September 22, 2023

Quebec man sentenced to 15 months in jail for fomenting hatred against Jews

Quebec court Judge Manlio Del Negro said today in a Montreal courtroom that it’s clear Gabriel Sohier Chaput hasn’t grasped the seriousness of his actions or the harm he’s caused to society
September 22, 2023

RCMP officer Rick O'Brien dead, 2 officers injured in Coquitlam shooting

RCMP Const. Rick O'Brien was shot and killed and two officers were injured, while executing a search warrant in Coquitlam, about 30 kilometres east of Vancouver, on Friday. One officer and the suspect are in hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. Two investigations are underway.
September 22, 2023

Montreal neo-Nazi sentenced to 15 months in jail for inciting hatred

Gabriel Sohier-Chaput, who wrote hundreds of articles for the extreme right website the Daily Stormer using the nickname “Zeiger” was found guilty of hate speech earlier this year.
September 22, 2023

Man accused in London attack smiled multiple times during arrest, trial hears

A London police officer told jurors she saw the accused ‘yelling, screaming, smiling (and) laughing’ while being arrested and searched
September 22, 2023

Accused killer of Muslim family 'appeared giddy' and was smiling after arrest in London, Ont., court told

The man arrested in the killing of a Muslim family in London on June 6, 2021, was "happy, smiling, looking around and appeared giddy," one of the first police officers to interact with the accused told Ontario Superior Court in Windsor on Friday.
September 22, 2023

Alberta NDP promises to axe proposed plan to quit CPP if it wins 2027 election

Samir Kayande, Opposition finance critic, says Albertans don’t want Premier Danielle Smith’s United Conservative government touching Canada’s $575-billion retirement nest egg
September 22, 2023

Ontario education workers represented by ETFO reach tentative contract deal

The details of the tentative deal with Ontario and a date for a ratification vote are set to be shared with members later
September 22, 2023

Ford vowed to return land to the Greenbelt. What happens now?

The Ontario government is reversing course on its controversial decision to open up Greenbelt land to development — a decision applauded by advocates, political opponents, and residents alike.
September 22, 2023

Turtle protectors of Toronto’s High Park finish another season of heroism in a half-shell

Getting from nest to pond can be a struggle for hatchlings, especially when the way is blocked by infrastructure and pedestrians. These Indigenous-guided volunteers work to make the journey safer
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