A hearing continued Tuesday for Halifax Regional Police Const. Matthew MacGillivray, who is appealing a demotion from the rank of sergeant to constable. The police force’s complaints commission found MacGillivray used excessive force, was discourteous and acted discreditably when arresting a P.E.I. couple last year. The Halifax Regional Police is opposing MacGillivray getting his sergeant rank back.
A man accused of kidnapping a woman from southern Ontario, holding her captive for months in Winnipeg and exploiting her in the sex trade, is further proof Canada needs a human trafficking hotline, a national advocacy […]
A British family detained in the US after crossing the border from Canada expect to be released and sent back to the UK by Wednesday. David Connors, 30, and his wife Eilieen, 24, were arrested […]
Myanmar’s leader Aung San Suu Kyi will be removed from a display at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights over the humanitarian crisis facing her country’s Rohingya Muslims. The museum in Winnipeg has announced it […]