Scott Gilmore on the ancient ritual of the scapegoat
Alberta judge says she needs more time to make a decision on whether former Guantanamo Bay prisoner Omar Khadr should be released on bail
Michael Friscolanti on the law and political manoeuvring around the latest legal showdown
May 5: Albertans head to the polls, the Liberals are victorious in PEI, and a ruling on your cellphone roaming costs
A spokesman for Public Safety Minster Steven Blaney confirmed the stay request in a statement late Sunday
Despite Friday’s monumental decision, Omar Khadr’s final day in prison is as much a mystery as it was on Thursday.
Court of Queen’s Bench Justice June Ross says terms of his release will be determined May 5.
April 24: A ruling on Omar Khadr’s bail request, an evacuation in northern Ontario, and an Arctic Council meeting in Iqaluit
If a judge approves bail and sets him free, Canada’s most polarizing prisoner will prove someone wrong
March 25: Questions of foreign aid in the Iraq mission, a healthcare levy for Albertans, and day two of Omar Khadr’s trial
Khadr, the Canadian who killed a U.S. soldier in Afghanistan, could be freed on bail this week. Here’s what you need to know.
Desperate to free his notorious client, an Edmonton lawyer offers a key to his house
Allowing Khadr out would undermine public confidence in the justice system, federal government argues in filings
Patricia Edney—her husband Dennis represents ex-Guantanamo inmate Omar Khadr—has agreed to take Khadr into their home if he’s released on bail
Khadr, 28, is serving out an eight-year sentence for war crimes at Bowden Institution in Innisfail, Alta.
Ottawa argues the conspiracy claim should not be allowed to go ahead
The former Gitmo detainee won’t give up youth status