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Class action Litigation proposed on coerced sterilization in Alberta

Hospital bed linens stock image

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

Sara Baillie Taliyah Marsman

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

Orcas rubbing on beach

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

Terror Trial 20160907

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.

Carbon monoxide poisoning at Vancouver office sends 13 to hospital

Carbon monoxide office

A physician who treated the patients stated Wednesday’s episode was not the case of carbon monoxide poisoning in recent weeks and urged individuals to take precautions because winter chill sets inside.

Cases adjourned, Fees Retreated as military Conflicts with constitutionality of courts

Soldier Tickle Party Assault 20180202

Uncertainty over if the army has the inherent authority to try its own members for crimes – like assault and rape – has put a lot of court martial events in limbo.

Bell Canada says sorry after man displaced by major Toronto apartment Flame gets $788 bill

Toronto Thomas King

A Toronto man displaced by a fire in 650 Parliament St. says he obtained a huge from Bell Canada weeks later he attempted to cancel his TV and net package. After being contacted by CBC Toronto, the telecom business has surfaced.

Ottawa Might be facing human rights tribunal hearing to settle First Nations child welfare compensation

Cindy Blackstock

The national government could be led back for First Nations children who confronted discrimination beneath the child welfare program that was on-reserve to repay an outstanding question on compensation before the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal.

Pilot project in Alberta Provides victims of sexual Abuse access to free legal advice

MeToo Six Months

Victims of violence will have access to at least four weeks of free legal counsel through a 700,000 pilot project found in Alberta that is central Wednesday.

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