SUFFIELD, Alta. — The possibility of a terrorist attack using biological or chemical weapons makes the focus of a 15-day NATO training exercise at Canada's largest training base even more important, says a counterterrorism expert.
EDMONTON — An Alberta judge who overturned a teenager's acquittal on a sexual assault charge has delivered a scathing "No means No" lesson to a lower-court colleague and his take on how victims are supposed to behave.
VICTORIA — There will be no reprieve from a new tax on foreign buyers who have signed contracts to purchase homes in Metro Vancouver, where they snapped up almost 10 per cent of recent property sales, B.C. Finance Minister Mike de Jong says.
HALIFAX — A researcher studying public reaction to the Jian Ghomeshi case says social media scrutiny of the trial could lead to "crowd-sourced reforms" for how the legal system handles sexual assault claims.