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Former player details alleged sexual assault by junior hockey coach Bernie Lynch
More than 30 years after the night he says changed his life, a former junior hockey player went to police in Saskatchewan to allege he was sexually assaulted by a coach. He shares his story with CBC News.
Junior hockey coach in custody, charged with sexual assault
A veteran junior hockey coach has been charged with sexual assault and assault in Saskatchewan, CBC News has learned, following a complaint from a former player.
Federal pledge to publicly disclose who owns some private companies catches provinces off-guard
Ottawa says it's taking aim at financial crime with its pledge in last week's budget to create a publicly accessible database of the true owners of private companies. But experts say the change will be toothless without the support of the provinces and territories.
Fired junior hockey coach now subject of 2 police investigations
Bernie Lynch, a veteran junior hockey coach who was fired by the Fort Frances Lakers in March for sending inappropriate texts and emails to a player, is now the subject of two police investigations as forces in Regina and Edson, Alta., probe allegations of physical and sexual assault.
Parents begged for investigation of controversial junior hockey coach during stint in Alberta town
On Jan. 29, 2020, a group of hockey parents and billet families with the Edson, Alta., Junior A Aeros spent a long evening debating the wording of the letter they were writing, and worrying about the fallout. But they were in agreement — something had to be done about the team's coach, Bernie Lynch.
Junior hockey coach's suspension for 'inappropriate' texts, emails to player not made public by team or league
In January, Bernie Lynch was suspended without pay from his job as head coach of the Fort Frances Lakers, a Junior 'A' club in northwestern Ontario, and ordered to have no further contact with the players. But more than two months later, neither the team nor the league has publicly disclosed this.
Charges stayed in one of Ontario's largest Mob busts after alleged illegal conduct by investigators
One of the largest police investigations into organized crime in Ontario's history has fallen apart after police allegedly illegally intercepted phone calls as part of a multimillion-dollar probe into suspected Mob activity in the Greater Toronto Area, CBC News has learned.