A black resident of Brossard is filing a complaint for racial discrimination with the Canadian Human Rights Commission after he says he was mistakenly accused of theft by the National Bank and publicly humiliated.
A Valleyfield lawyer whose teenaged client was facing child porn charges says that should never have happened and he wants to challenge the constitutionality of the law that lumps in alleged sex offenders with minors who are sexting, CJAD 800 has learned.
Witnesses at the trial of SQ officer Patrick Ouellet testified that the police officers involved in the surveillance operation the day five-year-old Nicholas Thorne-Belance was killed in an accident were zig-zagging and driving well above the speed limit in a mostly residential area.
The first day of the trial of the SQ officer charged with dangerous driving causing the death of a 5-year-old boy in St. Hubert four years ago has heard some emotional statements from the boy's father.
A judge has handed down a sentence of 12 months in jail and three years probation to a 49-year-old NDG woman who had no licence while driving drunk on the streets of LaSalle in 2014, hitting a 13-year-old girl and finally ending her wild ride by crashing into a tree.
While the Ste. Catherine St. revamp has been put on hold, some merchants and residents in the area near Bleury and the Bay are wondering why the street was left pockmarked with cracks and potholes in the meantime.
The Quebec Human Rights Commission has ruled that a 62-year-old black disabled Pointe-St-Charles man was the victim of a racially-motivated beating in 2013 and should be awarded $30,000 but it won't help him fight to get the compensation from his attacker, saying the case does not raise "a question of public interest."
The Montreal woman who alleges F1 racer Kimi Räikkönen groped her at a Grand Prix party in 2015 spoke out yesterday after the Ferrari driver filed a complaint with Montreal police alleging extortion and harassment.
The only public addiction resource centre in the province that provides services to Anglophones will find itself without a doctor by the end of the summer - a doctor that the South Shore centre needs to provide prescriptions and treatment for those dealing with substance abuse and other addictions.