Sask. court ruling on whether Prince Albert violated pro-life group’s charter rights

January 22 2020 7:19pm The Prince Albert Right to Life Association is hoping three Court of Appeal justices rule in its favour that its freedom of expression was violated when the city didn’t fly the group’s flag. Kyle Benning reports.…

Sheree Fertuck’s husband charged with murder in her disappearance

June 25 2019 7:29pm Greg Fertuck, the husband of Sheree Fertuck, is charged with first-degree murder in her disappearance. Brittney Matejka reports. ‘ }); } else { var rel_id = svp.releaseInfo.contentId+””; if( typeof gnca_social_share_collection[rel_id] != “object” ) { var resp…

RCMP providing update on Sheree Fertuck homicide investigation

The Saskatchewan RCMP is holding a news conference Tuesday morning to provide an update into its Sheree Fertuck homicide investigation. Police have said they are not releasing any details prior to the press conference scheduled for 11 a.m., which Global…

Teen gets adult sentence in fatal beating of La Ronge, Sask. restaurant owner

One of three young people who beat a northern Saskatchewan restaurant owner so badly that he didn’t survive has been sentenced to nine years in prison. Judge Robert Lane gave the 19-year-old an adult sentence for what the judge called…

Saskatchewan lovers found not guilty of conspiracy to murder their spouses

A murder conspiracy retrial for Curtis Vey and Angela Nicholson has ended with a not-guilty verdict. Vey and Nicholson were found not guilty on Monday after the Crown and defence did not present new evidence at the start of their retrial in…

Spouse murder conspiracy retrial delayed for Nicholson and Vey

The murder conspiracy retrial for Curtis Vey and Angela Nicholson has been delayed as a judge considers whether to allow an iPod recording to be admitted as evidence. Last month, defence lawyers Aaron Fox and Ron Piché argued the recording…

Sask. lawyers argue admissibility of iPod recording in alleged murder plot case

An iPod recording containing an alleged murder plot between two Saskatchewan lovers should not have been seized by police without a warrant, according to lawyers for Curtis Vey and Angela Nicholson. The recording, which the matter’s prosecutor described as “the…

Evidence under scrutiny ahead of re-trial for lovers convicted of conspiring to murder spouses

A central piece of evidence is under scrutiny ahead of the re-trial for two lovers once convicted of conspiring to murder their spouses. At trial, the court heard Curtis Vey and Angela Nicholson talk about the alleged plot on a…