On his way from Vancouver to Calgary, Harry Bekkering decided to pick up a clean-shaven man looking for a lift. His name was Michael.
Bob Nazarian’s lawyer says “there is certainly no smoking gun” in the previously unsealed documents
Saying “F–k you” to a Mountie in a fit of anger triggers a memorable legal ruling about vulgar language in modern society
November 6th, 2014 4 comments
Ontario’s highest court bars Laurie Massicotte from pursuing Williams’s pension as part of a multimillion-dollar lawsuit
November 3rd, 2014 2 comments
How Michael Zehaf-Bibeau’s life spiralled from privilege to petty crime and drugs to, eventually, deadly extremism. The story of a desperate madman.
October 30th, 2014 8 comments
Case against Bob Nazarian appears to hinge on more than 700 documents now off-limits to police
Search warrants filed in court identify Bob Nazarian as a key ‘suspect’ in the roof-collapse criminal investigation
Only one Canadian of the 130 who allegedly left to help a terrorist group has been charged. Why?
October 19th, 2014 3 comments
Commissioner Paul Bélanger says ‘it is probable (although by no means certain)’ Lucie Aylwin survived for up to 39 hours
October 15th, 2014 2 comments
John Marceau knew how narrowly he cheated death, but didn’t waste a lot of time thinking about it.
Michael Friscolanti investigates the twists, turns, and dealings that have left Elliot Lake without a much-needed new plaza in sight
Already under fire after an inmate’s suicide, did the Canada Border Services Agency rush to release a critically ill inmate so he wouldn’t die in custody?
Georgia man died on the weekend while in custody of the Canada Border Services Agency
September 29th, 2014 1 comment