February 11, 2019 – Metis Man in Alberta Alleges “Tunnel Vision” Led to His Wrongful Conviction and Imprisonment

Kenneth Jackson of Aboriginal Peoples Television Network reports on Clayton Boucher’s wrongful conviction as a result of RCMP “tunnel vision”. A Metis man who was born and raised in Lac La Biche, Alberta has commenced an action in the Court of Queen’s Bench seeking damages for his wrongful conviction and imprisonment. He alleges that RCMP and prosecutors […]

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February 11, 2019 – PEI Whistleblowers Commence Action

Three former whistleblowers in the Prince Edward Island Provincial Nominee Program have commenced an action against various parties associated with the Program who allegedly disclosed their personal information in an effort to discredit or silence them. The subject matter of this action was recently covered in a W5 report on CTV. Also see Michael Tutton’s story on […]

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November 16, 2018 – Public Statement: Toronto resident files new civil rights lawsuit against the TTC and Toronto Police for racial discrimination, battery and false imprisonment

TORONTO, November 16, 2018 – Toronto resident Reece Maxwell-Crawford has filed a new civil rights lawsuit against the Toronto Transit Commission and the Toronto Police Service for racial discrimination, battery and false imprisonment regarding a February 18, 2018 attack in which a TTC fare inspector violently shoved Mr. Maxwell-Crawford to the ground as he was […]

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July 4, 2018 – Former Winnipeg ballet students allege intimate photos sold by photographer

The following article appeared on CTV News on July 4, 2018. Visit the original article here.  TORONTO — A judge has ruled that a class-action lawsuit can proceed against the Royal Winnipeg Ballet and a photographer who is alleged to have taken intimate photos of students. Lawyer Margaret Waddell says about 60 people have been […]

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