Quebec families of victims call for more transparency from province’s police watchdog

Rights advocates and victims’ families in Quebec are calling for greater transparency from the province’s independent police watchdog. A civil rights advocacy group, la Ligue des droits et libertés, told reporters today the watchdog’s rules of operation favour police at…

Quebecer caught driving 230 km/h on Hwy. 10: police

A 46-year-old Terrebonne man has had his licence suspended for seven days after police say he was caught speeding on Highway 10 in Chambly on Montreal’s South Shore. READ MORE: Speed, distracted driving main cause of deadly crashes in Quebec…

144th Western Fair wraps up after ‘tremendous’ run: fair organizers

The 144th Western Fair has come and gone, and organizers say they’re looking to build on some positives from this year’s installment. Although they aren’t publicly releasing specific attendance numbers for the 10-day fair, communications and marketing director Greg Blanchard…

Trial begins for class action lawsuit alleging abuse at private Ontario school

Toronto — A lawyer representing former students suing the now-defunct Christian private school they attended says its late headmasters psychologically tormented pupils in order to break their spirits. Loretta Merritt told the court Monday that Grenville Christian College controlled every…

Federal Election 2019: NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh says he’s opposed to Bill 21, but focused on tackling climate crisis, health care

September 16 2019 2:01pm NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh said Monday he was opposed to Bill 21, but said he recognizes there’s provincial jurisdiction and is focused on tackling the climate crisis and health care. ‘ }); } else { var…