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- 02/14/15--09:43: Halifax plot: So what is ‘terrorism,’ anyway?
- 04/28/15--12:12: Dangerous drivers in Manitoba could be off the road sooner
- 05/05/15--15:54: New insurance for caregivers in Manitoba
- 05/07/15--14:15: New rules on the way for lawyers in Manitoba
- 05/29/15--05:46: Peter MacKay leaving federal politics
- 06/22/15--05:51: External review of Nova Scotia Mental Health Court to be released
- 06/22/15--17:18: Sask. privacy laws outdated and difficult to navigate: commissioner
- 04/25/16--17:08: Justice minister defends officials on assisted death
- 08/30/16--10:40: Manitoba all in for national missing and murdered inquiry
- 05/24/17--16:12: Jody Wilson-Raybould’s dad calls MMIW inquiry a ‘bloody farce’
Justice Minister Peter Mackay said the Halifax terror plot isn't terrorism because it wasn't "culturally motivated." What does that mean?
Drivers considered dangerous could be taken off the roads sooner in proposed changes to the Highway Traffic Act.
The Manitoba government is offering a new insurance benefit for people who lose a stay-at-home caregiver in a motor vehicle crash.
The Manitoba government is proposing new rules that it says would make the legal profession more accountable.
Federal Justice Minister Peter MacKay has confirmed he won't run for re-election this fall, ending a nearly 20-year run as a member of Parliament.
An external review will be released Monday on the effectiveness of Nova Scotia's mental health court.
Saskatchewan's new Information and Privacy Commissioner is recommending sweeping changes to what he calls outdated legislation.
The NS government is getting tougher on parents who don't make their child support payments.
A federal judge’s possible removal from the bench less than a year after his appointment has raised troubling questions about whether judicial candidates are properly vetted before given jobs to some of Canada’s highest courts.
In a move that some say could raise conflict of interest issues, Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould will appear at a private reception at the office of a prominent law firm to raise money for the Liberals.
Jody Wilson-Raybould says she has the "utmost confidence" in the advice her officials have given on medically assisted dying, even though the same officials spent years insisting suffering Canadians should have no right to seek a doctor's help to die.
Medical regulators in every province have issued detailed guidelines doctors must follow to help suffering patients end their lives once Canada's ban on medically assisted dying is formally lifted next month.
The Alberta Serious Incident Response Team (ASIRT) is coming under fire from a group representing Calgary police officers over how it investigated a police shooting that killed a Calgary man 17 months ago.
The Manitoba government is affirming its participation in a national inquiry into missing and murdered indigenous women and girls.
The inquiry into missing and murdered aboriginal women and the way forward on legalizing marijuana are on the agenda for justice and public ministers meeting with their federal counterparts in Halifax.
Canada's justice minister says she's poised to appoint a number of new judges to the bench following criticism from Alberta, where a first-degree murder charge was stayed because of an unreasonable delay in getting an accused to trial.
Alberta's justice minister is travelling to Colorado this week to research the legalization of cannabis first-hand.
A man whose parents vanished in 2010 took the federal government to task Wednesday for failing to strip the Criminal Code of unconstitutional "zombie laws" like the one that turned Travis Vader's conviction from murder to manslaughter.
Saskatchewan's justice minister says he knows there's frustration about rural crime, but Gord Wyant says people shouldn't take the law into their own hands.
"You have failed miserably," Bill Wilson railed against the commissioners of the inquiry into missing and murdered indigenous women in a lengthy Facebook diatribe posted on the weekend.