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'It's intimidation': Judge faces threats after Freedom Convoy hearings
One of the judges who presided over court hearings of Freedom Convoy organizers is speaking out after receiving threats considered serious enough to require police intervention, according to information obtained by Radio-Canada and CBC.
CBSA backtracks on commitment to track all children separated from a parent
The Canada Border Services Agency is backtracking on its commitment to keep track of all children who are separated from at least one parent who is being detained for immigration purposes.
Code of conduct complaint filed against convoy lawyer
A lawyer who was part of the legal team that represented some of the Freedom Convoy organizers is the subject of a complaint to the Law Society of Alberta.
RCMP still withholding report on hazards at former training facility in Kemptville, Ont.
A former RCMP employee says he's disappointed the police force continues to withhold a report it commissioned on the hazards associated with a secretive former training facility in Kemptville, Ont., almost five months after Radio-Canada filed an access to information request to obtain a copy.
Long-awaited coroner's inquest into Olivier Bruneau's death coming in July
The coroner's inquest into the death of Olivier Bruneau, who was crushed by a chunk of falling ice in an Ottawa construction site almost six years ago, has been scheduled for this summer.
RCMP has report on contaminated training facility, but won't release it
An external firm hired by the RCMP has produced a report on the hazards associated with a former training facility in Kemptville, Ont., but the police force is refusing to make the report public.
Coroner's inquest begins 25 years after eastern Ontario workplace death
An inquest into the death of Jesus Revilla Sanchez begins Monday, 25 years after he fell 13 metres inside a silo under construction in Perth, Ont.
Stephen Harper involved in company looking to arrange sale of surveillance tech to UAE
Former prime minister Stephen Harper heads the advisory board of a Toronto-based company now looking to facilitate the sale of cutting-edge surveillance technology to the United Arab Emirates — a country with a troubling human rights record.
Former Canadian ambassador to Israel worked for Black Cube, an Israeli intelligence firm
Vivian Bercovici, Canada’s former ambassador to Israel, worked for the Israeli intelligence firm Black Cube after her diplomatic tenure ended, Radio-Canada has learned.
Government officials question ex-ambassador to Israel's office space, private meetings
New reports are emerging about the former Canadian ambassador to Israel's tenure, months after Radio-Canada/CBC revealed that a lawsuit launched by ex-ambassador Vivian Bercovici against the federal government had been settled.