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‘No justice, No peace’: Protesters march in Louisville Saturday over Breonna...

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A diverse crowd of hundreds marched in Louisville’s streets chanting “Black Lives Matter” on Saturday night, the fourth night of protests...

Alberta Justice Minister Kaycee Madu calls push to defund police ‘ridiculous’

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Newly minted Alberta Justice Minister Kaycee Madu is making his opposition to defunding law enforcement known, as Black Lives Matter demonstrations continue around the...

Breonna Taylor: Protesters on hunger strike demand justice for Black woman’s...

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Four protesters in Kentucky are on a hunger strike, demanding that two police officers involved in the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor are fired and...

37 Canadian senators sign letter for public inquiry into N.S. shooting

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On the three-month anniversary of the Nova Scotia shooting rampage, the worst massacre in Canada’s history, there is still no word about a public...

‘Blue solidarity’ represses social justice movements, contributes to anti-Black racism, paper...

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Amid ongoing protests about the use of excessive and deadly force by police against Black and Indigenous peoples, questions have been raised about the...

Trio of Canadian Senators call on justice ministers to launch inquiry...

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A trio of Canadian Senators are calling on the provincial and federal governments to work together and launch a joint inquiry into one of...

Judge delays approving U.S. Justice Dept. request to drop Michael Flynn...

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A federal judge made clear Tuesday that he would not immediately rule on the Justice Department’s decision to dismiss its criminal case against former...

Toronto judge slams Canadian Tire after employee tells court he won’t...

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A Toronto judge has written a scathing letter to Canadian Tire demanding to know why an employee was told he wouldn’t be paid...

Ontario’s attorney general backtracks on proposed changes to appointing judges

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Ontario’s attorney general is looking to amend the way provincial court judges are appointed — changes that walk back some of the government’s...

Drunk driver Marco Muzzo, who killed a grandfather and 3 children,...

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Killer drunk driver Marco Muzzo is set to have a parole hearing on April 28, the Parole Board of Canada says. Muzzo is...
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