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Ex Guantanamo Bay captive suing Canada for $50M for alleged complicity in torture

An Algerian man is set to sue the federal government for the abuses he says he suffered at the hands of American security forces after he left Canada 15 years ago. 773 more words

Canada

Joshua Boyle's parents ready to forgive 'foolishness,' help family readjust to life in Canada

The parents of a Canadian man held hostage in Afghanistan for five years with his wife and three children say the young family is hoping for a fresh start in Canada, and have acknowledged they will need help adjusting to life outside of captivity. 792 more words

Canada

Freed Canadian hostage and family arrive in Toronto, demands justice for ‘murder’ of infant daughter

TORONTO — Former Canadian hostage Joshua Boyle has demanded that the Afghanistan government bring his kidnappers to justice for the “murder” of his infant daughter and the rape of his wife while they were in captivity. 1,553 more words

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Justin Trudeau’s Liberals would beat Conservatives, NDP in election: Ipsos poll

Despite a string of political controversies, including the Liberals’ proposed tax reforms and the Omar Khadr settlement, voter support for Justin Trudeau’s government remains stable, according to an Ipsos poll. 717 more words

Canada

Justin Trudeau says anger over Omar Khadr case will ensure it never happens again

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he’s angry that the Canadian government paid out more than $10 million to Omar Khadr, the Canadian man who was held at Guantanamo Bay for a decade. 421 more words

Canada

Roy Green: Ontario election next year a dry run for federal version in '19

The dynamics are interestingly similar. Dynamics continuing to develop form and shape as Canada’s most populous province prepares for its election next summer. Dynamics which substantially may linger and affect the following September’s federal tournament for parliamentary primacy. 1,073 more words

Justin Trudeau

Omar Khadr visits with sister remain restricted, but can use internet freely

EDMONTON — Omar Khadr’s visits with his controversial sister will remain restricted, but he has been granted more freedom to use the internet.

A hearing on whether to ease some bail conditions for the former Guantanamo Bay detainee was held Friday morning in Edmonton. 399 more words

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