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An Ontario judge has given the go-ahead to a class-action lawsuit seeking $120 million in damages for businesses, workers and shoppers impacted by a deadly mall collapse in Elliot Lake, Ont.
Ontario Provincial Police have charged a discredited engineer in connection with the fatal roof collapse of the Algo Centre Mall in the northern community of Elliot Lake.
Former Ontario premier Dalton McGuinty says he was shocked the rescue effort at the collapsed mall in Elliot Lake, Ont., was called off even though someone might have been alive in the rubble.
The head of the disaster team responding to last year's deadly mall collapse admitted Wednesday to calling off the search for survivors without looking for options for proceeding.
The specialized disaster team that deployed to the site of last year's deadly mall collapse in northern Ontario came under withering criticism Tuesday over its role in the rescue operation.
The fiance of a woman killed in the collapse of the Algo Centre Mall testified Thursday he will never understand why rescuers refused community help in searching the rubble for any survivors.
Still haunted relatives of the two women killed in the collapse of a northern Ontario mall lashed out Wednesday at the rescue effort they said failed to save at least one of them.
A former manager of the ill-fated Algo Centre Mall accused its owner of being an unethical, slave-driving employer and sleazy landlord, a public inquiry heard Friday.
The owner of the crumbling Algo Centre Mall admitted Thursday he actually had the cash to fix the leaking roof but chose not to because it would have meant pouring money down the drain.
One of a dizzying series of attempted fixes of the perennially leaking Algo Centre Mall proved a costly fiasco that only made matters worse, the inquiry into the mall's collapse heard Wednesday.
The last owner of the doomed Algo Centre Mall said Tuesday he had no idea the building was in such poor condition when he purchased the "white elephant" in 2005.