Day: July 12, 2022

Charter not violated in denying transplant to patient who refused COVID-19 vaccine, court rules

Clarification: A previous version of this story included more specific details concerning Annette Lewis’ medical condition. That information has since been removed due to a court-ordered publication ban. It’s not unconstitutional to refuse an organ transplant to a woman who refuses to get the COVID-19 vaccine, an Edmonton judge has ruled. Annette Lewis went to […]

Hamilton police say video of road rage is ‘hate incident’ but they can’t lay charges

Warning: This article contains offensive language. Police in Hamilton aren’t laying charges despite saying they consider a viral road rage video a hate-related incident.  Const. Indy Bharaj told CBC Hamilton that while what took place in the Ontario city was a “hate incident,” it wasn’t illegal. Police issued a news release on Tuesday about the 53-second video after CBC Hamilton […]

TTMA seeks to strenthen ties with THA

Tobago Keino Swamber 2 Hrs Ago TTMA president Tricia Coosal. – The Trinidad and Tobago Manufacturers’ Association (TTMA) is seeking to strengthen its relationship with the Tobago House of Assembly (THA). A media release on Monday, the TTMA said its president Tricia Coosal met virtually last week with Chief Secretary Farley Augustine. “At TTMA’s 2019 […]

Enough chargers for body cams

News Newsday Reporter 5 Hrs Ago File photo THE POLICE says the required infrastructure is in place to allow for the increased usage of body cameras, including “sufficient docking stations for charging the devices.” In a statement on Monday, the police said, having received 1,000 body cameras in March, 477 of them had since been […]

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