Patrick Brazeau's alleged victim says the aboriginal senator hit her arms, put a hand around her neck, pushed her down the stairs, spat in her face and touched her in an aggressively sexual way, court documents obtained by QMI Agency show.
Brigitte Pellerin, Parliamentary Bureau
Brigitte Pellerin was born in Quebec City a few weeks after the October crisis. After a career path from flipping burgers to selling shoes to waiting tables to running retail stores, she received a 7th degree in music (piano) from Laval in 1985 and a law degree (ll.b) from the same institution in 1996. And then became a writer. Prior to her arrival at Sun Media and the Sun News Network, her articles and columns appeared in many Canadian newspapers as well as magazines such as Western Standard and Reader’s Digest, and webzines like Le Quebecois Libre, Mercatornet.com and C2C: Canada’s Journal of Ideas. Her books include Epitre aux tartempions: Petit pied de nez aux revolutionnaires de salon, Le National-syndicalisme and Down the Road Never Travelled.
Brigitte Pellerin Tweets
Liberal leadership contender Justin Trudeau paid a Boxing Day visit to hunger-striking Attawapiskat Chief Theresa Spence at her Victoria Island teepee on Boxing Day.
Failing to disclose HIV status to a sexual partner should not automatically be a crime, the Supreme Court ruled Friday.
An aboriginal Conservative senator wants the federal government to bring in private property rights on First Nations reserves.
The Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that a person who participates in the unlawful confinement of a kidnapping victim can also be found guilty of kidnapping, even if they weren't present when the victim was snatched.