two children and are proud grandparents, but they have another major milestone ahead.

This one has caused many sleepless nights. 766 more words


Maurice Blackburn still retaining bushfire victims payments takes on Queensland flood victims class action

A trial date has been set for a class action by thousands of victims of southeast Queensland’s devastating 2011 flood.

The hearing in the Supreme Court of NSW is due to begin on October 3 next year and is expected to run into early 2018. 740 more words

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Alberta Mountie gets conditional discharge after being convicted of assault

RED DEER, Alta. – A Mountie who was found guilty of assault for using excessive force during an arrest has now been given a conditional discharge. 173 more words


Lawyers Protest Paralyses Court

Proceedings at Eldoret Law Courts were forced to adjourned after lawyers took to streets to protest the murder of their colleague and other two persons. All the cases that had been scheduled to be heard on Monday did not go on. 79 more words


Alberta RCMP officer acquitted of punching teen but guilty of separate assault

LEDUC, Alta. – An Alberta RCMP officer has been found guilty of one count of assault and acquitted of a second.

On Monday, a judge in Leduc, Alta., found Const. 138 more words