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Patrick Brazeau trial adjourned until mid-September

GATINEAU, Que. – The assault trial of suspended senator Patrick Brazeau has been adjourned until mid-September.

Brazeau is facing charges of assault and sexual assault arising from an alleged incident two years ago in the western Quebec city of Gatineau and has pleaded not guilty to the charges. 89 more words

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Patrick Brazeau trial suspended until mid-September, police interview video to be admitted as evidence

The assault and sex assault trial of suspended Senator Patrick Brazeau has been postponed again, this time until mid-September.

Brazeau went on trial in March on charges that he beat up a woman he was living with in 2013. 89 more words

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Patrick Brazeau trial postponed to September; police interview video to be admitted as evidence

The assault and sex assault trial of suspended Senator Patrick Brazeau has been postponed again, this time until mid-September.

Brazeau went on trial in March on charges that he beat up a woman he was living with in 2013. 97 more words

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Brazeau trial: Key witness feared for her life

GATINEAU, Que. – The Crown’s key witness in Patrick Brazeau’s assault and sexual assault trial says she feared for her life during an alleged incident two years ago. 165 more words

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Patrick Brazeau's accuser was in fear, court told

GATINEAU, Que. – The primary witness in Patrick Brazeau’s assault trial told the court Friday she feared for her life during an alleged fracas with the suspended senator two years ago. 542 more words

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Stephen Harper's Senate appointments: Where are they now?

Prime Minister Stephen Harper once promised to never appoint a senator.

He ended up appointing 59.

Since Harper first formed government in February 2006, only three of the senators he has named were elected; all others were straight-up, run-of-the-mill appointments. 282 more words

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Long-awaited Senate spending report out today

WATCH ABOVE: AG says oversight, transparency of Senate expenses were ‘not adequate’

OTTAWA – After almost two years of work, auditor general Michael Ferguson’s long-awaited audit of Senate spending is about to be released to the public. 727 more words

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