TORONTO — Canada's largest grocery chain says it's trying to verify the accuracy of the coin-counting kiosks in its stores after TD Bank got rid of similar machines from its branches over allegations that they've been nickel-and-diming customers.
VANCOUVER — A British Columbia Supreme Court judge is expected to rule Friday on whether the RCMP coerced a couple found guilty of terrorism-related offences into plotting to set off homemade bombs at the provincial legislature on Canada Day three years ago.
TORONTO — A Toronto police officer who gunned down a troubled teen on an empty streetcar three years ago abused his authority in a way that undermines public trust in law enforcement and the justice system, a judge said Thursday in sentencing him to six years in prison.
VANCOUVER — John Nuttall hangs his head and promises he'll do better next time. Covert video played in British Columbia Supreme Court from the spring of 2013 shows the man Nuttall calls his Muslim brother berating him for pitching a poorly researched terrorism plot to hijack a