Day: April 12, 2022

Lawyer free to practise after inappropriate conduct with jailed client, tribunal rules

A Toronto criminal defence lawyer who admitted to professional misconduct for engaging in inappropriate behaviour with a client in custody on a terrorism charge is back in full unrestricted practice. A Law Society of Ontario tribunal decision issued in February imposed a retroactive two-month suspension on Rishma Gupta, but ruled she doesn’t require further punishment […]

Don’t be fooled by ebb and flow: Here’s how ‘historic’ blizzard will roll out in Manitoba

As people in southern Manitoba brace for spring to be thrown topsy-turvy into full-blown winter again, here’s what to expect over the next three to four days. A massive storm centred around a Colorado Low moving through North Dakota and Minnesota is stretching its limbs into the lower Prairies and expected to bring as much as 80 […]

Bird feeders are OK but keep wild birds from backyard chickens as avian flu spreads in Ontario: experts

As avian influenza spreads across Ontario, officials are urging people with backyard chickens to pay attention to potential signs of infection in their flocks. They’re also warning people not to feed wild birds by hand and to ensure bird feeders are kept clean to curb potential spread of the flu. Shayan Sharif, a professor at the Ontario Veterinary […]

Investigations into alleged beating of Grenadian sailors by coastguardsmen ongoing

News Shane Superville 5 Hrs Ago File photo. Police say once sufficient evidence is available, criminal charges will be sought against Coast Guard sailors for their role in the alleged beating of Grenadian sailors, but insisted investigations are continuing. On March 2, sailors aboard the Grenadian vessel the Rayniah J were intercepted and allegedly beaten […]

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