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Three People Charged In Alleged Abuse Of 17 Children On Manitoba First Nation

Three People Charged In Alleged Abuse Of 17 Children On Manitoba First Nation

GARDEN HILL FIRST NATION, Man. — Two men and a foster mother have been charged after an investigation found at least 17 children were abused on a Manitoba First Nation.

Three People Charged In Alleged Abuse Of 17 Children On Manitoba First Nation

Judge Considers Public Shaming In Sentencing Of Naked Man In Grocery Store

Judge Considers Public Shaming In Sentencing Of Naked Man In Grocery Store

PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. — A Saskatchewan man convicted of running naked through the aisles of a grocery store and into a meat cooler won't spend any further time in custody.

Judge Considers Public Shaming In Sentencing Of Naked Man In Grocery Store

Crews Fight Fire With Fire To Keep Blaze From Northern Alberta Town

Crews Fight Fire With Fire To Keep Blaze From Northern Alberta Town

HIGH LEVEL, Alta. — A fire-threatened town in northern Alberta says a successful controlled burn has been carried out to help keep a raging nearby wildfire at bay.

 

 

Crews Fight Fire With Fire To Keep Blaze From Northern Alberta Town

Judge Orders Satirical Website Journal De Mourreal To Change Name, Pay $23K

Judge Orders Satirical Website Journal De Mourreal To Change Name, Pay $23K

A judge has ruled a satirical publication dubbed the Journal de Mourreal will have to drop its name.

Judge Orders Satirical Website Journal De Mourreal To Change Name, Pay $23K

Scheer Promises Mandatory Sentence Of Five Years For Child Abuse

Scheer Promises Mandatory Sentence Of Five Years For Child Abuse

OTTAWA — Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer pledged Thursday to get tough on crime with mandatory minimum sentences of five years for anyone convicted of abusing children.

 

 

Scheer Promises Mandatory Sentence Of Five Years For Child Abuse

Supreme Court Of Canada To Weigh Video-Lottery Terminals Class-Action Case

Supreme Court Of Canada To Weigh Video-Lottery Terminals Class-Action Case

OTTAWA — The Supreme Court of Canada will look at whether a potentially groundbreaking court case that takes aim at video-lottery terminals can proceed and, if so, on what grounds.

 

 

Supreme Court Of Canada To Weigh Video-Lottery Terminals Class-Action Case