An 84-year-old retired librarian says she's willing to violate a court injunction and go to jail as she and other anti-pipeline protesters take a stand against fossil fuels by interfering with survey work in Burnaby, B.C.
Construction of the Prince Rupert ferry terminal on British Columbia's West Coast has become tangled in Buy America provisions, meaning the facility that sits on Canadian Crown land must be built with U.S. iron and steel.
Phillip Boudreau rammed his boat into a fishing crew's vessel and threatened to damage their lobster traps the day before he disappeared in the waters off Cape Breton last year, a murder trial heard from the accused Tuesday.
The Canadian Forces says it will not challenge a court ruling that overturned the conviction of soldier Darryl Watts in a fatal training accident in Afghanistan. However, no decision has been made yet on whether to go ahead with a new trial.
The Manitoba Court of Appeal will review the murder conviction of a man who spent 23 years in prison insisting he was innocent. Federal Justice Minister Peter MacKay has referred the case of Frank Ostrowski to the Appeal Court for a conviction review.