‘Good luck with that’: PM says Saskatchewan premier shouldn’t pick fight with CRA

‘Good luck with that’: PM says Saskatchewan premier shouldn’t pick fight with CRA

Apr 24, 2024 | 11:30am
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the Canada Revenue Agency is “very, very good” at getting the money it’s owed, and Saskatchewan’s premier should take note of that. Scott Moe has pledged the province will not send Ottawa the money it collects from the federal carbon price on natural gas. That move breaks the law, and […]
Gender and Pronoun Law being challenged in court

Gender and Pronoun Law being challenged in court

Jan 10, 2024 | 8:41am
A judge will be hearing a legal challenge over a law that requires parental consent when children under 16 want to change their names or pronouns at school. The law was put in place and is protected by the “not withstanding” clause of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Lawyers for UR Pride, an LGBTQ organization […]

Trump pleads not guilty to 34 felony charges

Apr 4, 2023 | 1:32pm

NEW YORK (AP) — Former President Donald Trump pleaded not guilty Tuesday to 34 felony counts of falsifying business records, according to two law enforcement officials familiar with the matter. The plea came during a brief arraignment in a lower Manhattan courtroom as Trump faced a grand jury indictment arising from a hush money payment to a […]

Donald Trump set to be arraigned in historic court moment

Apr 4, 2023 | 8:25am

NEW YORK (AP) — An extraordinary moment in U.S. history will unfold in a Manhattan courthouse on Tuesday: Former President Donald Trump, who faces multiple election-related investigations, will surrender and be arraigned on criminal charges stemming from 2016 hush money payments. The booking and appearance before Judge Juan Merchan should be relatively brief — though hardly routine — as Trump is fingerprinted, […]

Some hockey fans say excitement for world juniors comes with tough conversations

Dec 25, 2022 | 6:53pm

Some Nova Scotia hockey fans say their excitement for the world junior hockey championship is accompanied this year by tough conversations about Hockey Canada‘s handling of sexual assault allegations. Halifax hockey dad Kyle Wagner says the scandals within Hockey Canada have sparked discussions in the dressing room of his eight-year-old son’s team ahead of this year’s world junior tournament […]

Trudeau appoints Michelle O’Bonsawin, first Indigenous justice on Supreme Court

Aug 19, 2022 | 9:54am

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has appointed Ontario judge Michelle O’Bonsawin to the Supreme Court of Canada, making her the first Indigenous person to sit on the country’s highest bench. O’Bonsawin comes to the court after spending five years as a judge at the Ontario Superior Court of Justice in Ottawa. She has also taught law […]

Second complaint filed against Saskatchewan judge after sexual assault trial

Jun 20, 2022 | 12:49pm

A second complaint has been lodged against a Saskatchewan judge who recently heard a sexual assault trial for a former Regina doctor. The complaint was filed Friday with the Canadian Judicial Council by a woman who accused Sylvester Ukabam of touching her inappropriately during a doctor’s visit. The woman cannot be named due to a […]

Application for injunction against proof-of-vaccination denied

Sep 30, 2021 | 4:44pm

A Court of Queen’s Bench justice has said no to an application for an injunction against the proof of vaccination policy that takes effect in Saskatchewan Friday morning at 12:01 a.m. In a written decision, Justice Mona Dovell described the application, brought forward by Mark Friesen who ran as a Peoples Party of Canada candidate […]

Saskatchewan court dismisses La Loche school shooter’s appeal of sentence

Oct 31, 2019 | 3:35pm

Saskatchewan’s highest court has dismissed a sentencing appeal by a young man who fatally shot four people and wounded seven others in a northern community. The shooter was weeks shy of turning 18 when he killed two brothers at their home and then a teacher and a teacher’s aide at the La Loche high school […]