Meghan Grant

CBC Calgary crime reporter

Meghan Grant is the courts and crime reporter for CBC Calgary. If you have a good story idea or tip, you can reach her at meghan.grant@cbc.ca or on Twitter at @CBCMeg.

Latest from Meghan Grant

Chance encounter of rivals at Calgary 7-Eleven led to fatal stabbing, judge hears in manslaughter plea

A chance encounter by two rivals in a 7-Eleven parking lot led to the fatal stabbing of a 27-year-old man, a Calgary judge heard Tuesday.

Crown credits 'brilliant police work' after man's 2nd murder conviction in deaths of girlfriend and toddler

The man who confessed to killing a Calgary mother has now also been convicted of murdering the woman's toddler, a child he'd previously told the court he loved.

Assaulted 'almost every day,' says former student as 20 more detail teacher Michael Gregory's alleged abuse

New details on the scope of Michael Gregory's abuses as a teacher are outlined in court documents filed this week at the Calgary courthouse as part of a proposed class action lawsuit. 

RCMP officer tried to initiate 'sexual relationship' with 16-year-old girl: misconduct decision

An Alberta RCMP officer tried to facilitate a sexual relationship through inappropriate text messages with a 16-year-old girl, according to a decision posted following a conduct hearing.

Medicine Hat doctor facing new child sex assault charges reopens clinic

An Alberta family doctor facing charges of child sexual assault in Ontario has reopened his practice in Medicine Hat.

'It's a lonely world for me,' says wife of Calgary man killed by drug addicted robbers

Within two hours of meeting Trista Tinkler in the parking lot of a Calgary pub, Kasif Hirani was stabbed 25 times and left for dead in a ditch near Springbank, a judge heard Friday.

Calgary real estate mogul Riaz Mamdani charged with domestic assault

A well-known Calgary real estate mogul and once-victim of a near fatal shooting has been charged with domestic assault.

Calgary mother freed from ISIS detention camp now under investigation for terrorism, war crimes: court docs

A Canadian woman who was held for two years at an ISIS detention camp in Syria is now under investigation for terrorism offences and war crimes, according to court documents recently filed at the Calgary courthouse.

Former Calgary Stampeder Jerome Messam pleads guilty to voyeurism for recording sex video without consent

Former Calgary Stampeder Jerome Messam has pleaded guilty to a charge of voyeurism for videotaping a sexual encounter without the consent of the woman.

Kevin J. Johnston arrested in U.S. after failing to show up for jail sentences in Ontario and Alberta

Kevin J. Johnston has been arrested after he failed to show up to court to begin serving jail time for continuing "unrelenting hate speech" against restaurateur Mohamad Fakih despite an injunction to stop doing so. 

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