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OPP officer acquitted on breach of trust charges

Katrina Clarke | Dec. 11, 2014 | Toronto Star MILTON—An OPP officer alleged by the Crown to have fabricated evidence to receive kickbacks from towtruck companies has been found not guilty of breach of trust. Superior Court Justice Dale Fitzpatrick, on … Continue reading

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Jaw-dropping photos show man walking across slackline 50 storeys up

Katrina Clarke | Dec. 3, 2014 | Toronto Star The photos are jaw-dropping. They show a man teetering on a thin rope, 50 storeys up, between two highrises. But shortly after surfacing online on social media websites, they have abruptly disappeared. … Continue reading

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Slain nurse moved family to women’s shelter, says its boss

Olivia Carville and Katrina Clarke | Dec. 2, 2014 | Toronto Star A slain Toronto nurse fled a violent relationship to stay with her two young sons in a safe house while she tried to gain custody of her children last … Continue reading

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‘I felt nothing for them’: Canadian faces the men accused of killing his brother on 9/11

Katrina Clarke | August 27, 2013 | National Post When Canadian Stephan Gerhardt walked into a Guantanamo Bay courtroom to face five men accused of killing his brother and thousands of others in the Sept. 11 terror attacks, he didn’t … Continue reading

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After heart stopping tornado, 300 now homeless residents of Angus, Ontario pause to collect themselves

Katrina Clarke | June 18, 2014 | National Post When Candice Fife saw red, swirling clouds through the kitchen window of her Angus home, she immediately herded her two young children and father into the basement. Just as she closed … Continue reading

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Florida sex-offender who had relations with 16-year-old granted refugee status in Canada

Katrina Clarke | May 15, 2014 | National Post A Florida sex offender who had sex with a 16-year-old boy and fled to Saskatchewan, where she claimed asylum, has been granted refugee status in Canada. Denise Harvey, 47, was convicted in 2008 … Continue reading

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Inside Independence, USA, Glenn Beck’s proposed self-sustaining city and theme-park hybrid

Katrina Clarke | January 22, 2013 | National Post There has been a Utopia, Ohio, and there still exists a Utopia, Texas. In a country with a long history of creating idealistic communities, America may soon see another added into … Continue reading

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