‘Freedom movement’ rallies planned for Ottawa all summer: organizer

OTTAWA – Events are set to take place in Ottawa in late June through Canada Day and the rest of the summer for what organizers say are to protest remaining COVID-19 pandemic-era restrictions. 19. Veterans for Freedom steering committee member Andrew MacGillivray said in an interview posted on YouTube that he will be holding a … Read more

Ottawa urged to act amid ongoing privacy leaks in military sexual misconduct deal

Ottawa is facing calls to respond to a growing number of privacy breaches involving service members who have been victims of sexual misconduct in uniform, with experts and opposition parties calling the mistakes unacceptable. Epiq Class Action Services has admitted to leaking the personal data of more than 100 current and former members of the … Read more

Justin Bieber reveals he has facial paralysis

justin bieberPhoto: ANGELA WEISS/AFP via Getty Images justin bieber went on Instagram today to reveal the full reason why he recently canceled a series of shows in Toronto and Washington DCexplaining (and demonstrating) to an audience of millions of fans that he suffers from a form of facial paralysis known as Ramsay Hunt syndrome. (Specifically, … Read more

Justin Bieber reveals he has facial paralysis

justin bieberPhoto: ANGELA WEISS/AFP via Getty Images justin bieber went on Instagram today to reveal the full reason why he recently canceled a series of shows in Toronto and Washington DCexplaining (and demonstrating) to an audience of millions of fans that he suffers from a form of facial paralysis known as Ramsay Hunt syndrome. (Specifically, … Read more

Donald Trump and adult children to testify in New York fraud investigation in July

Published on: 06/09/2022 – 00:57 Donald Trump and two of his adult children, Donald Trump Jr. and Ivanka Trump, have agreed to testify from July 15 in a New York State civil investigation into the former US president’s business practices. The Trumps’ testimony could last through the following week, according to an agreement with state … Read more

The trial begins for the murder of the famous Dutch reporter De Vries

Published on: 06/07/2022 – 13:29 A trial of the alleged shooter and getaway driver involved in last year’s murder of famed Dutch reporter Peter R. De Vries opened on Tuesday and both men could face life imprisonment if convicted . De Vries was shot last July on a busy street in Amsterdam. The murder sent … Read more

How to understand the jury’s split verdict in Hedley’s Jacob Hoggard sexual assault trial

Warning: Contains graphical content. What happened in the jury room where 10 men and two women decided Hedley frontman Jacob Hoggard was guilty of sexually assaulting a young Ottawa woman but not guilty of raping and groping a teenage fan is a secret under Canadian law. Several lawyers and legal experts who spoke to the … Read more

Jacob Hoggard released on bail ahead of Toronto sexual assault conviction

Hedley frontman Jacob Hoggard will return to his home in British Columbia on strict bail while awaiting a “significant prison sentence” this summer for sexual assault causing bodily harm, a judge ruled on Monday. On Sunday evening, a jury found Hoggard, 37, guilty of violently raping an Ottawa woman in her early 20s in 2016, … Read more

Jury in Hoggard sexual assault trial continues deliberations

After twice telling a judge they were deadlocked on ‘some counts’ and being urged to continue, the jury deliberated on whether Hedley frontman Jacob Hoggard had violated a a teenage fan and a young woman in 2016, spent Saturday re-listening to most of the testimony from the two plaintiffs. . Hoggard, 37, is charged with … Read more

A man seeking historical records said it would cost the federal government $21 million to process the request

OTTAWA – A researcher seeking documents about an RCMP investigation in the National Archives of Canada has been told it will cost the government more than $21 million to process his request under the Access to Information Act. ‘information. The man filed an access request with Library and Archives Canada in January after learning that … Read more