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Reports: Police knocked at wrong door before Daphné Boudreault killing

The police officer who was supposed to escort Daphné Boudreault to her ex-boyfriend’s apartment Wednesday showed up to the wrong address as the 18-year-old was being attacked, according to media reports. 413 more words

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'It's very hard for us to let him go': Family mourns Damian Ballantyne, P.A.'s first homicide victim of 2017

Family members are fondly remembering a “gentle giant” whose death Prince Albert police are treating as a homicide.

“I was expecting him to come home the night this happened, and he didn’t,” Loretta Ballantyne said in an interview on Friday, two days after her 34-year-old son, Damian Ballantyne, was pronounced dead at a P.A. 645 more words

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Jury finds Littlechild guilty of manslaughter in the unprovoked death of Robyn Gladue

Calgarian William Allen Littlechild was too drunk to form the intent to commit murder when he slashed the throat of a complete stranger, a jury ruled late Thursday. 288 more words

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Mont-St-Hilaire killing: 'There were many red flags', expert says

Manon Monastesse says she felt her heart sink when she heard the news: a young woman was stabbed to death and police had arrested her ex-boyfriend. 894 more words

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Former Woodstock nurse charged with eight first-degree murders of patients fired for medication errors

A former Southwestern Ontario nurse charged with murdering eight seniors suspected to have died of drug overdoses was fired from the nursing home where most of them died just days after the last suspicious death, after being accused of making repeated medication-related errors, The Free Press has learned. 1,418 more words

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Mont-Saint-Hilaire homicide victim told police she felt she was in danger

About three hours before she was found dead on Wednesday at 12:28 p.m., Daphné Boudreault, 18, was spotted by a co-worker huddled on the phone, sobbing about her abusive boyfriend. 954 more words

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"Sober friend" handed a dozen years for killing woman he was supposed to be helping

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

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