Killer’s psychosis lowers his moral culpability, Alberta Court of Appeal told

A convicted killer chose his elderly victims long before he broke into their house “to sacrifice them,” Alberta’s highest court was told Tuesday. Edward Roberts is

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Calgary millionaire paid $800,000 to PI firm to ‘discredit and harass’ ex-spouse, jurors told

A local millionaire paid more than $800,000 to two former Calgary police employees in an effort to force his ex-spouse to stop fighting for

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Edmonton city council told police should have zero tolerance for ‘killer cops’

An expert on policing and use of force thinks the best way to address current problems within the Edmonton Police Service is to be more

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Ferries, commercial vessels told to reduce passenger numbers to avoid COVID-19

The federal government is bringing in further measures to reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19 on commercial passenger vessels and ferries. Transport Minister Marc Garneau announced

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Coronavirus: Doug Ford says ‘relief’ coming on hydro rates as Ontarians told to stay home

Premier Doug Ford says “relief” on hydro rates is coming for Ontarians as people are being told to stay home amid the novel coronavirus

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‘Big Brother Canada’ shocker: 2 houseguests ejected, house told about coronavirus – National

SPOILER ALERT: If you haven’t watched tonight’s episode of Big Brother Canada on Global, then STOP READING NOW! Spoilers lie ahead… — To say the

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Coronavirus fears shut down major film productions in B.C., workers told to apply for EI

A growing number of film and television productions have shut down in the Vancouver area due to fears surrounding the novel coronavirus. Warner Bros.

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Her husband told her not to work, then cut off her money — how financial abuse traps women – National

When Sara was pregnant with the first of her three children, her husband told her she wouldn’t have to worry about going back to

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U.S. border officers were told to target Iranian-born travellers, officer alleges in email

U.S. border officers working at multiple Canada-U.S. border crossings were instructed to target and interrogate Iranian-born travellers in early January, said a U.S. border officer in

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‘Their stories need to be told’: Advocates want police to release names of women killed by domestic violence

Women’s shelter directors from across Alberta want police to improve the way they communicate about cases of domestic violence.  Three days after Christmas, 53-year-old Wen

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