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B.C. Crown says polygamous leader took 15-year-old girl across border for sex

B.C. Crown says polygamous leader took 15-year-old girl across border for sexA special prosecutor has urged British Columbia's Court of Appeal to overturn the acquittal of a polygamous leader who was accused of taking a 15-year-old girl across the border for a sexual purpose. In February 2017, a B.C. Supreme Court judge concluded the Crown failed to prove James Oler arranged the transfer of the girl from Canada to the United States to marry another member of his fundamentalist sect. A prosecutor told an appeal hearing on Thursday that Warren Jeffs, prophet and president of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in the U.S., called Oler in 2004 when he was the presiding elder and bishop of the community in Bountiful, B.C.


Province, city to pay for consultations on pedestrian bridge over new Turcot Interchange

Province, city to pay for consultations on pedestrian bridge over new Turcot InterchangeQuebec and Montreal have agreed to split the cost of public consultations on a proposal to build a green walkway over the Turcot Interchange. Luc Ferrandez, the Montreal executive committee member responsible for large parks, said the whole area surrounding the project will change. "St-Jacques will change.


Solar companies may exit Ontario for Alberta after Doug Ford kills rebate program

Solar companies may exit Ontario for Alberta after Doug Ford kills rebate programIncoming Ontario premier Doug Ford is eliminating that province's GreenON program, which provided incentives like rebates for solar panels to those looking to make their homes more energy efficient. "I think Alberta's going to be the next focus point," said Knaggs, whose company sells solar equipment.


Time to 'get away from the prejudice,' says Walpole Island Chief on National Indigenous Peoples Day

Time to 'get away from the prejudice,' says Walpole Island Chief on National Indigenous Peoples DayThe Chief of Walpole Island-Bkejwanong Territory said National Indigenous Peoples Day is an opportunity to remove prejudices and be proud of what First Nations people have accomplished. 


Alberta man who killed 3 near Edson sentenced to life without parole for 30 years

Alberta man who killed 3 near Edson sentenced to life without parole for 30 yearsMickell Bailey, convicted of murder in the 2015 shotgun deaths of Roxanne Berube, Daniel Miller and Jazmine Lyon at a rural home near Edson, Alta., will serve life in prison with no chance of parole for 30 years. Court of Queen's Bench Justice Sterling Sanderman sentenced Bailey, 21, on Thursday.


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