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Complaint dismissed against Estimate accused of misconduct

Judge Donald McLeod

An estimate accused of advocating on behalf of a company that he set has been cleared of misconduct charges.

3 people involved in Nude kidnapping have Infrequent, psychotic disorder: court

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Court has heard three people involved with a bizarre nude kidnapping event south of Edmonton annually suffered from a rare, common psychotic illness.

Intense B.C. storm leads to dramatic rescues in White Rock, Maple Bay

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A helicopter rescue was asked to save a guy from the White Rock pier Thursday following the dock broke apart in powerful winds and strong waves. About Vancouver Island, four individuals had to be rescued from a houseboat adrift away Maple Bay.

Coerced sterilization reports sparking Issue in Canada’s medical community

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Reports detailing allegations of coerced and forced sterilizations of Native women are”deeply about” and explain serious violations of medical ethics, the president of the Canadian Medical Association said Thursday.

Lawyer overseeing Thunder Bay police Panel involved in law society Analysis that faced rebuke

Thomas Lockwood Thunder Bay Police Services Board administrator

The lawyer appointed to temporarily oversee the Thunder Bay police panel was once tasked with an Ontario law society investigation that was finally dropped because it did not match the society’s”high standards” of citizenship, according to documents.

Class action Litigation proposed on coerced sterilization in Alberta

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A proposed class action litigation has been filed against the Government of Alberta on behalf of Indigenous women who say they had been exposed to forced sterilization.

Why there won’t be an Alberta Earnings tax Anytime soon, and That to blame for provincial pipeline paralysis

Premier Rachel Notley

Premier Rachel Notley states no to some provincial sales tax, nay to federal dithering on pipeline coverage and yay into the impact of the NDP carbon prices policy, in a yearlong meeting with CBC.

Edward Downey Accountable for murdering Calgary Woman, 5, and her Mom

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A Calgary jury has convicted Edward Downey of two counts of first-degree murder for the deaths of Sara Baillie and her five-year-old daughter, Taliyah Marsman.

More areas of B.C. coastal waters Delegated killer whale critical habitat

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The classification means that the two new areas coastal waters are now legally protected from habitat-destroying activities.

RCMP entrapment of B.C. Few in legislature bomb plot was’travesty of justice,’ Courtroom Guidelines

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B.C.’s Appeal Court has upheld a ruling that gave a couple convicted of planting explosive devices on the premise of the legislature their liberty in 2016.

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