Port Moody council asks mayor to step down until his court case is heard

Port Moody, B.C., city council has voted in favour of asking Mayor Rob Vagramov to take a leave of absence while his sexual assault

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Supreme Court to hear B.C. minority language rights case in Winnipeg Thursday

The Supreme Court of Canada will hear an appeal in Winnipeg Thursday morning that could affect minority-language communities across the country. The case is

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Supreme Court of Canada Chief Justice Richard Wagner arrives in Winnipeg

Global News’ Brittany Greenslade asks Supreme Court of Canada Chief Justice Richard Wagner why the court decided to come to Winnipeg for its first

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Scheer says he’d fast-track pipeline challenges straight to Supreme Court

A Conservative government would overcome legal objections to building new petroleum pipelines by fast-tracking any cases right to the Supreme Court of Canada, party

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Journalist-turned-bank robber was depressed and unemployed, lawyer tells court

The lawyer for a former journalist convicted of robbing banks has told a sentencing in Alberta that his client was suffering from a deep

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Doug Ford to make decision on carbon tax court challenge after federal election

TORONTO – Doug Ford says his government will decide after the federal election whether it will continue with its court challenge of the carbon

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Nebraska’s top court upholds approval of Keystone XL pipeline path

Nebraska’s highest court lifted one of the last major hurdles for the Keystone XL pipeline on Friday when it rejected another attempt to derail

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Judge reserves decision on Bill 9 court injunction

A judge could decide as early as Tuesday afternoon whether to grant an injunction against Bill 9, which delays wage talks for 180,000 Alberta

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Military justice system doesn’t breach charter rights, Supreme Court rules

Canada’s military justice system doesn’t contravene the Charter of Rights and Freedoms and can remain as is, the country’s top court has ruled. In

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Alberta now has 1 year to fix its Mental Health Act after court rules it violates basic rights

Alberta has one year to overhaul its mental health law, after a court decision found that the existing rules allowed doctors to confine and medicate

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