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Conspiracy trial of Curtis Vey and Angela Nicholson continues in PA

Conspiracy trial of Curtis Vey and Angela Nicholson continues in PA

The conspiracy trial for Curtis Vey and Angela Nicholson continues in Prince Albert. Vey and Nicholson are accused of conspiring to murder their spouses in 2013. A jury at Prince Albert’s Court of Queen’s Bench was shown video from the RCMP interrogation of Angela Nicholson, who is charged along with Curtis Vey for allegedly plotting to murder their spouses. Read More »

TTC investigating moving subway with doors open (Video)

TTC train crosses Don Valley with door wide open (Video)

Video footage posted on Twitter showing a subway train crossing the Bloor Viaduct with a pair of its doors gaping open has prompted an investigation by the TTC. Around 6:00pm, a train leaving Castlefrank station heading east to Broadview was unable to close the doors on one of it’s cars as it traveled across the Bloor Viaduct. Read More »

Gursimar Bedi guilty in connection with Batalia murder, Report

Gursimar Bedi guilty in connection with Batalia murder, Report

The man who allegedly served as the eyes and ears in the Maple Batalia killing has been found not guilty of manslaughter. But Gursimar Singh Bedi is guilty of being an accessory after the fact in the case. Justice Terence Schultes found Bedi rented a vehicle which was driven by the 19-year-old’s killer, and also spied on the aspiring actress ... Read More »

Stéfanie Trudeau: Ex-Montreal cop sentenced to one year probation

Stéfanie Trudeau: Ex-Montreal cop sentenced to one year probation

Ex-Montreal cop Stéfanie Trudeau has been handed a 12-month suspended sentence and will do 60 hours of community service for assaulting a man four years ago. “I find this case to be unjust and unfair,” Trudeau told Quebec Court Judge Daniel Bédard before he sentenced her Thursday afternoon at the Montreal courthouse. At that point, Bédard had made it abundantly ... Read More »

Woman dies after falling in water at Peggys Cove: RCMP

Woman dies after falling in water at Peggys Cove: RCMP

Halifax RCMP are investigating what led to a woman’s death Sunday afternoon at Peggys Cove, N.S. Emergency officials were called to the area shortly after 1:30 p.m. By the time they arrived, a local fishing vessel had recovered the woman’s body and brought it to a nearby wharf. “A woman was recovered from the water and was pronounced deceased,” a ... Read More »

Marwa Hamdy: Mom of three killed in jet crash

Marwa Hamdy: Mom of three killed in jet crash

One of the two Canadians aboard the EgyptAir flight that crashed into the Mediterranean Sea was originally from Saskatoon. A friend confirmed to Postmedia Friday that Marwa Hamdy, a businesswoman, was on Flight 804, which disappeared from radar screens between Paris and Cairo. She was a “very attentive mother, kind, helpful… loved by everyone who knew her,” Haleh Banani told ... Read More »

Justin Trudeau Liberals’ introduce radical new transgender rights bill

Justin Trudeau Liberals' introduce radical new transgender rights bill

Legislation has been introduced to extend human rights protection to transgender Canadians. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced in Montreal federal legislation about to be tabled, which will guarantee legal and human rights protection to transgender people across Canada. “In Canada, we celebrate inclusion and diversity. All Canadians should be safe to be themselves. The law should be clear and explicit: ... Read More »

Hartley Bushell Refuses to Run From Fort McMurray Wildfire

Hartley Bushell Refuses to Run From Fort McMurray Wildfire

Hartley Bushell, A stubborn Canadian is defying the raging wildfire that’s been devouring the northern Alberta town of Fort McMurray. Hartley Bushell didn’t do it alone, either. He said he had his wife, Chalinee, at his side. “My wife was in tears and wanted to leave, but I wouldn’t do anything that would endanger her, ever, so I assured her ... Read More »

10-year-old boy stabbed in eye with pencil at school

10-year-old boy stabbed in eye with pencil at school

A Montreal family is accusing their child’s school of doing little to stop a bullying problem that ended with their son stabbed in the eye with a pencil last month. The incident happened at the François-La Bernarde school in Pointe-aux-Trembles, after young Alexandro Baiamonte and the bully had an altercation just off school grounds during the lunch hour on April ... Read More »