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The role of law and the courts, both in the U.S. and abroad, in addressing climate change is shifting away from a “sector-by-sector” approach to reducing greenhouse gas emissions toward one focused on determining how climate change impacts on people and holding emitters directly responsible, a panel of experts said at the University of Houston Law Center last week. 2,100 more words
Tired and angry, Travis Vader told RCMP they bungled their case against him and were trying to get him to slip up.
Court heard 2014 interviews with RCMP as Vader’s double murder trial continued Thursday. 436 more words
EDMONTON – Taped interviews with Bobbi-Jo Vader were played in court Monday, as part of her brother’s double murder trial. She said Travis gave everything to his kids. 657 more words
EDMONTON – Friday was supposed to be the final day of the fatality inquiry into the death of a 22-year-old woman in an isolation room at Alberta Hospital. 236 more words
LETHBRIDGE — It was another emotionally charged day in court as Collet Stephan took to the stand to be cross-examined by Crown prosecutor Clayton Giles, showing frustration at some of his questions. 333 more words