Ontario Superior Court Justice Edward Belobaba found Canada had breached its "duty of care'' to the children.
The battle pits media freedoms against the ability of police to investigate terrorism offences.
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Sweeping the data of everyone connected to a cellphone tower amounts to an "unreasonable search," court says.
TORONTO - An Ontario judge was urged Monday to consider whether the historical reasoning for a law which strips some expatriates of their voting rights makes sense in today's world.The request came fr...
Federal New Democrat MP and justice critic Françoise Boivin is warning of growing tensions between the federal government and the courts, following a series of rulings that saw fit to deem the governm...
TORONTO - Sending a first-time offender to prison for three years for possessing a loaded gun is "cruel and unusual punishment," an Ontario judge ruled Monday in striking down the mandatory minimum se...
TORONTO - One of the biggest trials in Canadian corporate history got under way Monday, with the Crown prosecutor beginning to lay out his case against three former Nortel Networks executives accused...