The case of a man charged with murder in Quebec's 2012 election shooting was delayed yet again Thursday after his lawyer said he wants his client to undergo another psychiatric evaluation.
The man charged in Quebec's 2012 election-night shooting will go on trial in September.
Richard Henry Bain, the man charged with first-degree murder in Quebec's 2012 election shooting, has been given one last chance to find himself a lawyer ahead of his trial.
A judge denied bail Friday to the man charged in Quebec's 2012 election shooting, telling him political violence is unacceptable in a democracy such as Canada.
The man charged in Quebec's 2012 election shooting will defend himself at his upcoming murder trial after yet another lawyer withdrew from the case.
A bail hearing for the man charged in Quebec's 2012 election-night shooting has been cancelled.
A bail hearing will be held next month for the man charged in Quebec's 2012 election-night shooting.
The Parti Quebecois promised Tuesday to present a united front at the next general election once its leadership battle and internal discussions have been settled.
Philippe Couillard is promising Quebecers “the most transparent government they have ever had,” a day after his Liberal party turfed the Parti Quebecois from power.
Members of Quebec's business community breathed a collective sigh of relief Monday, hopeful that a majority Liberal government will herald an era of stability marked by new investments, jobs and real estate activity in the province.
With the votes tallied and the dust now settling, here's a look at the winners and losers in Quebec's provincial election.