Seconds after a horrific collision which decapitated his friend, an Orillia man was hysterical and called his mother, a court heard Monday.
Tracy McLaughlin, Special to Postmedia Network
Red-faced and weeping in the prisoner’s box, a former teaching assistant convicted of breaking his severely autistic student’s leg admitted he tried to pay a witness to lie for him on the witness stand.
Bitter tears flowed in court Tuesday when a mother and father learned that the man who stabbed their 16-year-old son to death on Father’s Day in 2007 will now become eligible for parole at an earlier date.
Sitting by his dying wife’s hospital bed, husband Mike Leblanc was told he would have to sit and watch his wife’s heart “explode” if he didn’t let nurse Joanna Flynn shut off the ailing woman’s life support, a jury heard Thursday.
Dressed in a suit and pink tie as he stood at the front of the court on one of his fast fleeting days of freedom before prison, former Doctor Darryl Gebien apologized for his drug crimes in a lengthy speech to the judge Friday.
An Alliston man who claimed he was “sleep driving” when he struck and killed a man while in a drunken stupor has a “credibility problem,” a judge said Tuesday.
The terror of what could have happened still haunts the parents of one of sex pervert Shayne Lund’s young victims.
A London man charged with second-degree murder after a confrontation in an over-crowded parking lot on the long weekend made a brief appearance in court Wednesday.
Originally sentenced to nine years in prison, a medical secretary who forged fentanyl prescriptions for sale across Ontario was back on the streets after only 11 months.
He may be “foolish,” he may be “stupid,” but the 15-year-old teen who caused the death of Const. Garrett Styles is not criminally responsible, his defence lawyer said Tuesday.
An Orillia grandmother who suffered “catastrophic” injuries in an altercation with a police officer has launched a $4-million lawsuit against the cop and the OPP, saying she’s “fed up” with waiting for justice.
The province’s police watchdog has announced it will reopen the investigation of an OPP officer who a judge said caused “catastrophic injuries” to an Orillia woman who was only trying to help.
Ontario Liberals illegally tried to lure Sudbury byelection candidate Andrew Olivier into dropping out of a nomination race with an offer of a job or appointment, an OPP document says.
The lawyer representing a woman who a judge found was karate-kicked and beaten by an OPP officer is crying out to the province’s police watchdog to launch a criminal investigation.
LeeAnne McRobb pleaded guilty to impaired driving -- an offence she committed while behind the wheel of Mayor Rob Ford’s black Cadillac Escalade.
A 77-year-old Barrie man who was “obsessed” with the idea of a nuclear world war was sentenced to prison Thursday for keeping an arsenal of bombs, booby traps and explosives used for chemical warfare stashed throughout his home and a backyard bunker.
Hearts were “shredded to pieces” and a family was “sliced apart like a razor” when 23-year-old vibrant, beautiful Ashley Fogal was killed by an impaired driver who had just got out of rehab, a packed courtroom filled with sobbing friends and family heard Thursday.
The mother of a five-year-old girl says she is horrified after learning the babysitter she trusted with her child is now facing, along with her boyfriend, some 130 charges of sex-related offences against young children.
You can almost hear angels sing as you climb any summit on trails near the resort town of Fernie in the Kootenay Mountains.
There is absolutely one thing you will do first if you ever visit Emerald Lake -- gawk.