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Former hospital clerk accused of selling private info of maternity patients

TORONTO – A former clerk at the Rouge Valley hospital group in southern Ontario has been charged following an investigation into the alleged misuse of confidential information from maternity patients. The…

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Anonymous hackers behind attacks on Ottawa city and police websites: reports

OTTAWA – The Ottawa police website was offline again Monday after a weekend hacking incident loosely linked to the hacking group Anonymous. Media reports say the group has targeted the police…

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Jury in first degree murder trial of Luka Rocco Magnotta sent home until Tuesday

MONTREAL – Jurors at Luka Rocco Magnotta’s first-degree murder trial have been sent home until Tuesday morning. The defence case was to wrap up today but Justice Guy Cournoyer told the…

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First degree murder charge laid in disappearance of Halifax woman

HALIFAX – Investigators believe a young Halifax mother reported missing more than four months ago was murdered the day she disappeared by someone she knew, police said Monday as they announced…

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CP NewsAlert: Proposed settlement to end Manitoba naked judge case

WINNIPEG – A settlement has been proposed between the Canadian Judicial Council and a Manitoba judge under investigation for nude photos taken of her by her husband. Lawyers for Lori Douglas…

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Second young man accused in prominent child porn case in Halifax pleads guilty

HALIFAX – A second young man accused in a prominent child pornography case in Halifax has pleaded guilty. The man, who cannot be identified because he was a minor at the…

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Panel approves settlement to end Manitoba naked judge case

WINNIPEG – A Manitoba judge whose nude photos were posted online by her husband will voluntarily retire from the bench rather than undergo another hearing into whether she should be…

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Termination upheld for firefighter axed over sexist tweets

Termination upheld for firefighter axed over sexist tweets

A recent labour arbitration decision – one of Canada’s first Twitter firing cases – expands the reach of employee off-duty conduct by extending a branch of a well-known legal test…

Legal limits for sex assault lawsuits more harsh in U.S.

Legal limits for sex assault lawsuits more harsh in U.S.

In the wake of decades-old sexual assault allegations being made against Bill Cosby, discussions have emerged over limitation periods for filing lawsuits in such scenarios, with Canada allowing more flexibility…

Two Regina manufacturing companies fined for not paying employees overtime

REGINA – Two Regina manufacturing companies have been fined more than $11,000 for not providing payroll records in an overtime dispute. Cabtec Manufacturing and Precision Wood Products pleaded guilty earlier this…

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Alcohol monitoring gaining acceptance in U.K.

Alcohol monitoring gaining acceptance in U.K.

British Prime Minister David Cameron has made an election promise to give judges the power to impose orders that will force some offenders to wear electronic monitoring devices that test…

Sentencing for former Ontario MP Dean Del Mastro postponed to January

LINDSAY, Ont. – A sentencing hearing for former Conservative MP Dean Del Mastro has been postponed until Jan. 27, but questions remain about the next steps in the disgraced politician’s legal…

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Two charged after police say illegal poker tournament raided in Oshawa

OSHAWA, Ont. – Two people have been charged with operating a gaming house after police say an illegal poker tournament was raided in Oshawa. Durham regional police say the raid came…

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Halifax jail staff who wrongly released man will be disciplined, says minister

HALIFAX – Disciplinary action will be taken against staff at a Halifax jail after a man facing charges including attempted murder was mistakenly released from custody earlier this month, Nova…

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OPP kicks off annual RIDE campaign to crack down on drug, booze impaired driving

AURORA, Ont. – Provincial police say the number of impaired driving charges they’ve laid over the first nine months of this year is down about 17 per cent from the same…

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Canadian mining company Nevsun says allegations of human rights abuses unfounded

VANCOUVER – A Vancouver-based mining company says allegations of human rights violations at the Bisha open pit mine in northeastern Africa are unfounded and it will defend itself from a civil…

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