https://newsinteractives.cbc.ca/longform/canadian-dead-philippines-church-iglesia-ni-cristo Luzie and Barry Gammon and their son, JJ, at their home in the Philippines. (Luzie Gammon) Barry Gammon died on that June 24 evening in the Philippines. Luzie and JJ survived. Five weeks after the fatal shooting, they left the Philippines for Canada.
Category: Crime by ethnicity
A schizophrenic woman who stabbed an innocent stranger to death in the city’s underground PATH network was found not criminally responsible for first-degree murder, a judge ruled on Tuesday. Judge finds PATH stabber not criminally responsible Crown and defence lawyers agreed Rohinie Bisesar walked into Shoppers Drug Mart, stabbed Rosemarie Junor with a small knife […]
Update: Man shot at Little Italy restaurant is Montreal's 25th homicide Two sources familiar with the case confirmed the victim was Philipos Kollaros, 38, who had just finished serving a drug-related sentence. Jahanbakhsh Meshkati, an Alberta man who was listed as an non-indicted co-conspirator in one of the Project Harrington cases filed against Kollaros, was […]
Pointe-Claire man to plead guilty to 2015 Port of Montreal silver heist On Oct. 24, Norberto Cordeiro, 52, a man who resides in an apartment building on Lakeshore Dr. overlooking Valois Bay in Pointe-Claire, announced his intention (through a lawyer representing him that day at the Montreal courthouse) to plead guilty to a charge or […]
https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/somali-asylum-seeker-deported-serious-criminality-1.4498483 A Somali asylum seeker charged with assaulting a Canadian border guard last April has been deported — but it wasn’t those charges that had him removed. Ahmed Aden Ali was deemed inadmissible to Canada because he had been earlier convicted of grand theft auto in the U.S. It’s considered “serious criminality” under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act, […]
https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/b-c-human-rights-tribunal-finds-resort-owner-schemed-to-replace-caucasian-workers-1.4885932 The B.C. Human Rights Tribunal has awarded over $173,000 in total to seven former employees of the Spruce Hill Resort and Spa in the B.C. Cariboo who claimed owner Kin Wa Chan discriminated against them because they’re Caucasian. In a 73-page decision, tribunal chair Diana Juricevic found “that over a period of months, Mr. Chan […]
https://www.vancourier.com/surrey-b-c-woman-faces-three-counts-linked-to-crash-that-killed-teenager-1.23477778 Police say Rituraj Kaur Grewal, who was 22 at the time of the May 2017 collisions, faces charges of criminal negligence causing death, criminal negligence causing bodily harm and leaving the scene of a crash.
Regina doctor accused of sexual touching agrees to give up licence Dr. Sylvester Ukabam has reached an agreement with Saskatchewan’s College of Physicians and Surgeons. He will resign from his practice as of Dec. 9, 2018. (LinkedIn) The latest allegation accused Ukabam, a gastroenterologist, of inappropriately touching a female patient’s genitalia and vagina without consent or […]
https://www.toronto.com/news-story/8874200-etobicoke-s-most-wanted-2002-to-2018/ Suleiman Abdi Ahmed is wanted for second-degree murder in the Sept. 2, 2002 stabbing death of 20-year-old Mahad Tahlil. – Toronto Police Service/photo Yanga Barri Wanji is wanted for second-degree murder in the death of his estranged wife Frania Cardenas. – Toronto Police Service/photo Ubaid Said is wanted on a Canada-wide warrant for […]
https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/quebec-immigrant-investor-consultants-hidden-camera-1.4832245 An immigration consultant in Hong Kong said on hidden camera that ‘it’s normal’ to disregard the residency requirements and not declare all assets when applying to the Quebec Immigrant Investor Program. (Radio-Canada)