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  • Calls made to classify Ashley Smith's death as homicide

    November 27, 2013 11:15 AM 15

    The lawyer for a group that advocates on behalf of women in prison has joined Ashley Smith's family in calling for the Moncton teenager's death in prison to be ruled a homicide. A lawyer for the Elizabeth Fry Society issued that call Tuesday in a closing presentation in the Ontario coroner's inquest into Smith's death. Smith's family had made the same plea on Monday

  • Mystery sound may have been a meteor: expert

    November 27, 2013 4:14 AM 26

    Quebecers from St. Lazare to Valleyfield to Laval were abuzz on social media Tuesday evening, wondering aloud what the big bang was that rattled their windows and lit up the sky. According to astronomy expert Andrew Fazekas, all signs point to the loud noise and light being caused by a meteor entering the Earth’s atmosphere. As of Tuesday night, police

  • Kelowna man charged in 2012 Edmonton homicide

    November 27, 2013 3:08 AM 3

    EDMONTON – Edmonton police have laid charges in the death of 28-year-old Philipp Jochen Woehrle, whose body was pulled from the rubble of a house fire on May 8, 2012. Investigators found his body in the basement of a home on 117 Street and 129 Avenue. On Tuesday, 38-year-old Thaven Philip Gardiner was arrested in Kelowna, B.C. in connection with Woehrle’s

  • Manitoba introduces motion urging Ottawa to work on abolishing Senate

    November 27, 2013 1:50 AM 4

    WINNIPEG -- Manitoba's Attorney General has introduced a motion urging the federal government to begin consultations with provinces with the aim abolishing the Senate. Andrew Swan says Manitoba's position includes the results of public hearings which took place in 2009 that heard overwhelming support from Manitobans for outright abolishment or reform

  • Xbox and PlayStation have a murderous history

    November 26, 2013 11:07 PM 28

    Xbox One is doing boffo business, selling more than one million units since Friday — but there’s a dark side. Already, a small crime wave has erupted as hoods and headcases try to get their hands on the $499 gaming console. There have been robberies, muggings and assaults — but so far, happily, there have been no murders. But it may be just a matter

  • Woman’s fight to testify in court wearing face-covering veil may be over

    November 26, 2013 10:47 PM 9

    TORONTO – A long court battle involving a woman who fought to wear her face-covering veil while testifying against two men she is accusing of sexual assault could be resolved early next year. A judge ruled earlier this year that the woman must remove her niqab to testify because it masks her demeanour and blocks both effective cross-examination and assessment

  • Calgary woman guilty of infanticide in deaths of 2 babies

    November 26, 2013 9:27 PM 14

    A Calgary woman has been found guilty of infanticide in the deaths of her two babies. A judge found Meredith Borowiec not guilty of murder, but guilty of the lesser charge of infanticide, which carries a maximum penalty of five years, CTV Calgary’s Elissa Carpenter reports. Borowiec, 31, was charged with second-degree murder in the deaths of two newborns

  • Ontario and Quebec brace for major winter blast

    November 26, 2013 8:45 PM 11

    The first snow from this storm is expected to fall across the shores of eastern Lake Erie and western Lake Ontario, including Hamilton and the Greater Toronto Area, starting this afternoon. However, as those regions are on the far western edge of the storm, they will likely seeing the lightest accumulations — perhaps up to 5 centimetres of snow in Hamilton

  • Woman who put pins in food loses appeal of sentence

    November 26, 2013 7:26 PM 5

    A Calgary woman who was convicted of putting sharp metal objects into food at a local grocery store has lost her second bid to get out of prison earlier. Tatyana Granada was found guilty in 2012 of mischief and trespassing for putting needles, pins and other objects into bread, cheese and produce at the Oakridge Co-op. In July the Court of Appeal of Alberta

  • B.C. has Canada's highest child poverty rate

    November 26, 2013 6:15 PM 7

    VICTORIA - A coalition of advocacy groups says British Columbia's child poverty rate is the highest in Canada, at almost 19 per cent. First Call says the most recent Statistics Canada numbers peg the rate of child poverty at 18.6 per cent in 2011, up from 14.3 per cent in 2010. The coalition of provincial and regional child, youth and family advocacy