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
Anyone can yell insults at the ballpark. Mastering the delicate art of heckling takes finesse.
The Canadian icon is selling out to Burger King and its ruthless Brazilian owners. Why that’s a dangerous move.
August 29th, 2014 7 comments
Coffee chain ordered to compensate former employee whose poor health played a role in company’s decision to fire her
August 28th, 2014 3 comments
Details of the compensation are confidential; serial killer and his wife still the target of one ongoing lawsuit
Legal battle over ex-colonel’s retirement benefits now before Ontario’s highest court
August 1st, 2014 4 comments
Recent case law pertaining to Mayor Rob Ford’s notorious driver forms key part of ruling against former engineer