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Nicholson and Vey found guilty, Report

Nicholson and Vey found guilty, Report

The father of Vancouver Canuck Linden Vey has been found guilty of conspiracy to commit murder. Curtis Vey and his lover Angela Nicholson were accused of plotting to kill their spouses in Saskatchewan. The Crown argued that Curtis Vey and Nicholson were lovers who planned to kill Vey’s mother, Brigitte, in a house fire. Read More »

26-year-old man dies after truck crashes; sinks into quarry

26-year-old man dies after truck crashes, sinks into quarry

A serious collision outside Hagersville, south of Brantford, left one man dead and two women in hospital. Const. Edward Sanchuk of the Ontario Provincial Police confirmed that the man driving the truck died in the crash. According to Sanchuk, the truck was northbound along Sandusk Rd. and collided with an “SUV-style vehicle” travelling westbound on Concession Rd. 12. Read More »

Canada’s national anthem may be Changed to make it gender-neutral

Canada's national anthem may be Changed to make it gender-neutral

It appears Canada’s national anthem is well on its way to becoming gender-neutral after a vast majority of members of Parliament voted in favour of the change Wednesday. It shouldn’t be an issue. The change makes our anthem inclusive. It’s long overdue. It’s a recognition that almost 51 per cent of our population is female. But that’s not good enough ... Read More »

Tourist who put Yellowstone bison calf in SUV gets probation

Tourist who put Yellowstone bison calf in SUV gets probation

A tourist received six months of probation after pleading guilty Thursday to putting a bison calf in his car at Yellowstone National Park because he thought the animal was cold. The calf later had to be euthanized because it couldn’t be reunited with its herd. Court records show Shamash Kassam of Quebec entered a guilty plea over the telephone on ... Read More »

Wolf warning issued for Banff National Park, Report

Wolf warning issued for Banff National Park, Report

Parks Canada has posted a wolf warning for the Bow Valley in Banff National Park following some bold behaviour by wolves. The warning covers campgrounds and day-use areas. It comes after wolves accessed human food at a campsite. Officials say wolves are showing bold behaviour, including going after human food in a campsite. Read More »

Fatal accident blamed on ‘roof surfing’ : RCMP

Fatal accident blamed on 'roof surfing' : RCMP

The Vernon RCMP is investigating a fatal single vehicle collision which occurred early Wednesday morning in which one of the vehicle occupants was riding outside of the vehicle at the time of a rollover. Police say a 27-year-old man suffered fatal injuries in the crash, which happened at roughly 12:30 a.m. today, June 1, on Tronson Road, just north of ... Read More »

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 »