Child lure: no need for warrant to write to a suspect, says Supreme Court

The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled that undercover police officers do not need to obtain a court order before using e-mail or text messages to contact a person suspected of luring children. The decision released Thursday concerns Sean Patrick Mills, a Newfoundlander who was convicted of luring on the internet after a police officer […]

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The City of Montreal will be able to evaluate the two dogs “at risk”

The owner of two dogs considered “at risk” will have to evaluate their behavior, even if he considers that the incident occurred in the vestibule of a residential building in Anjou was not serious, and that he does not understand why the case ended up before a judge. “There was no bite!”, Defended Mohamed Taleb, […]

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Justin Trudeau to host Shinzo Abe in Ottawa April 27-28

Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will visit Canada on April 27-28. In a statement released on Friday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced that he will discuss with his counterpart the upcoming G20 Summit in Osaka and ways to strengthen the bilateral relationship between Japan and Canada. Prime Ministers Abe and Trudeau will also discuss the […]

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PLC lawyers: worthy of the sponsorship scandal, according to the opposition

(OTTAWA) Maneuvers at the Department of Justice to encourage the hiring of lawyers linked to the Liberal Party of Canada (PLC) are reminiscent of the ploys of the sponsorship scandal era, according to opposition parties in Ottawa. The joint investigation by The Siver Times and The Globe and Mail published yesterday made the MPs jump […]

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Access points in mental health: Carmant promises to improve aid

Health and Social Services Minister Lionel Carmant said he was “devastated” by “all the tragedies” revealed in La Presse’s investigation into the failures of the mental health access windows published last Saturday. “It’s unacceptable that children have to wait so long on waiting lists,” said Dr. Carmant in an interview with La Presse yesterday. Minister […]

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Mandatory overtime: Beneficiary attendants also affected

The problem of compulsory overtime, which was previously the lot of nurses, is increasingly affecting the number of staff at the helm, because of the shortage of staff. However, affected workers are generally not forced into 16-hour shifts, as some nurses do, but at two, four, six extra hours in addition to their normal shift, […]

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Montreal proclaims itself as a “city of excellence” for metal

Montreal has officially proclaimed itself as a “city of excellence” for metal music. City Council passed a motion recognizing the place of metal in the history of the city and the province. Councilor Craig Sauve, from the ruling Projet Montreal party, introduced the motion, which was endorsed by other metal lovers on council. According to […]

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The great paintings of Notre-Dame will be restored at the Louvre

The great paintings of Notre-Dame de Paris, damaged in particular by the fumes from the fire that struck the cathedral, should be transported from Friday to the Louvre for restoration, announced the Minister of Culture Franck Riester. “The great paintings of Notre-Dame de Paris did not suffer damage related to the fire, but rather the […]

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