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Magnotta murder trial hears from European witnesses

MONTREAL – People who crossed paths with Luka Rocco Magnotta in France and Germany while he was the subject of an international manhunt were heard from Friday at his first-degree…

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Slain soldier riding Highway of Heroes on last trip to Hamilton hometown

TORONTO – The body of a reservist gunned down at the National War Memorial this week in a shooting that all but paralyzed the nation’s capital was expected to arrive…

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Magnotta murder trial hears police experts analyzed accused’s laptops

MONTREAL – Luka Rocco Magnotta’s first-degree murder trial heard today that a search of his laptop contained no evidence that a video of the slaying of a Chinese engineering student was…

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Halifax police determine gun incidents in city’s downtown are not related

HALIFAX – Halifax police have ruled out a connection between a gun found on a public bus and the reported sighting of a man possibly carrying a concealed weapon. A…

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Ottawa man gets 12 years after found guilty of terrorism charge

OTTAWA – An Ottawa man convicted of a terrorism charge as part of a homegrown conspiracy was handed a 12-year sentence on Thursday. Misbahuddin Ahmed, 30, had been found guilty…

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Gunman angry about not getting passport, had drug problems, say shelter mates

OTTAWA – The man who killed a soldier at the National War Memorial was angry about failing to get a passport and struggled with drug addiction, say those who knew…

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Prominent Muslim cleric says imams need to vet new Islamic converts

CALGARY – A prominent Muslim cleric says he intends to reach out to other imams to make sure that new converts to Islam are watched closely for signs of radical…

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Homegrown terrorists or unbalanced criminals? Federal leaders disagree

OTTAWA – Stephen Harper calls them terrorists. Elizabeth May is betting they were “isolated, disturbed and deeply troubled men who were drawn to something crazy.” Tom Mulcair and Justin Trudeau…

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Magnotta jury watches original images used to create so-called murder video

CAUTION: GRAPHIC CONTENT MAY DISTURB SOME READERS MONTREAL – Jurors at Luka Rocco Magnotta’s murder trial saw video clips Thursday of a man bound, gagged and unresponsive with the accused…

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Ottawa lawyer describes trying to save Cpl. Nathan Cirillo

OTTAWA –Lawyer Barbara Winters was headed to a meeting Wednesday near her office at the Canada Revenue Agency when she passed the National War Memorial, stopping to snap a few pictures…

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So you think you can avoid paying a judgment?

So you think you can avoid paying a judgment?

By Inga Andriessen Business owners who pay legal fees to obtain a judgment are often worried that they will be defeated by debtors who will somehow manage to avoid paying…



Lawyers argue Ottawa has no right to strip certain people of citizenship

TORONTO – A Federal Court judge is considering whether Parliament has the authority to pass a law that could see a Canadian-born terrorist stripped of their citizenship. Two Toronto lawyers…

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Inuit group wants justice reforms to reflect high rates of abuse in Nunavut

Nunavut’s “cradle-to-prison” justice system must be reformed to reflect the high number of people in the territory who have been victims of physical and sexual violence, an Inuit land-claim group…

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Judge places publication ban on murder conviction assessment in Nova Scotia case

HALIFAX – A judge granted a publication ban Thursday on a preliminary assessment of the case of a Nova Scotia man whose murder conviction may have been the result of…

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‘You are so loved': Ottawa lawyer describes trying to save Cpl. Nathan Cirillo

OTTAWA – Lawyer Barbara Winters was headed to a meeting Wednesday near her office at the Canada Revenue Agency when she passed the National War Memorial, stopping to snap a…

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Gunman angry about not getting passport, had drug problems, say shelter mates

OTTAWA – Those familiar with the Parliament Hill gunman in his final days say he was angry about failing to get a passport and struggled with drug addiction. Norman LeBlanc,…

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