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'I am writing for Jesse Armitage': Judge hailed for plain, poetic language in sentencing report
Friday, 03.06.2015, 04:00pm
An Ontario judge's written decision in a young aboriginal man’s court case is being hailed as a unique, inspiring and empathetic legal ruling.
Mother fights N.W.T. gov't to use traditional Chipewyan baby name
Friday, 03.06.2015, 02:43pm
Shene Catholique Valpy has spent over a year fighting for the traditional spelling of her daughter Sahaiʔa's name, but the N.W.T. government says all legal names must be written in the letters of the Roman alphabet.
Why border agents have power to demand your smartphone password
Friday, 03.06.2015, 02:00pm
The case of Alain Philippon, a Quebec man who was charged for refusing to give up his smartphone password at the Halifax airport, illustrates the differences in search-and-seizure powers of border agents and police, but may also signal a need to update laws governing officials at the border.
Dal prof pans Dalhousie dentistry men's apology
Friday, 03.06.2015, 01:30pm
One of the professors at Dalhousie University who wanted an investigation into misogynistic comments on Facebook by some fourth-year dental students says the men’s apology falls flat.
In case of zombies: run for the Rockies
Friday, 03.06.2015, 01:30pm
A new study done at Cornell University suggests the Canadian Rockies as an ideal spot to wait out a zombie apocalypse.
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The 44 Special Action Force (SAF) commandos killed in the Maguindanao clash with Moro rebels last Sunday will receive the Bravery Medal or the Medalya ng Katapangan, one of the highest recognition given by the Philippine National Police.



 
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